And yes, St. Louis superfan Jon Hamm was there as well, scarf and all.
"What if I told you the Blues called and they want you at the game", she asked.
The 11-year-old from St. Louis has been fighting a rare, life-threatening immune disease.
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"She's a warrior", Parayko said.
In January, she underwent chemotherapy and a bone marrow transplant. You know what? We went blues.
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"I go visit her at the hospital, and she's so happy".
It also wasn't much of a surprise that she was clearly a crowd favorite.
Laila first became famous in the Blues universe when her family started looking for a bone marrow donor for her in 2018. He had an interesting new slogan for fans of the hockey team. There is nothing more they have to do.
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Laila's travel was limited during the season because of her battle with hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis but was cleared to attend Game 4 of the Western Conference Finals and returned to the Enterprise Center to watch the Blues in Games 4 and 6, according to ESPN. That meant a few of the players that hoisted the cup on Wednesday night spent part of their road to the National Hockey League with the team. And now it's her turn for a little good luck.