The 14 Best St. Louis Blues Championship T-shirts, Hats, Jerseys and 2019 Stanley Cup Gear

Celebrate the St Louis Blues‘ first Stanley Cup title after they finished an amazing comeback against the Boston Bruins in game 7 of the NHL Stanley Cup Finals.

The series went back and forth as the Bruins took a 3-2 lead after five games. Needless to the say, the Blues won the next two games and their 4-1 win against the Bruins in Boston last night capped the best season the Blues has had in Franchise history. In all, the Blues have been an NHL franchise for 52 years and never won the championship.

A Complete Turnaround: From #31 to #1

These last four months of the 2019-20 NHL season were a roller coaster of emotions as the Blues finished the regular season strong, entered the NHL Playoffs as the #3 seed in their side of the bracket. Prior to taking the series against the Boston Bruins 4-3, they ousted Winnipeg 4-2, Dallas 4-3 and then the San Jose Sharks 4-3.

Keep in mind that in January, the Blues were ranked last in the NHL, #31 out of 31 teams, and now they’re planning a Stanley Cup parade for this Saturday that will begin at 18th Street and Market in downtown St. Louis.

Official St. Louis Blues 2019 NHL Championship Gear

Whether one was a St. Louis fan for 50 years or not, if you’re in St. Louis today, tomorrow and for the next several months, you’ll be celebrating and recalling where you were when the team won its first Stanley Cup Title.

Sp get prepped, booted and suited with St. Louis Blues Championship merch before the team parades the trophy through in downtown St. Louis this weekend. Here’s some tangible items to consider – in the form of t-shirts, player jerseys, commemorative hats and pucks, towels, Vladimir Tarasenko tees, sweatshirts, bobbleheads and one Blues-engraved replica Stanley Cup — to remember the Blues’ 2019 NHL Playoff run (click on any of the images to go to that item).

St. Louis Blues Stanley Cup Champions Locker Room T-Shirt 2019 Stanley Cup Champs St. Louis Blues t-shirt

Two-Sided Stanley Cup Trophy Shirt for the St Louis Blues – Black

St. Louis Blues Stanley Cup Championship shirt

St. Louis Blues Stanley Cup Champions Towel

St. Louis Blues Stanley Cup Champions 8” Replica Trophy 2019

St Louis Blues Roster NHL Championship T-shirt 2019

St. Louis Blues Championship t-shirt

St. Louis Blues 2019 Stanley Cup Champions Hat

Official Vladimir Tarasenko Bobblehead 2019 Stanley Cup Champions 8” Edition

Jordan Binnington Jersey: St. Louis Blues Official Stanley Cup Champions

Various St. Louis Blue T-Shirts: Stanley Cup Champs, Gloria and 23 more (go to TeePublic)

St. Louis Blues Authentic 2019 Stanley Cup Champions Logo Hockey Puck

2019 Stanley Cup Champions Pullover St. Louis Blues Hoodie Sweatshirt

The Blues were led by rookie Jordan Binnington’s strong goaltending in the finale which wasn’t much of a surprise considering the 25-year old set a NHL rookie record with 16 wins in the 2019 Playoffs. “Binnington coming in – that’s a story for the ages,” Blues general manager Doug Armstrong said.

As the Blues turned it around, so did “cool customer” Binnington. In December, he was St. Louis’ fourth option at goalie and didn’t start for the Blues until January 7th in a 3-0 win over the Philadelphia Flyers. Today, Binnington’s performance will be immortalized in St. Louis Blues half-century history. Even with Binnington’s great work in the goal, it was the indispensable Ryan O’Reilly who was named Stanley Cup Playoffs MVP.

Blues fans celebrate St. Louis's first NHL Championship

St. Louis Blues Fans Waited So Long for Stanley Cup

In December, it seemed like St. Louis Blues’ fans would have to wait until at least their 54th season at another shot at Lord Stanley’s Trophy. Then their season took an unlikely pivot. They went from ranked last to seeded third to NHL champions.

Back in St. Louis in a packed Enterprise Center, more than 1,100 miles away from Boston’s TD Garden, as tens of thousands of fans danced and celebrated as “Gloria” played over the loudspeaker and chanted “We got the Cup” in unison.

“I was starting to think I wouldn’t live to see this,” said Jim Walsh a 61-year old fan who became a Blues fan when he was nine years old and was at Enterprise Center for the watch party. “We’ve waited so, so, so long.”

And it wasn’t just the current players and fans celebrating, former St. Louis Blues players Brett Hull, Bernie Federko, Chris Pronger, and Keith Tkachuk were present at Boston’s TD Garden hugging each other. Only those on the St. Louis Blues roster and within organization would receive championship rings, but you wouldn’t have been able to tell last night.

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