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Hockey Player Brings Stanley Cup Party to Brother’s Grave

When the St. Louis Blues won the Stanley Cup, there were lots of ceremonies as well as events. But former Blues player and also train Barclay Plager wasn’t there to see it. Since he passed away in 1988, that’s. Barclay’s bro Bobby Plager, that additionally played and coached for cry, had not been mosting likely to allow Barclay’s lack of being alive keep him from the fun. Bobby and a band of loved ones made a decision to take the hockey trophy to the burial ground where Barclay relaxes.