Blues bobbleheads

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Wednesday, the St. Louis Blues made history after defeating the Boston Bruins, 4-1, to become the 2019 Stanley Cup Champions.

The newly crowded champions will each have a bobblehead including team mascot Louie holding a mini replica of the Stanley Cup. Also there will be a special MVP figure of Ryan O'Reilly holding the Conn Smythe Trophy, and a mini set of three bobbleheads of O'Reilly, Vladimir Tarasenko, and Jordan Binnington. 

Earlier this month, Blues superfan Laila Anderson had a bobblehead created to raise money for charity for the St. Louis Children's hospital. Anderson, 11, has inspired the Blues during the Stanley Cup games while fighting a life-threatening immune disease.

"We strongly encourage people to pre-order their Blues Stanley Cup Champions bobbleheads during the presale to ensure they don’t miss out,” said Brad Novak, Co-Founder and President of the National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum. “A limited number of each bobblehead will be produced, and fans who don’t act now may miss out.”

The following players will have their mini figures, which are produced by FOCO:

  • Alex Pietrangelo
  • Brayden Schenn
  • Colton Parayko
  • David Perron
  • Jaden Schwartz
  • Jordan Binnington
  • Louie - Mascot
  • Mini Set of 3
  • Pat Maroon
  • Ryan O'Reilly
  • Ryan O'Reilly - MVP
  • Vladimir Tarasenko

Prices for the championship set start at $40, MVP bobbleheads start at $45 and the mini set of three will begin at $50.

To pre-order one, click here.

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