BALLWIN, Mo. (KMOV.com) – Some Blues fans who thought they were just out to enjoy breakfast got an even sweeter treat on Sunday morning, the Stanley Cup.

Blues trainer Ray Barile decided to share his day with the Stanley Cup with fans at the Wolf in Ballwin. After sharing the Cup with his family and the staff at the Wolf, Barile opened the celebration to everyone who happened to be at the restaurant.

A 3-year-old baby was even put in hockey’s holy grail.

“The best part of winning the Cup is how the City of St. Louis is just enamored. It’s great, the reaction, it's just wonderful,” Barile said.

After the party with the Stanley Cup wrapped up at the Wolf, Barile’s next stop with the trophy was a visit to first responders to thank them for their service.

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