The Stanley Cup will be at BPV during Wednesday's Blues game

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ST. LOUIS (KMOX) - Hockey fans in St. Louis will be able to watch the next St. Louis Blues Stanley Cup Playoff game in the presence of Lord Stanley's Cup. The famous traveling trophy will be at Ballpark Village on Wednesday and available for photo opportunities with fans. 

The Blues mascot Louie and radio host HaZe from our partner station NOW 96.3 will be at Ballpark Village for the Blues watch party. The puck drops at 8:30 p.m., but the party begins at 6:30 p.m. and you'll have a chance to grab a photo with the Stanley Cup until the start of the 2nd period. 

And if you do get in line for a photo, just remember that touching it is bad luck – unless you've won a Stanley Cup. It's an old hockey superstition, but the Blues don't need any jinxes, curses or bad mojo!

Not only do we want to see THIS again, but we also want to give away two tickets to Game 5! Join our Round 2 Watch Party starting at 6:30pm tomorrow>>https://t.co/2G7GmWqOTX AND $5 parking on out lot! #LGB pic.twitter.com/KxHke52QzC

— STL Ballpark Village (@BPVSTL) April 30, 2019

The Blues are up 2 games to 1 on the Dallas Stars and if St. Louis wins on Wednesday night, they can clinch a spot in the next round on Friday, when the series comes back to Enterprise Center. 

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