Ice heats up in St. Louis as Blues and Bruins battle for Stanley Cup


St. Louis Blues defenseman Alex Pietrangelo (27) loses a glove as he battles with Boston Bruins center Charlie Coyle (13) during the first period of Game 4 of the NHL hockey Stanley Cup Final Monday, June 3, 2019, in St. Louis. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson)

Hockey is heating up as the Stanley Cup Championship continues Monday night.

Nearly 19,000 have the Enterprise Center in St. Louis shaking Monday night in game 4.

The Blues need a win, or else they’ll go to Boston trailing 3 games to 1.

If you’ve been watching the NHL and NBA playoffs, you’ve seen fans going crazy inside and outside the arena, and St. Louis is no different.

Fans have been here since this afternoon, and it was a full-on block party.

Thousands of fans without tickets are hoping to watch a winner outside on two big screens.

Gary Clark Jr. even played a pregame concert.

All this madness adds to what’s been an unforgettable spring for St. Louis fans.

“I think it’s just being with everybody else who’s there for the same thing as you. We’re all in it together. We want to feel it. We want to be a part of it,” said Cammie Earle, a Blues fan from Wentzville.

“It’s buzzing. Even in Toronto – I know they’re out of the playoffs right now – but this competes with some of the biggest hockey cities in North America,” said Jeevin Shahi, Blues fan from Hamilton, Ontario.

The Stanley Cup is currently playing on KNWA.

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