Hockey Legend Bobby Plager Brings Stanley Cup to Brother's Grave

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Former St Louis Blues head coach and hockey legend Bobby Plager spent his day with the Stanley Cup honoring his brother, Barclay Plager.

Bobby, who is a former Blues player, took the cup to his brother’s grave at Bellerive Gardens Cemetery in Missouri. 

Barclay played for the Blues at the same time as Bobby, and the pair were on the ice together for several seasons. 

Bobby and his loved ones took the cup and poured beer out at Barclay’s grave as everyone cheered.

Barclay died in 1988 after battling brain cancer.


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