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Brett Hull Crashed a Wedding During Blues' Championship Parade on Saturday

ST LOUIS, MO - JUNE 15: Brett Hull hoists a Stanley Cup replica during the St Louis Blues Victory Parade and Rally after winning the 2019 Stanley Cup Final on June 15, 2019 in St Louis, Missouri. (Photo by Nic Antaya/Getty Images)
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This past Saturday, a couple was set to exchange their vows at the Old Cathedral of St. Louis, a historic and beautiful place to have a wedding. But the date that was booked a year in advance coincidentally fell on the day that the city of St. Louis was anticipating for 49 years -- the Blues' championship parade.

The route went directly past the wedding site, and with the parade brought wedding crashers, one of whom was Blues legend Brett Hull. You can only guess what happened next.

With the venue blocked because of the parade and 400,000 fans in attendance, the Blues provided the couple and their guests with a parking lot and shuttle to avoid disrupting the festivities. When the bride and groom stepped off the shuttle, they were met by Hull and the Blues owner Tom Stillman, who thanked the couple for letting them crash the wedding.

Hull has been on living it up since the playoffs began, incoherently screaming at games getting the Blues' fanbase riled up at each and every turn. He spent the final day of his two-month celebration crashing a wedding to put the icing on the cake.