And when he did, she aptly told her mother: "I called it".
Blues players have adopted Laila as an unofficial member of the team, and Steen has told the 11-year-old she was their "lucky charm" for the playoffs.
She was there Wednesday night when her team won it all.
When it comes to bargaining chips for any player seeking a pay increase, few hold more leverage than having led your team to its first Stanley Cup championship as a rookie netminder. Then her mom surprised her with the news of a lifetime. "If you could watch the game, anywhere in the world tomorrow - anywhere in the world - where would you watch your boys play tomorrow?" she asked.
KELLY: Which seemed highly improbable because Laila Anderson has not been able to travel.
H ANDERSON: Doctor said it's OK.
CORNISH: So Laila found herself at the Garden, watching as.
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Bruins captain Zdeno Chara revealed he suffered multiple jaw fractures in Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final when he took a puck to the face. Her status as a superfan caught the attention of the team, and the Blues hosted a "Be the Match" event at a home game in November, where fans could sign up for a bone marrow donor registry.
I swore I'd never lose the clip.
"They have done so much for me that they don't know, and to know that I can repay them, that means so much to me", Laila said during a postgame interview. I couldn't thank them enough for helping me get through my fight.
Even Lord Stanley's cup was impressed to be in Laila's presence.
That's the exact card that St. Louis Blues goaltender Jordan Binnington can play this offseason, and general manager Doug Armstrong knows it.
HOCHMAN: So I'm chatting with her, and I say, maybe I'll see you on the ice after the game.