Pro hockey team gives an incredible gift to young fan fighting serious illness

Laila Anderson
Laila Anderson

The St. Louis Blues encouraged a young super fan fighting a serious illness by bringing an incredible gift to her home.

With the group getting ready to take to the ice on Wednesday just because since winning the Stanley Cup Finals in June, Blues’ players Alexander Steen and Colton Parayko visited 11-year-old superfan Laila Anderson at her home on Tuesday to demonstrate their thankfulness for her help, USA Today revealed.

Anderson was determined to have Hemophagocytic Lymphohistiocytosis, or HLH, an uncommon issue that makes the safe framework never again work appropriately, as indicated by St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital. White platelets that battle contaminations wind up harming portions of the body, for example, the liver, spleen, and bone marrow. This can prompt organ harm and passing in the event that it is left untreated.

Despite the fact that she is bearing a troublesome circumstance, Anderson stayed a fervent Blues supporter all through their raced to the Stanley Cup title and was even welcomed onto the ice when they beat the Boston Bruins in Game 7.

“You realize the amount you intend to us, and what a motivation you’ve been to such a large number of individuals,” Steen is heard saying to Anderson in a video presented in the group’s Twitter account. “So me and Colton are here and speaking to our association and everyone there, and we have something that we might want you to open at the present time.”

In the video, Anderson gradually lifts the cover of the compartment, and is shocked when she sees her own one of a kind title ring inside. She is quickly brought to tears.

The players at that point help Anderson open the case and she takes a stab at the enormous bit of gems, at that point kisses it while holding it with both of her hands.

“That poor person who will propose to you one day,” Parayko is heard saying.

Film of the upbeat minute immediately turned into a web sensation, and the group’s video collected more than 3.3 million perspectives since it was presented on Twitter.

The Blues will raise their title flag Wednesday night when they open the season against the Washington Capitals.

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