Laila Anderson

Laila Anderson Is Meeting The Person Who Saved Her Life This Week

11-year-old Laila Anderson has become nationally known as the good luck charm for the St. Louis Blues, leading them to a Stanley Cup victory in 2019. After spending the last two years fighting a rare immune disorder and waiting for a life-saving donor, she defeated her disease and is making a...
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Girls on the Run 5k 11-16

On November 16, our Y98 Street Team was on-site at the Girls on the Run 5k!
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LOOK: Newest Trailer For Laila Anderson's Movie Just Released

ST. LOUIS (Y98) - The story of a little girl's fight for her life and love of a hockey team is less than a month away from being told in documentary film form. We got another look at Laila Anderson's battles, triumphs and special moments with her favorite hockey team with the release of a new...
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Laila Anderson to be honored on national TV at Musial Awards

ST. LOUIS (KYKY) - A night honoring the moments and people in sports who embody class and character, couldn't be complete without Laila Anderson and the St. Louis Blues . The Blues' biggest fan will be honored next month at the Musial Awards in St. Louis – and for the first time in the award show's...
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Blues, Children's Hospital is making a film about Laila Anderson

ST. LOUIS (KYKY) - One of the most memorable components in the St. Louis Blues' path to victory was Laila Anderson. The 11-year-old girl with a rare, life-threatening auto-immune disease not only beat her condition but was given the opportunity of a lifetime as she was the Blues' good luck charm...
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Watch: Laila Anderson Gets Her St. Louis Blues Stanley Cup Championship Ring

In case you missed it. Laila Anderson got a "special gift" from "her boys" yesterday... A special gift from her boys - thank you Laila for being such an inspiration during our #StanleyCup run. #stlblues pic.twitter.com/4Zlu1Xuwjb — St. Louis Blues (@StLouisBlues) October 1, 2019 And we just found...
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Laila Anderson is enshrined in Hockey Hall of Fame thanks to her friend

TORONTO (KYKY) — Hockey fans that go to the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto will learn about St. Louis Blues superfan Laila Anderson. And it might not have happened if it wasn't for one of her best friends. Lucas White went to Canada's biggest city with his family earlier this month to check out the...
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Blues super-fan Laila returns to school after 2-year absence

ST. LOUIS (KYKY) - Laila Anderson, the little girl who inspired the St. Louis Blues during the team's first Stanley Cup victory, has returned to school after a two-year absence. She missed two years of school after being diagnosed with a rare disease called ‘HLH.’ The Parkway school district noted...
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Laila Anderson at Blues Championship Parade and Rally June 15, 2019 in Downtown St. Louis

PHOTOS: Laila Anderson makes Blues Championship parade appearance

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Blues fans petition to get Laila Anderson's name on the Stanley Cup

ST. LOUIS (KYKY) — Some St. Louis Blues fans are banning together to garner support for putting 11-year-old superfan Laila Anderson's name on the Stanley Cup. John Mueller organized a petition on Change.org Thursday to NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman and the NHL, the St. Louis Blues, the City of St...
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