VIDEO: Funny St. Louis Blues Jumbotron Matching Game Goes Viral

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Thursday 23 December 2021

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Through Jaime Lees on Thu 23 Dec 2021 at 4:49 p.m.

The St. Louis Blues are always the party. One of the most exciting parts of the live hockey experience is enjoying the community and having fun with other hockey fans. And one of the best things that’s happening on the big screen at Business center (1401 avenue Clark, 314-622-5400) is the matching game.

It goes like this: the screen shows a famous person, then chooses someone in the live audience who looks like them and puts them side by side on the big screen.

Matches are always hilarious (but embarrassing at times), so if you show up to a Blues game with distinctive hair and are afraid to be in front of the camera, you might want to hide it under a hat.

The other day ESPN posted a clip of a very special holiday edition of the game that included matches for Ralphie from A Christmas story, Marv of Alone at home, the Grinch of How the Grinch stole Christmas and more.

Watch the video for good laughs. (And at least one child being super crazy on who it was chosen to match.)

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