The St. Louis Post-Dispatch sends out an e-edition of the Sunday paper exclusively to its subscribers every week. But last week's issue had a little mistake inside... Or maybe it was foreshadowing?
The paper accidentally sent out a letter from Blues owner Tom Stillman. In the letter he congratulated his team on winning the Stanley Cup, and even called it "a dream come true"...
It hasn't even technically 'come true' yet?!
(SPOILER ALERT): The Blues ended up losing 5-1 in Game 6 on Sunday...
"Winning the Stanley Cup was a dream come true for so many of you. All of us will remember where we were, what we did and how we felt when the Blues brought the Cup home. Each of us will have a library of memories to pass down for generations," wrote Stillman, who also looked "forward to celebrating with you as we parade the Cup down Market Street."
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch later apologized for the mistake, and instead called it a "sneak peak" at what will happen after Game 7.
As for the rest of us, looks like we'll just have to wait until Game 7 to find out the truth.
The series is currently tied 3-3. Game 7 is Wednesday night at 5 PM.
Read all about the "mistake" on Deadspin.