St. Louis Blues fans have been in a steady state of glee over the home team’s Stanley Cup victory since May – we’re no exception. And, like many hockey fans in Missouri, Brinton Vision LASIK staffers couldn’t wait to get their hands on the Lord Stanley Cup.

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We finally got our chance on September 25 with a field trip to City Place near Brinton Vision’s eye surgery center in Creve Coeur. Most of us were unaware of the magnitude of the excursion; we only knew we would be taking a field trip and that we might want to look spiffy. What a pleasant surprise to learn the magnificent Stanley Cup trophy was on display!

We saw it, touched it, and have the pictures to prove it. We were so puffed up with pride for our Blues, we each walked out feeling a foot taller than when we walked in. It was magical …

And now the new NHL season is upon us. Could our beloved Blues pull off a second Cup coup in 2020? Maybe even a hat trick in 2021? It’s too early to tell but we feel good about their chances. With the Blues riding high on their historic win and the St. Louis Cardinals currently sitting on a National League Central championship on the race to the World Series, 2019 could be an epic year for St. Louis sports fans.

We hope our fellow Blues fanatics will join us at the ice this fall (and at the ballpark, if the Cards can swing it) for all the action. Wear your team colors, channel your positive energy and remind yourself to blink once in a while. We promise to fill you in on anything you missed.

Celebrate your vision journey with Brinton Vision.

Want to see all the glorious St. Louis sports action in 2020? Brinton Vision performs LASIK plus all six modern LASIK eye surgery alternatives. Give us a call at 314.375.2020 or schedule a Brinton Vision Ocular Analysis online to find out if you’re a candidate for one or more of these life-changing vision correction procedures.

Dr. Jason P. Brinton is an internationally recognized specialist in the field of LASIK and refractive surgery. He is a graduate of Harvard College, earned his medical doctorate from the Harvard Medical School and is board certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology.