Legoland Builder Recreates Bruins Game 1 Win -- With Legos, Of Course

Staff Writer
Baystateparent Magazine
A replica of the watch party outside Boston's City Hall.

Legoland Discovery Center in Somerville is rooting for the home team in the Stanley Cup Finals in their signature style -- with Legos, of course.

Following the Boston Bruins comeback win against the St. Louis Blues in Monday night's Game 1, Legoland unveiled a minifigure reenactment of the game at TD Garden and post-game celebration at City Hall. Built by Master Model Builder Megan Amaral and geared to ages 3-10, the replica will be on display in the Miniland Arena throughout the Stanley Cup Finals. 

Legoland Boston promises to create more scenes from the Bruins’ playoff games as long as they keep winning. Local families can swing by to check out the Bruins themed arena, along with the Discovery Center's other attractions such as Lego Ninjago Training Camp, 4D cinema, and a Lego-themed ride.