Bill Belichick gets Bruins crowd fired up at Game 2 of Stanley Cup Final

The Boston Bruins are hoping the success of New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick rubs off on them in Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Final.

Belichick and Special Olympics athlete James Coffey waved the Bruins' banner in front of a raucous crowd at TD Garden before Wednesday's game against the St. Louis Blues.

"A job well done. @Patriots head coach Bill Belichick and @SpOlympicsMA athlete James Coffey have @tdgarden absolutely bumping as tonight’s Fan Banner Captains!" the Bruins tweeted.

The team is fighting for its seventh Stanley Cup and lead the best-of-seven series 1-0. Belichick, considered one of the greatest NFL coaches of all time, joins a long list of Patriots that have shown love for their Boston brethren on ice.

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Retired tight end Rob Gronkowski, wide receiver Julian Edelman and cornerback David Andrews have all been named fan banner captains this season, WBZ-FM sports radio Boston reported.

Members of the 2011 Bruins teams that took home the franchise's most recent Stanley Cup were banner captains in Game 1 win.