Brady, Cora Celebrate Bruins Advancing to Stanley Cup Final

Welcome to the club, Boston Bruins.

The B's snuffed out the Carolina Hurricanes in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference final Thursday night to advance to the Stanley Cup Final, becoming the third Boston sports team in the last seven months to reach its league's championship.

So, it was only fitting that the other two -- the New England Patriots and Boston Red Sox -- showed them some love.

Patriots quarterback Tom Brady stayed up past his bedtime to shout out the Bruins on Instagram, responding to captain Zdeno Chara's post following the win.

Patriots center David Andrews, who was the Bruins' banner captain for Game 5 of their second-round series against the Columbus Blue Jackets, also showed the B's some love, as did New England's official Twitter account.

Red Sox manager Alex Cora joined the party, too, tweeting "4 more" in Spanish as the Bruins moved within four wins of a Stanley Cup title.

The Red Sox seemed to be on board, too.

The Patriots and Red Sox both went on to win their championships, and it appears they're fully behind the Bruins as they attempt to do the same against the winner of the San Jose Sharks vs. the St. Louis Blues in the Western Conference.

The Black and Gold surely appreciated the love, but they were in more of a celebratory mood Thursday night.

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