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NHL'S Biggest Celebrity Fans and the teams they cheer for

Updated: Sep 6, 2022

The NHL has no shortage of celebrity fans representing their favorite cities. Here are some of the biggest celebrity fans and the teams they cheer for -

Seattle Kraken - Macklemore, Russel Wilson

No surprise here that the Kent, Washington born singer would be representing the Seattle Kraken at the Seattle Kraken expansion draft.

Russel Wilson attended the Kraken home-opener at Climate Pledge Arena; alongside other NFL super stars. He was even rocking some sweet Seattle Kraken merch as well.

Boston Bruins - Conor McGregor

Easily the most popular fighter in MMA, McGregor does not hesitate to show his love for the Black & Gold. He dropped the puck at the TD Garden back on March 17, 2019 and has often tweeted about his love for the club.

Toronto Maple Leafs - Justin Bieber

The London, Ontario born Justin Bieber has a massive love for the Maple Leafs that represent his home-city. He has regularly attended practices, games and occasionally is spotted with his friends from the Leafs.

L.A. Kings - Will Ferrell

Will Ferrell has been supporting the LA Kings since Marcel Dionne became the face of the franchise in the 1970s. He has been regularly attending games & even once did a hilarious 'Ron Burgundy' broadcast for a Kings VS Sharks game.

He even placed an ad in downtown New York City with him shouting "GO KINGS GO" during the 2014 Stanley cup playoffs.

Chicago Blackhawks - Vince Vaughn

Although Vince grew up in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He has been an avid Chicago sports fan for years. Regularly attending Blackhawks games with his wife and kids, even when the team was struggling to win.

As well, back in 2011, Vaughn was a co-star in 'The Dilemma', a movie where Vaughn and Kevin James went to a Blackhawks game to win a chance to go to the All-Star game by playing shoot the puck.

Here is one of my favorite Twitter pictures of all time

Vegas Golden Knights - Lil Jon and Gordon Ramsay

Gordon Ramsay (Left) & Lil Jon (Right) hang out at game-6 between the San Jose Sharks and Vegas Golden Knights

The retired rapper Lil Jon joined the AT&T SportsNet intermission report, and professed his love for hockey & the Vegas Golden Knights. Lil Jon is originally from Atlanta and was initially a Thrashers fan until the team moved to Winnipeg.

Gordon Ramsay took to Twitter to offer the Golden Knights a free meal if they won the Stanley cup in 2018.