Carrie Underwood’s Tweets Prove She’s Just Like Any Other Hockey Fan
Carrie Underwood is not pleased that the Nashville Predators are down two games to none to the Pittsburgh Penguins in the Stanley Cup Final. The country superstar -- who has been in Pittsburgh cheering on her husband, Predators captain Mike Fisher -- wasn't shy about sharing her thoughts about Wednesday night's (May 31) game on Twitter.
The Penguins defeated the Predators 4-1 during Wednesday night's game, the second of the 2017 Stanley Cup Final series; on Monday night (May 29), the Pittsburgh defeated Nashville 5-3. During Game 1, Underwood kept mostly quiet on Twitter -- though she did respond when a Predators fan threw a catfish on the ice -- but during Game 2, she was vocal about the fact that she disagreed with some of the referees' calls.
"This game is being called so insanely awful, I can't even ...," Underwood tweeted, adding a few minutes later, "Just told my manager that she might have to lock me out of my own Twitter!" Underwood also hashtagged her second tweet with "#IJustLoveMyHusband."
Underwood's peeved feelings, however, didn't extend past the game itself: After the game was over, she shared a message of gratitude to Pittsburgh's "super sweet" fans for their hospitality during the Stanley Cup Final's first two games.
Game 3 of the Nashville Predators vs. Pittsburgh Penguins will take place in Nashville on Saturday night (June 3). The team will also host a game on June 5, and could be hosting a game on June 11, should the series go that long.
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