MONTVILLE, CT (CelebrityAccess MediaWire) — British Columbian singer Michael Bublé postponed a planned performance at the Mohegan Sun Casino on Wednesday by one day to "accommodate hockey fans in the Northeast."
Said hockey fans were abuzz due to the Boston Bruins set to play game seven of the Stanley Cup against Bublé's provincial team the Vancouver Canucks.
Bublé is reportedly a huge fan of the Canucks, telling a recent interviewer "We should have won this series. I think the Canucks should have gone home up 3-1 and that would have been that.Instead, I think (Alain Vigneault) tried to play a chess match. I don’t think we were beat by a better team. I just don’t. I think we were out-coached."
After the game, Bublé probably wished he had just gone to the concert instead, as the Bruins thrashed the Canucks in a 4-0 shutout. – CelebrityAccess Staff Writers