By PowerPlayCJ @powerplaywithcj on June 4, 2014
As the Los Angeles Kings and New York Rangers prepare to face off in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Finals, there will be as many big names to watch off the ice as there are on the ice. Given the fact both cities are entertainment Meccas, the stars will be out in full force cheering on their respective teams.
The Irishman is an adopted New Yorker and frequents Madison Square Garden for Rangers and Knicks games. Look for the superstar to make at least a few appearances at MSG during the Finals.
When she’s not gracing magazine covers, the adopted New Yorker loves Madison Square Garden and the Rangers. While she may date a baseball star, the Florida (via Michigan) native surely loves hockey.
While the acclaimed director is known more as a New York Knicks fan (ask Reggie Miller), he’s a loyal Rangers fan too. He’ll be out in full force heckling officials and Kings players all series long.
The original “Bad Boy of Tennis” would fit right in on the ice with his tenacious and entertaining style. With the Rangers’ bad boy image these playoffs (Daniel Carcillo’s “attack”), it’s only fitting that McEnroe’s loyalties lay with the Blueshirts.
The Oscar winner (and husband Tim Robbins) live and breathe Rangers blue, most notably during the 1994 Stanley Cup Finals when they attended all seven games in New York and Vancouver.
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