Kruger and Jackson, Page and Shawcat, and Gretzky. (Noel Vasquez/Getty Images)
There were no Canadian teams playing at the 2012 Stanley Cup Final on Monday, but from the crowd, you wouldn't know it.
Canadian celebrities including Joshua Jackson (with constant companion Diane Kruger), Ellen Page (with "Arrested Development" star Alia Shawkat), and everyone's favourite hockey babe, the Great One's daughter Paulina Gretzy (who rooted for her dad's old team), were all watching the Los Angeles Kings beat the New Jersey Devils in Los Angeles on Monday.
While Page and Shawkat commanded attention as the most enthusiastic of the bunch ("Alia Shawcat loves the Kings!" Page tweeted), there were a number of non-Canadians who also attended the big hockey game.
Clockwise from top left: Borenaz, Hall, Ferrell, and Beckham and Robbins. (Noel Vasquez/Getty Images)
David Boreanaz and wife Jaime Bergman really got into the match, as did motivational speaker Tony Robbins, who cheered on his feet. Nearby, soccer star David Beckham chose to politely clap in his seat while sitting next to son Brooklyn.
Despite being in the box seats, Will Ferrell and son Magnus were caught by the cameras, as was Arsenio Hall, who tried to go incognito in dark glasses.
Game 4 takes place tomorrow night, and with a turnout like Monday's, you can bet it will be a star-studded event.
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