Carrie Underwood Might Need a Twitter Break after Feisty Hockey Tweets

Doug Mendoza
June 2, 2017

Carrie Underwood has been at the first two games of the Stanley Cup Finals in Pittsburgh, supporting her husband Nashville Predators center Mike Fisher.

Carrie Underwood is a passionate hockey wife, and she knows that has the potential to get her in trouble.

The Predators face a 2-0 series deficit as they return to play in front of Underwood and the rest of their the raucous hometown crowd in Game 3 on Saturday evening.

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After a series of heated tweets she wrote, "Just told my manager that she might have to lock me out of my own Twitter!" along with the #PredsPride #IJustLoveMyHusband and several zipper-mouth and heart emojis. "How was that not a penalty!?" she tweeted at one point during the game.

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. Alan Jackson has announced that he will perform a free street show before the game to support and celebrate the team.

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