Bryan Adams a Fan Favorite at NHL 100 Classic

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Bryan Adams rocked Ottawa’s Lansdowne Park on Saturday when he performed at the 2017 Scotiabank NHL100 Classic.

The Kingston-born singer/song-writer appeared at the December 16 outdoor game between the Ottawa Senators and Montreal Canadiens during its second intermission, singing some of his classic, hit songs.

Saturday’s game celebrated the 100th anniversary of the League’s first game played on December 19, 1917.

Adams’s performance marked his return to the NHL stage, having also entertained 40,000 fans at the 2017 Scotiabank NHL Centennial Classic on January 1 at Toronto’s Exhibition Stadium.

“Bryan Adams was a fitting choice to open our year-long NHL Centennial Celebration in Toronto earlier this year,” said Steve Mayer, NHL Chief Content Officer and Executive Vice President, when announcing Bryan’s appearance. “As we bring the NHL Centennial Celebration to a close, we are excited to have Bryan join us again in Ottawa for an exciting finale to an historic year.”

Check out this snippet of video posted by an audience member, followed by some Twitter posts about the Bryan’s appearance.

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Bryan was also on social media Saturday night, first posting a video of the Ottawa skyline before the show (click/tap to view) and then a photo of himself with hockey legend Guy Lafleur, Prime Minister Trudeau, and Trudeau’s oldest son Xavier.

Find out more about Bryan Adams at his website, by following him on Twitter, visiting his Facebook page, or checking out his pix and videos on Instagram.

PhotoDerek Hatfield (cc)