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Connie Britton and David Harbour show team spirit by leading stars at the New York Rangers hockey match

David Harbor and Connie Britton show team spirit as they lead celebrities at the New York Rangers hockey game in NYC

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David Harbour, Connie Britton and a number of other stars showed their support for the New York Rangers during Saturday night’s game in New York City.

Harbour, 47, wore a blue and red Rangers t-shirt under a black jacket. He was accompanied by his stepdaughters, 11-year-old Ethel and nine-year-old Marnie, the daughter of his wife Lily Allen.

Britton, 55, also wore a blue, red and white cap and a gray T-shirt with the Rangers symbol on her chest.

Another Star: Britton, 55, Also Wore A Blue, Red And White Cap And A Gray T-Shirt With The Rangers Symbol On Her Chest

Cheer: David Harbour, Connie Britton and a number of other stars showed their support for the New York Rangers during Saturday night’s game in New York City

She was joined by her son Eyob, whom she adopted from Ethiopia in 2011. He wore a blue hockey jersey with a cap similar to his mother’s.

Joss Stone, who recently performed in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, attended the event wearing a Rangers jersey, black leggings and black boots.

She wore a brown and white shoulder bag that hung over her right arm and her blonde hair was parted in the middle.

Her locks were cropped short and barely touched her slender shoulders. She was joined at the game by her boyfriend, Cody DaLuz, and mother, Wendy Stoker.

Step Siblings: He Was Joined By His Step Daughters, 11-Year-Old Ethel And Nine-Year-Old Marnie, The Daughter Of His Wife Lily Allen

Step Siblings: He was joined by his step daughters, 11-year-old Ethel and nine-year-old Marnie, the daughter of his wife Lily Allen

Giggling: Harbor And His Stepdaughters Laughed As They Watched The Video Monitor

Giggling: Harbor and his stepdaughters laughed as they watched the video monitor

Big Fan: Joss Stone, Who Recently Performed In The Macy'S Thanksgiving Day Parade, Attended The Event In A Rangers Jersey, Black Leggings And Black Boots

Big fan: Joss Stone, who recently performed in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, attended the event in a Rangers jersey, black leggings and black boots

The Family: She Was Joined At The Game By Her Boyfriend, Cody Daluz, And Mother, Wendy Stoker

The Family: She was joined at the game by her boyfriend, Cody DaLuz, and mother, Wendy Stoker

A huge fan of the New York Rangers, Stone got the chance to meet a Rangers legend in the evening when she posed for a photo with Henrik Lundqvist.

The 40-year-old former Rangers goalkeeper wore a gray jacket over a brown top, black leather gloves and gray trousers.

His full gray hair was swept to the left and his beard shaved against his jaw.

Henrik also took his daughters Charles and Jill to the event. One of his daughters was on crutches.

Superstar Player: A Huge Fan Of The New York Rangers, Stone Got A Chance To Meet A Rangers Legend In The Evening When She Took A Picture With Henrik Lundqvist

Superstar Player: A huge fan of the New York Rangers, Stone got a chance to meet a Rangers legend in the evening when she took a picture with Henrik Lundqvist

Stream: His Full Gray Hair Was Swept To The Left And His Beard Was Shaved Against His Jaw (Pictured Right With David Harbor Left)

Stream: His full gray hair was swept to the left and his beard was shaved against his jaw (pictured right with David Harbor left)

Out With The Kids: Henrik Also Took His Daughters Charles And Jill To The Event. One Of His Daughters Was On Crutches

Out with the kids: Henrik also took his daughters Charles and Jill to the event. One of his daughters was on crutches

Singing Star: Pitch Perfect Star Skylar Astin Took His Cousin Luca And Mother Meryl Lipstein To The Game

Singing star: Pitch Perfect star Skylar Astin took his cousin Luca and mother Meryl Lipstein to the game

Pitch Perfect star Skylar Astin took his cousin Luca and mother Meryl Lipstein to the game. She looked much more festive than he did in a blue Rangers jersey and a thick red scarf.

Despite the star power of their fans, the Rangers lost the game 4-3 to the visiting Edmonton Oilers.

The Rangers moved to 10-8-4 this season and then play the New Jersey Devils on Monday, November 28.

Loss: Despite The Star Power Of Their Fans, The Rangers Lost The Game 4-3 To The Visiting Edmonton Oilers

Loss: Despite the star power of their fans, the Rangers lost the game 4-3 to the visiting Edmonton Oilers

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