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Bieber adds to NHL jersey collection

Stops by NHL Powered by Reebok store to buy two customized Maple Leafs sweaters for upcoming concerts

by @NHL /

Justin Bieber's NHL fever is running rampant.

The pop singer, who has sported NHL jerseys on stage during his "Purpose" Tour, stopped at the NHL Powered by Reebok store in midtown Manhattan on Saturday and got two customized Toronto Maple Leafs jerseys with the No. 6 on them and his last name. He plans to wear them at his two shows at Air Canada Centre in Toronto on May 18 and 19.

Tweet from @NHLstoreNYC: Hey @justinbieber, thanks for stopping by Sat! Enjoy your customized jersey. #PurposeTourNHLStore

Bieber, who is from London, Ontario, wore on stage an Edmonton Oilers jersey given to him by Wayne Gretzky in March and an Arizona Coyotes' Max Domi jersey later that month. He also wore a New York Rangers jersey at the iHeart Radio Music Awards in Los Angeles in April.

Bieber is scheduled to perform at TD Garden in Boston on Wednesday. It wouldn't be surprising to see him in a Bobby Orr or Zdeno Chara Boston Bruins jersey.

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