According to CBC Sports on Saturday, Canadian golf star Graham DeLaet was at the National Hockey League game between the Calgary Flames and Arizona Coyotes at Glendale, Arizona on Saturday evening. DeLaet was seen in a Calgary Flames jersey with his wife Ruby.
DeLaet, who is currently 51st on the World Golf Rankings, retweeted a photo of him and his wife on his twitter account in Flames jerseys, and took the time to be interviewed with Flames TV. The Flames meanwhile defeated the Coyotes 3-0.
A native of Weyburn, Saskatchewan, DeLaet was also shown on television with a moustache. He is apparently growing the facial hair for Movember.
At 32 years of age, DeLaet currently lives in Boise, Idaho. Twice this past season DeLaet finished tied for second at a PGA Tour event. At the Farmers Insurance Open in San Diego, California from January 23-26, DeLaet posted a score of -8 and finished one stroke back of Scott Stallings. Then a week later at the Waste Management Phoenix Open, DeLaet posted a score of -15 and one was one stroke back of Kevin Stadler.
In recent weeks, DeLaet has been suffering from a neck/back injury that forced him to pull out of the HSBC Champions event in Shanghai, China in early November. DeLaet also suffered a minor foot injury in May.
For now, DeLaet has a lot to be excited about regarding his Calgary Flames. In the last two weeks, the Flames have gone 4-2 including victories over the Anaheim Ducks, New Jersey Devils, San Jose Sharks and Arizona Coyotes. They currently are at 15-8-2 and one point back of the Ducks and Vancouver Canucks for first place in the Pacific Division. The Flames next game is at home against the Coyotes on Tuesday.