Patrick Mahomes To Travis Kelce ‘Get out of my arena’

Patrick Mahomes has hilarious response to Travis Kelce attending NHL playoff game between Stars and Oilers: ‘Get out of my arena’

When Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes noticed that his tight end, Travis Kelce, was in Dallas to watch some NHL playoff action, he responded with a hilarious smile.

Kelce was in town to attend Game 2 of the Western Conference Finals between the Edmonton Oilers and the Dallas Stars.

While Kelce was having fun in a suite with golfer Bryson DeChambeau, Mahomes tweeted in jest, “Yo get out of my arena!!” Go @DallasStars, @tkelce [laughing sobbing emoji]!!!

In response, Kelce told Mahomes, “gotta love playoff hockey baby!!!” while laughing at the tweet. You are not even a skater!

As the jokes went on, the Stars Twitter account even stepped in and said, “We can all be friends.”

Travis Kelce made a surprise appearance at Saturday’s NHL playoff game in Dallas

It even surprised Patrick Mahomes, who jokingly told his tight end to 'get out of my arena'


Patrick Mahomes was taken aback by it and joked with his tight end to “get out of my arena.”

As his tweet implies, Kelce is not completely inexperienced with hockey.

In high school, Kelce participated in baseball, basketball, and football. He was an Ohio pee wee hockey player before all of that, though.

An old tweet that reappeared after Kelce’s participation at the Stars-Oilers game said, “I really love hockey.” “Since I stopped playing after eight years, I haven’t stepped on the lovely… However, that needs to alter! It is too much missed.

On Saturday in Dallas, Kelce wasn’t the only famous athlete in the crowd. Dirk Nowitzki, the NBA champion and former top player for the Dallas Mavericks, was also spotted at American Airlines Arena, where a statue of the German basketball legend is currently located.5.

The Stars, who had lost Game 1 in double OT and were trailing 1-0 in the series, took the lead at 3:39 of the first period when Jamie Benn scored off assists from Wyatt Johnston and Miro Heiskanen.

A minute later, Connor Brown of Edmonton scored the equalizer with help from Cody Ceci and Warren Foegele.

However, after a series of Dallas misses, Mason Marchment beat Edmonton goalie Stuart Skinner at 3:41 into the third to break the stalemate.

A young Kelce (pictured center) is seen holding a trophy during his pee wee hockey days

A young Kelce (pictured center) is seen holding a trophy during his pee wee hockey days

Oilers center Sam Carrick talks to Dallas Stars left wing Mason Marchment (27) in the third

In the third quarter, Dallas Stars left wing Mason Marchment (27) converses with Oilers center Sam Carrick.

Esa Lindell of Dallas put the game out of reach with an empty net goal after Skinner was substituted with just over two minutes remaining, capping an unsuccessful attempt at a comeback by Edmonton.

Following their scratch in Game 2, Oilers forward Adam Henrique and Dallas front-line center Roope Hintz both missed one more game in this round of the playoffs.

Their coaches had characterized both players as decisions made throughout the game.

After hurting his ankle in the first-round series against Los Angeles on May 1, Henrique has missed seven straight games and eight of nine overall.

Hintz missed his fourth consecutive game due to an upper-body injury. Since departing Game 4 of the Stars’ second-round series against Colorado on May 13, he has not appeared on the field.

Travis Kelce said he played hockey for eight years in a decade-old tweet

Travis Kelce said he played hockey for eight years in a decade-old tweet

Former Mavs star and NBA champ Dirk Nowitzki was also seen at American Airlines Arena

Former Mavs star and NBA champ Dirk Nowitzki was also seen at American Airlines Arena

Dallas Stars left wing Mason Marchment (27) and defenseman Miro Heiskanen (4) and Edmonton Oilers left wing Evander Kane (91) and left wing Dylan Holloway (55) collide

Dallas Stars’ left wing Mason Marchment (27), defender Miro Heiskanen (4), left wing Evander Kane (91) of the Edmonton Oilers, and left wing Dylan Holloway (55) come into contact.

This summer, Kelce will be flying a lot since he will be supporting Swift by traveling back and forth across the Atlantic.

Since starting a romance about a year ago, the Kansas City Chiefs star has taken on the role of a devoted boyfriend, accompanying the music sensation on her Eras Tour.

The 34-year-old has most recently been witnessing the 14-time Grammy Award winner’s sold-out European tour.

But with the NFL season about to begin, the three-time Super Bowl victor will have to perform a juggling act.

Swift’s tour, which kicks off in Lisbon, Portugal on Friday, is expected to have the tight end hopping between Europe and the US.

The Stars won 4-3 in their lone trip to Edmonton this season, and they will play Game 3 there on Monday night. That was on November 2, during the Oilers’ 3-9-1 start that resulted in Jay Woodcroft’s firing as coach and Kris Knoblauch taking over.

The Stars entered Game 2 of a best-of-seven playoff series trailing a loss for the sixth time in a row, including all three this year. In their first-round playoff match on April 22, Marchment scored in a 4-3 loss to Vegas. After suffering an injury in Game 2, he missed six more games until making a comeback in Game 2 of the second round against Colorado.

With no points in his final game, Edmonton center Leon Draisaitl’s 13-game point streak came to a stop. That fell one short of the 1988 franchise record held by Mark Messier.

In the first minute of play, the sides swapped goals 44 seconds apart.

Esa Lindell (23), Tyler Seguin (91), Jamie Benn (14) and Miro Heiskanen (4) of the Dallas Stars celebrate Lindell’s empty-net goal that sealed the team’s victory over Edmonton on Saturday.

3:39 into the game, Benn scored Dallas’ first goal on goal, a wrister from the top of the right circle that soared across Skinner’s face and into the lower left corner of the net.

After Brown initially gave the puck to Cody Ceci, who then scored on a rebound of Ceci’s shot, Edmonton, who had outshot the Stars 17–4, tied the score in the first period. It was Brown’s first goal of the postseason; he had previously only scored one, against Boston in 2018 when playing for Toronto.

The Stars failed to score on their lone power play in Game 2 after going 0 for 5 on the power play in the series opener, which included a double-minor penalty in the first overtime that gave them four minutes with a man advantage.

With that, Edmonton’s run of more than six games with 20 penalties killed since giving up a power-play goal in Game 3 of its second-round series against Vancouver was extended.

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