Originally posted on NESN.com  |  Last updated 7/10/13
The Biebs has really done it this time. After indirectly causing a ruckus at the NHLPA Meetings on Tuesday and angering Blackhawks fans (and hockey fans in general) for posing with the Cup that same night, Justin Bieber has really stepped in it — literally. While snapping some pictures of Lord Stanley in the Blackhawks’ locker room, Bieber broke one of the cardinal rules of hockey by stepping directly on the Hawks’ logo in the center of the room. Like most teams in the league, the Hawks have an unwritten rule that no one is permitted to step on the emblem. A couple members of the Stanley Cup championship winning team took to Twitter to share their feelings on the transgression. Andrew Shaw took the friendly approach while Brandon Bollig compared the pop star to one of the most hated players in Chicago, Raffi Torres, who earned that title after knocking Marian Hossa out of the playoffs in 2012 with a season-ending concussion. Check out the tweets below. Bro no stepping on the logo @justinbieber that's money on the board! #gutty http://t.co/DtgRo4loMn— Andrew Shaw (@shawz15er) July 10, 2013 After this stunt I'm not sure who's disliked more in Chicago. Bieber or Torres? #TossUp http://t.co/xIN6y3RcKN— Brandon Bollig (@Bollig87) July 10, 2013 Thumbnail photo via Twitter/@Bollig87

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