Oliver Hudson, Wyatt Russell, Joshua Jackson, Chloe Grace Moretz and Joe Jonas

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Joe Jonas and two 22 Jump Street stars, including Channing Tatum, were among several celebrities who showed their support for the Los Angeles Kings at the final game of the NHL Stanley Cup Finals, which saw the team beat the New York Rangers at L.A.'s Staples Center on Friday, June 14.

Jonas sat in a suite with fellow hottie Joshua Jackson (who played a kid hockey player in the 1992 film The Mighty Ducks), actress Chloe Grace Moretz, Nashville actor Oliver Hudson and half-brother Wyatt Russell. They latter two actors' mother is actress Goldie Hawn.

The five were photographed cheering their butts off as they watched the gripping Game Five of the Stanley Cup Finals. This marked the second victory for the Kings, who won 3-2 on Friday and last took home the Stanley Cup in 2012 after trying for 45 years.

Jonas shared several photos on his Instagram page from inside the stadium, including a selfie. Moretz posted on her page a video of her and the crowd cheering at the Kings' victory.

Russell stars in 22 Jump Street, which was released on Friday as well. Co-star Tatum wore a gray sweatshirt and a Kings Stanley Cup Champions 2014 cap and carried a team jersey and was photographed near the stadium, where he was mobbed by scores of fans. Star Trek actor Chris Pine, a Los Angeles native, was also photographed outside the stadium. He also greeted fans and signed autographs.

Channing Tatum


Chris Pine


Also spotted at the game: Dancing With the Stars co-host and FOX Sports correspondent Erin Andrews, who cheered on boyfriend and Los Angeles Kings center Jarret Stoll. She shared an adorable Twitter photo of the two embracing tenderly after his team's victory.

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