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Justin Bieber's famous mug shot from earlier today was the perfect accessory for the Dallas Stars to throw shade at their competition.

The hockey team played the Toronto Maple Leafs during a home game today, and opted to flash Biebs' booking photo from his arrest earlier today on the jumbotron as a dig to their opponents, since the singer has openly stated he's a fan of the Maple Leafs.

The official Dallas Stars Instagram account also posted an older photo of Bieber playing with the Toronto team as the background image of tonight's score at the end of the second period. "That's the end of the second. Stars erupt for 4 goals from Nichushkin, Horcoff, Peverley, and Daley to put them up, 6-1, over the Leafs," the caption read.

Dallas Stars ended up beating the Maple Leafs with a final score of 7-1.

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In related Bieber and sports news, fans were anticipating seeing the singer's real mug courtside at the Miami Heat game.

E! News had learned that after being released from jail for his DUI arrest earlier today, Biebs was expected to attend the NBA game in Miami against the Los Angeles Lakers. However, he ultimately was a no-show—apparently at the behest of the home team.

A source tells E! News Bieber's tickets were pulled last minute by the Heat because they didn't want the particular brand of attention that his presence would inevitably attract.

The 19-year-old pop star was drag racing in a rented Lamborghini when he was pulled over shortly after 4 a.m. on Pine Tree Drive and 26th Street in Miami Beach, Fla.

Bieber, who did not have a valid license, failed a field sobriety test and was later charged with DUI. He told a police officer that he was taking prescription medication and had also smoked marijuana. The "Somebody to Love" singer also admitted that he'd had a beer earlier that night.

After his camp had met the $2,500 bail amount, Bieber was released.

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