NHL stars Toews, Luongo join NFL star Davis as Olympic curling superfans
FEB 15, 2014 1:39p ET
The Canadian men's Olympic hockey team had the day off on Saturday, and they spent their free time to taking in country's other favorite winter sport: curling.
The entire team was in attendance as the men's squads from Canada and Great Britain squared off at the Ice Cube Curling Center in Sochi.
Most came decked out in Canadian colors, but goalie Roberto Luongo and center Jonathan Toews took their fandom to an even greater level.
Check it out in the photos below.
A few hours later, the Canadian coaching and management brain trust — including Boston Bruins coach Claude Julien and general manager Peter Chiarelli — was over at Bolshoy Ice Dome to watch T.J. Oshie lead Team USA to a thrilling shootout victory over Russia.
The Canadians weren't the only one captivated by curling. Princess Anne of Britain, Prince Hakan of Norway and Prince Albert of Monaco have been among the VIPs at the Olympic curling tournament this week. On Saturday, the Ice Cube Curling Center welcomed some royalty from the NFL: Vernon Davis, the Pro Bowl tight end from the San Francisco 49ers, dropped in to watch the U.S. women's team play Sweden.