Did Elisha Cuthbert Really Glare at Another Toronto Maple Leaf Hockey Wife?

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There wasn’t much of a happy ending for Happy Endings star Elisha Cuthbert on Wednesday night as she cheered on her boyfriend, Toronto Maple Leafs captain Dion Phaneuf, in the NHL playoffs. The Maple Leafs lost to the Boston Bruins, and Cuthbert was captured on video giving Maple Leafs goal-tender James Reimer’s wife April the stink eye. The “Elisha Cuthbert b***h-face” rumors ran rampant almost immediately, but was our sweet, TV star darling really throwing shade at another hockey wife?

As it turns out, the answer is a fairly resolute “no.” The women exchanged frustrated glances after the Maple Leafs’ defeat was official, suggesting that rather than the duo sparring off with their best death stares over some offhand comment, they were expressing their dismay at their significant others’ playoff loss. 

This video shows a longer look at the two women, helping to support the suggestion that it was all a moment of commiseration. Of course, there’s no recorded audio from their box seats, so it’s always possible that one little lady blamed the other’s hunky hockey player for the Maple Leafs’ bad news. But we’re big fans of Cuthbert around here and she wrote on Twitter that it was just a misunderstanding: 

We’re inclined to believe the chipper actress, but check out the video for yourself.

What do you think is happening in this video?

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Celebrity Editor Kelsea Stahler was born in a pile of dirt. Okay, she was actually born in an old Naval hospital in San Diego, which then became a pile of dirt and remained as such for a number of years before becoming a parking lot perfectly sized for circus tents, and finally a museum. She eventually left San Diego to attend New York University, where she studied Journalism and English literature — two less-than profitable liberal arts degrees about which guidance counselors warned her. Against all odds, she now resides in Brooklyn, where she fights the constant fear that the locals will soon discover she isn’t quite cool enough to live there, and makes a living writing absurd, pop culture features about Batman, zombies, vampires, funny people, and Ron Swanson.