As the warm summer heat sweeps across North America, a new batch of NHL players tied the knot over the weekend.

Starting out with Edmonton Oilers centre Ryan Nugent-Hopkins, who married his fiancee Bre in Maui.

You can say that they are Nuge-lywed now.

Nugent-Hopkins teammate Colby Cave, who was claimed off waivers from the Bruins in January, also tied the knot with Emily Cave.

Staying the Pacific Division, Bo Horvat, who could very well be the Canucks captain by the time the 2019/20 NHL season kicks off, married Holly Donaldson at the Roseville Estate in Cambridge, Ontario.

Holly is a multi-sport athlete, as she competes in provincially and international in equestrian and is also curled in the BC Scotties Women's Curling Championship.

Teammate Sven Baertschi and members of the Canucks were in attendance, while Horvat's junior teammates Max Domi, Chris Tierney and Josh Anderson were also present. Recording artist Dallas Smith performed at the wedding.

Another athletic couple decided to unite together, as Flordia Panthers defenceman Mike Matheson married Emily Pfalzer, who plays on the USA Women's National Team.

Mike and Emily coached a group of all-girls hockey players in late May and might be one of the best husband, wife hockey couple around.

Pfalzer just wrapped a season representing the NWHL's Buffalo Beauts while competing for the American squad in the Women's World Championship and Rivalry Series against Team Canada.

Earlier this summer, Nick Palmieri married his wife, Ashlee, while Luke Glennding tied the knot, as well as Mike Hoffman and his fiancee Monika Caryk.


Mr. & Mrs. Thank you to everyone who attended. We are so blessed 🤵🏼👰🏼

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Congrats to all the newlyweds!