After last night’s NHL Awards at Wynn Las Vegas, Surrender Nightclub seemed to be the party spot of choice for the throng of names from the worlds of hockey and Hollywood in town.
Modern Family’s Eric Stonestreet was the first to arrive with a couple of lovely ladies and a large group of hockey players who partied in a luxury bungalow. Stonestreet posed for a photo with the Nashville Predators’ Mike Fisher (Carrie Underwood’s husband). Patron and Grey Goose flowed freely in the festive private party enclave.
NHL legend Mark Messier partied with a group in the next bungalow.
Actors Matthew Perry and Kevin Connolly arrived with separate entourages and converged into the same bungalow.
So was Isaiah Mustafa known, “The Old Spice Guy,” was also in. He was hanging at the same bungalow as all the hockey players.
Former “Dancing with the Stars” champion Cheryl Burke was also spotted at Surrender last night but she sat inside the swanky club where she enjoyed the sounds of DJ Deniz Koyu.
Among the NHLers in the house, NHL executive Brendan Shannahan, Anson Carter (retired), Pikka Rinne (Nashville Predators), Henrick Lundquist (New York Rangers) who won the Vezina award last night for “Best Goalie;” Adam Henrique (New Jersey Devils) and Daniel Alfredson (Ottowa Senators).
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