Paulina Gretzky brought the heat to Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Final on Thursday night.
The daughter of hockey legend Wayne Gretzky showed off her all-black ensemble on Instagram before making her way to FLA Live Arena in Sunrise, Fla., where she supported the Florida Panthers in their 3-2 overtime win against the Vegas Golden Knights.
“Game Night,” Gretzky wrote alongside the sultry pic that featured her wearing a black tube top, a matching mini skirt, and black tights.
Later in the day Thursday, Gretzky also posted a photo with dad Wayne, who is part of the “NHL on TNT’s” coverage, as “The Great One” smiled beside his grandson.
Gretzky shares sons Tatum, 8, and River, 5, with her husband, golf star Dustin Johnson.
It’s been a wild week for Johnson, 38, and the golf community following the PGA Tour’s stunning merger Tuesday with its rival LIV Golf, which the former Masters champion joined last summer.
The entities will be under the same umbrella, bankrolled by the Saudi Public Investment Fund, in addition to the European DP World Tour.
Though the PGA Tour initially banned LIV defectors from competing on the Tour, it’s been speculated those who joined the Saudi-funded circuit will be fined if they wish to return.
Johnson, who recently celebrated his first wedding anniversary with Gretzky, was reportedly paid around $125 million to make the leap to LIV.
In his first season on the rebel tour, Johnson earned more than $35 million in winnings.
Johnson, who previously joined Gretzky at a Panthers playoff game, won the individual title at LIV Golf’s tournament in Tulsa last month.