Michael Bublé passes on love for Vancouver Canucks to son Noah

Michael Bublé is a loyal fan of the Vancouver Canucks, and now the Canadian singer is passing on his love for his home team to his adorable son, Noah. “Don’t let the sweet face fool you. He’s a killer #hockey #goon #canada” wrote the 40-year-old singer on Instagram, alongside a photo of his two-year-old boy “dressed” as a member of the team.

Now that he has successfully recruited Noah to love Canada’s game, Michael has a foolproof game plan for when his second child, a baby boy, arrives in the New Year. In October, the Vancouver native and his wife Luisana Lopilato announced that Noah would be getting a little brother, with Michael telling ET Canada that he couldn’t wait to have another baby in the house. "Noah's two and I already miss him when he was a baby. We love that part so much that how can we not want to have that again?"

Noah, Luisana and Michael are counting down the days until the arrival of the newest member of the Bublé family. Photo: instagram.com/michaelbuble

A baby on the way makes for an extra special holiday season for the Bublés, who always celebrate the holidays with family and music. The “It’s a Beautiful Day” singer recently released his new Christmas song “The More You Give (The More You’ll Have),” which he will perform on his holiday special Michael Bublé's Christmas in Hollywood (Dec. 10, NBC). The singer has recruited some famous friends for his fifth holiday special, including fellow Canuck Celine Dion. While Blake Shelton, Tori Kelly and Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings lend their voices to some classic holiday hits, stars like Eva Longoria, Gigi Hadidand Kylie Jenner drop by to help Michael spread some festive cheer.

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