"So I thought, this is a great opportunity for Canada to get to know me, and hopefully people will get to see another side of me and maybe even draw more viewers to me as an actress." Of course, it wasn’t just a matter of De Wulf convincing herself to sign up for Hockey Wives.If cameras are going to invade your home, Miller obviously had to be on board, too.After Lucic took a puck to the face and had to go back to the locker room, she tweeted simply, “Karma.” This is of course in response to the time Lucic ran over Miller, who had come out to play the puck way back in 2011.Although she may have a nasty side to her in real life, she has shown that she can at least pretend to be sweet, soft and quite frankly a little bit dumb in her role as Lacey on the TV show Anger Management.
Not only will the couple be making a visit to Sochi now that Miller has officially been named to the American Olympic team, but come the trade deadline, Ryan Miller and his wife may be on the move to a different city.
’ I really don’t have the answer." But having said that, De Wulf then presented some fascinating and intelligent theories. Not having stability doesn’t work for their mentality.
"Perhaps having someone with them when they’re in and out of hotels, and after games, gives them a sense of comfort," De Wulf said. "Also, professional sports makes you feel like you’re aging at a very rapid pace.
The series allows fans to meet 10 NHL "wags" (wives and girlfriends) whose lives can be glamorous at times, yes, but also fraught with uncertainty.
Besides De Wulf, other notable cast members include Nicole Brown, wife of Los Angeles Kings captain Dustin Brown; Maripier Morin, girlfriend of Montreal Canadiens winger Brandon Prust; Martine Forget, who is engaged to Toronto Maple Leafs goalie Jonathan Bernier; and Jenny Scrivens, wife of Edmonton Oilers goalie Ben Scrivens.