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Justin Bieber is on thin ice with hockey fans worldwide.

Prior to Bieber's concert at the United Center in Chicago on Tuesday, he took a trip down to the Blackhawks changing room where he came face-to-face with the coveted Stanley Cup.

This left hockey fans up in arms.

Photos of the Biebes-Cup encounter surfaced online, and as expected, a hailstorm of reactions on Twitter rained furry on the 19-year-old Canadian singer.

Blackhawks' Community Affairs Director Peter Hassen originally posted the photo that sparked the social media frenzy.

Read some of the responses here.

But if that wasn't enough to tick you off, another Bieber b-roll emerged showing him standing on top of the Blackhawks logo while snapping a pic of The Cup. That's highly frowned upon in the locker room, as it's seen as a sign of disrespect for the team.

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