Who is model Natalie Gauvreau as Dallas Stars NHL fan goes viral on Instagram

Who is model Natalie Gauvreau as Dallas Stars NHL fan goes viral on Instagram

Here is all you need to know about Natalie Gauvreau, a Dallas Stars fan who went viral on Istagram during the NHL game 

A stunning fan went viral during the NHL playoffs between Stars-Golden Knights Game 7 and users on social media cannot stop talking about her.

She was identified as Natalie Gauvreau. The pretty woman was seated behind Dallas Stars head coach Peter DeBoer as the cameras focused on him and the players. 

Who is model Natalie Gauvreau as Dallas Stars NHL fan goes viral on Instagram during playoffs game

The stunning blonde was, as everyone knows, the NHL team’s fortunate charm throughout their postseason run, which ended in a heartbreaking Game 7 overtime loss to the Flames in 2022. 

Who is Natalie Gauvreau?

Natalie Gauvreau is a content creator who is on Instagram with the username @natalie_gauvreau where she has around 475k followers as of this writing. As per her bio, she travels between Toronto to Texas.

She returned to her cosy seat for Game 7 of the Stars-Golden Knights series on Sunday night, having spent years delighting NHL playoff fans from behind the Dallas Stars bench. 


She often posts steamy pictures of herself on her social media account showing her stunning physique. Not much is known about her personal life and she has kept it out of the limelight. If you go through her reel-sharing profile, you will get a lot of selfies of hers travelling around the world. 

Natalie also has another profile on Instagram with the username @ai.sngvip with 20.9k followers posting AI-generated images of her. The account with the name SexyNateG has posted around 154 AI-generated pictures looking stunning in all of them. 


Meanwhile, Sunday at American Airlines Centre, the Dallas Stars upset the defending champion Vegas Golden Knights 2-1 in Game 7 of the Western Conference First Round.

After losing the first two games at home, Dallas—the team ranked first in both the Central Division and the Western Conference—went on to win four of the following five games to win the series.


In the second round, the Stars will take on the Colorado Avalanche, who defeated the Winnipeg Jets in five games. While Wyatt Johnston and Radek Faksa scored, Jake Oettinger of the Stars made 22 saves. Brett Howden scored for the Golden Knights, the second wild card from the Western Conference, while Adin Hill made 22 saves.