Exclusive 'Hockey Wives' clip: Noureen DeWulf and Tiffany Parros attend prenatal yoga class

Exclusive 'Hockey Wives' clip: Noureen DeWulf and Tiffany Parros attend prenatal yoga class

Last week on Hockey Wives, Anger Management actress Noureen DeWulf divulged a few of her pregnancy cravings. “My baby tells me a lot of things. He has told me that he loves to eat donuts and French fries. My baby loves sandwiches. He loves carbs,” she said, grinning.

Fans will recall how the pint-sized starlet bemoaned her pregnancy weight gain in the W network series premiere, telling best friend Tiffany Parros: “[I’m] 103 [pounds]. I want to kill myself. Do you understand what this is doing to me? To go over 100?”

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Noureen and Tiffany attend prenatal yoga classes

So when a heels-clad Noureen asked her BFF to join her for a pre-natal yoga class, it was hard for Tiffany – a no-nonsense fashion designer – to say no, despite the fact that she sees yoga as a “waste of time.”

“Tiffany gets her exercise at Barneys. You know, when she gets to walk around real fast to get shoes,” explains Noureen, who is married to Vancouver Canucks goalie Ryan Miller. (Tiffany is married to recently retired right winger George Parros).

Here, in an exclusive, never-before-seen bonus clip, the two friends attend an expletive-filled yoga class together – with hilarious results.


Airing Wednesday nights on W network, Hockey Wives is an eight-part docu-series that follows the glamorous lives of the wives and girlfriends behind some of the NHL’s biggest players.

After premiering last month to favourable reviews, the show has received praise from critics and audiences alike for its realistic portrayal of the women’s day-to-day lives. Along with the glitz and glamour, the show explores the other side of what it means to be “married to the game” – from dealing with trades and being apart to worrying about hockey injuries and future career prospects.


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