Adult Star Katie Michaels Attending NHL Game 7 Red Wings vs. Coyotes
GLENDALE, Ariz., April 27 /PRNewswire/ -- Katie Michaels, star of Barely Legal 100 and other fine adult films, and newest cast member of HBO's "Cathouse" series, has announced she is returning to Phoenix to attend game seven of the NHL playoffs between her beloved Phoenix Coyotes and the formidable Detroit Red Wings.
"After finishing up some business here at the Love Ranch near Carson City, Nevada I'm heading to Los Angeles for a few interviews and then on to Glendale for Game seven. I've been watching as many games as possible on TV. The Coyotes' total domination in game six makes me think we have an excellent chance at moving on to the second round!"
Katie Michaels is the most famous Coyotes fan there is. Before the Olympic break she made national headlines as the "Craigslist Hockey Loving Porn Star" when she placed a Craigslist ad selling tickets to a Coyotes vs. Rangers game. She sweetened the deal by offering to go to the game with the lucky fan that purchased the tickets. That led to national media attention and a job offer from Dennis Hof, owner of the "Love Ranch" and "BunnyRanch" as seen on the HBO series "The Cathouse."
"Well, this time around I won't be selling my tickets because my manager is insisting on going, and who can blame him this sold-out game is going to be awesome and I'll be sitting right behind Bryzgalov!"
Katie is a Philadelphia Flyers fan since her favorite player "Danny" Carcillo moved there in a trade from Phoenix. The Flyers have already moved on to the second round defeating the Devils four games to one in the series.
"I hope Shane Doan is back for game seven as he has been on our team for almost as long as I have been alive. We need him on the ice to silence the critics and bring round two of the playoffs to Arizona and keep the Coyotes here in Glendale where they belong."
Filming of the next season's episodes of "Cathouse" begins in mid-May and will air this Fall on HBO. The Red Wings head to Glendale at the Jobing.com arena for game seven on Tuesday. The NHL has set the start time to 6pm local time, 9pm ET.