Are elisha cuthbert and dion phaneuf still dating

With her blonde hair loose and wearing a traditional long-sleeve lace-trimmed white gown, Elisha Cuthbert married her longtime boyfriend, hockey star Dion Phaneuf, in Canada yesterday. James Catholic Church (which was decorated with the initials D&E) on Prince Edward Island before heading to a lavish reception at their summer home.The Toronto Maple Leafs captain drove them the short distance home in a vintage Camero SS that Elisha, 30, gave him as a wedding gift.Is the actress best known for her roles in Happy Endings, 24 or Love Actually really single again? (read more)Cuthbert spotted alone A fan spotted Elisha Cuthbert walking alone, probably coming back from picking up her mail at the end of her several mile long driveway, on the afternoon of August 10, 2017. “Definitely yes,” says the fan, adding that “She was wearing a large sweater and looked really cute! A rep for Elisha Cuthbert was not immediately available for comment.Truth or rumor, when news that the actress was splitting hit the internet Friday (August 11), Twitter immediately exploded with pithy commentary. Ironically, Happy Endings left no one happy upon its ending. She appears in several photos on Elisha’s Instagram since she’s a full fledged family member.Her Wikipedia page points out named her television’s most beautiful woman in 2013. Since Elisha hails from Calgary, she grew up with a love of hockey. Canadians basically grow up instilled with a religious appreciation for the sport. Pearly even joins the Phaneufs on their boat outings on the water. She also appeared in the the movie “Old School” back in 2003.

For instance, Elisha posts selfies on snowmobile rides in California.

Reporters were waiting to speak with Avery about disparaging remarks he'd made last month about Flames star Jarome Iginla when Avery walked over to the group and asked if there was a camera present.

When told there was, he said, "I'm just going to say one thing.""I'm really happy to be back in Calgary; I love Canada," the Ontario native said.

"I just want to comment on how it's become like a common thing in the NHL for guys to fall in love with my sloppy seconds.

I don't know what that's about, but enjoy the game tonight." He then walked out of the locker room.