'I told you so!' That was Carrie Underwood watching youth hockey in Edina

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If you happened to be in Edina last week and you thought you saw Carrie Underwood – well you probably weren't mistaken.

The American Idol winner visited the Minnesota Made Ice Center between concerts in Wisconsin and North Dakota. The star didn't plan a concert for Minnesota this tour, but she will back in Wisconsin in October.

According to the Star Tribune, she was watching her friend's son play in the Stars and Stripes youth hockey tournament.

Underwood seems to like hockey considering her husband – Mike Fisher – plays professionally for the Nashville Predators. She recently celebrated his 1,000 NHL game, says AOL.com.

People were naturally excited, and some snapped photos to put online (or just shared their thoughts):

https://twitter.com/EmilyLange21/status/728794538500706304

https://twitter.com/Minnesota93/status/730766761600024576

https://twitter.com/Charley_Walters/status/730021833957769217

https://twitter.com/kaykay0715/status/730765216863141889

https://twitter.com/Way2Grizzled4U/status/730798772159152128

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