He may have the No. 1 album in the country this week, but crooner Michael Buble says he still has one outstanding career goal: to hit the ice with the Vancouver Canucks hockey team!
"I fell short of my dream," the singer, who released Crazy Love last Friday, says in a new interview filmed at New York City's Madison Square Garden during a recent concert tour stop. (Watch a clip above)
"My dream would have been to play for the Vancouver Canucks and beat the crap out of the Rangers team for the Stanley Cup," Buble, 34, jokes. "I missed it by that much, and now I'm playing [a concert] here. I would have preferred 41 games a season, but I'll take one night."
The Grammy-winning Buble, a British Columbia, Canada native, became a part owner of the major junior ice hockey team the Vancouver Giants, in 2008. Crazy Love is his third studio album.