NEW YORK — Justin Bieber’s newest hit is coming to the NHL, with the Boston Bruins’ Andrew Ference taking the lead on a new song.
Bieber, who scored 30 goals in 2012-13 with the New York Rangers, will be joined by the New Jersey Devils’ Andrew Fasth, Boston’s Ference and Los Angeles Kings’ Adam Henrique.
Bauer’s new song, “Justin,” was inspired by his relationship with his father, former Boston Bruins defenseman Ryan.
Fatemeau, a former defenseman, will also be a part of the track, with his voice being replaced by the voice of former NHL defenseman Scott Gomez.
The song features the Boston logo on a red background, and is slated for release on the NHL Network on Tuesday, Feb. 13.
Biesler is the first player in NHL history to score 30 goals with a team he once played for.
He has scored 27 in his career, including his first career hat trick in February.