Connor and Tom Cruise Share a Bonding Night at L.A. Kings Game

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Is there a better place for a father and son to bond than at a pro sports game? Not for Tom Cruise and his son!

Connor Cruise, who turned 18 in January, enjoyed yet another night out with his famous father to watch the NHL's Los Angeles Kings play on Tuesday. The two have become a staple in the crowd during their hometown team’s exciting playoff season.

Tom and Connor, an aspiring DJ, led a high-five parade from the crowd at the Staples Center after every Kings goal, as their team defeated the Chicago Blackhawks 3-1 to give the Kings their first win in the Western Conference Final and bring the series to 2-1.

Other celebs in attendance at Game 3 included actors Eric Stonestreet ("Modern Family"), Jim Belushi, Steve R. McQueen ("Vampire Diaries"), Matthew Perry, director Jason Reitman, broadcaster Erin Andrews, NBA forward Trevor Ariza, and former UFC champion Tito Ortiz.

While Cruise’s kids with ex Nicole Kidman were mostly kept out of the spotlight during their childhood, recently they've both been stepping out into the public eye much more. Connor's older sister, Isabella, 20, recently debuted a rockin' new haircut on Instagram, showing her penchant for punk style.

Seems like the Cruise kids are growing up nicely!

We'll have to see if Connor and Tom return on Thursday night for Game 4.

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