Matt Bomer: 'White Collar' Actor Watches 2014 NHL Stanley Cup Finals Game with Co-Star Tim DeKay, Posts Birthday Greeting on Twitter

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Cast member Matt Bomer poses at a premiere for the HBO television movie "The Normal Heart" in Beverly Hills, California May 19, 2014. The movie opens in the U.S. on May 25. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni

"White Collar" stars Matt Bomer and Tim DeKay were spotted and photographed at the 2014 NHL Stanley Cup Finals Game last Wednesday, June 11, at Madison Square Garden in New York City. The actors will be spending more time together as well as they work on Season 6 of USA Network's TV series.

According to the Just Jared report, there were other celebrities that joined Bomer and DeKay at the Stanley Cup Finals like Eric Stonestreet, Michael J Fox, David Duchovny and Gary Bettman, the Commissioner of the National Hockey League. Click HERE to see photos.

On June 12, Matt Bomer posted a birthday greeting for his "White Collar" co-star Tim DeKay via Twitter. "Happy birthday @TimDeKay! You are a prince among men, and I'm so lucky to have worked with you for 6 years," the 36-year-old actor wrote on his Twitter account @MattBomer.

The Carter Matt report claims the production for "White Collar" Season 6 is now in progress where the mystery on who abducted con-man Neal Caffrey (Matt Bomer) and why will be disclosed. According to the TVGuide spoiler report, Neal will return in the second episode of Season 6.

However, things are not going to be back to normal when Neal Caffrey returns. Furthermore, the details on how Peter Burke (Tim DeKay) found Neal are still unknown.

The FBI Agent will be the one to pull off a con in order to get Neal Caffrey out of the mess he was thrown in and his acting talents will be put to the test because Peter Burke has to initiate a fight as a diversion.

"White Collar" Season 6 is set to be the TV series' final season with only six episodes. The Deadline report claims there is still no official word yet but the USA Network and the series producer Fox TV Studios are finalizing the deal.

The report further noted that USA Network has a lot of projects lined up and plans to go through a changeover where the older shows will be replaced with new ones.

"White Collar," one of USA Network's well-received TV series starring Matt Bomer, is ought to have a proper ending just like the network's other established series such as "Monk," "Psych," "Burn Notice" and "In Plain Sight."

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