Justin Bieber coaches Jimmy Fallon on how to play hockey

Celebrity players, from left, Cuba Gooding Jr., Justin Bieber and Eric Lindros sit on the bench as Team Gretzky head coach Wayne Gretzky, top center, stands in the background during the first period of the NHL All-Star Celebrity Shootout at Staples Center, Saturday, Jan. 28, 2017, in Los Angeles. The NHL All-Star Game is scheduled to be played at Staples Center on Sunday. (Mark J. Terrill/AP)

Justin Bieber proved once again that he has some serious hockey skills.

The Canadian pop star stopped by the Tonight Show to teach host Jimmy Fallon a few hockey drills.

Bieber donned a custom Toronto Maple Leafs jersey with his name on the back, while Fallon repped a New York Rangers uniform.

Similar to a hockey parent getting their child ready to hit the ice, Bieber dressed Fallon in all of his equipment, including tightly tying his skates.

On the ice, Bieber first walked Fallon through how to skate.

“I think I’m getting it, I get it now. It’s like pizza, french fries, pizza, french fries,” Fallon said in the video.

“No, that’s skiing,” Bieber replied.

Throughout the video, Bieber helped show Fallon multiple hockey drills, including a “suicide” skating drill, puck handling and back-hand shots to the net.

This isn’t the first time Bieber has shown off his talent on the ice. In addition to playing shinny with Auston Matthews, Mitch Marner and Tyson Barrie on Boxing Day, he previously practised with the Maple Leafs and was even offered an ECHL contract with Bakersfield in 2012.

Bieber completed all of the drills with ease, while Fallon struggled and ended up crawling on the ice at one point.

Fallon then faced Bieber in a head-to-head shootout. Three out of Bieber’s four shots went in, including a slick shot over the goalie’s left pad. Afterwards, the duo hung off the side of a Zamboni while Bieber sang ‘O Canada.’

Earlier this year, Bieber challenged St. Louis Blues goaltender Jordan Binnington to a shootout bet. At the NHL All-Star game last month, San Jose Sharks’ Tomas Hertl pulled out an oversized Bieber mask to wear as he took his shootout attempt against Binnington.

If this video was taste of what’s to come, Binnington has a worthy opponent on his hands.

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