Dierks Bentley took a break from life as a musician on Saturday night to engage in his other love: hockey. Bentley strapped on his skates in between balancing double dad duty, following the arrival of his second daughter -- Jordan Catherine -- born on Christmas Day.

Bentley hit the ice with his hockey team, the Nashville Iceholes, at their match 0ver the weekend. The 'What Was I Thinkin'' singer says he spends his Saturday nights paddling the puck when he's not out on the road -- a hobby he's held for ten years.

Bentley shares that hockey acts as a stress reliever for him -- a way to clear his head from the hustle and bustle of the road. He adds, "I've had more injuries playing music than I've had playing hockey, let's put it that way."

The Nashville Iceholes have made honorary players of some big country music names, including Brad Paisley, Gretchen Wilson and Keith Urban.

Watch Dierks Bentley Play with the Nashville Iceholes