Found July 23, 2013 on
Puck Drunk Love:
If you saw one of your favorite hockey players, what would you do? Ask for an autograph? Try to make some weak conversation? Ask them to punch you in the face?
If you're these fans who followed Roenick around a golf course, the "punch in the face" option was at the top of the list. According to the description of this YouTube video, the group begged Roenick to punch their friend in the face. Roenick threw a fake punch, but continued on with his golf outing. The group followed him to the 18th hole and asked again. This time Roenick obliged.
The punch wasn't a hard one, but it's a memorable one for the guy who received it. The group hopes to make this a tradition. An odd and slightly painful tradition.
Roenick didn't appear to mind throwing a punch at a fan. Even though his playing days are over, Roenick still seems eager to fight. Back in 2012, Roenick wanted to fight a follower on Twitter. The event was supposed to be for charity, but th...
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One of the truest generalities in life is that when a man asks another man to punch him in the face, he usually gets punched in the face.
Hockey has added some civilization to the idea, but there's still plenty of not-exactly-discouraged punching in hockey, which partially explains why a hockey fan would want to get punched by retired hockey player Jeremy Roenick.
A group of...
NBC hockey analyst Jeremy Roenick was at Lake Tahoe last week for the Celebrity Golf Championship. Apparently a group of fans following Roenick pleaded with him to punch a dude in the face. Ever the gentleman, Roenick obliged with the request and punched a man in a Colorado Rockies hat very gingerly.
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