Former NHL Star, Jeremy Roenick, attempts to tackle a live alligator on a golf course!



Published on Oct 26, 2015
Jeremy Roenick attempts to tackle a live alligator on a golf course on video

Bizarre moment former NHL star attempts to tackle a live alligator on a golf course is captured on video
Former NHL star Jeremy Roenick attempted to tackle a live alligator with his bare hands during a recent golf outing
Incident captured on video by one his friend's shows him approach gator from behind before leaping to try and grab the gator
Alligator quickly slithered away as Roenick belly-flopped on the grass
Roenick played 18 years in NHL and is one of just three American born hockey players who scored at least 500 goals
During a recent golf outing, hockey legend Jeremy Roenick cheated death after he attempted to tackle a live alligator with his bare hands.
Roenick's momentary lapse of judgement was all caught on video by his friend and Sportsradio 94WIP morning show host Keith Jones and was shared on Twitter Monday.
The video first shows Roenick, who enjoyed an 18-year NHL career and is one of just three American-born players with at least 500 goals, slowly creeping up behind the monster gator.