Former NHLer Jeff O'Neill has his truck and something even more important stolen

Published February 9, 2023 at 10:46

Mitch Marner was famously the victim of a carjacking last May after his Ranger Rover was stolen at gunpoint. Now a member of the Toronto Maple Leafs alumni and former NHLer, Jeff O'Neill has also become the victim of a theft. O'Neill who played 12 seasons in the league, is having a rough start to his morning.

The TSN broadcaster and on-air personality Jeff O'Neill shared that he had his truck stolen last night. In his truck though was something far more personal, and for every avid golfer, that much more important, his golf clubs. O'Neill is officially asking for whoever took his truck, to please bring his golf clubs back.

Whoever stole my truck last night , please bring my golf clubs back.

The 46 year old, was drafted 5th overall in 1994 by the Hartford Whalers. He played for three teams during his career, the Whalers, Carolina Hurricanes and the Toronto Maple Leafs. In 821 games played he scored 237 goals and 496 points. He was part of the only Stanley Cup win of the Hurricanes franchise winning the trophy during the 2001-2002 season, beating the Edmonton Oilers in seven games.

Any golfer out there knows just how frustrating this must be. While insurance will surely cover the truck, they'll never replace the hours that O'Neill has worn in on that driver or putter. Hopefully O'Neill gets lucky and get his clubs back.
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Former NHLer Jeff O'Neill has his truck and something even more important stolen

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