Teemu Selanne is a name synonymous with the NHL but this week he tried his hand at another sport, the 2015 Masters.
Changing the day job
Selanne has done it all in hockey. He's won a Stanley Cup, he holds the rookie points record and is a true legend to the game of hockey.
In his retirement, he has been enjoying his life, spending time in mid march hanging out with tennis star, Roger Federer and now he is caddying at the masters for finnish golfer, Mikko Ilonen.
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Selanne has always had a love of golf, he had his retirement commercial playing golf in a comedic, saying it was his last season in the NHL.
There is no doubt that he wouldn't have this opportunity if he was still in the NHL as he would be too bust trying to help lead the Ducks to another Stanley Cup and focus on the playoffs. But now that he is retired, Selanne is enjoying the fun things in life that make us smile.
Selanne, seen in the photo above, was rocking his Augusta National attire as a caddie for The Masters' Par 3 tournament.
In Teemu Selanne's documentary, 'Sel8nne' he talked about what his future held saying,
"I'm still wondering what I'll do when I grow up."
Well the answer to that question is anything and everything cool, whether it be hanging out with one of the greatest tennis stars of all time in Roger Federer, or caddying for a friend from his native country of Finland, Selanne is enjoying himself.
Some may argue that Selanne is not the biggest star caddy at the Masters as Rory McIlroy brought along One Direction's Niall Horan, but for hockey fans and all sports fans in genreal Selanne is the name on everyone's lips.
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