Take a look at Rich Clune's Twitter feed from yesterday, and you'll see sporadic updates from his life. Mostly it's working out, or hanging out with his brothers; all good stuff.
Take a look at it today, and suddenly, whoa, he went off and answered a ton of people's questions.
The subjects vary - from music, food, and everything in between - but of course, sports ended up being the main focus of most of the questions.
For example: what's priority watching at the Olympics?
If I could only watch one event it would be the 100 m sprint. https://t.co/bF5s08amjm— Rich Clune (@richclune) August 2, 2016
That's a good one. Thrilling, plus immediate gratification.
Then there's his favourite sports other than hockey...
MMA, boxing, most Olympic sports and Lacrosse. https://t.co/SwJOhuT67N— Rich Clune (@richclune) August 2, 2016
Chicago Blackhawks goaltender Scott Darling really wanted to know what he'd be doing if it wasn't hockey, though:
Get in the octagon https://t.co/YSwDJVC2j2— Rich Clune (@richclune) August 2, 2016
Considering what he does best on the ice, that's not a surprise.
Golf isn't up there, though. At all.
I gave up drugs, alcohol and golf in May of 2010. https://t.co/LPo2r7PNK6— Rich Clune (@richclune) August 2, 2016
But as it stands, hockey still remains priority for Clune. He re-signed with the Marlies last month, but getting back into the NHL is the goal.
You know, where he once faced off against Todd Fedoruk, who he names as maybe the toughest person he's ever fought, and survived to tell the tale:
I don't know? Todd Fedoruk maybe. I was 20 and I'm glad I didn't get hurt. https://t.co/giR5c0h6rY— Rich Clune (@richclune) August 2, 2016
As for the Marlies themselves? He'll be back in town soon enough!
The good things he's heard about relate to this year's crop of Marlies. Not Josh Leivo's chirps, though.
Yes not great. https://t.co/FQWXYijhmS— Rich Clune (@richclune) August 2, 2016
But when it comes to William Nylander...
Yes he's a beauty. https://t.co/tUfYyfipIo— Rich Clune (@richclune) August 2, 2016
And to this tweet, he simply responded, "Yes."