When you think of the toughest enforcers to ever play the sport of hockey, Bob Probert is quick to come to mind.
The former Detroit Red Wing and Chicago Blackhawk released an autobiography titled "Tough Guy: My Life on the Edge" before his unfortunate passing in 2010.
Now, a documentary will be released on the enforcer to shed light into the tough lifestyle Probert lived on and off the ice.
You watch the trailer by clicking here or the link below in the tweet.
Directed by Geordie Day of Nightschool Films, the film is already completed and will be released in Canada in December 14th on the SuperChannel. His widow, Dani, executively produced the film which will be released in the United States in 2019.
Probert suffered a heart attack at the age of 45 while boating on Lake St. Clair.
Sitting fifth all-time in penalty minutes with 3,300, the Windsor, Ontario, product dropped the mitts 246 times over 16 seasons in 1,016 games ranging from 1985-2002.
The documentary will feature former NHLers Chris Chelios, Steve Yzerman, Joe Kocur, Tie Domi, Jeremy Roenick, Stu Grimson, Sheldon Kennedy, Tony Twist, Marty McSorley, Ptr Klima, Troy Crowder and Stu Grimson.