UNLV Hockey Coach 'Grateful For '2nd Chance at Life' After Vegas Shooting


UNLV hockey coach Nick Robone says he's grateful to be alive after getting shot in the chest during the Las Vegas massacre ... and has vowed to use his 2nd chance at life to help other people.

TMZ Sports spoke with Robone, who says he's proud of the way his hometown has unified over the past week ... and he believes Vegas will bounce back from the tragedy.

Moving forward ... Robone hopes to kick-start his own foundation to give back to the youth hockey community ... and calls for other victims to speak with a professional about their experiences.

"Don't hold anything in. Talk about it. It might be difficult, but in the long run, I think mentally it'll help a lot of people."

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I'm gonna start following UNLV hockey. Proud of Nick Rabone.


Seems like a decent guy, glad he’s okay.


Great news!


I have to drop this 'who???' comments finally


Get better!



God Bless the police and emergency responders for saving lives. I don't know why the country singer didn't warn people about the shootings because many thought it was fireworks. If he would have done so instead of run off, he could have saved people. Also, Aldean showed up on a alt leftish hate group called SNL and should have done tributes to the victims in Vegas.



-Robone hopes to kick-start his own foundation to give back to the youth hockey community.-

Well, that's noble of you, Nick. All it took was getting shot in the chest to motivate you!


good luck to all the victims! Overcomers are the real deal!

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