Presented by Mark 'Scoop' Malnowski, THN.com's Getting to Know asks hockey players and personalities a variety of questions that gives you, the reader, a glimpse into their lives.
by Mark Malinowski - May 12, 2013 10:10 AM EDT
The Washington Capitals GM talks about his hockey career and more in this week's Q&A session.
Status: GM of Washington Capitals. Former NHL forward from 1983-1989 for New York Rangers, New Jersey Devils and Winnipeg Jets. Won Hobey Baker Award as top collegiate player in 1982 at Bowling Green State University.
by Mark Malinowski - April 21, 2013 11:28 AM EDT
The Lightning forward talks about following his brother into hockey, his most painful moment, and more.
Status: Tampa Bay Lightning right wing. DOB: July 10, 1985 In: Denver, Co. Ht: 6-foot-2 Wt: 210 pounds First Hockey Memory: "I actually remember skating on a pond with a friend, chasing around my older brother.
by Mark Malinowski - April 7, 2013 10:35 AM EDT
The former NHL journeyman shares his hockey memories, greatest sports moment, and more.
Status: NHL left winger from 1991-2007 for New Jersey, Philadelphia, Minnesota, Chicago, Tampa Bay, St. Louis, Montreal, Nashville and Pittsburgh.
by Mark Malinowski - March 24, 2013 10:15 AM EDT
Tampa's rookie out of Harvard talks about his most unusual game, how he got his start in hockey and more.
Status: Tampa Bay Lightning center. DOB: Sept. 14, 1989 In: Halifax, Nova Scotia Ht: 6-foot-2 Wt: 205 pounds First Hockey Memory: "Is playing hockey at a park down the street - Windemere Park.
by Mark Malinowski - March 17, 2013 10:36 AM EDT
On this week's Q&A session, the Leafs GM talks about his early memories, greatest moment and more.
Status: Toronto Maple Leafs GM. DOB: May 25, 1966 In: Burnaby, BC First Hockey Memory: "Well, I had two older brothers, so, chasing them around the basement.
by Mark Malinowski - March 10, 2013 11:05 AM EDT
The Montreal grinder answers questions about his most memorable goal, closest friends in hockey, and more.
Status: Montreal Canadiens left winger. DOB: April 6, 1982 In: Stewart Valley, Sask. Ht: 6-foot-2 Wt: 218 pounds First Hockey Memory: "Either watching it on TV or playing hockey on a pond or the outdoor rink.
by Mark Malinowski - February 24, 2013 9:55 AM EST
In this week's Q&A, Chris Kreider talks about the strengest game he's been involved in and much more.
Status: New York Rangers center/left wing. HT: 6-foot-3 WT: 230 pounds DOB: April 30, 1991 In: Boxford, Ma. First Hockey Memory: "Pushing the chair around the ice in Charleston, where I first learned to skate.
by Mark Malinowski - February 10, 2013 10:50 AM EST
In this week's Q&A session, Washington's tough defenseman talks about his first NHL goal, meeting Bobby Orr and more.
Status: Washington Capitals defenseman. DOB: June 26, 1980 In: Kingston, Ont. Ht: 6-foot-4 Wt: 220 pounds First Hockey Memory: "Would be back when I lived in Kingston when I was around four and we had a big pond in the backyard and the city would come and put boards up.
by Mark Malinowski - February 3, 2013 9:10 AM EST
This week's Q&A session is with Tampa's Finnish defenseman, who talks about his childhood heroes and more.
Status: Tampa Bay Lightning defenseman. DOB: Sept. 2, 1974 In: Turku, Finland Ht: 6-foot-3 Wt: 212 pounds First Hockey Memory: "I think when I got a pair of skates for Christmas.
by Mark Malinowski - January 27, 2013 10:10 AM EST
This week's focus of our Q&A session is defenseman Cody Franson of the Maple Leafs.
Status: Toronto Maple Leafs defenseman. DOB: Aug. 8, 1987 In: Salmon Arm, B.C. Ht: 6-foot-5 Wt: 213 pounds First Hockey Memory: "Hockey school when I was a kid.
by Mark Malinowski - January 13, 2013 10:40 AM EST
This week's Q&A session focuses on the new Capitals agitator, who spent the lockout playing in Alaska.
Status: Washington Capitals right winger. DOB: April. 3, 1983 In: Anchorage, Alaska Ht: 6-foot-1 Wt: 191 pounds First Hockey Memory: "I think just skating on an outdoor rink - I grew up in Alaska - with my dad and family, mom and grandpa.
by Mark Malinowski - December 23, 2012 10:35 AM EST
Inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2010, this week's Q&A session is with one of women's hockey's first true superstars.
Status: Former forward for Team Canada. Subject of the book "Angela James: The First Superstar of Women's Hockey." Currently serves as Senior Sports/Recreation Coordinator at Seneca College in Toronto.
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