Getting To Know

Marc Savard

Marc Savard

by Mark Malinowski - January 9, 2009 10:35 AM EST

The Boston Bruins leading scorer reveals a few personal feelings on his favorite hockey memory to his most painful moment.
Status: Boston Bruins center HT: 5-foot-10 WT: 196 pounds DOB: July 17, 1977 In: Ottawa, Ont. Hockey Inspiration: "Wayne Gretzky.


Kyle Wellwood

Kyle Wellwood

by Mark Malinowski - December 27, 2008 4:25 PM EST

We peel back the layers of the Canucks center to reveal things like his favorite movies, first job, top goal and more.
HT: 5-foot-10  WT: 180 pounds DOB: May 16, 1983   In: Windsor, Ont. Hockey Inspirations: "I guess I liked watching Lemieux, Mogilny, just guys that scored pretty goals.


Niklas Hagman

Niklas Hagman

by Mark Malinowski - December 20, 2008 1:25 AM EST

The Toronto Maple Leafs winger answers questions ranging from his first hockey memory to his favorite ice cream flavor.
HT: 6-foot-0 WT: 205 pounds DOB: Dec. 5, 1979 In: Espoo, Finland Hockey Inspirations: "My dad used to play, so I pretty much grew up at the rink.


Andre Roy

Andre Roy

by Mark Malinowski - December 12, 2008 11:53 AM EST

The Flames tough guy reveals his inspirations in hockey, his favorite ice cream, his first job and much more.
HT: 6-foot-4 WT: 229 DOB: February 8, 1975 In: Port Chester, New York Hockey Inspirations: "I think, growing up and being a Habs fan, I used to watch Guy Lafleur.


Wade Redden

Wade Redden

by Mark Malinowski - December 5, 2008 11:20 AM EST

We talk to Wade Redden who answers questions on everything from his inspirations to his funniest hockey moments.
HT: 6-foot-2 WT: 212 DOB: June 22, 1977 In: Lloydminster, Sask. Hockey Inspirations: "I’m from Lloydminster, Sask., which is about two hours from Edmonton and I grew up watching the Oilers – Gretzky, Messier and all those guys.


Willie Mitchell

Willie Mitchell

by Mark Malinowski - November 23, 2008 10:05 AM EST

Most memorable moment? First car? Last vacation? The Canucks blueliner gives THN the scoop.
Status: Vancouver Canucks defenseman. Ht: 6-foot-3  Wt:  205 pounds DOB: April 23, 1977 In: Port McNeill, B.C. Hockey Inspirations: "My grandfather (Les) – he played back in the day.


Gary Roberts

Gary Roberts

by Mark Malinowski - November 14, 2008 8:53 AM EST

Tampa's ageless wonder answers questions ranging from his nicknames to favorite ice cream to most painful moment.
Status: Tampa Bay Lightning left winger. Ht: 6-foot-1  Wt: 190 pounds DOB: May 23, 1966  In: North York, Ont. Hockey Inspirations: "Well, obviously Lanny McDonald was the guy I played with early in my career who was an inspirational leader for me and who taught me how to act on and off the ice.


Jeff Finger

Jeff Finger

by Mark Malinowski - November 7, 2008 9:54 AM EST

Toronto Maple Leafs defenseman Jeff Finger answers questions ranging from his closest NHL friends to favorite movie.
Status: Toronto Maple Leafs defenseman. Ht: 6-foot-1  Wt: 205 pounds DOB: December 18, 1979 In: Houghton, Mich. Hockey Inspirations: "Mario Lemieux was my favorite player, and Scott Stevens.


Patrick Kane

Patrick Kane

by Mark Malinowski - November 1, 2008 8:33 AM EDT

Last season's Calder winner answers questions ranging from his favorite ice cream to his most memorable goal.
Status: Chicago Blackhawks right winger. Ht: 5-foot-10  Wt: 163 pounds DOB: November 19, 1988 In: Buffalo, N.Y. Hockey Inspirations: "I think, growing up, obviously being from Buffalo, you got (Pat) LaFontaine, (Alex) Mogilny and I was a big fan of Joe Sakic, too.


Bryan Murray

Bryan Murray

by Mark Malinowski - October 24, 2008 9:03 AM EDT

The Senators GM answers questions ranging from his favorite ice cream to funniest hockey memory.
Status: Ottawa Senators GM DOB: December 5, 1942 In: Shawville, Que. Hockey Inspirations: "Gordie Howe probably as much as anybody.


Henrik Lundqvist

Henrik Lundqvist

by Mark Malinowski - October 12, 2008 8:51 AM EDT

The Rangers goalie answers a variety of questions ranging from his nicknames to his favorite cereal.
Status: New York Rangers goaltender. Ht: 6-foot-1  Wt: 194 pounds DOB: March 2, 1982 In: Are, Sweden Hockey Inspirations: "Patrick Roy and Dominik Hasek.


Steven Stamkos

Steven Stamkos

by Mark Malinowski - October 2, 2008 10:26 AM EDT

The No. 1 pick in the last NHL Entry Draft answers questions about his inspirations, music, food, junior memories and more.
BY MARK MALINOWSKI Status: Tampa Bay Lightning center   HT: 6-foot-0 WT: 176 pounds   DOB: Feb. 7, 1990 In: Markham, Ont.   Hockey Inspirations: "I'd probably say my dad.


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