by Mark Malinowski - March 6, 2011 10:15 AM EST
The former Canadiens tough guy answers questions ranging from his favorite jersey, to first job and beyond.
Status: NHL right winger from 1980-1992 for Montreal, New York Rangers and Boston. Played for USA in 1987 Canada Cup. Was selected by Montreal 231st overall in 1978 NHL Amateur Draft.
by Mark Malinowski - February 27, 2011 9:40 AM EST
The Buffalo Sabres GM answers questions about his closest friends, earliest hockey memory and more.
Status: GM of the Buffalo Sabres and former NHL defenseman. Ht: 5-foot-11 Wt: 190 pounds DOB: Nov. 27, 1956 In: Swift Current, Sask. Hockey Inspirations: "Probably Al Arbour, because he wore glasses and I wore glasses.
by Mark Malinowski - February 20, 2011 10:25 AM EST
The Columbus Blue Jacket answers questions about his memorable moments, favorite players to watch and more.
Status: Columbus Blue Jackets center. Ht: 5-foot-11 Wt: 182 pounds DOB: June 11, 1981 In: Sudbury, Ont. Hockey Inspirations: "My dad was a big influence.
by Mark Malinowski - February 13, 2011 11:05 AM EST
We ask the former NHLer about his most memorable moment, first hockey memory and much more.
Status: NHL center from 1966-1981 with Detroit, Montreal and Pittsburgh. Played in 1971 and 1976 All-Star Games. Currently serves as a scout for the Florida Panthers.
by Mark Malinowski - February 6, 2011 9:55 AM EST
The 25-year-old, who is having a breakout season, answers questions from his life both on and off the ice.
Status: Tampa Bay Lightning right winger. Ht: 6-foot-2 Wt: 200 pounds DOB: Sept. 8, 1985 In: St. John’s, Newfoundland Hockey Inspirations: "I guess my parents.
by Mark Malinowski - January 30, 2011 10:20 AM EST
The Rangers Russian sophomore answers questions about his earliest hockey memory, childhood dream and more.
Status: New York Rangers center Ht: 6-foot-4 Wt: 200 pounds DOB: May 24, 1988 In: Yaroslavl, Russia Hockey Inspirations: "To play in NHL.
by Mark Malinowski - January 23, 2011 9:20 AM EST
A member of one of hockey's biggest families, Peter Dineen answers questions about his life in the game on and off the ice.
Status: Columbus Blue Jackets pro scout. Former NHL (Detroit, Los Angeles), American League (Maine, Moncton, Hershey, Binghamton, New Haven, Adirondack), and International League (San Diego) defenseman.
by Mark Malinowski - January 16, 2011 10:10 AM EST
The towering Tampa defenseman answers questions about his favorite memories, funniest players encountered and much more.
Status: Tampa Bay Lightning defenseman. Ht: 6-foot-6 Wt: 230 pounds DOB: Dec. 18, 1990 In: Ornskoldsvik, Sweden Hockey Inspirations: “It's always been my two older brothers.
by Mark Malinowski - January 9, 2011 9:51 AM EST
The Hall of Fame Montreal Canadien recalls his most memorable NHL moments, funniest players he encountered, and much more.
Status: Hall of Fame NHL left winger played for Montreal and Los Angeles from 1972-1985 Ht: 5-foot-11 Wt: 180 pounds DOB: July 1, 1952 In: Willowdale, Ont.
by Mark Malinowski - January 2, 2011 10:00 AM EST
The Tampa Bay Lightning center answers questions that range from his inspirations to his favorite ice cream flavor.
Status: Tampa Bay Lightning center. Ht: 6-foot Wt: 196 pounds DOB: Aug. 3, 1980 In: Thornhill, Ont. Hockey Inspirations: "Just love for the game is the biggest inspiration.
by Mark Malinowski - December 26, 2010 10:00 AM EST
The former NHL defenseman answers questions about his most memorable goal, game and much more.
Status: Former NHL defenseman for the Rangers, Hartford, Toronto and Detroit from 1980 to 1989. Currently serves as radio color commentator for Quinnipiac University hockey games and operates popular blog kotsyskorner.
by Mark Malinowski - December 19, 2010 9:30 AM EST
The Toronto Maple Leafs winger answers questions on which arena is his favorite to play in, his favorite players to watch, and more.
Status: Toronto Maple Leafs right winger. Ht: 6-foot-1 Wt: 218 pounds DOB: May 6, 1983 In: Fargelanda, Sweden Hockey Inspirations: "Like every young kid growing up in Sweden, at that time it was Mats Sundin, Peter Forsberg.
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