Status:Arizona Coyotes left wing
Ht: 5-11 Wt: 185 pounds
DOB: August 26, 1995 In: Pointe-Claire, Quebec
First Hockey Memory: "I remember when I first stepped on the ice when I was a little kid, with my dad."
Hockey Inspirations: "Win a Stanley Cup."
Last Book Read: "Theo Fleury, Playing With Fire."
Current Car: "Mercedes GLK (black)."
Greatest Sports Moment: "First NHL goal (vs. Minnesota). Winning World Juniors (def. Russia)."
Most Painful Moment: "Losing Canada Games in the finals."
Favorite Uniforms: "This one."
Favorite Rinks To Play: "Madison Square Garden and the Bell Centre for me, growing up in Montreal."
Why Do You Love Playing Hockey: "Just love the camaraderie that you build with your teammates. Become your family over time. And just winning together and sharing some experiences together. I can't really explain how it is but it's something really special."
Funniest Players Encountered: "Probably Kleiner. Kevin Klein. (Why?) He's really funny, always got something to say."
Fiercest Competitors Encountered: "Say (Ryan) Suter, from Minnesota."
Most Memorable Goal: "First goal probably."
Funny Hockey Memory: "Tryin' to think here...I don't know, to be honest."
Embarrassing Hockey Memory: "Oh, maybe going out to warm-ups when I was a kid with my skate-guards [smiles]."
Favorite Sport Outside Hockey: "Soccer."
Three Athletes You Like To Watch & Follow: "Datsyuk. Lionel Messi. LeBron James."
First Famous Player You Met Or Encountered: "Maybe Jean Beliveau. When I was in Montreal. My coach was Donald Audette at the time and he got us tickets to watch a Habs game. Met some players after the game but Jean Beliveau came down first, so, I met him when I was seven or eight."
Strangest Game: "Probably the one where Dan Boyle scored in the shootout. And we came into the room and started celebrating and then it wasn't over."
Personality Qualities Most Admired: "People that you can trust. Confidence is huge. Someone that's always gonna be there no matter what."
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