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01-27-2008, 05:54 PM
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Any question for Yannick Weber?

I'm gonna interview him someday this week and i need some good question for him. I already have some, but i thought it might be good to ask other people about it.

So if you have any "good" idea i'm gonna write it down and pick some of them when time comes!

Thanks.

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01-27-2008, 06:02 PM
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I can't think of a question, but ask him something that relates to Mark Streit

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01-27-2008, 06:23 PM
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Ask him if it is important for him to play in the NHL or if he received a good offer from a European League would he prefer playing there?

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01-27-2008, 06:34 PM
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Pretty much the standard questions I guess...

Who is his favoriate current NHL player?

Who would he compare his game too?

What are his strenghts and what are the things he needs to work on?

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01-27-2008, 06:44 PM
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For question i have about his game,

What do you have to work on to make it to the next level?
What should we expect to see from you on the ice?

For euro league vs nhl, I'M pretty sure it's NHL or he wouldnt be in ohl right now.

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01-27-2008, 06:45 PM
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- Does he know of Elisha Cuthbert?

- Would he like Komi to introduce her to him?

- Does he like cheese?

- What does he think of the socio-economic situation of the beleaguered Watusi tribe in North western Kenya regarding the wholesale deflation of prices of the local zebu cattle and what, if anything, does he intend to do about it and does he have an established timetable to accomplish it in??

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01-27-2008, 06:50 PM
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- Does he know of Elisha Cuthbert?

- Would he like Komi to introduce her to him?

- Does he like cheese?

- What does he think of the socio-economic situation of the beleaguered Watusi tribe in North western Kenya regarding the wholesale deflation of prices of the local zebu cattle and what, if anything, does he intend to do about it and does he have an established timetable to accomplish it in??
Well if anything i could ask him if he ever eat a Poutine before playing a game and how did he perform that night.

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01-27-2008, 06:56 PM
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What about his experience at the Worlds? What did he think about his performance?

Any interesting prospect we should know about from his country? Is fellow 88' born Jacquemet worth of a draft pick.

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what is his favourite team?

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What was your favourite NHL team growing up?

Who was your favourite player/ idol?

What are your favourite and least favourite part of being a hockey player?

Would you eat a monkey raw if it could get you the defensive abilities of a Zubov?

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About world and his country i have,

What are your thoughts about WJC?
How is Hockey growing in Switzerland?

In the latter I'M gonna try and get as much info as i can.

Btw for the one that didnt know, Weber does speak good french as he's born in the french part of Switzerland, but his roots are german.

Favorite player, i have "idol" but i could also add favorite player.

I'll also add favorite team.

I can tell you I'M gonna ask him everything, but I'll try an get the better one for the interviews.

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01-27-2008, 07:49 PM
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Is it true Swiss people bathe in chocolate and wash themselves only with Ivory because it's so neutral?

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What is his favourite drink?

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did many teams interview him before being drafted ?

by which team did he think he was going to be drafted ? was he surprised to be drafted by the habs ?

in which round did he think he would have been drafted ?

does the montreal canadiens give him some advices to improve his play ?

in his opinion, what aspects of his game does he have to improve ?

in how many years does he think he's going to make the nhl ?

did the montreal canadiens tell him that he must do this or that in order to be signed... ?

why did he come in canada to play hockey ?

did he receive offers to play in europe ?

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For favorite drink i ahve favorite food so i will add drink to it and thanks to tiredman for alot of questions I doubt they'll all be asked, but some sure will.

Keep posting guys!

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The problem is that even at 18 years old, hockey players are trained to give cliche answers to questions. Maybe Yannick will prove me wrong, and I hope so.

I think the Streit questions are kinda strange, since the only thing they have in common is birth country.

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01-27-2008, 08:20 PM
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The problem is that even at 18 years old, hockey players are trained to give cliche answers to questions. Maybe Yannick will prove me wrong, and I hope so.

I think the Streit questions are kinda strange, since the only thing they have in common is birth country.
Yea same. I first thought of a question, but you interview some guys so he talks of another guy isnt too great...

For cliche answer, it's really possible. Especially on the Habs, they probably gave course to every players they wer einterested in by mid season last year. Still it would really piss me off really haha... I worked for like 3 months on this and we finally somewhat set a time so yea, he better give me some pretty darn good answer!


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Yea same. I first thought of a question, but you interview some guys so he talks of another guy isnt too great...

For cliche answer, it's really possible. Especially on the Habs, they probably gave course to every players they wer einterested in by mid season last year. Still it would really piss me off really haha... I worked for like 3 months on this and we finally somewhat set a time so yea, he better give me some pretty darn good answer!

They did, it was in the schedule of both the development and rookie camp.

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Traditionelle ou crémeuse?

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I think the Streit questions are kinda strange, since the only thing they have in common is birth country.
Streit is probably still somewhat of a hero for Yannick. He is the captain of the Swiss National Team and he's one of the few Swiss Players to ever suit up in the NHL. That's something to look up too.

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Traditionelle ou crémeuse?

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Traditionelle ou crémeuse?
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I'm gonna interview him someday this week and i need some good question for him. I already have some, but i thought it might be good to ask other people about it.

So if you have any "good" idea i'm gonna write it down and pick some of them when time comes!

Thanks.
The question everyone wants to know. butter or margerine? Mayo or Miracle Whip?

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