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03-09-2009, 09:41 AM
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Interview with Danny Kristo. It's up.

It's up now with Kristo.

Here it is. I felt much more confortable this time and I think it showed... Anyway, http://www.fanatique.ca/radio/pod-77.html

Hope you enjoy, he looks like a pretty good guy.


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He may be a few years away from it at the moment, but I'd like to hear his thoughts on Montreal's minor league affiliate teams. How aware is he of their ability to develop young players in Cincy and Hamilton? Does he know of the people involved in those organizations and of their track records? At some point, if he is to make the Habs, he will end up with at least one of those teams. Although he probably isn't looking that far down the track, it would be interesting to see how aware of them he is and their potential effect on his career.

Also, for fun, if he were to take part in that showcase All Star skills shootout, what would be his best move?

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03-09-2009, 12:02 PM
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Does he thinks he has what it takes to cope with the pressure that comes with playing in Montreal?

What part of his game does he thinks he has to improve the most in order to be successful at the professional level?

What player of the current Habs would he like to play with the most?


Good luck with the interview .

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I'd like to know who he thinks is the best Habs prospect. I'd like to know also who he thinks he'd be the best playing with in the actual lineup.

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How far away does he think he is?

What does he need to improve to make it to the next level (in his own opinion)

Is it strength? his weight? his shot? his aggressiveness?

Does he play with an edge?

Would he stick up for a teammate who received a dirty hit even though it would cost him a 2 minute for instigating in the NHL

Who are his parents? What are the things on which he doesn't see eye to eye with them and what are some that he does (notify that it does not need to be too personal)

Why did he start playing hockey

When did he realize he could make a living playing this game

Seriously... who is your favorite NHL team


And last but not least...


Does 0.002$ = 0.002¢ ?

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Do you have sisters ?

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Thanks guys for your questions, keep them coming!

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what do you think of Louis Leblanc? do you hope the habs draft him this summer?

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Start with a/s/l

If you like what you hear ask for pics.

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The perfect Sunday?

The perfect Sundae?

Does he smoke and like to take pictures? Vodka? Cars? Women?

What is the optimal shooting %?

How far can he toe drag?

His favourite brand of skate and stick!

Obama or McCain?

McNugget or McFish?

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The perfect Sunday?

The perfect Sundae?

Does he smoke and like to take pictures? Vodka? Cars? Women?

What is the optimal shooting %?

How far can he toe drag?

His favourite brand of skate and stick!

Obama or McCain?

McNugget or McFish?
Do people actually eat the McFish?

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K, its not because carbo got fired that you cant post questions keep it up.

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Set for next wednesday. Cant wait! Should be able to have the podcast for the next week end. Hopefully the sound is a bit better this time.

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Since being drafted by the Canadiens, does he use them more often in EA Sports video games?

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How do you see yourself as a player in the NHL? What do you think will be your biggest assets?



Great job again btw K., you rock


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Great job again btw K., you rock
You rock too I cant wait!!

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Here it is. I felt much more confortable this time and I think it showed... Anyway, http://www.fanatique.ca/radio/pod-77.html

Hope you enjoy, he looks like a pretty good guy.

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03-20-2009, 06:44 PM
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kostitsyn1489:

You did the interview with Kristo? Just heard it...great work buddy!

I like the questions! It showed you were prepared, I like how some of your follow up questions seemed to be unscripted but prepared you know? Anyways good work : )

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kostitsyn1489:

You did the interview with Kristo? Just heard it...great work buddy!

I like the questions! It showed you were prepared, I like how some of your follow up questions seemed to be unscripted but prepared you know? Anyways good work : )
Yeah I did. I really was prepared everything was, but I felt really confortable with him from the start and well didn't follow my plan as much as I thought I would. Added some questions on the fly and didn't really read all my questions, but more said it in a way i was confortable with at the time. Big difference from P.K.'s interview.

So I gotta say I'm really happy with how it went. I didn't listen to it alot, but from what I recall it's better then I expected.

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That's great stuff, thanks man !

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Yeah I did. I really was prepared everything was, but I felt really confortable with him from the start and well didn't follow my plan as much as I thought I would. Added some questions on the fly and didn't really read all my questions, but more said it in a way i was confortable with at the time. Big difference from P.K.'s interview.

So I gotta say I'm really happy with how it went. I didn't listen to it alot, but from what I recall it's better then I expected.
Thats it! Questions added on the fly! I really liked that aspect. I would have liked if all your questions were asked because I really like these sort of interviews.

Again, very impressive work, I really hope you can do more interviews like this, it was uber cool.

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Thanks alot guys. I hope I can get some more this season, but I think I'm pretty much done. I wish I could do that daily heh.

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