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Prospectus Q & A column archives.


February 20, 2012

Prospectus Q & A: Teemu Selanne

by Timo Seppa

Selanne on the Ducks' turnaround, trade talk, and how long his legendary career might continue.

February 6, 2012

Prospectus Q & A: Howard Baldwin On Bringing The NHL To Hartford

by Timo Seppa

Can Hartford rise from the ashes of Phoenix?

December 30, 2011

Prospectus Q & A: Geoff Detweiler of Broad Street Hockey and George Ays of Blueshirt Banter

by Timo Seppa

Timo chats with Geoff Detweiler of Broad Street Hockey and George Ays of Blueshirt Banter about the Winter Classic matchup of two Atlantic Division rivals.

February 23, 2011

Prospectus Q & A: David Staples of Edmonton Journal's Cult of Hockey

by Corey Pronman

Corey Pronman quizzes David Staples on the benefits of tracking scoring chances instead of relying on goal-based and shot-based metrics, something Staples has tracked in detail regarding the Edmonton Oilers for the past three seasons.

December 27, 2010

Prospectus Q & A: DeMaro, Colligan and Perrotto on The Winter Classic

by Timo Seppa

Rocco DeMaro, Mike Colligan and John Perrotto weigh in on all things Penguins: Mario, Sid, the new arena and what The Winter Classic means to Pittsburgh.

December 18, 2010

Prospectus Q & A: John Fischer of In Lou We Trust

by Timo Seppa

On Friday, Timo caught up with John Fischer, Managing Editor of In Lou We Trust, at New Jersey’s 3-1 Loss to Nashville, to try to make sense of what has turned into a Devil of a season for Lou Lamoriello, John MacLean and company.

May 26, 2010

Prospectus Q & A: Jarmo Kekalainen

by Timo Seppa

Timo Seppa speaks with the St. Louis Blues' outgoing Assistant General Manager and Director of Amateur Scouting Jarmo Kekalainen on his time in the NHL, the Combine experience, the keys to building a championship franchise, the state of hockey in Finland and his front office career.

May 6, 2009

Prospectus Q & A: Wacey Rabbit and Mikko Lehtonen

by David Laurila

The Providence Bruins forwards discuss one another and their vastly different backgrounds.

April 29, 2009

Prospectus Q & A: Bobby Sanguinetti

by David Laurila

The New York Rangers Prospect discusses being an offensive-oriented defenseman, his brief call-up, and growing up a Rangers fan.

April 23, 2009

Prospectus Q & A: Justin Morneau

by David Laurila

The Minnesota Twin discusses his love for hockey, his time as a backup goalie, and leaves us with some bold NHL playoff predictions.

April 21, 2009

Prospectus Q & A: Nick Foligno

by David Laurila

The Ottawa Senator discusses establishing himself in the NHL, his father, and life in Sudbury, Ontario.

April 17, 2009

Prospectus Q & A: Aaron Ward

by David Laurila

The Boston defenseman discusses winning three Stanley Cups, former teammates and his charity work.

April 8, 2009

Prospectus Q & A: Jarkko Ruutu

by David Laurila

The Ottawa Senator discusses his on and off the ice persona, Michigan Tech and Finnish Culture.

April 1, 2009

Prospectus Q & A: Patrick Marleau

by David Laurila

The San Jose team captain discusses his hometown of Aneroid, Saskatchewan, statistics and Head Coach Todd McLellan.

March 25, 2009

Prospectus Q & A: Colin Wilson

by David Laurila

The Boston University star discusses his game, being drafted seventh overall by the Nashville Predators and his grandfather's time in the NHL.

March 18, 2009

Prospectus Q & A: Jenny Brine

by David Laurila

The Crimson senior discusses women's hockey, family and life at Harvard.

March 11, 2009

Prospectus Q & A: Dwight Helminen

by David Laurila

The Carolina Hurricane discusses the quality of hockey play in Finland, statistics and his NHL debut.

March 3, 2009

Prospectus Q & A: Mike Grier

by David Laurila

David sits down one on one with the first US-born African-American player in the NHL to discuss topics on and off the ice.

February 27, 2009

Prospectus Q & A: P.J. Axelsson and Kimmo Timonen

by David Laurila

David Laurila starts off his interview series with two top Scandinavian stars and their views on America, the game, and how their respective countries color their views.