NHL Entry Draft Interview Roundup

Posted by Michael Remis in Columns,Interviews,Interviews,NHL Draft on June 25, 2011 — 1 Comment

Day 2 at the 2011 NHL Entry Draft was an exciting day for us at Illegal Curve. Day 2 is more about business, and not so much about looking good for TV. The picks went by quickly and if you weren’t paying attention it was hard to keep up. Illegal Curve conducted various interviews throughout the weekend.

NHL Entry Draft, Minnesota Wild, St. Paul

You can see them after the jump

Doug Gilmour on his favourite memory of Winnipeg (hint: it involves the Viscount Gort Hotel)

Ron Hextall on the trade to acquire Mike Richards and his favourite memory of Winnipeg

Hockey Canada Head Scout Kevin Prendergast on the Canadian talent picked in the first round.

Paul Kelly Executive Director of College Hockey Inc. speaks about the U.S. College players picked in this years draft.

Brent Burns, Minesota Wild, NHL Entry Draft, Xcel Energy Center, San Jose Sharks

Newly acquired Brent Burns of the San Jose Sharks talks about his reaction to the move, and his thoughts on the best dresser in the NHL. Watch the video here.

Vancouver Canucks VP of Hockey Operations, Assistant GM & Winnipegger Laurence Gilman gives his thoughts on the return of the Winnipeg Jets

Skip Prince, USHL, USHL Commissioner, NHL Draft

Skip Prince Commissioner of the USHL gives insight on the growth of the USHL and first rounders Jamie Oleksiak, JT Miller, Connor Murphy & Tyler Biggs

Los Angeles Kings Scout Tony Gasparini gives his thoughts on how the Kings did at the draft.

Stay tuned to IllegalCurve.com for more sound bites and draft recap.

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    Your coverage has been really comprehensive guys.  I can’t begin to tell you how excited I am moving forward that I have a site like this to access everyday.