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Got a minute? Pavel Kubina

By TOM JONES
Published May 27, 2004

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Pavel Kubina isn't one to sit down on the job.

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QUESTION: What's in your CD player?

KUBINA: Our Lady Peace.

QUESTION: Who would play you in the movie?

KUBINA: Who's the guy that was in that movie recently about the writer in the woods who goes crazy?

QUESTION: Johnny Depp?

KUBINA: Yeah, Johnny Depp. He'd work. (Laughs).

QUESTION: If you couldn't play hockey for a living, what would you do?

KUBINA: Play soccer.

QUESTION: What job wouldn't you want?

KUBINA: Anything in an office. I couldn't sit in an office or behind a desk for eight, nine hours a day. No way.

QUESTION: Who's the last guy on this team that you would want to room with on the road?

KUBINA: Andre Roy. He's always talking. He probably talks in his sleep. He would keep me up talking. I'd never sleep."

[Last modified May 27, 2004, 01:00:38]

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