Sunday, September 18, 2016

CarterHud Exclusive: 5 Questions For The Ghost


Today I had the pleasure of interviewing Philadelphia Flyers defenseman Shayne Gostisbehere. Gostisbehere, or Ghost, as people call him will be a part of Team North America's defensive core in the World Cup of Hockey. North America consists of players from USA and Canada who are age 23 and younger. Gostisbehere 23, was a finalist for the Calder trophy for best rookie and helped propel the Flyers to a playoff birth.

Here are some of the questions I asked him:                                                                                                                                      
Q1: How does it feel to be named to play for Team North America at the World cup of Hockey?        
A1: It's a tremendous honor to be named to Team North America and I can't wait for the tournament to start.        

Q2: Who are you most excited to play with on team North America?     
A2: {I} can't wait to play with Connor McDavid as he was the number one pick.     

Q3: Who's the hardest player in the NHL to defend and why?
A3: {The} hardest player to defend in the NHL I believe is Alex Ovechkin. He's so powerful and has a rocket of a shot

Q4: Ivan Provorov is a young Flyers defenseman who is expected to make the team this year. Do you think he'll make a big impact on this Flyers team like you did last year?  
A4: I think Provy is an unbelievable player and should help us in all areas of the game.  

Q5: Last question, besides the Wells Fargo Center, what NHL arena is your favorite to play in and why?
A5: My favorite rink besides the Wells Fargo Center is probably Bell Centre {Montreal} {because} the atmosphere is great. 

Good luck to The Ghost in the World Cup and in the 2016-17 season.

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