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#52162711 / gettyimages.com DW: Whos your favourite player in todays NHL and why?KP: I like watching [Steven] Stamkos; hes big and rangy and has that great release. Hes a player. Offensively hes a threat every time hes on the ice. Its guys like that who are always fun to watch. #479303113 / gettyimages.com DW: If you could choose one team to play for in todays NHL, which team would you pick and why?KP: Probably the LA Kings because theyve had so much success and theyre built for the playoffs. Theyre not a team that has dominated the regular season, but come postseason time theyve been great. They find ways to win games and its always somebody different. Its a unique setup. So ya, probably the LA Kings. #146684222 / gettyimages.com DW: Whats the best prank you ever witnessed pulled in a hockey locker room?KP: The one that I always remember that gives me the greatest chuckle was the time Chris Therien took Daymond Langkows dress shoes, we were in Buffalo, and he had them glued to the ceiling in the locker room. Daymond obviously couldnt get them down because he wasnt tall in stature… even me at 65" wouldnt have been able to get them down! Its just one of those silly pranks. Im not sure where he got the glue or how he got them up there, but he did and it was funny.DW: Whats the most memorable game you ever played in the NHL?KP: I guess the most memorable game would have to be the fifth overtime in Pittsburgh. It was certainly the most memorable goal, back in 2000 in the Eastern Conference Finals. But also, the most memorable game personally might be Game 6 of the Eastern Conference Finals in 2004 where I was more involved offensively, I was all over the score sheet, and it was an elimination game we ended up winning. That was a very memorable game for me as well.DW: What is the strangest NHL moment you ever experienced in your career?KP: I dont know if it was a moment… I guess it was a moment in time. 1991 was my second year in the league, it ended up being a strike year, and that year I had gone back and fourth between Adirondack and Detroit literally four or five times. The strike occurred, we went down for the playoffs, got called back up when the strike ended, got sent back down when we ended up losing, and then went on to win the Calder Cup in Adirondack. It was just a very bizarre stretch of about three months in my career. #52409977 / gettyimages.com DW: I know you dropped the gloves against your brother - what was it like to fight a sibling on the NHL stage?KP: It was in the heat of the moment, and on reflection both Wayne and I agreed it wasnt the smartest thing wed ever done and swore it would never happen again. Its something YouTube has resurrected for me and is brought up in a lot of conversations as Im seen around town.DW: If the science behind concussions, and player safety was where it is today, do you think you might have approached the game differently as a player?KP: I dont know if I would, but I would definitely understand it better, so theres the chance that I would have approached it better or differently. The sad thing is, ultimately I cant say that I would have. But I agree that with the heightened awareness and the education thats occurred, certainly people are approaching it much differently than they did even as early as five or ten years ago. #53131589 / gettyimages.com DW: Tell me a little bit about the Stop Concussions Source for Sports Skate Sharpening Day youll take part in Saturday?KP: Source for Sports has been a huge supporter of Stop Concussions and a huge contributor to our growth and ongoing success. Theyve given us much needed resources in order to do the things we do that relates to education, and setting up a platform to stop concussions. One day a year Source For Sports and the participating franchises donate all the proceeds from the skate sharpening in their stores to Stop Concussions. Weve had tremendous success and appreciate all the work Source For Sports does for us.DW: And finally, because were here at BarDown, Im going to have to ask you - can you still go BarDown?KP: Oh ya (laughs)! 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