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Chillin' with ... David Hale

Friday, 11.28.2008 / 10:00 PM / Chillin'

By Dan Rosen - NHL.com Senior Writer


What's on your iPod now? "Right now there is tons of Christmas music; anyone that will do Christmas songs, really. I love Christmas. And, I have a lot of The Killers on there."


What are your favorite web-sites? "I don't really know. It kind of goes on and off. To be honest I don't have any favorites. Every once in a while I'll go on The Onion. I go on NHL.com, of course."


Who would play you in a movie about your life? "I've answered this question before and the last time I think I said Rusty from National Lampoon's Vacation. I don't know, just one of the Rustys. I think the guy from Sixteen Candles. Do you know that actor? Anthony Michael Hall, I think. I think I might have resembled him when I was younger."


Do you eat in, order in or go out? "I eat out and cook. I try to change it up every once in a while, but I'll help my wife every once in a while make homemade pasta. She does most of the work."


Favorite TV show? "House. I just like the characters in it."


Favorite movie? "I don't mind Johnny Depp and I like the movie Blow."


Favorite sports team of all time (excluding your team)? "Growing up I really liked the Canadiens. I actually had a Canadiens Starter jacket with my name embroidered on it."


Favorite sports figure of all time (excluding yourself)? "Tiger Woods because of the fact that he's so young and he's accomplished so much."



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