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Chillin' with ... Paul Stastny

Friday, 03.13.2009 / 10:00 PM / Chillin'

By Dan Rosen - NHL.com Senior Writer


What's on your iPod now?"I have all kinds of music from Brett Dennen to O.A.R. to Eminem to U2 to country to rap. I listen to everything."


What are your favorite websites?"Oh, you know, Yahoo, ESPN, the old Facebook and Amazon. I go to a lot of web sites. I get my scores on NHL.com."


Who would play you in a movie about your life?"Russell Crowe. Nobody has told me that before, I just think it. You know, he's a little thicker guy and I think he's got an attitude. He's not a quiet guy."


Do you cook, order in or go out?"I like to cook. I make a lot of chicken, meat dishes, dumplings, potatoes. I make a lot of sides, too."


Favorite TV show?"Definitely 24. I also like Lost, Entourage, Rescue Me and How I Met Your Mother."


Favorite movie?"The Usual Suspects, Gladiator, Braveheart, Lord of the Rings. I can take in anything."


What Hollywood starlette would you go out with?"It changes all the time. I think Megan Fox is looking good now, but I'm more of a blonde guy. It switches up every time I see a new movie or a TV show."


Favorite sports team of all time (excluding your team)?"It's probably the St. Louis Cardinals or Manchester United."


Favorite sports figure of all time (excluding yourself)?"I'd have to say Roger Federer. I play tennis all the time in the summer so I'm big on that."


Tell me a little something about your hometown?"I was born in Quebec, but lived in St. Louis for 15 years. I'd say St. Louis is my hometown. It's a big sports city. It's kind of unique. It has good suburbs, downtown. I think it's got a little bit of everything. It's a good hockey town, too."

Contact Dan Rosen at drosen@nhl.com.
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