LAKings.com caught up with Kings blue liner Davis Drewiske to ask six questions about what he does during the offseason.
A former University of Wisconsin team captain, Drewiske signed with the Kings as a free agent on April 1, 2008, and made his professional debut with the Kings AHL Affiliate Manchester Monarchs on April 4, 2008. After starting on the Monarchs roster last season, Drewiske had two stints with the Kings in 2008-09, finishing with three points (0-3=3) and 18 penalty minutes in 17 games with the Kings and 14 points (1-13=14) and 95 penalty minutes in 61 games with Manchester. Drewiske was also named Manchester's American Specialty/AHL Man of the Year on March 26, 2009 for his outstanding contributions to the community and charitable organizations during the previous season.
LAKings.com: What was the first thing you did after the season ended?
Drewiske: I hung out in LA for about a week before heading home... a.k.a. I got extremely sunburnt.
LAKings.com: Where are you living during the summer?
Drewiske: I live in Madison, Wisc. during the summer.
LAKings.com: How do you keep in shape during the offseason? Describe a typical workout.
Drewiske: Running, plyometrics, lifting, skating, straight legged dancing... It's hard but fun.
LAKings.com: What is your favorite summer activity?
Drewiske: It is a toss-up between golf, fishing and spending time with family and friends that I don't get to see much during the season.
LAKings.com: What was your favorite moment of the 2008-09 season?
Drewiske: Finishing on a high note with a win over San Jose (Recap | Kings 2008-09 Schedule and Results).
LAKings.com: What are you most looking forward to for next season?
Drewiske: Winning more games and having fun.
Talk about Drewiske in The Kingdom