What was your
My first game [in 2005]. We were in Chicago, and I'd had the flu for four days.
I was literally sweating on the bench, and when [the Blackhawks] scored their
first goal, I had only four guys on the ice.
When I was playing [as a Winnipeg Jets defenseman in 1985] and [opposing
center] Bernie Nicholls called my nickname—"Hey, Kitty"—and I passed to
him. He was alone in front of our net, and diving back [on defense], I hit my
calf on the post. I missed 10 days.
If I were
commissioner for a day, I'd....
That could get me in trouble.... I'd like to say something along the line of
officiating, but I don't want to. I'll go with getting rid of the shootout.
That's been a thorn in my side.
If I weren't in
the NHL, I'd ...
probably be coaching in the American Hockey League or the East Coast League or
junior hockey—wherever I could.
With Anaheim leading Ottawa three games to one in the finals, Carlyle was
drawing nearer to his first Stanley Cup.
Win or lose, Carlyle plans to spend his off-season hunting and fishing in his