Oct. 28, 2008
Garrett Regan has seen action in 119 career games with the Irish, scoring 24 goals, to go along with 22 assists for 46 points. The three-time Monogram winner has played in all five games so far this season, and looks to bounce back after battling an ankle injury for most of the ’07 campaign.
1. If you could be any superhero, who would you be?
I guess Superman. I don’t really watch superheroes.
2. What television show would you like to make a cameo on?
Two and a Half Men
3. Do you have any pregame rituals/superstitions?
Not really. I just try to keep everything the same before every game.
4. What’s the most notable thing about your hometown?
It’s on the Mississippi River
5. Do you have any nicknames?
6. What is the hardest thing about being a student-athlete?
Just balancing the load from school and from hockey and keeping everything in check all the time.
7. If you could have dinner with anyone, dead or alive, who would it be?
Jim Morrison, because he’s a fascinating guy, and I think he would have a lot to say
8. What is the coolest thing you had in your bedroom growing up?
A signed letter from Mario Lemieux
9. When you were little, who was your favorite cartoon character?
10. What do you miss the most about being at home?
11. What has been the biggest game of your career?
When we won the CCHA Championship against Michigan during my sophomore year.
12. If you could have your own energy drink, what would it be called?
Pat Gaul Energy
13. What song do you love to listen to but are embarrassed to admit it?
The Soft Parade by The Doors
14. What’s your theme song?
No Leaf Clover by Metallica
15. If you were stranded on an island, what three things would you want to have with you?
Some food, my computer and my iPod
16. Where do you want to be in 10 years?
Working somewhere I like with a good family
17. What is your favorite place at Notre Dame?
18. What artist takes up most of your iPod/music player?
19. Describe your perfect day – who would you spend it with, what would you do, and where would you be?
Hanging out somewhere, not doing much
20. What does being part of the Fighting Irish mean to you?
It’s an honor to be part of the tradition and to play for an up-and-coming program. It means a lot.