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Next up: Michael Dorr of the Des Moines Buccaneers.
Name: C.J. Lee
Current Team: Green Bay Gamblers
Hometown: Staten Island, New York
Date of Birth: April 28, 1989
Weight: 175 lbs.
Stats: 13 goals, 11 assists
Previous Team: New Jersey Rockets
College: RPI (2009)
Ryan: What is your favorite and least favorite arena (outside of your own) to play in and why?
C.J. Lee: My favorite arena would have to be Waterloo because the atmosphere is great and the ice sheet is Olympic size. My least favorite rink would probably have to be Ohio. The times we played there we really didnt have a place to keep our gear and the games were scheduled really late at night.
Ryan: What were your thoughts and feelings when you found out coach Mazzoleni was fired?
CL: When Coach Mazzoleni's contract was terminated it was very shocking because we were about to leave on the road and it came out of nowhere. All I can say is that I respected Coach Mazzoleni as a coach and even more as a person and admired him for his positive and "never say die" attitude.
Ryan: Describe your USHL experience so far.
CL: Its been great so far. From the caliber of players, to the rinks, to how everything is done in this league is so professional. At first the transition was pretty tough but once I gained some confidence and was given a couple of opportunities I really picked my game up to the next level.
Ryan: What is the best part about playing for the Gamblers?
CL: The best part about playing for the Gamblers would have to be how close of a team we have. Although things haven't been going our way this season, we always stick together and play our hardest every game. Also the city isn't too bad with Lambeau Field and the Packers.
Ryan: What made RPI the right school for you?
CL: RPI was the right fit for me both academically and athletically. Ever since I was young I wanted to study engineering and RPI has one of the top programs. As for hockey, the coaching staff is great and I feel they are a team that is getting better and better every year.
Thanks to C.J. for taking some time to answer these.