Monday, April 19, 2010

10 Questions: Marc Busenburg

Marc Busenburg played throughout pro hockey's minor league levels, including the American, United and East Coast hockey leagues as well as one year in the Swedish Elite League.

These days, Busenburg's an account representative at Euro-American Air Freight Forwarding.

In 10 Questions, Hound Central 5.0 asks NHL players -- past and present -- a few questions about their views on autographs. Former NHLer Ian Moran was the first to respond, giving us a few minutes of his time. Since then, there have been quite a few former NHL players who've responded. We truly appreciate the opportunity provided by Busenburg.

Hound Central 5.0: Did you collect cards/autographs as a kid? If so, who's your favorite autograph?
Marc Busenburg: Yes, I collected baseball cards. No. I didn't have too many autographs. ... Adam Oates.

Hound Central 5.0: Is signing autographs fun or a chore?
Marc Busenburg: Fun and a chore. Fun when signing for people, a chore when signing a room full of pieces to sign.

Hound Central 5.0: What's the weirdest thing you've ever signed?
Marc Busenburg: Someone's Forehead!

Hound Central 5.0: Best/worst cities for autograph hound/dealers?
Marc Busenburg: ?

Hound Central 5.0: Can you tell the difference between autograph dealers and collectors?
Marc Busenburg: ?

Hound Central 5.0: Does it really matter to you if someone is selling your autographs?
Marc Busenburg: If it's taking up time to sign everyone's stuff that wants an autograph, I may limit the number of signatures for one person.

Hound Central 5.0: Would/do you sign blank pieces of photo paper?
Marc Busenburg: Sure

Hound Central 5.0: Any items you won't sign?
Marc Busenburg: Nope, well almost anything

Hound Central 5.0: Most famous person to ask for your autograph? Most famous person you've asked for an autograph?
Marc Busenburg: "Mankind" from WWE

Hound Central 5.0: Black or blue Sharpies?
Marc Busenburg: Blue stands out more

Hound Central 5.0 and its correspondents thank Busenburg for his time in answering these questions. We appreciate his efforts, on and off the ice.

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