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Five questions with MSU hockey: Zach Osburn

February 3, 2017
Sophomore defenseman Zach Osburn (2) celebrates with his teammates after the second goal of the game by freshman defenseman Damian Chrcek (7) during the first period in the exhibition game against U.S. National Team Development Program U-18 Program on Dec. 4, 2016 at Munn Ice Arena. The Spartans led the first period, 2-1.
Sophomore defenseman Zach Osburn (2) celebrates with his teammates after the second goal of the game by freshman defenseman Damian Chrcek (7) during the first period in the exhibition game against U.S. National Team Development Program U-18 Program on Dec. 4, 2016 at Munn Ice Arena. The Spartans led the first period, 2-1. —
Photo by Nic Antaya | and Nic Antaya The State News

Each week, The State News will interview a member of the MSU hockey team and ask questions that aren't just related to hockey. Last time, The State News interviewed senior forward Joe Cox.

This week, The State News interviewed sophomore defenseman Zach Osburn.

The State News: The first question is (what is) your dream vacation?

Zach Osburn: I’d have to go somewhere sunny. I went to Hawaii and stayed at Waikiki one year, and that was a lot of fun for me. But, I think I’d really like to go to Maui. So I think that’d be my dream vacation spot.

SN: And then the second question is (what is) your favorite place to eat in East Lansing?

ZO: That’s a tough one. That’s a real tough one. I’m a big sushi guy, so it might have to be Sansu over by (The Lodges of East Lansing). Really good, really good, big sushi guy.

SN: You can only have one song on your playlist for the rest of your life. What would that song be and why?

ZO: It probably would have to be a country song. I don’t really know who my favorite artist is. I do like “Smooth” by Florida Georgia Line.

SN: (Joe) Cox wanted me to ask you who’s your favorite captain you’ve ever played for?

ZO: Oh, Joe wanted me to answer that one? Probably Michael Ferrantino, just to make Joe mad or something. No, Joe’s a great captain. I’m glad I get to play under him.

SN: And then finally, I’m interviewing Sam (Saliba) next week. What question would you want me to ask him?

ZO: Who is his favorite sophomore?

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