Stefan Nubert

Lee Valley Lions Player Profile

Stefan Nubert – Netminder

Full Name: Stefan Nubert

Date of Birth: 25/09/1984

Place of Birth: Cardiff, Wales

Height: 6’2″

Weight: 80kg/ 12 1/2 stone

Colour of Eyes: Blue

Shoe Size: 13

Nickname(s): Stef, Newb, Newbie

First Job: B&Q lacky

Family/Marital Status: Single

Current Home: Shepherds Bush, I’m afraid

Pets: 5(!) hamsters

Favourite Food: Pasta

Favourite chocolate/sweets: None

Worst Food: Sauerkraut

Favourite Drink: Those new Kenco Cappio iced coffee drinks

Hobbies: Football, complaining about my degree, computer games, reading

Favourite room in the house and why: The den, it’s got my computer, TV, DVD player etc in it and a lock I can lock myself in with

Favourite TV programmes: Nip/Tuck, Rome, Family Guy, Red Dwarf and Home Improvement

TV switch-off: Hollyoaks, Home & Away and reality TV in general

Favourite film: Star Wars – The Empire Strikes Back

Favourite music/band: Rock and metal mainly, bands like Iron Maiden, AC/DC, Judas Priest, Offspring etc

Last CD you bought: Iron Maiden – The Trooper single re-release

First record/CD you ever bought: No idea

Most admired female: Colleen May

Best thing that’s ever happened to you: Hockey-wise – getting to bench warm in the Elite League. Off ice – getting into Imperial College and somehow staying on a 2:1 whilst playing hockey

Former clubs: Haringey Greyhounds, University Of London, Cardiff Juniors

Favourite hockey player: Patrick Roy and Grant Fuhr back in the day, Jose Theodore now

Favourite rink: Cardiff and Sheffield

Worst rink: Gosport, Bristol, Billingham, Ally Pally

Best ever game: Under 14s National A Cup Final playing for Cardiff against Durham, we won 3-2 in sudden death overtime coming from 2-0 down

Worst ever game: Playing for Haringey Greyhounds against Invicta Dynamos with 6 skaters last season (2004/05), just embarrassing

Worst injury: Torn hamstring, groin strain, concussion, fractured collar bone, hip abductor strain

Favourite shirt number: 33

Best thing about hockey: Being a goalie and getting to wear cool equipment

Worst thing about hockey: The politics and hockey parents in the UK

Which other sportsman would you most like to be? No idea, guess a football goalie possibly, no idea who though

If someone gave you £100,000 tomorrow what would you do with it? Buy a new set of goalie gear, and then use the rest to move into a bigger flat or make a deposit on a house

If you were on Mastermind what would your specialist subject be? Roman history (sad, I know)