20ish Questions with Canucks Teammates J.T. Miller & Jordie BennOn March 22, 2020 by Raul Dinwiddie
– What word best describes you? Not what I was gonna say. – No. – [J.T.] All right, Jordie. Do you use an alarm
clock in the off season? Why or why not? – In the off season? – [J.T.] Yeah. – No, never. – Never? – No, I don’t need to. – That’s nice. – Yeah, get up when I want. Name one song that pumps you up. – I like “Feelin’ Alright” by Joe Cocker. That’s me and a couple of
my buddies’ favorite song. That’s an easy go-to. Okay, I think I know the answer, but what word best describes you? – Manly. (laughing) – [J.T.] Not what I was gonna say. – No. Favorite movie and why. Give me your top – Top three? – [Jordie] Top three, yeah. – I’d say “Happy Gilmore”, I’ve
seen it since I was so young – [Jordie] That’s three? – I would say that’s three. (exhales nervously) I’d have to go, I don’t know, but “Hangover” and “Superbad”. I just feel comedy. [J.T.] Do you have a best three for you? – “Top Gun”. I would say “Wedding Crashers”. – [J.T.] I love “Wedding Crashers”. – “Me, Myself & Irene” is number one. – No way. – I love it. (laughing) – Such a weird movie. – It’s the funniest movie in the world. – [J.T.] Such a weird movie. – Why? – I don’t know. It’s a weird for number one.
– It’s unbelievable. It’s unbelievable. I laugh hysterically watching that movie. – Name something that
I’m assuming you possess that you’re frightened about losing. – Probably the watch my brother bought me. Just so I don’t have
to tell him I lost it. But it’s a really nice watch. – [J.T.] Deal with the big man? – Yeah, I don’t wanna have to tell him, “Hey, can you buy me another one?” (laughing) – What do you still have from childhood? – That’s a pretty good question. I just, I tell you what, I just
got a new wallet a year ago. I had the same wallet since
I was 12 or 13 years old. – [Jordie] Come on. – Swear to god. – [Jordie] Did it have
a Batman symbol on it? – It was velcro. The George Costanza wallet. All my buddies tell me, if you got hit with
this thing, you’re done. – Like a brick? – It’s a brick. It’s a straight up brick.
I had to get a new one. It had holes, but I actually
had it for 13 years. I kinda like this question. If you could time travel, would it be to the past or the future? – I would go back to the past. Just to see what the sixties
and seventies were like. Because I heard that was
really cool back then. What’s something about you that a lot of people wouldn’t know and do you have any hidden talents? – People probably don’t know that I used to be in a
bowling league in the summer. I have two balls, a pair
of shoes, the whole nine. – You ever bowled a 300 game? – I have not. 2-8-7, I believe, is my best. – 2-8-7. That’s a hidden talent in itself. – Yeah, that’s good. Two hundred average. I have no hidden talents. I do a lot of blue collar things that people think are
hidden talents, but… – Give me one. – I bowl. (laughing) I bowl. I shoot my bow a lot. – [Jordie] How accurate
are you with your bow? – Pretty accurate though.
We used to shoot a lot. I wouldn’t say hidden wise though. – No. – All right, cool. We had to be way better
than the other guys.