June 21, 2024

EHC Cracking Matthew Mayoni in A-Z Interview: My Love: Hockey and Music

EHC Cracking Matthew Mayoni in A-Z Interview: My Love: Hockey and Music

A to Z interview with Matthew Mayune: The 30-year-old Canadian defender moved this week from Dynamo KHL Riga at EHC Munich.

A to Z: Mr. Mayoni, welcome to EHC Munich! Have you been wondering what song you are playing for the new teammates, after all, you not only know the wonderful skills as a hockey player, but also for her vocal performance with the guitar.
MATHEW MAYONNE: (Laughs) No. But yeah, I love the music. It is a hobby that I rise to most for me, where I am very more myself, completely down power. Some do it with reading, others with video games, and for me it is just the world of music, where I then abtauche. I love playing guitar and singing, I’m just still happy.

How good are you
I’m not as good as I would like it to be, but it’s perfect for me to head up to get a free troop refueling. I would say my skills come in waves. In summer, when I have more time, and I play better, then the muscle memory takes control and I can play with a certain ease. And in the winter when I have less time, and I forget the bulk again (laughs).

“Hockey and music are my passions”

What kind of music do you listen to?
I have a very broad taste in music. But I prefer the guitar. I think therefore I can express myself and my feelings better, my brother, however, is totally fixed on the electrics. But I like rocks, folk rocks, but also mineral. Everything is okay. Hockey and music are my great passions.

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Then Passion Hockey: What is the key to signing at EHC?
Well, my Dynamo Riga team was now not in the qualifiers and KHL do, but I had the feeling that physically and mentally there is still quite a lot to give. Then, when the request came from Munich, he was a smart draw over the club and the city. I have a good friend Derek Roy called the mine completed and said nothing but better about the organization and the city, and I fired up pretty. After talking to Don Jackson it was clear that his idea of ​​hockey with his likes is almost identical. And I can only say: This man is a legend! He was in the NHL, was taken with the Stanley Cup, Wayne Gretzky as coach, and he got everything there to win. And maybe you should always walk around with a recorder when it says something, so I miss something. I’d be better as a sponge that would absorb everything Jackson has to say – and he has a lot more to say!

Matthew Mayune runs on a future for EHC.

Next Recruiting: EHC Munich bound by Matthew Mayune



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Why did you decide to make the move from Canada into a worldwide hockey major six years ago?
Currently. I had to play from shows in AHL, but I have to say in all honesty I made more money in my first year in Europe than I had done so in AHL. I have always been someone who likes to try new things and get into an adventure. I am half Italian, half Greek, but I was born and raised in Canada. We are often used to Europe, and families visit my parents, so Europe was for me never a cultural shock when a number of North American players initially find it. But I had to for me to know if this was a life that made for me. I was lonely at the time, traveling alone, I didn’t speak languages, and I was in foreign countries and cultures. If you do, then you should feel comfortable with it, not feel comfortable. Because at first you don’t feel well. But I loved that life. When you are clear, you just want to experience as many things as possible.

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“I was an athlete, of course, always interested in how the body works,” he said.

Her motto of life is ignorance and trust – why is that?
I change over and over again, but I like ignorance means in the course of doing things – only with confidence – because you just aren’t worried that it might possibly trigger Shitstorm or negative reactions. I think many players in hockey lack their potential because they are afraid of making mistakes. But hockey is a game of bug. I let myself be afraid of making mistakes, not preventing them from trying things and taking risks. If you do all this with confidence, ignorance and fear can be a powerful force.

You realize you have a degree in Psychology. Can it help you in the game sometimes?
On the contrary (laughs). But seriously. I have a degree in Psychology and Biology, but changes in both areas I would like to make strongly refresher courses a lot. Of course I was always interested in as an athlete, how the body works – this is how the psyche, the head work. If both go together, the head helps the body – and vice versa.

the perfect mind in healthy body.
exactly.