Five Questions With Lucais Meyskens

Lucais Meyskens - Wallaceburg Lakers

Lucais Meyskens blocks a shot for the Wallaceburg Lakers in 2014 – Photo by Jocelyn McLaughlin/

Lucais Meyskens is a 21-year-old hockey player from Wallaceburg, Ontario, who currently plays for the Wallaceburg Lakers.

Named the Wallaceburg Lakers‘ best defensive forward in 2014, Meyskens, a Wallaceburg District Secondary School graduate, is playing in his final season of Great Lakes Junior C eligibility.

Below are Lucais Meyskens’ answers to CKSN’s Five Questions:

1. What is your career sports highlight/top memory?

I would have to say getting my first Junior C hat trick against Essex 73’s would be right up there.

2. Who is your favourite professional sports team and athlete?

The New Jersey Devils and for a player, Scott Stevens and for goalie Martin Brodeur.

3. If you could achieve one thing/goal in sports, what would it be?

Make the NHL, but that’s not going to happen, so right now I would say making the playoffs and try to go all the way.

4. Who has been your biggest sports influence and why?

Have to be my parents, without them I wouldn’t be the player I am today. They pushed me hard my whole sports career and did whatever they could to make me a better athlete.

5. What do you love most about playing sports?

I love how competitive it gets and makes you that much better of an athlete and for meeting so many people I have some life time because of sports.

Five Questions is a weekly feature on the Chatham-Kent Sports Network. We’ll ask athletes from across Chatham-Kent Five Questions, and post their answers every week. If you know an athlete or coach we should question, or you’re an athlete or coach who would like to participate in “Five Questions,” please email us at

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    Daveo 5 years

    Do you read your interviewee’s answers before you post them? Here’s hoping you aren’t an English teacher…

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      Usually I’d be mad when a comment like this comes in, but I just re-read the article, and did a few edits, because I saw it was riddled with mistakes. Although I “posted” the article, I didn’t personally upload it. That honour in fact went to a student volunteer.

      My apologies for the lack of quality control, I’ll make sure I do a better job of editing these posts in the future. The blame goes to me for not checking it thoroughly prior to publishing.

      Thanks for the feedback!