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Ultimate Hockey Trivia Quiz

A hockey trivia game designed to test your NHL knowledge! 10 questions per game. Question pool currently has 500 questions.

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Ready to test your hockey trivia skills?

1. In 1942, which coach invented the “dump and chase” strategy to take advantage of Toronto’s slow defense in the Stanley Cup Finals?
2. What did WHA stand for?
3. In a 2001 regular season game against the San Jose Sharks, which Florida Panthers forward logged over 40 minutes of ice time (the game was 65 minutes long and eventually ended as a tie after nobody could score in the overtime period)? It was one of the highest regular season ice time totals by a player in the modern era.
4. Mario Lemieux had several nicknames. Which of the following was not one?
5. “The Green Men” are two famous hockey fans that dress up in spandex suits, sit beside the opposing team’s penalty box, and try to agitate players. What team do they support?
6. Which former player forced the NHL to make a new rule in 2008 because of his antics in front of goaltender Martin Brodeur?
7. What is the best definition of a natural hat-trick?
8. Name the speaker of these famous words: “Hello Canada, and hockey fans, in the United States and Newfoundland”.
9. There is only one player in NHL history that has won the Conn Smythe Trophy on three different occasions. Who is it?
10. From 1981 to 2001, only three players won the Art Ross Trophy for the NHL’s leading point-getter. Can you name these three players?


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