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1967–68 NHL season: Quiz

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Question 1: Even a late season trade of Ullman and Paul Henderson for Toronto star ________ and future Blues star Garry Unger was too little, too late.
Frank MahovlichDavid Smith (Canadian Senator)Anne CoolsJacques Demers

Question 2: Boston obtained ________, Ken Hodge and Fred Stanfield in a blockbuster trade with Chicago.
Alex DelvecchioTony EspositoPhil EspositoMike Eruzione

Question 3: Three New York Ranger players, including Rod Gilbert, Arnie Brown and ________ were fined $500 by their team.
André BoudriasPat Quinn (ice hockey)Orland KurtenbachVancouver Canucks

Question 4: [3] Owner Jack Kent Cooke had purchased the ________'s Springfield Indians for $1 million to bolster the Kings roster.
2009–10 AHL seasonAmerican Hockey League2001–02 AHL season1977–78 AHL season

Question 5: ________ may have been deemed too old by the Black Hawks, which left him unprotected in the expansion draft, but not for the St. Louis Blues, who rode his five shutouts to a third place finish.
Jacques PlanteGump WorsleyGlenn HallTerry Sawchuk

Question 6: Though he missed action with a knee injury, Orr still won the ________ as the league's top defenceman.
James Norris Memorial TrophyHart Memorial TrophyLady Byng Memorial TrophyCalder Memorial Trophy

Question 7: On February 24, 1968, Rogatien Vachon of Montreal was the victim of four goals by ________, who set an NHL record with 16 shots on goal.
Vic HadfieldLou NanneJean RatelleRod Gilbert

Question 8: Paced by ________, who had 6 shutouts and a 1.98 goals against average and backstopped the team to the fewest goals allowed in the league, managed to keep first place thereafter.
Terry SawchukGump WorsleyJacques PlanteGlenn Hall

Question 9: The ________ were a team that writers predicted to finish last in the new West Division.
Boston BruinsLos Angeles KingsAnaheim DucksNew York Rangers

Question 10: ________, New York Rangers
Doug Harvey (ice hockey)Phil EspositoLynn PatrickBernie Geoffrion







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