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1969–70 NHL season: Quiz

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Question 1: ________, Toronto Maple Leafs
Jacques PlanteJohnny BowerTerry SawchukGump Worsley

Question 2: ________, New York Rangers
Glenn HallGump WorsleyDetroit Red WingsTerry Sawchuk

Question 3: In their second-last game, the ________ had clinched a playoff spot, after having missed the postseason for the past three years.
Boston Bruins2009–10 Detroit Red Wings season2008–09 Detroit Red Wings seasonDetroit Red Wings

Question 4: The desperate Rangers managed 65 shots on Detroit goalie ________ to amass a 9-3 lead early in the third period.
Milt SchmidtRoger CrozierJim SchoenfeldWashington Capitals

Question 5: Entering their last games of the regular season, the badly slumping New York Rangers were two points behind the ________ for the final playoff spot.
Montreal Canadiens2009–10 Montreal Canadiens season2008–09 Montreal Canadiens season2007–08 Montreal Canadiens season

Question 6: The Rangers were in first place for a time, but injuries on the blueline doomed any hope of a first place finish, and they even obtained ________ in desperation.
Bill GadsbyBobby HullTim HortonBoston Bruins

Question 7: Sanderson dropped his stick and gloves and went at Balon, which brought ________ and Bill Fairbairn into the fight.
Dave MaloneyNew York RangersRick MiddletonBrad Park

Question 8: This time, however, it was at the hands of the ________, as the defending champions Montreal Canadiens narrowly missed the playoffs, something that would not happen again for the next quarter century.
2008–09 Boston Bruins season2009–10 Boston Bruins seasonElizabeth C. Dufresne TrophyBoston Bruins

Question 9: Game four had ________ score two goals in a 4–2 Ranger win.
Jean RatelleRod GilbertVic HadfieldLou Nanne

Question 10: Louis Arena was tied 3–3 when St Louis scored three goals in the third period by ________, Terry Gray and Jim Roberts and the Blues won 6–3.
Red BerensonLou AngottiAl ArbourSid Abel







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