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1970–71 NHL season: Quiz

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Question 1: ________ took a shot from centre ice that miraculously escaped goaltender Tony Esposito, cutting the Black Hawks' lead to 2–1.
Jacques LemaireAlain VigneaultPat Quinn (ice hockey)Claude Julien (ice hockey)

Question 2: Hull won two games with goals on face-offs, despite ________'s coverage of him to check him.
Edmonton OilersMark MessierNew York RangersGlen Sather

Question 3: New York beat Toronto, but ________ and the Chicago Black Hawks were just too much for the Rangers and the Black Hawks advanced to the finals in seven games.
Bobby HullStan MikitaBobby OrrGordie Howe

Question 4: A new award for the most outstanding player as voted by the members of the NHL Players Association, the ________, was introduced this season and the first winner was Phil Esposito.
Art Ross TrophyConn Smythe TrophyHart Memorial TrophyLester B. Pearson Award

Question 5: NOTE: Bathgate would finish his major professional career in the ________.
Edmonton OilersQuebec NordiquesHartford WhalersWorld Hockey Association

Question 6: The ________ won the Stanley Cup by beating the Black Hawks in seven games in the finals.
2009–10 Montreal Canadiens season2007–08 Montreal Canadiens seasonMontreal Canadiens2008–09 Montreal Canadiens season

Question 7: The 1970–71 NHL season was the 54th season of the ________.
National Hockey League All-Star GameNational Hockey League rivalriesOriginal SixNational Hockey League

Question 8: In game 4, ________ became the first defenceman to get a hat trick in a playoff game when Boston won 5–2.
1970 Stanley Cup FinalsBobby Orr1972 Stanley Cup Finals1977 Stanley Cup Finals

Question 9: Then ________ was injured and the team sagged.
Vancouver CanucksAndré BoudriasOrland KurtenbachPat Quinn (ice hockey)

Question 10: The Montreal Canadiens were matched against the Boston Bruins, and in one of the most extraordinary upsets in hockey history, ________ was hot in goal for the Canadiens as the Habs beat the Bears in seven games.
William Lyon Mackenzie KingDiane FinleyBelinda StronachKen Dryden







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