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1985–86 NHL season: Quiz

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Question 1: The Montreal Canadiens decided to go with a rookie goaltender by the name of ________.
Patrick RoyClaude Julien (ice hockey)1993 Stanley Cup FinalsOriginal Six

Question 2: The Montreal Canadiens defeated the ________ four games to one in the final series to win the Stanley Cup.
Edmonton OilersCalgary HitmenBoston BruinsCalgary Flames

Question 3: The series was the Flames' only playoff victory over the Oilers in the ________ (Edmonton beat Calgary in 4 other playoff series), but significantly fueled the rivalry between the teams.
Labour Day ClassicCanadian Football League West DivisionBattle of AlbertaEdmonton Oilers

Question 4: This decision proved to be a good one just like when the Canadiens rode rookie goalie ________ to a Stanley Cup championship in 1971.
Diane FinleyWilliam Lyon Mackenzie KingKen DrydenBelinda Stronach

Question 5: ________
Original SixNHL All-Star Game SuperSkills CompetitionNational Hockey League rivalriesNational Hockey League All-Star Game

Question 6: ________, Detroit Red Wings
Steve YzermanMario LemieuxBrett HullAdam Oates

Question 7: This season saw the league's Board of Governors introduce the Presidents' Trophy, which would go to the team with the best overall record in the NHL ________.
Season (sports)United KingdomEnglandUnited States

Question 8: The Flyers continued their dominance of the Wales Conference despite the death of their Vezina-winning goaltender, ________, in a car accident on November 11.
Pelle LindberghTom BarrassoPhiladelphia FlyersMark Howe

Question 9: The 1985–86 NHL season was the 69th season of the ________.
National Hockey LeagueOriginal SixNational Hockey League All-Star GameNational Hockey League rivalries

Question 10: March 11, 1986: ________ traded from New Jersey to Philadelphia for Philadelphia's third round choice in 1986 Entry Draft.
John Davidson (ice hockey)1979 Stanley Cup FinalsBobby OrrChico Resch







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