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Bob Probert: Quiz


Question 1: He wore his number 24 Red Wings sweater, and helped former teammate ________ onto the ice for the ceremony.
Igor LarionovVladimir KonstantinovVyacheslav KozlovSergei Fedorov

Question 2: Robert Probert (born June 5, 1965 in Windsor, ________) is a retired Canadian professional ice hockey forward.
QuebecManitobaBritish ColumbiaOntario

Question 3: On July 15, 1994, he suffered minor injuries when he crashed his motorcycle into a car in ________.
Farmington Hills, MichiganWest Bloomfield Township, MichiganRoyal Oak, MichiganBloomfield Township, Oakland County, Michigan

Question 4: Probert played for the National Hockey League's Detroit Red Wings and ________.
2008–09 Chicago Blackhawks season2007–08 Chicago Blackhawks season2009–10 Chicago Blackhawks seasonChicago Blackhawks

Question 5: After being drafted, he spent one more season with the Alexanders before spending his 1984–85 season with both the Hamilton Steelhawks and the ________ of the OHL
Sault Ste. Marie GreyhoundsKingston FrontenacsLondon KnightsKitchener Rangers

Question 6: ________ determined that his blood alcohol level was approximately triple the legal limit, and that there were also trace amounts of cocaine in his system.
PoliceShariaCommon lawLaw

Question 7: Probert's career hit a snag in 1989 when he was arrested for ________ possession while crossing the Detroit-Windsor border.

Question 8: During the 1985–86 and 1986–87 seasons, Probert spent the majority of his time with the Red Wings while occasionally playing for their minor league affiliate at the time, the ________ of the American Hockey League.
New Haven NighthawksMaine MarinersAdirondack Red WingsSpringfield Indians

Question 9: Probert was drafted as the 4th pick in the third round (46th overall) in the ________, in which the Red Wings also selected Kocur and Steve Yzerman.
1983 NHL Entry Draft1990 NHL Entry Draft1984 NHL Entry Draft1985 NHL Entry Draft

Question 10: Prior to playing with the Detroit Red Wings, Probert was with the Brantford Alexanders of the ________.
Ontario Hockey League historyWindsor SpitfiresOntario Hockey LeagueCanadian Hockey League


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