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Brooks Orpik: Quiz

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Question 1: His brother, Andrew, was drafted by the ________ organization and is currently in the Phoenix Coyotes organization.
Boston BruinsNew York RangersNew York IslandersBuffalo Sabres

Question 2: Orpik began playing professionally with the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins of the ________ (AHL) during the 2001–02 AHL season.
American Hockey League1977–78 AHL season2009–10 AHL season1997–98 AHL season

Question 3: Orpik attended the Nichols School in Buffalo, NY and Thayer Academy in ________.
Randolph, MassachusettsWeymouth, MassachusettsQuincy, MassachusettsBraintree, Massachusetts

Question 4: He was the first round pick of the Pittsburgh Penguins, 18th overall, in the ________.
2001 NHL Entry Draft2000 NHL Entry Draft2003 NHL Entry Draft2006 NHL Entry Draft

Question 5: Brooks Orpik (born September 26, 1980), is an American professional ice hockey defenseman currently playing for the Pittsburgh Penguins of the ________ (NHL).
National Hockey League All-Star GameOriginal SixNational Hockey League rivalriesNational Hockey League

Question 6: On June 12, 2009, Orpik and the Pittsburgh Penguins became Stanley Cup champions by defeating the ________ in Game 7.
2008–09 Detroit Red Wings seasonBoston Bruins2009–10 Detroit Red Wings seasonDetroit Red Wings

Question 7: 17-19), for the ________ in Vancouver.
Canada at the 2010 Winter OlympicsRussia at the 2010 Winter OlympicsUnited States at the 2010 Winter Olympics2010 Winter Olympics

Question 8: [2] In October 2008, he was named an alternate captain (interim while Sergei Gonchar was injured) of the Penguins along with ________ behind Sidney Crosby.
Jaromír JágrEvgeni MalkinMarkus NäslundMario Lemieux

Question 9: [1] He played three seasons for ________, winning the Hockey East post-season championship in 1999 and 2001, and the NCAA Men's Ice Hockey Championship in 2001.
Northeastern UniversityBoston College Law SchoolBoston CollegeBoston University

Question 10: His first name comes from ________, the coach of the United States men's hockey team that won the famed 1980 Miracle on Ice game and eventually the gold medal.
Herb BrooksGeorge Sullivan (ice hockey)Craig PatrickScotty Bowman







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