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Chris Nilan: Quiz


Question 1: ________ (injured, did not play)
42nd National Hockey League All-Star Game41st National Hockey League All-Star Game43rd National Hockey League All-Star Game44th National Hockey League All-Star Game

Question 2: Nilan played 688 NHL regular season games as a right-wing for the Montreal Canadiens, ________, and New York Rangers between 1980 and 1992.
Boston BruinsElizabeth C. Dufresne Trophy2009–10 Boston Bruins season2008–09 Boston Bruins season

Question 3: He was hired by ________ Secretary of State Edward S.
ConnecticutMassachusettsRhode IslandMaine

Question 4: He played his youth hockey with the Parkway (West Roxbury, MA) team of the Greater Boston Youth Hockey League (GBYHL), sponsored by the ________ (MDC).
ArborwayDay BoulevardDepartment of Conservation and Recreation (Massachusetts)Truman Parkway

Question 5: He was initially hired as an assistant coach of the New Jersey Devils on August 3, 1995, and remained in that position until May 1996, before becoming a head coach in the ________.
2009–10 ECHL seasonAmerican Hockey League2008–09 ECHL seasonECHL

Question 6: Played for Team USA in ________ tournament
1987 Canada CupCanada men's national ice hockey team1987 Canada Cup rostersWayne Gretzky

Question 7: Nilan was selected 231st overall in the ________, and was best known as a tough-guy for the Montreal Canadiens in the mid 1980's.
1978 NHL Amateur Draft1985 NHL Entry Draft1981 NHL Entry Draft1984 NHL Entry Draft

Question 8: Nilan grew up in Massachusetts where he idolized ________ and dreamed of playing for the Boston Bruins.
Bobby Orr1970 Stanley Cup Finals1972 Stanley Cup Finals1977 Stanley Cup Finals

Question 9: Christopher John "Chris" Nilan (born February 9, 1958 in ________) is a retired professional ice hockey player.
DenverBostonPhoenix, ArizonaAtlanta


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