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Colorado Avalanche: Quiz

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Question 1: On July 3, 2009, one of Colorado's top scorers, Ryan Smyth was traded to the Los Angeles Kings for defensemen Tom Preissing and ________.
Mathieu SchneiderRob SchrempKyle QuinceyWayne Gretzky

Question 2: [14] The bailout fell through and Aubut subsequently sold the team to a group of investors in ________.
BostonColorado Springs, ColoradoDenverColorado

Question 3: Still, the result was better than expected by hockey pundits: ________ previewed before the start of the season that the Avalanche would finish 13th in the Western Conference.
Entertainment WeeklySports IllustratedMoney (magazine)People (magazine)

Question 4:
What is the street address of Colorado Avalanche?

Question 5: NHL record most consecutive games played by a defenseman: ________, 495 games (2000–2007 - 270 with the Nashville Predators and 225 with the Avalanche)
National Hockey LeagueKārlis SkrastiņšColorado AvalancheRuslan Salei

Question 6: After being handed the Cup from NHL Commissioner ________, captain Joe Sakic immediately turned, and gave it to Ray Bourque, capping off Bourque's 22-year career with his only championship.
Phoenix CoyotesNational Hockey LeagueCalgary FlamesGary Bettman

Question 7: ________ was elected for the league's first all-star team at the end of the season.
Sandis OzoliņšColorado AvalancheBret HedicanJaromír Jágr

Question 8: [22] ________ won the William M. Jennings Trophy, given to the goaltenders of the team with fewest goals scored against.
Claude Julien (ice hockey)Montreal CanadiensOriginal SixPatrick Roy

Question 9: [68] In the Eastern Conference, three teams progressed to the playoffs with fewer than 95 points: the New York Rangers (94), the Tampa Bay Lightning (93), and the ________ (92).
New Jersey DevilsBuffalo SabresNew York KnicksNew York Islanders

Question 10: [70] In the second round the Avalanche lost the series 4 games to none[71] to the eventual 2008 Stanley Cup champion ________.
Boston BruinsDetroit Red Wings2008–09 Detroit Red Wings season2009–10 Detroit Red Wings season







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