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Herb Brooks: Quiz

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Question 1: Brooks later played hockey at the ________ from 1955-1959[6].
Michigan State UniversityUniversity of MichiganUniversity of MinnesotaUniversity of Wisconsin–Madison

Question 2: He also coached the ________ (from 1987-88), New Jersey Devils (1992-93), and Pittsburgh Penguins (1999-2000).
Dallas StarsMinnesota North StarsLos Angeles KingsNew York Rangers

Question 3: Herb Brooks killed in car accident________
Money (magazine)People (magazine)Sports IllustratedEntertainment Weekly

Question 4: He also coached France in the ________.
2006 Winter Olympics1998 Winter OlympicsWinter Olympic Games1996 Summer Olympics

Question 5: Upon the 25th anniversary of the Miracle on Ice, the Olympic ice arena in ________, where the United States won their gold medal, was renamed Herb Brooks Arena.
Keeseville, New YorkLake Placid, New YorkNorth Elba, New YorkPort Henry, New York

Question 6: After his Olympic gold medal win, Brooks moved to ________ for a year to coach HC Davos in the National League A.
SwitzerlandDenmarkLithuaniaArmenia

Question 7: In 2006, Brooks was posthumously inducted into the ________ in the Builders category.
Hockey Hall of FameBMO FieldMaple Leaf GardensAir Canada Centre

Question 8: The road that surrounds the National Hockey Center in ________ is called Herb Brooks Way.
St. Cloud metropolitan areaStearns County, MinnesotaSt. Cloud, MinnesotaSauk Rapids, Minnesota

Question 9: A statue of Brooks depicting his reaction to the victory in the "Miracle" game was erected in ________, in 2003.
Saint Paul, MinnesotaMinneapolisBloomington, MinnesotaMinneapolis – Saint Paul

Question 10: From 1981-85, he coached in the ________ for the New York Rangers, where he became the first American-born coach in Rangers' team history to win 100 games.
Original SixNational Hockey League rivalriesNational Hockey League All-Star GameNational Hockey League







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