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Igor Larionov: Quiz

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Question 1: He played his final NHL season for the ________ in 2003–04, where Viacheslav Fetisov was an assistant coach.
New York RangersNew York Islanders2009–10 New Jersey Devils seasonNew Jersey Devils

Question 2: In the 1991–92 season, he centered the Canucks' top line, which included Greg Adams and rookie ________.
Wayne GretzkyColorado AvalanchePavel BureMarkus Näslund

Question 3: He and Fetisov were looked on as father figures by the team's other Russian players, which included ________, Vyacheslav Kozlov and Vladimir Konstantinov.
Pavel BureAlexander MogilnyNicklas LidströmSergei Fedorov

Question 4: On June 17, 2008, it was announced that Larionov would be inducted into the ________ as a player.
Hockey Hall of FameAir Canada CentreBMO FieldMaple Leaf Gardens

Question 5: After his three-year contract with the Canucks had expired, Larionov chose to play a year in ________ so that Sovintersport would not continue to draw a portion of his salary.
ArmeniaSwitzerlandDenmarkLithuania

Question 6: In 2000, Larionov signed with the ________, where he was re-united with Pavel Bure.
Miami HeatFlorida PanthersFlorida MarlinsTampa Bay Lightning

Question 7: Larionov won three Stanley Cup championships with the ________ (1997, 1998, 2002) and was inducted as a member of the Hockey Hall of Fame on November 10, 2008.
2009–10 Detroit Red Wings season2008–09 Detroit Red Wings seasonDetroit Red WingsBoston Bruins

Question 8: [2] They were joined by defensive pairing Viacheslav Fetisov and ________ to form the five-man lineup known as the "Green Unit", so called for the green uniforms they wore during practice.
Alexei KasatonovIgor LarionovIce hockeyNew Jersey Devils

Question 9: He had been drafted by the ________ in 1985 and openly expressed a desire to move to North America.
Victoria Salmon Kings2009–10 Vancouver Canucks seasonVancouver Canucks2008–09 Vancouver Canucks season

Question 10: Larionov, Viacheslav Fetisov, ________ and Scott Niedermayer are the only four players in the world who have won Olympics Gold, World Championship Gold, a Stanley Cup (IIHF Triple Gold Club), Canada/World Cup, and World Junior Championship Gold.
Joe SakicBrendan ShanahanNicklas LidströmPeter Forsberg







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