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International Hockey League (1945–2001): Quiz

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Question 1: The IHL served as the National Hockey League's alternate farm system to the ________ (AHL).
2009–10 AHL season2001–02 AHL seasonAmerican Hockey League1977–78 AHL season

Question 2: [1] However, in the 1995-96 season, the IHL's "soft" ________ was just $1.5 million,[2] while the lowest NHL team payroll that season was $11.4 million.
Unemployment benefitsSalary capGap yearUnemployment

Question 3: By the mid-1970s it was on par with the ________ (AHL), the longtime top feeder league for the National Hockey League.
American Hockey League2009–10 AHL season2001–02 AHL season1977–78 AHL season

Question 4: The International Hockey League (IHL) was a minor professional ice hockey league in the United States and ________ from 1945 to 2001.
BelizeCanadaUnited KingdomBarbados

Question 5: The IHL was formed in December 1945 and initially consisted of four cross-border teams in ________ and Windsor, Ontario.
DetroitGrosse PointeMetro DetroitDearborn, Michigan

Question 6: began again, with Toledo rejoining the league and new teams in Grand Rapids, Michigan (1950), Troy, Ohio, (1951), ________ (1952), Fort Wayne, Indiana (1952), and Milwaukee (1952).
ClevelandCincinnatiColumbus, OhioHamilton County, Ohio

Question 7: In 1947, a team from ________ joined the league, and the following year the IHL expanded significantly, with teams in four additional U.S.
Toledo, OhioClevelandColumbus, OhioAkron, Ohio

Question 8: The expansion did not take hold, and for 1949–50, the league was back down to teams in Detroit and Windsor as well as two nearby Canadian cities, Sarnia, Ontario and ________.
BrantfordChatham-Kent, OntarioEssex County, OntarioLondon, Ontario







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