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Question 1: Babcock moved to the Western Hockey League in 1991 where he guided the ________ for a two-year term.
Prince Albert RaidersSaskatoon BladesMoose Jaw WarriorsRegina Pats

Question 2: In between, he played a year under Dave King at the ________ and transferred to McGill in 1983 under coach Ken Tyler.
SaskatoonUniversity of SaskatchewanUniversity of Saskatchewan AcademicsUniversity of Saskatchewan College of Law

Question 3: In 2009, he became the second head coach (after ________) to coach a Stanley Cup Final Game 7 with two different teams.
Edmonton OilersNew York RangersMike KeenanGlen Sather

Question 4: On June 24, 2009, he was announced as the head coach of the Canada men's national ice hockey team for the ________ in Vancouver.
2010 Winter OlympicsRussia at the 2010 Winter OlympicsUnited States at the 2010 Winter OlympicsCanada at the 2010 Winter Olympics

Question 5: On June 4, 2008 Mike led the Detroit Red Wings to another ________ championship by defeating the Pittsburgh Penguins in six games.
Stanley CupConn Smythe TrophyNHL Conference Finals2009 Stanley Cup Finals

Question 6: In 1994, he was appointed coach of the WHL’s ________, where he posted a regular-season record of 224–172–29 over six seasons for a .564 winning percentage.
Tri-City AmericansSeattle ThunderbirdsEverett SilvertipsSpokane Chiefs

Question 7: In the Stanley Cup Playoffs with the Ducks, he posted a 15–6 record, leading the Ducks to the ________ where they lost in 7 games to the New Jersey Devils.
1995 Stanley Cup Finals2001 Stanley Cup Finals2003 Stanley Cup Finals2000 Stanley Cup Finals

Question 8: He moved to England in 1987 as a player-coach for Whitley Warriors (near ________), who missed out on the league title by two points.
YorkTyne and WearNewcastle upon TyneSunderland, Tyne and Wear

Question 9: Before his playing days at ________ (where he was captain), Babcock played for the Saskatoon Blades of the WHL in 1980–81 and spent a season with the Kelowna Wings in 1982–83.
The Presbyterian College, MontrealUniversité de MontréalMcGill UniversityHarvard University

Question 10: With the win Babcock became the first coach in the International Ice Hockey Federation's ________.
Ice Hockey World ChampionshipsIce hockey at the Olympic GamesTriple Gold ClubStanley Cup
















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