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Petr Nedvěd: Quiz

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Question 1: Suffering through a disappointing 2003–04 season, Nedvěd was dealt to the ________ at the trade deadline.
Edmonton OilersCalgary Flames2008–09 Edmonton Oilers season2009–10 Edmonton Oilers season

Question 2: In early 2006, when playing for the Phoenix Coyotes, Nedvěd asked for a trade to an Eastern Conference team to be closer to Vařeková who worked primarily in ________.
New York CityNew York metropolitan areaManhattanBrooklyn

Question 3: August 26, 2004: Signed as a free agent with the ________.
Phoenix CoyotesNew York Rangers2009–10 Phoenix Coyotes seasonBoston Bruins

Question 4: He left Czechoslovakia as a refugee on January 2, 1989 at the age of 17 after playing in an international midget tournament in ________.
Inglewood, CalgaryCalgaryKensington, CalgaryDowntown Calgary

Question 5: He decided to defect to ________ because of the limited opportunities in Czechoslovakia under communist rule, which was very strict regarding athletes leaving the country to pursue professional careers elsewhere.
United KingdomBarbadosCanadaUnited States

Question 6: On July 31st, 2008, Nedvěd, attempting to make an NHL comeback, was invited to the ________ training camp on a tryout basis.
New York RangersNew York Islanders2009–10 New York Rangers seasonBuffalo Sabres

Question 7: The situation would finally end two months into the season when he was dealt back to the New York Rangers in a deal involving ________.
Brian LeetchJamie LundmarkAlexei KovalevManny Malhotra

Question 8: Nedvěd signed with the ________ in 2004 and spent the 2004–05 NHL lockout with Sparta Praha in the Czech Republic.
Boston BruinsNew York RangersPhoenix Coyotes2009–10 Phoenix Coyotes season

Question 9: August 31, 1995: Traded by the New York Rangers, along with Sergei Zubov, to the Pittsburgh Penguins in exchange for Ulf Samuelsson and ________.
Joe NieuwendykWayne GretzkyLuc RobitailleBrett Hull

Question 10: Included in that was a monumental goal against the ________ in a quadruple-overtime thriller, which at 79:15 of OT was at the time the longest NHL game in 60 years.
New York Rangers2008–09 Washington Capitals seasonBoston BruinsWashington Capitals







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