Punch-up in Piestany: Quiz

Question 1: [2] Finally, the ________ was organized, pitting the Soviet all-stars against Canada's NHL all-stars.
Bobby OrrSummit SeriesIce hockey at the Olympic GamesCanada men's national ice hockey team

Question 2: [13] Toronto Maple Leafs owner, ________ had special gold medals made up for the Canadian team.
Punch ImlachHarold BallardNational Hockey LeagueBobby Orr

Question 3: The players' suspensions were later reduced to six months on appeal, allowing several players from both teams to return for the 1988 tournament in ________.
RussiaParisLondonMoscow

Question 4: [20] Five minutes in, ________ scored the opening goal for Canada.
Calgary FlamesJoe NieuwendykJoe SakicTheoren Fleury

Question 5: Five of them would ultimately win the ________.
2009 Stanley Cup FinalsStanley CupConn Smythe TrophyNHL Conference Finals

Question 6: The eight game series was won by Canada 4–3–1 as ________ scored the winning goal in the deciding contest.
Frank MahovlichPaul HendersonPat Stapleton (ice hockey)Norm Ullman

Question 7: [11] The winning goal was scored by ________ on a pass from Wayne Gretzky.
Mario LemieuxPittsburgh PenguinsJaromír JágrMarkus Näslund

Question 8: [3] The Soviets handily won a second Summit Series against ________ all-stars in 1974.
Quebec NordiquesHartford WhalersWorld Hockey AssociationEdmonton Oilers

Question 9: Several players in that game went on to play in the National Hockey League, including Brendan Shanahan, Theoren Fleury, Sergei Fedorov and ________.
Nicklas LidströmAlexander MogilnyJoe SakicIgor Larionov

Question 10: The fervent patriotism displayed by ________ analyst Don Cherry in the aftermath led to a sharp rise in his own popularity with Canadian fans.
Canadian Broadcasting CorporationCBC TelevisionCBC Radio OneCBC News

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