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Raffi Torres: Quiz

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Question 1: Raffi married his girlfriend, Gianna, on July 5, 2008, shortly after being traded from the Edmonton Oilers to the ________.
Columbus Blue Jackets2009–10 Columbus Blue Jackets seasonDetroit Red WingsNew York Islanders

Question 2: As the ________ lost players to injury that season, Torres also made his NHL debut, playing in 14 games.
New York IslandersNew Jersey DevilsNew York RangersBuffalo Sabres

Question 3: At the NHL trade deadline of his second season with Bridgeport, he was traded by the Islanders to the Edmonton Oilers along with ________ in exchange for Janne Niinimaa, a second-round and a fourth-round draft pick in 2003.
Brad IsbisterNew York IslandersNew York RangersBoston Bruins

Question 4: On March 3, 2010, Torres was traded to the ________ in exchange for defenceman Nathan Paetsch and a second-round pick.
New York IslandersNew York RangersBuffalo SabresBoston Bruins

Question 5: He has previously played for the ________, the Edmonton Oilers and the New York Islanders.
2009–10 Columbus Blue Jackets seasonDetroit Red WingsNew York RangersColumbus Blue Jackets

Question 6: After missing the majority of 2007–08 to an anterior cruciate ligament injury, Torres was traded in the off-season to the ________ in exchange for Gilbert Brulé.
2009–10 Columbus Blue Jackets seasonNew York IslandersColumbus Blue JacketsDetroit Red Wings

Question 7: Raphael "Raffi" Torres (born October 8, 1981) is a Canadian professional ice hockey forward currently playing for the Buffalo Sabres of the ________ (NHL).
Original SixNational Hockey League All-Star GameNational Hockey League rivalriesNational Hockey League

Question 8: Entering the playoffs as the eighth and final seed in the Western Conference, the Oilers embarked on a cinderella run to the ________ against the Carolina Hurricanes.
2006 Stanley Cup Finals1988 Stanley Cup Finals1987 Stanley Cup Finals1990 Stanley Cup Finals

Question 9: Torres played major junior with the ________ of the Ontario Hockey League (OHL), beginning in 1998–99.
Kingston FrontenacsMississauga St. Michael's MajorsBelleville BullsBrampton Battalion







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