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Sudbury Wolves: Quiz


Question 1: 1978–79 - ________, Red Tilson Trophy (Most Outstanding Player), Eddie Powers Memorial Trophy (Scoring Champion), Jim Mahon Memorial Trophy (Top Scoring Right Winger)
Detroit Red WingsMike FolignoWillie HuberLindy Ruff

Question 2: 71 -- Marcus Foligno (________) ~ BUF 2009
TorontoGreater SudburyHamilton, OntarioOttawa

Question 3: The Ontario Hockey Association arrived in Sudbury in the fall of 1972 when the owners of the NOJHL's Sudbury Wolves bought the ________ franchise and merged the two teams.
Windsor SpitfiresOshawa GeneralsToronto MarlborosNiagara Falls Flyers

Question 4: The second incarnation of the Wolves was the 1962 entry into the ________.
Canadian Junior Hockey LeagueOntario Junior A Hockey LeagueNorthern Ontario Junior Hockey LeagueCentral Canadian Hockey League

Question 5: Theirs is currently the third-longest championship drought in the Canadian Hockey League, and is now the longest in the OHL since the ________ broke their 40-year drought in 2005.
Ottawa 67'sKitchener RangersLondon KnightsWindsor Spitfires

Question 6: 18 -- John McFarland (________)
Markham, OntarioRichmond Hill, OntarioTorontoGreater Toronto Area

Question 7: 5 -- Chris van Laren (________)
TorontoLondon, OntarioOttawaKingston, Ontario

Question 8: Sudbury has had a hockey team known as the Wolves or Club Wolves nearly every year since ________.
Caucasus CampaignWorld War IWestern Front (World War I)Armenian Genocide

Question 9: 7 -- Luc Comtois (________)
Greater SudburyHamilton, OntarioTorontoOttawa

Question 10: The Sudbury Wolves have existed since 1962 in the ________, and 1972 in the OHL.
Central Canadian Hockey LeagueNorthern Ontario Junior Hockey LeagueOntario Junior A Hockey LeagueCanadian Junior Hockey League


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