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Three stars (ice hockey): Quiz

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Question 1: Toyota Cup, an award for ________ players
2009–10 Philadelphia Flyers seasonNational Hockey League Atlantic Division rivalriesPittsburgh PenguinsPhiladelphia Flyers

Question 2: ________, an award for players on Canadian hockey teams
Mark Messier1981–82 Vancouver Canucks seasonMolson CupQuebec Nordiques

Question 3: On 15 April 15, 1999, New York Ranger Wayne Gretzky was the only player awarded a star in his last game in ________, as he would retire after the following game in New York.
United StatesCanadaBarbadosUnited Kingdom

Question 4: The ________ is also awarded to the top point-earner of the year of each Canadian team.
Quebec NordiquesMark Messier1981–82 Vancouver Canucks seasonMolson Cup

Question 5: In ________, the three stars of a match are the three best players as chosen by a third party, with the first star considered the best of the three players, akin to the man of the match in other sports.
Ice hockeyIce hockey at the Olympic GamesIce Hockey World ChampionshipsCanada men's national ice hockey team

Question 6: After the sponsorship ended in 1976, the tradition remained on the ________'s flagship hockey show[1].
CBC TelevisionCBC NewsCanadian Broadcasting CorporationCBC Radio One

Question 7: NHL teams may use these standings; for example, the ________ award a sum to a charity chosen its player who earned the highest number of points that month.
2009–10 Vancouver Canucks season2008–09 Vancouver Canucks seasonVictoria Salmon KingsVancouver Canucks

Question 8: The ________ awards three stars during every game, in both the regular season and Stanley Cup Playoffs, and not just limited to those shown on HNIC.
National Hockey League All-Star GameNational Hockey League rivalriesOriginal SixNational Hockey League







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