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Toronto Blueshirts: Quiz

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Question 1: In 1911 ________ (NHA) owner Ambrose O'Brien, who had operated four franchises including Cobalt, Haileybury, Montreal Canadiens and Renfrew decided not to operate hockey franchises any longer.
All-time NHL team performance listNational Hockey AssociationNational Hockey LeagueNational Hockey League All-Star Game

Question 2: ________ (1919–27)
1926–27 Toronto St. Patricks seasonToronto St. PatricksToronto Maple Leafs1919–20 Toronto St. Patricks season

Question 3: The club won the Stanley Cup in 1914, before becoming the centre of controversy amongst ________ owners leading to the NHA suspending operations and the owners forming the National Hockey League.
All-time NHL team performance listNational Hockey League All-Star GameNational Hockey AssociationNational Hockey League rivalries

Question 4: The Arenas were sold to a group headed by Querrie, who renamed them the ________.
Toronto Maple LeafsToronto St. Patricks1926–27 Toronto St. Patricks season1919–20 Toronto St. Patricks season

Question 5: The NHA was founded in 1909 without any teams from ________ because there wasn't an arena in the city that was large enough to sustain a franchise.
Greater Toronto AreaToronto IslandsHamilton, OntarioToronto

Question 6: The Toronto Hockey Club, known as the Torontos and the Toronto Blueshirts were a professional National Hockey Association team that played in Toronto, Ontario, ________.
BarbadosUnited StatesCanadaUnited Kingdom

Question 7: Led by general manager Charlie Querrie and coach Dick Carroll, the team won the ________ in 1918.
NHL Conference FinalsConn Smythe Trophy2009 Stanley Cup FinalsStanley Cup

Question 8: The temporary operators then formed an official franchise for the 1918–19 season that eventually evolved into today's ________.
Toronto Maple LeafsToronto MarliesOttawa Senators2009–10 Toronto Maple Leafs season







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