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Question 1: The franchise was also known as the Billings Bighorns from 1977–82 before relocating to ________ as the Nanaimo Islanders.
NanaimoCourtenay, British ColumbiaCampbell River, British ColumbiaDuncan, British Columbia

Question 2: The Tri-City Americans are a major junior ice hockey team of the Western Hockey League, based in Kennewick, ________.
AlaskaNorthwestern United StatesOregonWashington

Question 3: On November 29, 1989 Americans goaltender ________ became the first goalie to register a WHL goal when he attempted a shot on an empty net against the Seattle Thunderbirds.
Washington CapitalsOlaf KölzigSergei GoncharJason Allison

Question 4: Porter and his investment group were later granted the ________ as an expansion franchise.
Chilliwack BruinsKamloops BlazersVancouver GiantsKelowna Rockets

Question 5: After only one season, they moved to ________ to become the second incarnation of the New Westminster Bruins.
CoquitlamNew WestminsterVancouverSurrey, British Columbia

Question 6: Shortly after this failure, the team was sold to Tri-Cities natives, including Olaf Kolzig, the former goalie for the Washington Capitals, and Stu Barnes of the ________, both former Americans players.
St. Louis Blues (ice hockey)New York RangersDallas Stars2008–09 Dallas Stars season

Question 7: In 2004, Darryl Porter attempted to move the team to Chilliwack, ________ in Canada.
Pacific NorthwestOntarioBritish ColumbiaAlberta

Question 8: The Americans annual series with the Highway 395 rival ________ is always intense and full of action, clearly their biggest rival year in and year out.
Seattle ThunderbirdsSpokane ChiefsTri-City AmericansEverett Silvertips

Question 9: However, the other Western Hockey League teams voted to prevent the move, including all four other American teams as well as 2 ________ teams.
BarbadosBelizeCanadaUnited Kingdom







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