Crease-Crashing Hockey Trivia [NOOK Book]

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New rule changes, combined with the most promising collection of rookies ever, have produced seismic shifts in hockey's landscape. Don Weekes' latest work in his popular Hockey Trivia series hits all the high, low, and in-between spots of the game — from which player ate up more of his team's payroll than any other NHL player from 2006–2007, to the greatest number of Top 10 scorers on a last place team in NHL history. Perfect for the “reluctant reader,” this fun book contains ...
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Crease-Crashing Hockey Trivia

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Overview

New rule changes, combined with the most promising collection of rookies ever, have produced seismic shifts in hockey's landscape. Don Weekes' latest work in his popular Hockey Trivia series hits all the high, low, and in-between spots of the game — from which player ate up more of his team's payroll than any other NHL player from 2006–2007, to the greatest number of Top 10 scorers on a last place team in NHL history. Perfect for the “reluctant reader,” this fun book contains plenty of true or false questions, games, puzzles, and quizzes.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781926685113
  • Publisher: Greystone Books
  • Publication date: 7/1/2009
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 128
  • File size: 371 KB

Meet the Author

Don Weekes is an award-winning television producer-director at CTV Montreal. His hockey trivia has been widely used on television, radio, the Internet and in print, including Sports Illustrated magazine—even on box covers of Post cereal and Jell-O pudding cups. This is his twenty-fourth hockey trivia book. He lives in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
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What is the record for the fastest goal from the start of a season-opening game?
A. Five seconds
B. 10 seconds
C. 15 seconds
D. 20 seconds

What distinction did Florida's Olli Jokinen hold during the 2006-07 season?
A. He was the only Finnish-born NHL team captain
B. He is the highest-drafted Finnish player in NHL history
C. He led all active players in games without a playoff appearance
D. All of the above

From what historical event does Columbus's NHL team take its namesake, the Blue Jackets?
A. The U.S. Civil War
B. The first atomic bomb
C. The Indian Wars
D. The Kent State Riot of 1970

What is the most hat tricks scored by one team in an NHL game?
A. Two hat tricks
B. Three hat tricks
C. Four hat tricks
D. Five hat tricks

Which coach banned fighting by his players during the 2006 playoffs?
A. Buffalo's Lindy Ruff
B. Carolina's Peter Laviolette
C. Edmonton's Craig MacTavish
D. Anaheim's Randy Carlyle

Which player ate up more of his team's payroll than any other NHLer in 2006-07?
A. Carolina's Brad Richards
B. New York's Jaromir Jagr
C. Chicago's Nikolai Khabibulin
D. Boston's Zdeno Chara

What is the greatest number of Top 10 scorers on a last place team in NHL history?
A. One Top 10 scorer
B. Two Top 10 scorers
C. Three Top 10 scorers
D. Four Top 10 scorers

Which goalie said "Excuse my French…A bigger net is crap…It's ridiculous, even stupid" when asked his opinion about enlarging the goal net in 2006-07?
A. Colorado's Jose Theodore
B. Montreal's Cristobal Huet
C. New Jersey's Martin Brodeur
D. Pittsburgh's Marc-Andre Fleury

When St. Louis' Mike Sillinger was traded to the Nashville Predators in 2005-06, he set a new league record for playing on the most teams in a career. How many?
A. Eight teams
B. Nine teams
C. 10 teams
D. 11 teams
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