Hockey History Ongoing Trivia Thread 2

From the Creamery Kings to the Salary Cap....
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Post #1 by IcE ColD » Mon Mar 25, 2013 1:20 pm

Let's revive this bitch.

Name the Calder Memorial Trophy winners that are still active NHL players. There are 15. Well, 14 and one UFA. :danson:
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Post #2 by IcE ColD » Mon Mar 25, 2013 1:38 pm

92-93 Teemu Selanne
93-94 Martin Brodeur
99-00 Scott Gomez
01-02 Dany Heatley
05-06 Alexander Ovechkin
06-07 Evgeni Malkin
07-08 Patrick Kane
08-09 Steve Mason
09-10 Tyler Myers
10-11 Jeff Skinner
11-12 Gabriel Landeskog

All good. 4 to go (3 playing, 1 UFA)
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Post #3 by Cao » Mon Mar 25, 2013 1:38 pm

UFA is Samsonov, innit??

Jackman (terribad choice) and Nabokov
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Post #4 by IcE ColD » Mon Mar 25, 2013 1:42 pm

92-93 Teemu Selanne
93-94 Martin Brodeur
97-98 Sergei Samsonov (UFA)
99-00 Scott Gomez
00-01 Evgeni Nabokov
01-02 Dany Heatley
02-03 Barret Jackman
05-06 Alexander Ovechkin
06-07 Evgeni Malkin
07-08 Patrick Kane
08-09 Steve Mason
09-10 Tyler Myers
10-11 Jeff Skinner
11-12 Gabriel Landeskog

All good for Cao as well. 1 left.
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Post #5 by IcE ColD » Mon Mar 25, 2013 4:31 pm

'tait temps, câlice.

Either one of Big#D, Cao or TBB with a question available can go ahead and ask.
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Post #6 by Cao » Mon Mar 25, 2013 8:42 pm

Name the 9 players who have scored 60 points in their last NHL season before retiring. (not counting players who went overseas or played in some other professional league after leaving the NHL, e.g. Hakan Loob).

hint: 6 hall of famers, 3 non
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Post #7 by SbisaSoSassy » Mon Mar 25, 2013 10:53 pm

Gordie Howe, Wayne Gretzky, Phil Esposito, Marcel Dionne, Joe Nieuwendyk, Joe Sakic, Steve Yzerman
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Post #8 by Germz » Mon Mar 25, 2013 11:39 pm

Wayne Gretzky
Mike Bossy
Jean Beliveau
Adam Oates
Pat LaFontaine
Bobby Clarke
Thomas Steen
Ron Francis
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Post #9 by Cao » Mon Mar 25, 2013 11:41 pm

Gretzky is correct.

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6. Wayne Gretzky, 62 points
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Post #10 by Cao » Mon Mar 25, 2013 11:43 pm

Germz wrote:Wayne Gretzky
Mike Bossy
Jean Beliveau
Adam Oates
Pat LaFontaine
Bobby Clarke
Thomas Steen
Ron Francis


1.
2. Jean Beliveau, 25-51-76 points
3. Mike Bossy, 38-37-75 points
4.
5. Pat LaFontaine, 23-39-62 points
6. Wayne Gretzky, 9-53-62 points
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9. Bobby Clarke, 17-43-60 points

One hall of famer left.
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Post #11 by Germz » Tue Mar 26, 2013 11:52 am

Bernie Federko
Gilbert Perreault
Rene Robert
Rick Martin
Ray Bourque
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Post #12 by PPJ » Tue Mar 26, 2013 1:22 pm

Not sure if this is a trick question, but I'll say Mario Lemieux. He had over 60 in his last year before his first retirement.
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Post #13 by Cao » Tue Mar 26, 2013 2:59 pm

Psycho Papa Joe wrote:Not sure if this is a trick question, but I'll say Mario Lemieux. He had over 60 in his last year before his first retirement.


I wouldn't count that, but technically you're right I suppose.

Also I, for some reason, overlooked the remaining HHOFer's WHA years, so I guess he doesn't really count either. But I'll throw a clue out there anyway: Was on the 67 cup winning Leafs, and won two more after that with Montreal.

Non-HHOFers:
1. Part of the Scooter line with the Chicago Blackhawks.
2. Bit of a late bloomer, but managed to find his game with the expansion Canucks before spending some solid years under Don Cherry in Boston.
3. A slow, big centre who played with the Bruins of Boston.
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Post #14 by Cao » Tue Mar 26, 2013 4:29 pm

Big#D wrote:the big m?


Correct.

1. Frank Mahovlich*, 31-49-80 points
2. Jean Beliveau, 25-51-76 points
3. Mike Bossy, 38-37-75 points
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5. Pat LaFontaine, 23-39-62 points
6. Wayne Gretzky, 9-53-62 points
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9. Bobby Clarke, 17-43-60 points

Big#D wrote:and clue three of the non-hhof is joe thornton, isn't it?


he hasn't retired yet.
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Post #15 by Cao » Tue Mar 26, 2013 4:54 pm

I block out the playoffs from my mind for a reason, BIG D.
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Post #16 by VLoo » Tue Mar 26, 2013 9:39 pm

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Post #17 by VLoo » Tue Mar 26, 2013 9:41 pm

Cao wrote:I wouldn't count that, but technically you're right I suppose.

Also I, for some reason, overlooked the remaining HHOFer's WHA years, so I guess he doesn't really count either. But I'll throw a clue out there anyway: Was on the 67 cup winning Leafs, and won two more after that with Montreal.

Non-HHOFers:
1. Part of the Scooter line with the Chicago Blackhawks.
2. Bit of a late bloomer, but managed to find his game with the expansion Canucks before spending some solid years under Don Cherry in Boston.
3. A slow, big centre who played with the Bruins of Boston.


Jason Fucking Allison. No way that's right.
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Post #18 by Vancouver Blazers » Tue Mar 26, 2013 11:35 pm

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Post #19 by Cao » Wed Mar 27, 2013 3:37 am

VLoo wrote:Jason Fucking Allison. No way that's right.


kmad wrote:Bobby Schmautz


1. Frank Mahovlich*, 31-49-80 points
2. Jean Beliveau, 25-51-76 points
3. Mike Bossy, 38-37-75 points
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5. Pat LaFontaine, 23-39-62 points
6. Wayne Gretzky, 9-53-62 points
7. Bobby Schmautz, 27-34-61 points
8. Jason Allison, 17-43-60 points
9. Bobby Clarke, 17-43-60 points

Allison came back after the lockout with the Leafs, and then everybody realized that he was too slow. But he still had a decent stat line.

Last guys initials are KW and he had to retire because of heart problems. Played for the Blackhawks.
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Post #20 by PPJ » Wed Mar 27, 2013 7:37 am

Kenny Wharram?
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Post #21 by Cao » Wed Mar 27, 2013 1:24 pm

1. Frank Mahovlich*, 31-49-80 points
2. Jean Beliveau, 25-51-76 points
3. Mike Bossy, 38-37-75 points
4. Kenny Wharram, 30-39-69 points
5. Pat LaFontaine, 23-39-62 points
6. Wayne Gretzky, 9-53-62 points
7. Bobby Schmautz, 27-34-61 points
8. Jason Allison, 17-43-60 points
9. Bobby Clarke, 17-43-60 points

anyone who answered one right can go
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Post #22 by PPJ » Wed Mar 27, 2013 2:54 pm

Cao wrote:anyone who answered one right can go


What about people who answered two or more?
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Post #23 by Cao » Wed Mar 27, 2013 3:35 pm

Psycho Papa Joe wrote:What about people who answered two or more?


they can ask two questions
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Post #24 by Germz » Wed Mar 27, 2013 4:40 pm

Name the 11 goaltenders who have played 100 regular season games or more for the Los Angeles Kings.
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Post #25 by Cao » Wed Mar 27, 2013 5:04 pm

Big#D wrote:jonathan quick
kelly hrudey
jamie storr
roggie vachon
mario lessard
rollie the goalie (melanson or however you spell it)
felix potvin
stefane fiset
mattieu garon
jason labarbera

... that's all the goalies i can think of that played for the kings


also glenn healy. dunno if he hits the 100 game mark though. dan cloutier and erik ersberg definitely do not
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Post #26 by IcE ColD » Wed Mar 27, 2013 5:08 pm

And there was Daniel Berthiaume as well, who probably didn't hit the 100 games mark for the Kings as well.

(and for the funny people who'd want to say he didn't hit the 100 games in the NHL at all, know that he did hit this mark while with the Jets alone... yeah I know, not an NHL team...)
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Post #27 by Murphy7 » Wed Mar 27, 2013 5:12 pm

Ron Grahame
Rob Stauber
Olympian Bob Janeczyk
Either Gary Smith or Gary Simmons played for the Kings.
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Post #28 by VLoo » Wed Mar 27, 2013 6:12 pm

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Post #29 by Germz » Wed Mar 27, 2013 8:46 pm

1. Rogie Vachon - 389
2. Kelly Hrudey - 360
3. Jonathan Quick - 249
4. Mario Lessard - 240
5. Jamie Storr - 205
6. Stephane Fiset - 200
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8. Felix Potvin - 136
9. Rollie Melanson - 119
10. Gerry Desjardins - 103
11. Bob Janecyk - 102

The last guy was the starter the year Vachon was traded to the Kings, and then served as Rogie's backup for 4 and a half seasons before being dealt to the struggling Cleveland Barons. He went on to serve as Gilles Meloche's backup for a number of years in Cleveland and Minnesota until his career sputtered out in the early 80s as he earned spot duty for a few different teams.
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Post #31 by Germz » Fri Mar 29, 2013 10:29 pm

Jaymz wrote:Gary Edwards


Thats the guy.

Anyone can go.
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Post #32 by Germz » Sat Mar 30, 2013 9:13 am

Jarome Iginla
Theo Fleury
Al MacInnis
Joe Nieuwendyk
Joel Otto
Gary Suter
Craig Conroy
Robert Reichel
Gary Roberts
Lanny McDonald
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Jim Peplinski
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Post #38 by Vancouver Blazers » Tue Apr 02, 2013 12:05 am

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