NHL Teams by Clue

Enter an answer into the box based on the clues given.
Quiz by chempstead98
Last updated: October 11, 2014
First submittedFebruary 12, 2013
Times taken1,288
Average score43.3%
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Mallard, Wood
Anaheim Ducks
Irene, Camille
Carolina Hurricanes
Greenland, Taiwan
New York Islanders
Slang, People up north
Vancouver Canucks
Bull, Tiger, Mako
San Jose Sharks
Syrup, Tree
Toronto Maple Leafs
Sword, World War I
Buffalo Sabres
Sirius, the Sun
Dallas Stars
Tiger, Lion, Humans
Nashville Predators
Pink, Black
Florida Panthers
Leonidas, George
Los Angeles Kings
Ursus arctos, old-fashioned word
Boston Bruins
Motors, Montreal HC
Detroit Red Wings
Harrier, Hornet
Winnipeg Jets
Horns, Red
New Jersey Devils
Natural Disaster, Cold
Colorado Avalanche
Cloud-to-Ground, Dry, Ball
Tampa Bay Lightning
Bessie Smith, B.B. King
St. Louis Blues
John McCain, Joseph McCarthy
Ottawa Senators
Transformers, Type of Ship
Edmonton Oilers
Pilot, Pamphlet
Philadelphia Flyers
Carnivore, Dog
Phoenix Coyotes
La Paz, Cairo
Washington Capitals
Hot, Gaseous, Visible
Calgary Flames
Emperor, Gentoo, Chinstrap
Pittsburgh Penguins
Civil War, the Uniforms Worn
Columbus Blue Jackets
Justin Bieber, Alexander Graham Bell
Montreal Canadiens
Native Americans, Tribal Chief
Chicago Blackhawks
Park, Forest
New York Rangers
Parties, Pokemon
Minnesota Wild
Level 49
Oct 3, 2014
Needs way more time
Level 33
Oct 11, 2014
Or maybe you need to sharpen up...
Level 33
Oct 11, 2014
Kidding, I thought I put 5 minutes on it, but I guess not.
Level 82
Oct 14, 2014
Alexander Graham Bell was born in Scotland and held British citizenship until 1882, at which time he became an American citizen. He did live and work in Canada, but there was no such thing as Canadian citizenship until 1910. He was neither born in Canada nor a Canadian citizen. At best, he was a British subject living in Canada. Surely a better example can be found for that clue.
Level 33
Oct 15, 2014
Since you're so smart, why don't you think of a better clue.
Level 70
Jun 16, 2015
"Hot, gaseous, visible" is a perfect clue for Stars...