Hockey Trivia

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Quiz by BostonBoy
Last updated: May 23, 2013
First submittedMay 8, 2013
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Quiz about the greatest game on ice.
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The line on which the net must be lined up with
Goal line
The line by which crossing before the puck is offsides
Blue line
The line that determines whether or not dumping the puck in is icing
Red line
Area in front of the net from which many goals are scored
The slot
Area where the defensemen shoot from in the offensive zone
The point
Side of the ice without the puck
Weak side
Side of the puck with the puck
Strong side
Full name for the goalie's position
Real name for the 'Sin Bin'
Penalty box
Number of teams in the NHL
Number of conferences in the NHL
Number of divisions in each conference
Team that won the Stanley Cup in 2011-12
LA Kings
Team that won the Stanley Cup in 2010-11
Boston Bruins
Position that takes faceoffs
Forward that takes to either side of the ice
Wing (Left/Right)
Position of the last man before the goalie
Where the sport was invented
NHL player with the most goals in history
Wayne Gretzky
Retired Boston player, greatest defenseman ever, famous goal scoring winning Stanley Cup goal in 1970
Bobby Orr
Retired NY Rangers player who promised a win in Game 6 vs NJ Devils
Mark Messier
Goalie who 'invented' the butterfly stance
Patrick Roy
Head of the league
Gary Bettman
First black player in the NHL
Willy O'Ree
Benefactor who had the Cup created, 16th Earl of Derby
Lord Frederick Stanley
Level 27
Mar 29, 2014
Terry Sawchuk was the first to play the butterfly, so he technically "invented" it. Patrick Roy made the butterfly stance popular.
Level 24
Apr 1, 2014
Well, not necessarily. You see, Sawchuk was indeed very much a new style of goaltender but given the tendencies he had to stay upright, he was actually a hybrid goaltender, not a butterfly.
Level 73
Oct 20, 2018
It depends on who you talk to about this subject, but a lot of folks consider Glenn Hall as the first to drop to his knees to block shots. Sawchuk and Jacques Plante were primarily stand up goalies who dabbled with the butterfly...but after Hall started it. Roger Crozier and Tony Esposito popularzied it further...well before Roy showed up in the '80's.
Level 71
Jul 22, 2014
What's the meaning of "Side of the puck with the puck"???
Level 60
May 26, 2020
lidstrom > orr
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