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  • 1. 

    Former Blues coach Al Arbour's 2007-08 782nd win left him ranked where in coaching wins?

    • A.

      Fourth

    • B.

      Eighth

    • C.

      Second

    • D.

      First

    Correct Answer
    C. Second
    Explanation
    Al Arbour's 2007-08 782nd win left him ranked second in coaching wins.

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  • 2. 

    What caused future St. Louis Blues coach Lynn Patrick to miss two seasons of his playing career?

    • A.

      Cancer

    • B.

      Injuries From A Car Accident

    • C.

      World War II

    • D.

      Back Injury

    Correct Answer
    C. World War II
    Explanation
    During World War II, Lynn Patrick missed two seasons of his playing career. This suggests that he was likely involved in the war effort, either by enlisting in the military or serving in some capacity related to the war. This would have prevented him from being able to play hockey during that time.

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  • 3. 

    How did Phil Goyette go from St. Louis to Buffalo in June of 1970?

    • A.

      Chosen In Expansion Draft

    • B.

      Traded For Two Players

    • C.

      Traded For Cash

    • D.

      Picked Up As Free Agent

    Correct Answer
    A. Chosen In Expansion Draft
    Explanation
    Phil Goyette went from St. Louis to Buffalo in June of 1970 by being chosen in the Expansion Draft.

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  • 4. 

    St. Louis Blues player Phil Goyette won which NHL award after the 1969-70 season?

    • A.

      Vezina Trophy

    • B.

      Calder Trophy

    • C.

      Lady Byng Memorial Trophy

    • D.

      Hart Memorial Trophy

    Correct Answer
    C. Lady Byng Memorial Trophy
    Explanation
    The Lady Byng Memorial Trophy is awarded annually to the NHL player who best exemplifies sportsmanship and gentlemanly conduct on the ice. Phil Goyette, a player for the St. Louis Blues, won this award after the 1969-70 season, indicating that he demonstrated exceptional sportsmanship and fair play throughout the season.

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  • 5. 

    Which of these 1971 All-Stars was a member of the St. Louis Blues at the time?

    • A.

      Stan Mikita

    • B.

      Tony Esposito

    • C.

      Danny Grant

    • D.

      Red Berenson

    Correct Answer
    D. Red Berenson
    Explanation
    Red Berenson was a member of the St. Louis Blues in 1971.

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  • 6. 

    In February of 1985 the St. Louis Blues traded goalie Mike Liut to which team?

    • A.

      Minnesota North Stars

    • B.

      Hartford Whalers

    • C.

      Washington Capitals

    • D.

      New Jersey Devils

    Correct Answer
    B. Hartford Whalers
    Explanation
    In February of 1985, the St. Louis Blues traded goalie Mike Liut to the Hartford Whalers.

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  • 7. 

    What St. Louis Blues leader had the most on-ice time for the team in the 2005-06 season?

    • A.

      Eric Weinrich

    • B.

      Dennis Wideman

    • C.

      Scott Young

    • D.

      Petr Cajanek

    Correct Answer
    B. Dennis Wideman
    Explanation
    Dennis Wideman is the correct answer because he had the most on-ice time for the St. Louis Blues in the 2005-06 season. This means that he spent the most time actually playing in games compared to the other options.

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  • 8. 

    Which team did the Blues trade Doug Weight and Erkki Rajamaki to in 2005-2006?

    • A.

      Nashville Predators

    • B.

      Montreal Canadiens

    • C.

      Boston Bruins

    • D.

      Carolina Hurricanes

    Correct Answer
    D. Carolina Hurricanes
    Explanation
    In the 2005-2006 season, the Blues traded Doug Weight and Erkki Rajamaki to the Carolina Hurricanes.

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  • 9. 

    Which of the following players was not a left-winger for the St. Louis Blues during the 2005-2006 season?

    • A.

      Scott Young

    • B.

      Trent Whitfield

    • C.

      Jeff Hogan

    • D.

      Mike Glumac

    Correct Answer
    D. Mike Glumac
    Explanation
    Mike Glumac was not a left-winger for the St. Louis Blues during the 2005-2006 season. This can be inferred by the fact that the other three players mentioned, Scott Young, Trent Whitfield, and Jeff Hogan, were left-wingers for the team during that season.

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  • 10. 

    To which NHL team did the Blues trade Brendan Shanahan for Chris Pronger in 1995?

    • A.

      New York Rangers

    • B.

      New Jersey Devils

    • C.

      Detroit Red Wings

    • D.

      Hartford Whalers

    Correct Answer
    D. Hartford Whalers
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Hartford Whalers. In 1995, the St. Louis Blues traded Brendan Shanahan to the Hartford Whalers in exchange for Chris Pronger.

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  • 11. 

    How many points did Pavol Demitra have in his best NHL season with the St. Louis Blues?

    • A.

      103

    • B.

      83

    • C.

      73

    • D.

      93

    Correct Answer
    D. 93
    Explanation
    In Pavol Demitra's best NHL season with the St. Louis Blues, he had 93 points.

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  • 12. 

    Which St. Louis Blue played in his 631st consecutive game in 1976 breaking the NHL's "Iron Man" record?

    • A.

      Pierre Plante

    • B.

      Garry Unger

    • C.

      Chuck Lefley

    • D.

      Bob Plager

    Correct Answer
    B. Garry Unger
    Explanation
    Garry Unger is the correct answer because he played in his 631st consecutive game in 1976, breaking the NHL's "Iron Man" record. This means that Unger did not miss a single game for 631 games in a row, showcasing his durability and commitment to his team.

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  • 13. 

    With his 55th goal in 1989-90, Brett Hull broke whose St. Louis Blue record for most goals in a season?

    • A.

      Mark Hunter

    • B.

      Garry Unger

    • C.

      Wayne Babych

    • D.

      Bernie Federko

    Correct Answer
    C. Wayne Babych
    Explanation
    Brett Hull broke Wayne Babych's St. Louis Blue record for most goals in a season with his 55th goal in 1989-90.

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  • 14. 

    Keith Tkachuk rejoined the St. Louis Blues in 2007, four months after they traded him to which team?

    • A.

      Nashville Predators

    • B.

      Atlanta Thrashers

    • C.

      Carolina Hurricanes

    • D.

      Tampa Bay Lightning

    Correct Answer
    B. Atlanta Thrashers
    Explanation
    Keith Tkachuk rejoined the St. Louis Blues in 2007, four months after they traded him to the Atlanta Thrashers.

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  • 15. 

    Which St. Louis Blues defenseman died in a 1976 motorcycle accident?

    • A.

      Bob Hess

    • B.

      Bob Gasoff

    • C.

      Bob Stewart

    • D.

      Jamie Masters

    Correct Answer
    B. Bob Gasoff
    Explanation
    Bob Gasoff is the correct answer because he was a St. Louis Blues defenseman who died in a motorcycle accident in 1976.

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