On Oct. 3 Paul Coffey retired as the second-highest-scoring
defenseman in NHL history (behind Raymond Bourque). In 21 seasons
Coffey played in the Stanley Cup finals seven times for four
teams. With which of his teams did Coffey fail to reach the
a. Penguins b. Kings
c. Flyers d. Red Wings
Through Sunday's games Red Wing Brendan Shanahan was the NHL's
leading scorer, with 14 points (eight goals and six assists) in
eight games. Over the last 22 seasons three players have
monopolized the Art Ross trophy, given to the league's scoring
leader: Wayne Gretzky (10 titles), Mario Lemieux (six) and
Jaromir Jagr (five). Who was the last player, other than those
three, to win the trophy?
THIS WEEK'S MATCHUP
Can you match the NHL player and the team for which he originally
1. Doug Gilmour a. Oilers
2. Brett Hull b. Flames
3. Miroslav Satan c. Devils
4. Brendan Shanahan d. Blues
CALL TO ORDER
Put these goaltenders in order of career goals-against average
through Sunday, starting with the lowest.
a. Dominik Hasek
b. Martin Brodeur
c. Roman Turek
d. Chris Osgood
COFFEY klatch: b. The Kings. Los Angeles made it to the finals in
1993, the season in which the Kings had traded Coffey to Detroit.
MEMBERS ONLY: Marcel Dionne of the Kings scored 137 points (with
53 goals) in 1979-80 to win the scoring title.
THIS WEEK'S MATCHUP: 1. d; 2. b; 3. a; 4. c
CALL TO ORDER: 1. Turek (2.08); 2. Brodeur (2.23); 3. Hasek
(2.24); 4. Osgood (2.39)