Only A True Hockey Fan Can Match 100% Of These Players To Their Team

The National Hockey League, as the name suggests, is a sports organization for professional athletes to play ice hockey. Of all the hockey leagues in the world, the NHL is by far considered to be at the top spot. Its ultimate prize, the Stanley Cup, is actually the oldest trophy for professional sports in the continent. Every year the “Best of the West” and the “Beast of the East” duke it out in a best of seven game series to determine who will hoist the Cup and etch their names in history.

The players that comprise each team can spend their entire time in the league, a few years, a season, or only a couple of games with their team before they retire, get traded, or sign a new contract. Many players build their legacy with one franchise only to leave in their final seasons, others jump from team to team so often that fans are scared to buy their jerseys. With 31 teams making up the NHL and 23 players rostered on each team, remembering each lineup is a daunting task.

Keeping track of each player and which team they play for throughout each and every season takes a true hockey fan. This quiz is here to separate the rink rats from the casual fans. (Wikipedia)

Question 1

Vladimir Tarasenko

This right winger earned alternate captain responsibilities for his club team. Born in Russia, Tarasenko played in the KHL for both Sibir Novosibirsk and SKA Saint Petersburg before joining the National Hockey League in 2010 draft. Vladimir Tarasenko was the captain of the Junior National Team for his country and was a part of the National Olympic Team during the Sochi Olympics. With his first two shots in the NHL, Tarasenko scored his first two goals for his team. He has stayed on this team throughout his time in the National Hockey League, and has helped them earn a spot in the playoffs every year since 2012 when he first suited up for the franchise. (Wikipedia)

Question 2

Milan Lucic

Known for his gritty and physical play, Milan Lucic won a Stanley Cup in 2011 against the Vancouver Canucks with the Boston Bruins. Born in Canada, Lucic represented Team Canada in the Super Series against Russia, and was invited to the camp for two different Olympic teams, but was not selected to the team in either year. This lefty plays on the left wing and acts as alternate captain for his current team, and has shown throughout his time in the league that he has an impressive amount of talent and skill to go along with his physical presence. (Wikipedia)

Question 3

Artemi Panarin

This Russia native plays on the left wing for his current NHL team. Panarin capped off his impressive rookie season in the league in 2016 when he was awarded the Calder Trophy for the league's best rookie. Artemi continued his success in seasons to come, and set a record in 2018 for his current team when he scored 80 points in only 80 games played. Though he has never represented his country in the Olympics, Panarin was selected to the National Teams in the World Cup of Hockey in 2016, the 2013-14 EuroHockey Tours, and many other small tournaments. (Wikipedia)

Question 4

Auston Matthews

As the NHL's best rookie in the 2016 season, Auston Matthews scored forty goals in his opening year with his current team. He is a US born player and represented his country in many small tournaments, such as the under 18 World Junior Championships, where he won both first place finishes. He has never participated in an Olympics. As a lefty center and one of the league's most exciting and dynamic players, Matthews has helped bring his team from the bottom of the table to postseason contenders. He scored four goals in his first game in the NHL and hasn't stopped to look back.

Question 5

Tyler Bertuzzi

Tyler Bertuzzi is a hard hitting forward for his current team. In his time as a professional, he went back and forth between his NHL team and their minor league team, filling in games when needed without showing he deserved much more. Tyler Bertuzzi then played well enough to appear in 48 games last season for his team, and was able to earn a long-term deal of two years. He has never represented Team Canada in international play, but his physical play and work ethic has earned him the respect of the team that he currently suits up for. (Wikipedia)

Question 6

T.J. Oshie

T.J. Oshie is a US born right wing in the National Hockey League. He has won a Stanley Cup, but is likely most known for his performance during the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia. For the US team, Oshie scored four of his six shots during the team's shootout with Russia. The United States won that game due to Oshie's efforts. Throughout his time in the NHL, Oshie has proven to be a high-energy player with a knack for scoring goals. His attitude on and off the ice, as well as his skill, has earned him the respect of his coaches and fellow players. (Wikipedia)

Question 7

William Karlsson

William Karlsson is a Sweden native center in the National Hockey League. Though he has never represented his country in an Olympic Games, he has played for Team Sweden for some international tournaments, including one World Championship and two World Junior Championships, and one Under 18 World Championship. In the 2017-18 season, Karlsson finished third in scoring for the Maurice "Rocket" Richard trophy, awarded to the league's top scorer, and won the Lady Byng Memorial Trophy, which is award to the player that exemplifies both outstanding play as well as great sportsmanship. He has made an appearance in one Stanley Cup final with his current team. (Wikipedia)

Question 8

Nikita Kucherov

As one of the league's top goal scorers, Nikita Kucherov is an All-Star right wing for his current team. He led his team in points during the 2017-18 season and was named to the All Star game for his efforts. In international play, Nikita Kucherov has represented Team Russia in many tournaments, including World Juniors Championships, a World Cup of Hockey, and a World Championship. He has only played for one team during his time in the National Hockey League, and continues to be a star figure in the team's consistent success and status as playoff favorites and Stanley Cup contenders. (Wikipedia)

Question 9

Patrik Laine

Though Patrik Laine played goaltender as a child, this Finnish NHL star plays right wing for his current team. At only 20 years old, Laine has already set many records for young players at his current franchise, including goals scored in a rookie season and second highest points for a rookie. As a teenager in the National Hockey League, Laine scored 80 goals. He has represented Team Finland in international tournaments such as World Juniors, World Championships, and the World Cup of Hockey in 2016. In 2017, Patrik Laine was voted into the NHL All-Star game and continues to be one of the best young players in the league. (Wikipedia)

Question 10

Roberto Luongo

This butterfly goalie is a veteran in the National Hockey League. In 2011, he won the award for the league's lowest goals against average and has been considered as one of the league's best goaltenders at various points throughout his time as a professional. Roberto Luongo has represented Team Canada in three Olympic Games in 2006, 2010, and 2014. He won the Gold Medal in 2010 as the team's starter and again in 2014 as the backup. He holds his team's record for most all-time wins, games played, shutouts, and many more. Luongo has also played in six All-Star games in the NHL. (Wikipedia)

Question 11

Kris Letang

Kris Letang is a defenseman who serves as the alternate captain for his current NHL team. With this team, Letang has enjoyed numerous successful seasons, including three Stanley Cup wins. He is a four-time NHL All-Star and considered a top defenseman in the league. For Team Canada, Letang has participated in three different international tournaments, including two World Junior Championships in which he won two gold medals and served as team captain in one year. Kris Letang has proven to be a solid defender with impressive offensive capabilities. He holds his team's record for most points recorded by a defenseman. (Wikipedia)

Question 12

Patrick Marleau

Patrick Marleau is a center and winger in the National Hockey League and has been one of the league's top scorers since he began playing professionally in 1997. He has played in four World Championships for Canada and won two Olympic Gold Medals in 2010 and 2014. On the ice, he is known for his skating speed, quick release, and goal-scoring ability, as well his sportsmanship. He has been a finalist for two Lady Byng awards and has appeared in three different NHL All-Star games. Though he has been an outstanding player on Stanley Cup favorite teams, Marleau has never won the sports' greatest prize. (Wikipedia)

Question 13

Matthew Tkachuk

As the alternate captain and left wing for his current team, Matthew Tkachuk has proven to be a skilled young player in the National Hockey League. Born in Scottsdale, Arizona, Tkachuk has represented the United States in three different international tournaments, earning medals in all three. He has also shown his ability to play with some physical grit and energy. Although his team has had little success in the National Hockey League in recent years, Matthew Tkachuk is a young player they will look to rely on more as they grow their franchise and rebuild to a playoff contention team. (Wikipedia)

Question 14

Matt Duchene

Matt Duchene is a center for his current NHL team. He serves as alternate captain and much needed offensive spark for a team that lacks big name stars. In his international play, Duchene has appeared in numerous tournaments, including Junior Championships, World Championships, World Cup of Hockey, and capped with an Olympic Gold Medal in the 2014 Sochi games. In the NHL, Duchene has appeared in two All-Star games. To wind up at his current team, he was a part of a three-team trade, which resulted in his departure from a game with his former team while still on the ice. (Wikipedia)

Question 15

Claude Giroux

Claude Giroux is the captain of his current NHL team. He has been the shining star of his otherwise struggling franchise, as he has been among the league leaders in points since he first took over his leadership role in 2013. Though he did not make an appearance on the 2014 Olympic team for Canada, Giroux has skated for his country in many international tournaments in which he won a variety of medals. As a five-time All-Star since 2011, Claude Giroux continues to impress and act as a sign of hope for his franchise as they look to build around his talent. (Wikipedia)

Question 16

Jordan Staal

Jordan Staal is one of four Staal brothers playing in the National Hockey League. He plays center and has responsibilities as his current team's alternate captain. Staal has won the Stanley Cup as well as several international medals with Team Canada during tournaments such as the World Championships. He is highly regarded as one of the league's most defensively skilled forwards and has a proven knack for scoring goals. Because of his defensive prowess as a forward, he was a finalist for the Selke award in 2010. Throughout his time in the NHL, Staal has displayed good sportsmanship and dedication to the hockey community. (Wikipedia)

Question 17

Jonathan Toews

Jonathan Toews is a member of the Triple Gold Club, which means he has won a World Championship, an Olympic Gold Medal, as well as a Stanley Cup. He is a superstar center in the National Hockey League and the captain of his team. Of those awards, he has won two World Championships, two Olympic Gold Medals, and three Stanley Cups. He has been declared one of the greatest 100 players in NHL history, and has spent his entire time as a pro with the same team. Though his team has not been successful in the past couple seasons, Toews has led them to be a dominant force in the league. (Wikipedia)

Question 18

Antti Raanta

This Finnish National Hockey League player won a Stanley Cup with the team that signed him as a free agent in 2013. This goaltender would then go on to join one other team before landing himself on the squad he plays for now. In 2017, as the starter for his current team, Raanta led them to a winning record, but was unable to earn the team a playoff position. He was resigned for another three years. As a member of the Finnish national team, Antti Raanta has only appeared in one international tournament, a World Championship in which his team finished fourth. (Wikipedia)

Question 19

Jeff Skinner

At just 26 years old, Jeff Skinner is still a young player in the National Hockey League. That being said, in the 2010-11 season, he was voted as the league's best rookie and was voted to the NHL All-Star game at only 18 years old. He later went on to be the alternate captain for his former team before being traded before the start of the 2018 regular season. Jeff Skinner has represented Team Canada in six international tournaments, including four World Championships where he won a silver medal in 2017. On his current team, he is a key figure with a franchise that has been ineffective for years. (Wikipedia)

Question 20

Taylor Hall

Taylor Hall is the star of his current National Hockey League team, playing at the left wing position and acting as their alternate captain. He has won many international medals with Team Canada, including first place wins in two World Championships. He has been named to four different All-Star games in the NHL and won the Hart trophy in 2018 as the National Hockey League's Most Valuable Player. He plays with a super high energy and work ethic, incredible skill, and a knack for scoring big goals. Though his franchise has experienced success in the past, they have struggled in recent years and will look to utilize Hall's talent as they build. (Wikipedia)

Question 21

Kevin Shattenkirk

Kevin Shattenkirk joined the National Hockey League after the 2007 entry draft and has played in the league since then as a high quality and talented defenseman. For the United States national team, Kevin Shattenkirk played several international tournaments, including the Sochi Olympic Games in 2014 with a fourth place finish. After playing through a torn meniscus, Shattenkirk was placed on reserve in the 2017-18 season, but was expected to be back in the lineup by the end of the regular season and for his team's playoff race. His current team fell out of playoff contention and Shattenkirk sat out for the remainder of the year. (Wikipedia)

Question 22

Torey Krug

This National Hockey League defenseman signed as an undrafted player for his current team. After being called up to play in his first NHL games, Torey Krug impressed his coaches, his team, and the league with his offensive capabilities as a defenseman. In his rookie season, Krug finished high among his fellow league rookies in scoring and was considered to be one of the top candidates for the Rookie of the Year award. Though he did not win the honor, his strong rookie campaign helped his team win the trophy awarded to the league's best team. Krug has only appeared in one international tournament for the United States. (Wikipedia)

Question 23

P.K. Subban

P.K. Subban is a defenseman known throughout the National Hockey League for his physical style of play, offensive ability, and loud personality. Though he enjoyed a successful stint with his first team, he was later traded in what became one of the biggest and most talked about trades of the time. He has won the Norris Trophy for the league's best defenseman and made a trip to the Stanley Cup Finals with his current team. Internationally, Subban has appeared in many tournaments for Team Canada, highlighted by the team's gold medal win in the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi. (Wikipedia)

Question 24

Michael Del Zotto

As a defenseman in the National Hockey League, Michael Del Zotto was able to earn a high volume of playing time from the very beginning of his rookie season. After his time with his first NHL team, Del Zotto spent one season with the Nashville Predators, followed by three years with his next team, before finally signing with the team he currently plays for in July of 2017. Internationally, Michael Del Zotto has only appeared for the National Team in one tournament, the 2010 World Championship, in which Del Zotto and his teammates only earned a seventh place finish. (Wikipedia)

Question 25

John Tavares

John Tavares has been one of the league's most talented stars since he first joined the league in 2009. The first team Tavares played for had been unsuccessful for many seasons, and hoped the addition of Tavares would spark their play. Tavares did just that, as in 2013, he led the team to their first playoff series since 2007. Tavares earned five All-Star appearances throughout his time with his former team and at the end of the 2017 season, when Tavares faced free agency, many believed he would resign with his club, but he decided to play for a playoff contender and signed with his current team prior to the 2018 season. (Wikipedia)

Question 26

Frans Nielsen

As the first Danish player in the National Hockey League, Frans Nielsen has shown to be a skilled all-around player for both his former team and his current team. Nielsen has also emerged as one of, if not the, best shootout player in league history. He boasts one of the best scoring percentages in the shootout in league history. Frans Nielsen has played in several international tournaments for Denmark and played for Team Europe in the World Cup of Hockey. After spending his first ten NHL seasons with the team that drafted him, Nielsen signed as a free agent with his current team. (Wikipedia)

Question 27

Jamie Benn

This National Hockey League star scored the league's most points with his current team in the 2014-15 season, when he won the Art Ross Trophy. Jamie Benn played with his brother, defenseman Jordie Benn, on Jamie's current team before Jordie signed with the Montreal Canadiens. Jamie Benn serves as the captain and focal point of the offense for his current team and has earned two NHL All-Star appearances since joining the league in 2009. With his National Team, Jamie Benn has appeared in the World Junior Championship, the World Championship, and the 2014 Sochi Olympic gold medal winning team. (Wikipedia)

Question 28

Jonathan Quick

Jonathan Quick has build an impressive legacy with his current team. As the starting goaltender, he has won the Vezina Trophy for the National Hockey League's top goalie twice since joining the team in 2007. He has gone on to lead his team to two Stanley Cup victories in 2012 and 2014, and was awarded the Conn Smythe Trophy for the Playoff MVP for his efforts in 2012. As a third-string goalie for the US National Team in the 2010 Olympics, Quick received a silver medal. As the team's starting goalie in the 2014 Olympics, Quick and his team did not earn any medals with a fourth place finish. (Wikipedia)

Question 29

Eric Staal

The oldest of the four Staal brothers that play in the National Hockey League, Eric won a Stanley Cup as the captain of his former team in 2006. After his time with that Stanley Cup winning team, Staal spent one season with a team considered to be a favorite for the Cup, but the team disappointed and lost early in their campaign. He signed with his current team at the conclusion of the 2016 season. His Stanley Cup victory in 2006, along with the World Championship and Olympic gold medals he won with Team Canada in 2007 and 2010, respectively, made Eric a member of the Triple Gold Club. (Wikipedia)

Question 30

Shea Weber

Shea Weber spent the entirety of his time in National Hockey League with his previous team before being traded in 2016 to his current team. He was voted to the NHL All-Star game six different times and won the All-Star Game SuperSkills Hardest Shot Competition twice. He served as captain for his former team and currently serves as captain for the team he plays for now. Shea Weber has represented Team Canada in many different international tournaments, highlighted by the 2010 and 2014 Olympic Games, in which Weber and Canada received gold medals in both. Weber is widely considered one of the league's best defenseman. (Wikipedia)

Question 31

Carey Price

Carey Price began playing in the National Hockey League and for his current team in the 2007 regular season. Though his time with the club began as a roller coaster ride that enjoyed great success as well as relentless booing from the home crowd, Price has proven to be one of the league's top goaltending talents. During his time in the league, Carey Price has been voted to the NHL All-Star game during six different seasons and continues to be one of the league's best. With Team Canada, Price has won a World Championship final and an Olympic Gold Medal. (Wikipedia)

Question 32

Brad Marchand

Brad Marchand is a left wing from Canada in the National Hockey League. Marchand was drafted by, won a Stanley Cup with, and has been named an NHL All-Star in two different seasons during his time with his current team. Though Marchand is widely known throughout the league for his ability to get under his opponents' skin and his questionable plays, he has also proven to be a talented goal scorer with a considerable amount of skill. Though he was not a part of Canada's Olympic gold teams, he did win a World Championship and World Cup of Hockey with his international team. (Wikipedia)

Question 33

Cal Clutterbuck

Cal Clutterbuck is a right wing in the National Hockey League. Clutterbuck built his reputation in the league with his former team as a hard-hitting and high-energy player. In the 2008 regular season, Clutterbuck broke the NHL record for most hits in a season while playing against the team he currently plays for. As an international player, Clutterbuck has appeared in one World Championship in which Canada finished fifth. With his current team, Clutterbuck played on the fourth line that was considered to be the best fourth line in the entire league due to their work ethic, physical play, and impressive individual skill. (Wikipedia)

Question 34

Corey Perry

As alternate captain for his current team, Corey Perry has impressed the National Hockey League with his individual skill and natural ability to score goals. Throughout his time with his current team, Perry has won a Stanley Cup, been named to the NHL All-Star team four times, and won the Maurice "Rocket" Richard trophy as the league's top scorer. Perry has also won the Hart Trophy for the league's Most Valuable Player. As an international player for Team Canada, Corey Perry has represented his country in three World Championships, two Olympic Games, and one World Cup of Hockey. He won two Olympic golds, one World Championship, and one World Cup of Hockey. (Wikipedia)

Question 35

Erik Karlsson

Erik Karlsson is widely considered to be one of the National Hockey League's best defenseman, for his ability to defend, his impressive offensive capabilities, as well as the leadership he shows on and off the ice. He served as captain of his former team before the beginning of the 2018 regular season, when he was traded to the team he plays for currently. He has won a Norris Trophy twice as the league's best defenseman, been named to the All-Star game five different seasons, and won the Viking award as the best Swedish player in the league three different times. (Wikipedia)

Question 36

Zach Parise

As the alternate captain of his current team, the captain of his former team, the alternate captain of the US Olympic team in 2010, and the captain of the US Olympic team in 2014, Zach Parise has proven throughout his time as a professional hockey player that he is a natural leader. He is an incredibly skilled forward with an eye for goal and has a great play-making ability. He led his former team to a Stanley Cup final and has been a much needed offensive spark for his current team and they look to build their franchise into every year playoff contenders. (Wikipedia)

Question 37

Dustin Byfuglien

Dustin Byfuglien currently serves as alternate captain to the National Hockey League team he plays for now. Before joining this team, Byfuglien won a Stanley Cup with one of his former teams and has played both forward and defense throughout his time as a professional. He is known for his hard-hitting style of play and unlikely skill for a player with such physical tendencies. Dustin Byfuglien has not had much experience playing for his US national team in major international tournaments, but his talent was recognized when he was voted to the 2007 All-Star game and he now acts as a key part of his team's system of play. (Wikipedia)

Question 38

David Backes

David Backes is a forward in the National Hockey League and acted as team captain with his former team before signing with his current team before the start of the 2015-16 regular season. He was with his former team for ten seasons, five as captain. With the United States national team, David Backes played on two Olympic teams, including the silver medal team in the 2010 Olympics in Vancouver and the fourth place team in the 2014 Olympics in Sochi. Backes has been voted to one All-Star games and has been a finalist for the Selke award for league's best defensive forward. (Wikipedia)

Question 39

Duncan Keith

As one of the "100 Greatest NHL Players" and alternate captain for his current team, Duncan Keith has, throughout his time as a professional in the National Hockey League, been one of the best defenders in hockey. His skill on the offensive end of the ice has made him a versatile and valuable player for his team, for which he has won three Stanley Cups, been named an All-Star four times, won two Norris Trophies as league's best defenseman, and won one Conn Smythe Trophy as the playoff MVP. Keith has also won two Olympic gold medals with Team Canada. (Wikipedia)

Question 40

Joe Pavelski

Joe Pavelski is a Wisconsin born forward in the National Hockey League and has spent his entire time as a professional with his current club, where he now serves as captain. From the very beginning of his rookie season, Pavelski proved to be a consistent and effective player. Whether he was on a goal scoring streak or drought, his level of play was always high. He earned much of his notoriety for his play during the playoffs, where he led his team to a Stanley Cup final in one season. He has also captained the US national team at the World Cup of Hockey, and won an Olympic silver medal with the team in 2010. (Wikipedia)

Question 41

Anze Kopitar

Anze Kopitar has enjoyed many successes with his current National Hockey League team. During his time there, he has been named to four NHL All-Star games, won two Stanley Cups, won two Selke Trophies, and won one Lady Byng award. At the time of his draft in 2005, he became the first NHL player born in Slovenia and proved to be one of the league's best rookies. Since then, he has earned a reputation as top player in the league due to his skill on both sides of the puck and his efficiency in the face-off circle. He has spent his entire time as pro with the same team. (Wikipedia)

Question 42

Phil Kessel

Phil Kessel is a US born forward in the National Hockey League and throughout his time in the league has proven to be a gifted goal scorer. He has won two Stanley Cups with his current team and is known for his incredible shooting ability and skill along with his durability, as he has rarely missed games. Phil Kessel has been named to three NHL All-Star games. As an international player for the United States national team, Phil Kessel has participated in many different tournaments, including two Olympic appearances, highlighted by his team's silver medal win in the 2010 Olympics. (Wikipedia)

Question 43

Marc-Andre Fleury

Marc-Andre Fleury is one of the top goaltenders in the National Hockey League. With his former team, Fleury won three Stanley Cups and was named to two NHL All-Star games. With his current team, he reached a Stanley Cup final and was named to one All-Star game. Marc-Andre Fleury has represented Team Canada at a number of international tournaments, which included a third-string roster spot on the 2010 Olympic gold medal team in Vancouver, though he did not play during the tournament. Despite some forgettable playoff years, Fleury has proven to be a veteran goalie who knows how to win important games. (Wikipedia)

Question 44

Henrik Lundqvist

Henrik Lundqvist, dubbed "King Henrik" for his dominating play as a goaltender in the National Hockey League, has spent his entire stint as a professional with his current team. Lundqvist has won one Vezina Trophy and was nominated for four others and has been named to four NHL All-Star games. Despite his incredible play and his team's many seasons of success, he has never won a Stanley Cup. In international play, Lundqvist has represented Team Sweden in many tournaments, including a gold Olympic medal in the 2006 Olympics in Turin and a silver Olympic medal in the 2014 Olympics in Sochi. (Wikipedia)

Question 45

Tyler Seguin

Tyler Seguin joined the National Hockey League and enjoyed immediate success with his former team. He became a major part of the team's success for his play during the playoffs of his rookie year, in which the team won the Stanley Cup. After his Stanley Cup victory, he continued to grow as a player and was traded to his current team in what became a widely talked-about trade. With his current team, Tyler Seguin serves as alternate captain and has been a major part of the team's rebuilding. Tyler Seguin represented team Canada in their World Championship win in 2015. (Wikipedia)

Question 46

Steven Stamkos

Steven Stamkos started his time in National Hockey League as the first overall draft pick and has lived up to his expectations, becoming one of the leagues most effective goal scorers. He still plays on the same team that drafted him, where he now serves as captain. Steven Stamkos has won two Maurice "Rocket" Richard trophies and throughout his time with his team has been a five-time NHL All-Star. Steven Stamkos has never represented Team Canada in the Olympic Games, but has appeared in many international tournaments, highlighted by a World Cup of Hockey win for his team in 2016. (Wikipedia)

Question 47

Tyler Ennis

Though Tyler Ennis began playing in the National Hockey League as a member of team that was unable to put together a winning season, he remained a bright spot for the franchise and played at a consistently high level. He was then traded, but was not as effective as he was for his former team. At the beginning of the 2018 season, Tyler Ennis signed with his current team to a one-year contract, where he will look to get back to a high level of play. Tyler Ennis represented Team Canada in one World Championship in 2015, helping the team earn its gold medal. (Wikipedia)

Question 48

Wayne Simmonds

Wayne Simmonds takes on alternate captain responsibilities for his current National Hockey League team. Simmonds is known for his grit, physical style of play, and skill. He has earned multiple "Gordie Howe Hattricks" in his time in the league, which is a game in which a player scores a goal, notches an assist, and receives a fighting major penalty. Wayne Simmonds has appeared in one NHL All-Star game and represented Team Canada in one World Junior Championship in 2008 in which he won a gold medal and two World Championships, earning fifth and second place finishes in 2013 and 2017. (Wikipedia)

Question 49

Ryan Getzlaf

Ryan Getzlaf has built a legendary hockey legacy with the same National Hockey League team for the entirety of his time as a professional. He holds many of his team's offensive records and has won a Stanley Cup with the franchise as well. This Stanley Cup win was the first in the organization's history. Getzlaf has played in three NHL All-Star games. Throughout his time as an international player, Ryan Getzlaf has represented Team Canada in numerous tournaments, his time highlighted by two Olympic gold medals in 2010 and 2014 and a first place finish in the World Cup of Hockey. (Wikipedia)

Question 50

Mark Stone

Mark Stone is a forward and alternate captain for his current National Hockey League team. Stone had a slow journey to his current team, as he was drafted in 2010 but did not play his rookie season until the 2014-15 season. In that season, he proved that he deserved to be on the roster and was considered to be one of the best players on the team. Stone has also been successful defensively, where he excels in takeaways, leading the league in the 2016-17 season. For his international team, Mark Stone played in one World Junior Championship and one World Championship, the latter of which he and Team Canada won gold. (Wikipedia)

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