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Are you a world junior expert? Test your knowledge!

 

1. Which country has won the most world junior titles?

a) Soviet Union/Russia

b) Canada

c) United States

d) Czechslovakia/Czech Republic

 

2. Which player has won the most world junior titles?

a) Jason Botterill - Canada

b) Yevgeni Belosheikin - U.S.S.R.

c) Dmitri Yushkevich - Russia

d) Alexander Semak - U.S.S.R.

 

3. Who has the most points in world junior history?

a) Peter Forsberg - Sweden

b) Robert Reichel - Czechoslovakia

c) Pavel Bure - U.S.S.R.

d) Eric Lindros - Canada

 

4. Which player had the most points in a single tournament?

a) Markus Naslund - Sweden, 1993

b) Raimo Helminen - Finland, 1984

c) Peter Forsberg - Sweden, 1993

d) Robert Reichel - Czechoslovakia, 1990

 

5. What goalie had the most wins in a single tournament?

a) Manny Legace - Canada 1993

b) Andre Karpin - U.S.S.R. 1983

c) Al Montoya - United States 2004

d) Tomas Duba - Czech Republic 2001

 

6. Who is the all-time leading goal-scorer in world junior history?

a) Vladimir Ruzicka - Czechslovakia, 1981-83

b) Pavel Bure - U.S.S.R., 1989-91

c) Markus Naslund - Sweden, 1992-93

d) Petr Rosol - Czechoslovakia, 1982-84

 

7. This year's world junior championship is being held in Malmo, Sweden. What country has hosted the most tournaments?

a) Russia

b) United States

c) Sweden

d) Canada

 

8. When was the first official world junior championship held?

a) 1974

b) 1977

c) 1978

d) 1987

 

9. Which city has hosted the most world junior tournaments?

a) Montreal

b) Moscow

c) Piestany, Slovakia

d) Helsinki

 

10. Where will the 2015 world juniors be held?

a) Sochi, Russia

b) Helsinki

c) Toronto and Montreal

d) Seattle

 

Answers on page C8

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition December 24, 2013 C3

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