Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Hockey Quiz No. 6

Maybe I'm getting tougher in my old age, but I can't bring myself to declare a true winner in last month's Hockey Quiz. Though there were three entrants (I was hoping for more, folks), not a single one submitted a completely accurate offering.

One came awfully close, but couldn't figure out the logo. Another two knew the logo, but got dinged through the misspelling or omission of names.

Sorry, folks, but there's no grading on the curve here at Hound Central 4.0. Then again, maybe Hockey Quiz No. 5 was one of the toughest ever.

Having said that, let's see how y'all do this month. I'll wait awhile, too, before posting readers' answers. Maybe we'll get more than three.

Name this Logo

To me, this is the easiest part of these monthly tests of your hockey intelligence.

Most logos are designed to be instantly recognizable, images that are imprinted upon our brains, even with minimal exposure. Or, at least, that's what I remember from my college advertising and marketing classes.

What do you think? Is this one instantly recognizable?

Hockey Word Association

Michael Peca =
NHL Live! =
Mats Sundin =
Montreal fans =
Nikolai Khabibulin =

Hockey, Scrambled

Oklinia Portavon =
Darirch Krap =
Etstico Lapsluh =
Anifab Mornburnts =
Edlani Apelli =

Hockey math

Michel Muchtoojung signed an entry-level, but incentive-laden, contract to play professionally, rather than spending another season gaining much-needed experience in the juniors. In it, he gets $7,500 for each goal, $4,500 for each assist and a $500,000 lump-sum bonus if he participates in an All Star Game event.

At the All Star break, Muchtoojung has eight goals and 12 assists and was named to the rookie team for the YoungStars competition. How much has he earned in bonuses so far this season?

A.) $615,000
B.) $613,500
C.) $614,000
D.) $614,500

Answers to Hockey Quiz No. 5:

Name that logo: Charlotte Checkers, East Coast Hockey League
Hockey, Scrambled: Wojtek Wolski, Guillaume Latendresse, Toni Lydman, Brett McLean and Evgeny Artyukhin
Hockey math: D. Larry Looselips earned $47,961 a game and $3,932,802 a season. Math: Game salary - $671,454/14; Annual salary: $47,961 x 82.


Southweststalker said...

Name This Logo: Finish Olympic Jersey
Word Association
Michael Peca = Overrated
NHL Live =Don Lagreca
Mats Sundin = Screwed over the Leafs
Montreal fans = Think they deserve everything when the team does nothing
Khabibulin = Knocked the Caps from the playoffs

Hockey Scrambled
Nikolia Antrapov
Richard Park
Scottie Upshall
Fabian Brunstrom
Daniel Paille

Hockey Math
c $614,000

rhinomark50 said...

Its not nice to make fun of Stamkos like that... :). I'll answer these things later.

steve g said...

Logo: Team Finland

Michael Peca = Snotty
NHL Live! = Tape-Delay
Mats Sundin = Bald
Montreal fans = Crazy
Nikolai Khabibulin = Money

Oklinia Portavon = Nikolai Antropov
Darirch Krap = Richard Park
Etstico Lapsluh = Scottie Upshall
Anifab Mornburnts = Fabian Brunnstrom
Edlani Apelli = Daniel Paille

Math: c

Anonymous said...


The logo is Finland or Suomi Finland

Mike Peca...ex Sabre...nuff said!
NHL Live!....it dont get any better
Mats Sundin...I can hear it now..."Sedin, Sedin, Sundin!"
Montreal Fans.....loud and proud!!
Nikolai Khabibulin.... "tear down the Wall!" (some of the younger readers might not get the dual meaning....LOL)

Nikolai Antropov
Richard Park
Scottie Upshall
Fabian Brunnstrom
Daniel Paille



and that is my answers to this months quiz...those scrambles are tuff!

Puckhound said...

Who? Me? I'd never do that.

Drew said...

Logo: Suomi!

Word Association
Michael Peca: Where is he now?
NHL Live!: Perfect viewing at the end of the day
Mats Sundin: Over-hyped
Montreal fans: Hate 'em
Nikolai Khabibulin: Awesome sig

Nikolai Antropov
Richard Park
Scottie Upshall
Fabian Brunnstrom
Daniel Paille

Hockey Math: C

Anonymous said...

hey, how did i do on the quiz?

Puckhound said...

Answers will be revealed soon enough. I'm hoping for a few more entries, but most everyone is in the hunt.

Remember, too, spelling counts.