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40 // AUGUST 2017 USAHOCKEYMAGAZINE.COM USA Hockey Puzzle By Larry Humber F U N & GA M ES ACROSS Monique and Jocelyne Lamoureux are twin ___ Laviolette who steered our Olympic team in 2006 Celebrated skater Michelle ___ has a brother who played hockey Home of the Blue Jackets Wearing the "C" When the NHL playoffs kick off Colin ___ was with our 2017 World Junior squad He captained the U.S. at the 2014 Olympics (and was also captain in New Jersey) A game misconduct penalty results in this ___ 1 is the top level of Junior hockey in the U.S. Hall of Famer Ron ___ is best remembered for his years as coach at Michigan State Troy Terry scored on the ___ round to eliminate Russia from the 2017 World Juniors 1. 4. 7. 8. 10. 12. 13. 14. 18. 19. 20. 21. DOWN Troy Terry was once coached by Avalanche great Joe ___ The hardest shots, especially when taken with a full windup Demonstrated He starred in Slap Shot, the classic hockey film Minnesota-born ___ Petersen, a diabetic, played with Dallas from 2008-12 Substitute or spare player Elk River-born blueliner who was in Sochi in 2014 The Metropolitan ___ includes both New York teams and the Devils Where Ryan Kesler now plays Uses one's stick to impede an opponent Ice hockey is said to be "the fastest game on ___" Dustin Byfuglien's team 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 9. 11. 12. 15. 16. 17. Like USA Hockey Magazine on Facebook and look for next month's Funny Photo for a chance to win a USA Hockey prize. The following captions were selected from all those who sent in their Funny Photo suggestions. F U N N Y P H O T O W I N N E R S "Last year's runners up of Dancing with the stars are bringing an unusual routine to this year's competition." Rober t Keaton R i c h m o n d , Va . E N T E R Y O U R C A P T I O N N E X T M O N T H "Fly the Friendly Thighs." Michael Vardaro B o s t o n "... and STAY out!" John Tranchina Tu l s a , O k l a . DID YOU KNOW ? HOCKE Y MATH k During a remarkable three-year stretch (from 1995-98) U.S. Hockey Hall of Famer John LeClair scored 152 goals. If he finished his 17-year NHL career with 406 goals, what percentage of his total number of goals came during that three-year span? k Boston Bruins head coach Art Ross is credited with the idea of pulling a goaltender for an extra attacker when he swapped goaltender Tiny Thompson for a sixth skater during a playoff game against the Montreal Canadiens in 1931. S T I C K L E R S By Mike Curti ANSWERS: CROSSWORD | ACROSS 1. SISTERS, 4. PETER, 7. KWAN, 8. COLUMBUS, 10. CAPTAINING, 12. APRIL, 13. WHITE, 14. ZACH PARISE, 18. EJECTION, 19. TIER, 20. MASON AND 21. SEVENTH. DOWN 1. SAKIC, 2. SLAPPERS, 3. SHOWN, 4. PAUL NEWMAN, 5. TOBY, 6. RESERVE, 9. PAUL MARTIN, 11. DIVISION, 12. ANAHEIM, 15. HOOKS, 16. EARTH AND 17. JETS. HOCKEY MATH ANSWER: During the peak of his career with the Philadelphia Flyers, John LeClair scored 37 percent of his NHL goals over the course of three seasons in which he tallied 51, 50 and 51 goals.

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