Do You Know Which Team These Famous NHL Duos Played For?

By: Annette
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About This Quiz

These famous hockey duos created poetry on the ice. Like a pair of perfect figure skaters, but more bad *ss. In this quiz, we're going to name the famous duo, and you're going to guess the team. (Disclaimer: Many sibling rivalries make the list)

Bobby Hull and Stan Mikita

Bobby Hull and Stan Mikita made Blackhawks history in 13 seasons together. The two forwards produced a combined four Hart Trophies.

Ted Lindsay and Gordie Howe

This lethal combo was known as Terrible Ted and Mr. Hockey. They made Detroit proud for 11 seasons.

Henri and Maurice Richard

Henri and Maurice Richard were one of the most famous brother duos in NHL history. They played for the Canadiens.

Glenn Hall and Jacques Plante

Blues fans are all too familiar with Glenn Hall and Jacques Plante. These legendary Hall of Famers shall never be forgotten.

How many Broten brothers played in the NHL?

There were a total of three Broten brothers who played in the NHL for a number of different teams. The list includes Neal, Aaron and Paul.

Phil Esposito and Bobby Orr

The Big Bad Bruins are proud of this famous duo. It was one of the greatest offensive pairs in history.

Serge Savard and Larry Robinson

This duo gave the Canadiens a Hall of Fame backline duo that became the dynasty's pillar. Robinson told the Hall of Fame's website. ''He told me just to go and he'd stay back. That's how it went for all those years we won the Cup.''

Bryan Trottier and Mike Bossy

This dynamic duo was the mainstay of the New York Islanders. Their special chemistry won four straight Stanley Cups.

How many Sutter brothers played in the NHL?

Did you know that a total of 6 Sutter brothers played in the NHL? The list included Brian, Duane, Darryl, Brent, Rich and Ron Sutter.

Mark Messier and Wayne Gretzky

Is there any match more perfectly made in heaven? These guys were the cornerstones for the Oilers teams that won four Stanley Cups in five years.

Mario Lemieux and Jaromir Jagr

Pittsburg Penguins fans know all about Mario Lemieux and Jaromir Jagr. Super Mario still lives in our hearts.

Brett Hull and Adam Oates

The St. Louis Blues should count their prayers for the Brett Hull and Adam Oates pairing. This is the Blues' most prolific duo.

The three Stastny brothers

The three Stastny brothers are famous for playing for the Quebec Nordiques in the 1980s. Peter was the most successful of the brothers on the ice.

John Leclair and Eric Lindros

This duo was part of Philadelphia's feared Legion of Doom Line. Leclair and Lindros were great examples of power forwards.

Chris Pronger and Al Macinnis

This was one of the most dominating backline tandems in history. For eight full seasons, they dominated for the Blues.

Scott Stevens and Scott Niedermayer

Who can forget the great Scotts? They were both Hall of Famers, and they made airtight defense a hallmark of three Stanley Cups.

Peter Forsberg and Joe Sakic

We guess that one team wasn't enough for Peter Forsberg and Joe Sakic. They first played for the Nordiques, and then they moved to the Colorado Avalanche.

Vincent Lecavalier and Martin St. Louis

These were Tampa Bay's biggest stars. Over 13 seasons, they led the Lightning to their first and only Stanley Cup win.

Henrik Zetterberg and Pavel Datsyuk

What would the Red Wings do without Henrik Zetterberg and Pavel Datsyuk? After 11 seasons, there's no going back.

Ryan Getzlaf and Corey Perry

Ryan Getzlaf and Corey Perry made Anaheim proud. Did you know that they're both extremely tall, as well?

Evgeni Malkin and Sidney Crosby

Geno and Sid have been the backbone of the Penguins. This is one of the NHL's best one-two punch duos.

Patrick Kane and Jonathan Toews

Chicago's dynamic duo. Patrick Kane and Jonathan Toews, go down as one of the greatest pairings in history.

Henrik and Daniel Sedin

The most famous Swedish twins in NHL history. Wait! The ONLY Swedish twins in NHL history.

Bill and Bun Cook

Here's yet another pair of famous brothers in the NHL. What is it about siblings taking to the ice?

Wayne Gretzky and Paul Coffey

Is it any surprise that Gretzky makes this list twice? Together, they scored a total of 353 points in one season.

Wayne Gretzky and Jari Kurri

WAIT! Gretzky makes this list 3 times? If you're surprised, then you're not a true NHL fan.

Alex Ovechkin and Nicklas Backstrom

The Washington Capitals had something sensational in Alex Ovechkin and Nicklas Backstrom. In the 2009 season they scored 210 points together.

How many points did Wayne Gretzky and Luc Robitaille score for the Kings in 1989-90?

Wayne Gretzky and Luc Robitaille scored 226 points for the Kings in the 1989-90 season. Gretzky alone scored 142.

Evgeni Malkin and Sidney Crosby

Evgeni Malkin and Sidney Crosby were a match made in heaven. They scored 216 points for the Penguins in the 2008-09 season.

How many points did Hull and Mikita score in the 1965-66 season?

Hull and Mikita scored a combined 175 points in the 1965-66 season. They played for the Blackhawks.

Mario Lemieux and Kevin Stevens

This dynamic duo played for the Pittsburg Penguins. In 1991-92, they scored a combined 254 points.

How many points did Orr and Esposito score in 1974-75?

Orr and Esposito scored a combined 262 points in the 1974-75 season. They duo played for the Boston Bruins.

Did Orr and Esposito score more points in 1974-75 or 1972-73?

Orr and Esposito scored more in the 1974-75 season than the 1972-73 season. In the latter, they scored 204 points.

Jaromir Jagr and Ron Francis

Jaromir Jagr and Ron Francis were the famous duo of the Pittsburgh Penguins. In the 1997-98 season, they scored 189 points.

Bernie Geoffrion and Jean Beliveau

Bernie Geoffrion and Jean Beliveau were the powerhouses of the Montreal Canadiens. In the 1960-61 season, they scored 185 points.

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