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    Lightbulb Random Trivia for an Auto card :)

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    (Winner will get a Jan Caloun 1992 Classic Four Sport Auto Hand #'d 992/1975!!!!)

    Who killed a bat in a Stanley Cup Finals playoff game in the 1970's?

    What teams were playing and where did this happen???

    1 Answer Per Member
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    Good Luck :)

    This contest was approved by Rima (BlackDiam0nd66)

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    Never heard of the guy but hey who doesn't love free stuff..

    Is is Jim Lorentz in Memorial Auditorium during Game 3 of the 1975 Finals?

    It was Buffalo vs. Philly.

    For those who might try finding that info is tougher than you might imagine :)

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    Mo Is Correct

    Jim Lorentz is known as Batman.

    BTW> It wsn't a Trivia Question it was 4 Trivia questions.

    I knew it was Jimmy and I knew they played the flyers, but not sure of the game Number

    give him his Soccer card! Lol

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    As a history major it is an important part of my discipline to seek out the important facts.... including which game in the series it was :)

    A really tough trivia question would be the official time the bat was considered dead. Lol

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    ModanoFan9, Congrats you got the correct answer for the auto card.

    I dont follow or know much about Hockey so i figured this card would be better off in a Hockey collectors collection!

    On the card it says Caloun is a RW and i looked his name up on the net a while back and he played for the Blue Jackets!

    Please PM me your addy and i will ship out the card asap :)

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    As a history major it is an important part of my discipline to seek out the important facts....

    On May 20, 1975 Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Finals between Philadelphia and Buffalo was delayed because of fog in the Memorial Auditorium that developed due to the high humidity in Buffalo on that particular day. As the players were skating during the delay, a bat swooped down, sending all of the skaters scattering for cover except for one player who swatted the bat down with his stick. Who was the player? (Hint: His team won that night) (June 02, 2001) (Answer - Jim Lorentz)
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    ModanoFan9, Card went out today please lmk when you get it.

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