How to Speak Hockey

How to Speak Hockey

Hockey-English Translation Dictionary

Book - 2007
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For those who grew up around hockey, it's easy to understand a sentence like, He let loose a howitzer from the hash marks, roofing the puck past the stunned netminder. But for those who have no idea what that means, How to Speak Hockey provides a unique look into Canada's unofficial third language. Even lifelong lovers of the game might just learn a thing or two: - Many hockey fans know about the five hole, but few know that there are seven holes in total- Before the humble rubber puck, people used strange round balls called road apples- Learn the strange and unique origins of common phrases including stood on his head and hat trick - Find out exactly what is meant when a player dipsy doodles through traffic and breaks the ice- In hockey, sometimes a hot dog is not just something you get at the concession stand- Fighting has always been a part of hockey, so it's not surprising that there are so many words to describe it, from a word as innocent as dance to the biggest fight in hockey the bench-clearing brawl.For all those wannabe hockeyists or lifelong rink rats out there, game on!
Publisher: [Coquitlam, B.C.] : Arctic Raven, c2007.
ISBN: 9780969497776
0969497776
Characteristics: 144 p. :,ill. ;,20 cm.
Additional Contributors: Kennedy, Brian 1962-

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eastavin
Dec 05, 2009

If you need help with hockey phrases and terms this is a good start.

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