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12-14-2010, 11:41 PM
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Feel The Heat
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Originally Posted by MarkGio View Post
Wow, it really does motivate you!
A chant doesn't motivate a player, but a boo or jeer does? I think your out to lunch.
Typical power play:

"Let's go blah blah, let's go *clap, clap, clap*"

That chant is "suppose" to motivate the team, and that's only one chant of a traditional hockey chant. That little kipper-kid that pretends to play goalie in the stands could (arguable) motivate kipper to play better. There are thousands of examples, but I certainly don't understand your difference.

Clowns = Entertainers, and hockey players = entertainers, but hockey players don't equal clowns because hockey players are athletes that play a sport whereas clowns are just weird entertainers. The point is that a hockey player's role in society is to entertain, as are clowns, actors, singers, etc. They didn't want to be booed, then they should've joined the peace choir.
Where did I say a chant did not motivate a team? Booing an opposition player motivates a player. Booing a player on your own team does not.
When you get to school tomorrow ask your teacher for a little help on this subject.
You are entertaining me does that make you a clown.

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