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10-12-2012, 03:03 PM
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Originally Posted by Unstable View Post
German and English are fairly closely related and have a number of common roots. Also, it's easy to recognize hockey terms by their usage and by the fact that some are still in English, e.g. "top spel in the world" (though google says spel is game, not league, but whatever)

edit: and apparently "world" is "welt"....basically the same word such that I heard it as world with an accent .
I believe they said "top spieler in die Welt" which would mean top player in the world or one the the best in the world... (referring to Giroux I believe)

EDIT: "die Welt" not "der Welt"... gotta remember which is which...

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