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08-11-2009, 03:26 PM
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Please let the season start soon....
Gettin' the itch, eh? Gotta love it. My beer league team is in the playoffs right now, so I'm getting my fill, thankfully.

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Another one I haven't seen mentioned is Behind. When I yell behind, I want you to pass it behind the net to me.

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Another one I haven't seen mentioned is Behind. When I yell behind, I want you to pass it behind the net to me.
I usually say "down low" for that one.

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Another one I haven't seen mentioned is Behind. When I yell behind, I want you to pass it behind the net to me.
I usually yell behind if someone is behind the guy.

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"klibbstubben" or "klibbstocken" is very common to hear in sweden

it's the little piece of a stick which has been taped with sticky tape that one rolls on ones stick to get a better grip.

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8. "I really just wanted to be a figure skater."
Sandis Ozoliņ probably said that one a couple of times

He started out as a figure skater but was pressured into playing hockey. Sounds like something out of a mighty duck movie

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Time is abit weird when playing pickup over here. For the foreign guys (canadians, germans, etc) it is the same as described here, but for us others it is a signal that one is running OUT of time and has to hurry.

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The best one is: 'Hey'.

1) I am open and I have already been waiting for quite some time for you to pass the puck to me.

2) I have been fouled.

3) A teammate(s) has been fouled.

4) Relax.

5) Panic.

6) We scored.

7) They are about to score if you don't get your ass into gear.

8) Turn around.

9)...(x's 2) No! The other way.

10) We already have 5 players on the ice. Get back here you docile *****!

11) We only have 4 players on the ice. Get out there you docile *****!

12) Its your shift.

13) Its not my shift.


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08-13-2009, 01:32 AM
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what the hell does fouled mean?

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what the hell does fouled mean?
Someone is doing something against the rules.

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There are no 'fouls' in hockey, just in soccer.
In hockey there is hooking, slashing, spearing, tripping


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Bender?
My last name is Bender... haha they just had to put our names on our jerseys...

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There are no 'fouls' in hockey, just in soccer.
In hockey there is hooking, slashing, spearing, tripping

THANK YOU!!!

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I usually yell behind if someone is behind the guy.
Usually on my team, when I yell it the guy is on the boards at the circle, facing the play looking for a pass, and winds up passing it across slowly thinking it's going to get to the opposite point.

The joys of a C league.


Oh, and most guys on our team yell "one on" if there's somebody behind you.

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The best one is: 'Hey'.

1) I am open and I have already been waiting for quite some time for you to pass the puck to me.

2) I have been fouled.

3) A teammate(s) has been fouled.

4) Relax.

5) Panic.

6) We scored.

7) They are about to score if you don't get your ass into gear.

8) Turn around.

9)...(x's 2) No! The other way.

10) We already have 5 players on the ice. Get back here you docile *****!

11) We only have 4 players on the ice. Get out there you docile *****!

12) Its your shift.

13) Its not my shift.

...lol...'docile'

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08-13-2009, 09:14 PM
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My last name is Bender... haha they just had to put our names on our jerseys...
jesus i feel for you bro, i can't imagine the amount of chirps you got

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True story:

I was playing with some of my friends outdoors on rollerblades. Many of them I've never played with before, and I guess they don't know hockey terminology. Anyhow, at one point I yelled "TIME!" to my teammate in the corner, and everybody playing froze and stared at me like my head had fallen off.

"What?" I asked, confused.
"Why you calling time out for?" they demanded.

hahahaha

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08-15-2009, 11:05 AM
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man on... there's a guy behind you coming fast.
reverse....ring it the opposite way around the boards.
leave it...to the goalie don't play the puck
cut and leave ...to the goalie..stop the puck behind the net and leave it there.

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09-03-2009, 03:55 PM
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Please let the season start soon....
wasn't aware hockey season ended

just playing 'scrub' hockey now - no longer in a league, and the group plays all year round (except a week or two for rink maintenance)

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09-03-2009, 05:12 PM
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duster, bender, dbag minus the bag part and ****face are my most common terms.

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I used to play with a guy when he was open on the point he would yell "Le Poi" or however you spell the point in French. We asked him why he yelled it in French, he said so the other team would not know what he was saying. Idiot.

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wasn't aware hockey season ended

just playing 'scrub' hockey now - no longer in a league, and the group plays all year round (except a week or two for rink maintenance)
bah, good for you, im getting to old to play summer. I need my 4 month break now

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09-04-2009, 10:42 AM
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Here in Quebec, you get to hear some pretty weird on ice talk. Mostly strange combinations of English slang and French slang.

Because of that, the commands are pretty much simplfied.

Lots of "desous" (get that dude now!), and simple English terms like "behind", "forecheck", "slot", "back-back-back" (backcheck!!!).

It's weird because growing up being a different language from my team mates, I never said much on the ice, but you grow into it. It is a serious weakness to not communicate.

Now... I usually use the first name of the player, then the directive.

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