Also isin't it obvious that it should be "go-o-al" after a goal is scored? why would you say woaaaah? lol.
That must be why it sounds like HEN-REEK on TV.
"Of course giving Sather cap space is like giving teenagers whiskey and car keys." - SBOB "Watching Sather build a team is like watching a blind man with no fingers trying to put together an elaborate puzzle." - Shadowtron
"Used to be only Twinkies and cockroaches could survive a nuke. I'd add Habs to that. I'm convinced the CH stands for Club du Hypocrisy." - Gee Wally
When the Rangers score a goal at Madison Square Garden the "Slapshot" (aka "The New York Rangers Goal Song") song is played . The song made its debut on January 20, 1995, the night the 1994 Stanley Cup Champion Banner was raised to the rafters. It was written by Ray Castoldi, the Music Director at Madison Square Garden. The song can be heard here. When played at the Garden, the majority of fans in attendance sing along by saying go-o-oal go-o-oal, Hey! Hey! Hey-Hey-Hey! Hey! Hey! Hey-Hey-Hey even though the real song says whoa-o-o.