You asked: Can of corn hockey term?

Definition. A “can of corn” is a routine fly ball hit to an outfielder.

What is a Tilly in hockey?

Tilly: Oh look, it’s another word for a fight!

What does squid mean in hockey?

Having eight arms, the octopus symbolized the number of playoff wins necessary for the Red Wings to win the Stanley Cup.

What is a pizza in hockey?

Pizza: A brutal pass up the middle of the ice intercepted by the opposing team. “Bidini is serving up more pizzas tonight than Little Caesar’s.”

What are hockey terms?

Here are 35 hockey slang words you might hear at a NCAA rink near you, defined:

  • Apple: an assist.
  • Barnburner: a high-scoring game.
  • Bender: a player whose ankles bend while they’re skating.
  • Bottle rocket: when a goal breaks the goalie’s water bottle that sits on top of the net.
  • Biscuit: the puck.

What is a pheasant in hockey?

Pigeon/Pheasant: A player who rides the coattails of his more famous teammates.

What do you call a hockey puck?

A hockey puck is also referred to colloquially as a “biscuit”. To put the “biscuit in the basket” (colloquial for the goal) is to score a goal.

What does sauce mean in hockey?

Sauce – Short for Saucer pass. Sacuer Pass – A pass in which the puck is passed to another player such that it flies in the air like a flying saucer. This makes the pass very difficult to intercept by opposing players but it will still land flat on the ice making it simple to control for the receiving player.

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What is hockey hair?

Most hockey hair is related to the mullet. Designs can be shaved into the sides. If a player continues to rock the mullet as he begins to go bald, it becomes a skullet. Natural curl? Embrace it and grow a massive mop or an afro, which can be referred to as an aflow.

What does peanut butter mean in hockey?

Where Mama Keeps the Peanut Butter: goal scored in the uppermost part of the net.

What does Bardownski mean in hockey?

Bardownski. The action of shooting the ball, it hitting crossbar and going down into the goal (bar down)

What is a sniper in hockey?

Snipe/Sniper

A very commonly used term that most hockey fans should already know that refers to an insane shot that places the puck in a tiny space for a goal. A sniper is a player who can do this on a regular basis.

What does a guy with his tarp off mean?

According to Oshie, “tarps off” is the hockey version of taking one’s shirt off. It makes sense that Oshie, of all people, would understand this term. He has become quite famous for being quick to remove his own shirt on a number of occasions.