A jill is a simple device used to protect the pelvic area of a female ice hockey player. Jock A jock is a simple device used to protect the testicles of a male ice hockey player. K Kicking (i) The act of propelling the puck using the skates. A goal may not be scored by kicking a puck into the opposing team's net.
Jill – A jill is a simple device used to protect the pelvic area of a female ice hockey player. Jock – A jock is a simple device used to protect the testicles of a male ice hockey player. Lumber: a hockey stick, derived from when sticks were made of wood. Mitts – A player’s hands or gloves. Gordie Howe was known to have large mitts (hands), and he was not afraid to “drop the mitts” (fight).
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Controlling and moving the puck along the ice Sweep check. A legal check where a player goes down on one knee and sweeps his stick along the ice in order to take the puck away from an attacking player Tripping. A minor penalty called when a player pulls down an opponent with his stick or hand or by sticking out his leg. Wing
an ice hockey rink/arena Barn-Burner An exciting game, usually with high scoring and tempo Bender A person who is bad at skating or hockey in general, thus resulting in the bending of ankles. Bird cage The cage on the helmet. Biscuit The puck. Biscuit in the basket Scoring a goal. Blocker The rectangular pad that a goaltender wears on the stick-holding hand.
Open Air or Outdoor Rink - Natural ice. Point Cover - The original terms for the positions of defence as Ice Hockey evolved. Pond Hockey - All early Ice Hockey games were played on frozen field ponds prior to the building of covered rinks in the late 1800s … Continue reading →
Hockey Glossary. the profoundly acclaimed book “Ice Hockey Made Simple: A Spectator’s Guide”. accessible available to be purchased on this site for $11.95. Was made until the 1992-93 season by Patrick Division made up the Wales Conference; the 1993-94 season on the Eastern Conference changed to Northeast Division.
In modern day hockey it is the player that occupies the center lane of the ice (seam) or takes the faceoffs on a stoppage of play. Changing on the fly: When players from the ice surface change or substitute with players on the bench without a stoppage of the play (while the clock is running).
Cue – hockey stick or a tap on the shoulder from a coach to a certain player to hop on the ice and do their thing. D. Dance – aka playing in a championship game or series. Or a hockey fight between two well known “tough guys”. Dangle – the ability to control the puck while skating at a brisk speed.