What are some hockey phrases?
- 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.
How can hockey be a metaphor? Hockey as metaphor: Sport, like art, is life by other means. Like art, sport inscribes the struggles of ordinary existence in a separate space of freedom and choice. In its purest expressions, sport is an affirmation of life, a howl of joy at the glory of our bodies and our souls, a yes to struggle.
Why is it called a hockey puck? It gets its name from the puck that is used: instead of the hard vulcanized rubber puck used in regular ice hockey, a softer sponge puck is used. At on point some locals referred to it as “Tweeter” based on the sound the original pucks made.
How would you describe a hockey game? Ice hockey is a game between two teams who wear skates and compete on an ice rink. Each team usually has six players. The object is to propel the puck past a goal line and into a net guarded by a goaltender. Ice hockey is popular for its speed and frequent physical contact.