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.
What do you call hockey groupies? The term is somewhat analogous to the term groupie as it relates to musicians. Sociological studies of the phenomenon in minor league hockey indicate that self-proclaimed “puck bunnies” are “‘proud as punch’ to have sex with the [players]”, as it confers social status on them.
What do hockey players call their stick? Lumber: a hockey stick, named when sticks used to be made of wood. Mitts: refers to a player’s hands, often described as silky when a player has great skill. Also refers to a player’s gloves, as in “dropping the mitts” in a fight. Muzzy: mustache.
Which word is used in hockey?
|puck||Field hockey is played with a small white ball, while ice hockey is played with a disc-shaped black puck.|
|push||You need to use your wrists to move the stick from side to side while pushing.|
|scoop||At training tonight the coach is going to teach us more about scooping the ball.|