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Superglossary - Ice Hockey
Category: Sport and Leisure > Ice Hockey
Date & country: 11/12/2013, US
Words: 419


Two-On-Two
A type of break with two attacking players skating against two defensive players.

Umbrella
A formation often used by a team on the power play to spread the defense; so named because it resemb

Under-Led Pass
A pass behind or to one side of a teammate, making it difficult for him to control the puck.

Up Ice
In the direction of the team's attacking zone.see also caught up ice.

Video Goal Judge
An off-ice official who reviews a goal by video instant replay.

Waffle Pad
A large rectangular pad attached to the front of the goalie

Wales Conference
Was one of the two confrences in the nhl consisting of the patrick and adams divisions until the 199

Warm Up The Bus
The outcome of the game has pretty much been decided and the visitor is going to lose. The crowd wil

Washout
1. A goal that is disallowed for one of several reasons, such as the puck being kicked into the goal

Western Conference
The renamed cambell conference beginning with the 1993-94 season which contains the central, northwe

Wing
One of the two forwards who flank the center and, with the center, make up a line. Also known as a w

Winger
A winger is a forward position of a player whose primary zone of play on the ice is along the outer

Wingman
Same as wing.

Wings
Two players who flank the center on his right and left sides and, with him, make up the attacking un

Wraparound
When a player who has the puck is behind the other team's goal line and moves quickly in front or si

Wrist Shot
A wrist shot is a type of shot that involves using arm muscles (especially those in the wrist and fo

Zamboni
A machine that scrapes the surface of the ice and deposits a layer of water on it to smooth out cuts

Zebra
The primary official(s) on the ice who makes sure that the rules of the game are followed. The refer

Zones
Three areas made up by the two blue lines; the attacking zone is the area farthest from the goal a p