4.12.2007

Hockey Word Association 1.10

Here we are, at my favorite time of the year -- the opening rounds of the NHL playoffs. If your favorite team has made it, this is what it's all about. If your team didn't make it, well, then, there's always baseball.

Either way, here are this week's words:

1.) Upper-body injury =
2.) The Sedin twins =
3.) Afternoon naps =
4.) Sudden-death overtime =
5.) Jonathan Cheechoo =

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3 Comments:

Blogger Drew said...

Upper-body injury: concussion. Anything "lower body" just means it's below the eyes.

The Sedin twins: Look like aliens. I once saw pics where I swear they could have passed for Beavis and Butthead.

Afternoon naps: A playoff necessity.

Sudden-death OT: occasional heartbreak

Jonathan Cheechoo: shades of Cam Neely's knee

2:25 PM  
Anonymous JLS said...

Upper body injury - maybe he is, maybe he isn't

The Sedin Twins - Doublemint

Afternoon naps - priceless

Sudden-death overtime = Sudden victory overtime

Jonathan Cheechoo - Sounds like a choo - choo train...with one bad knee

6:42 PM  
Blogger Puckhound said...

1.) Upper-body injury = Woozy
2.) The Sedin twins = Talented
3.) Afternoon naps = What?
4.) Sudden-death overtime = Drama
5.) Jonathan Cheechoo = Ouch!

12:16 AM  

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