Cocktail made from Clamato (or other caesar mix of tomato juice and clam broth), vodka, hot sauce, and Worcestershire sauce, served on the rocks.
More popular than Bloody Marys in Canada
Jeans (heck, you wouldn't mind a quick heads-up from a guy who's about to steam press his Calvins)
Popularized by a controversial 1980 Calvin Klein advertising campaign featuring a 15-year-old Brooke Shields who says "Do you know what comes between me and my Calvins? Nothing."
A very large joint (you've been smoking one-gram cannons this whole time)
Celebration after a goal (wheel, snipe, celly)
Cheddar, Cheese, Top Cheddar, etc.
The top of the net, or a shot that goes in the goal off or right below the crossbar
Console video game EA Sports NHL, or playing it (but do you rip Chel? 'Cause we will rip Chel)
Trash talking; steady insults directed at opposing players to unnerve or distract them (yeah, it's your mom's favourite chirp, too, buddy)
Hockey slang. The term Beaking is more common in western Canada, chirping in eastern Canada.
Doing farm chores (we'll beat the shit out of them before chorin')
Clapper, clap bomb
A fast slap shot (just blast clappers at the hash marks at the fuckin' plug tendy of ours.)
Coast to coast
To skate a puck all the way from one end of the ice to the other (take it coast-to-coast)
Could Let the Paint Dry a Wee Bit There, Eh?
In "The Battle for Bonnie McMurray" (S3E5 4:12) Daryl, Dan, and even Katy speak of dating Bonnie McMurray. Wayne cautions them that she may be of legal age but perhaps they should wait before persuing her.
To consume or execute voraciously (we're gonna crush a couple sandos before, too)
Akin to other youth slang evoking extreme or violent action like kill or take down
Skilled stick-handling on the ice, and by extension elsewhere; refers to dangling the puck in front to distract players from body movements during maneuvering.
dirty dangles are even more impressive moves
Cigarettes (dime a dart)
A single portion of oral tobacco, also lipper, chaw, pull, hogger, dang-er, hammer (none of these dunces ever had a dinger?). Also, a single hit of cocaine; thus, dick dinger is a line of cocaine snorted from an erect penis.
Brawl; a fight involving more than two people, where serious bodily harm occurs (we find the skids and have that fuckin' donnybrook, buddy)
A female whose interest in lacrosse is primarily based on her interest in lacrosse players (whereas hockey players have puck bunnies, lacrosse players have lacrosstitutes).
A driveway, a road leading up to a house, or group of houses.
The Toronto Maple Leafs (it must be like "A Boy at the Leafs' Camp.")
A workout that engages leg muscles, including running, leg presses, etc., usually to help keep leg muscles proportionate to the other muscles developed in bodybuilding. Some bodybuilders prefer to skip Leg Day so that their upper body will appear particularly large and muscular in proportion to their legs; Reilly, Jonsey, Dax and Ron are frequent skippers of Leg Day and have even developed a social networking site for Leg Day skippers to hook up.
The Royal Canadian Legion, a veterans organization for former members of the Canadian military, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, and other police. Most towns in Canada have a branch, and most branches have a meeting hall often used as a community centre (Well, everybody knows the cheapest beers are at the Ukrainian Center, with the Legion being a close second.)
Although often mentioned, neither the local hall nor any of its members have been depicted on the show.
Les douches de campagne
Les Hiques term for degens from upcountry; a more literal translation would be "idiots from the countryside."
Douche is a borrowing of the English insult douchebag, as the normal meaning of douche in French is "shower."
The "lamp" refers to the flashing red light and siren behind the the goal that go off when a goal is scored. To "light lamp" is therefore to score, and by extension to enjoy success. (kid lights lamp. hashtag lamp life)
A player's gloves or hands, thus silky mitts are skilled hands and dropping the mitts is removing gloves to start a fight. A female player's mitt may refer to her vulva (your mitt has more spiderwebs than a No Doubt set list); "gash" is also frequently employed by the Letterkenny Shamrockettes.
Mix a batch
To masturbate (if a fella has "Keep Calm Chive On" on his t-shirt he's likely mixed a batch 4-6 times today)
Faking illness to avoid playing a game at the Rez. Many Native teams were known for their toughness and the sheer brutality of their game. (Fever. Body aches. Nausea. All symptoms fraidy-cats fake to get out of playing the natives.
Self-explanatory expressing of extreme disappointment, specifically distinguished from a mere “No!”
A saucer pass. A touch pass that involves floating the puck over an opposing player's stick like a flying saucer before landing on the ice just before the blade of a teammate's stick. (Sauce me a sauce pass and I'll sauce you a stretch ass)
Schedule (I don't give a shit about the scheddy)
A rookie on the hockey team, especially a poor-performing or disliked one (talk is for schmelts, you little bitch)
Cocaine or uncut caffeine powder for snorting (I hoovered up a bit of the schneef in my day). Usually pronounced with a long e (as in "three") but sometimes with a short e (as in "left").
Diarrhea (my farmhand just texted me and said he's got the scoots)
Skid term of disparagement for the Hicks
Show, The Show
National Hockey League (NHL)
Another word for snowmobile
Vagina or vulva (This place is about to be crawling with snapper)
Akin to many somewhat menacing words like snatch and fly trap. Also see Sex
Photograph (gotta crack a snappy for the winstagram, buddy)
A particularly difficult or satisfying goal (wheel, snipe, celly); by extension, any difficult or impressive score; by further extension, "snipe" or "sniper" might refer to a very attractive woman. A swipey snipey is a hookup arranged through Tinder or similar dating app.
Intentionally stopping in front of the goalie so that your skates spray ice shavings ("snow") (I snowed our plug tendy no less than nine times)
Sort yourself out
An admonition to someone making poor choices to figure out what they should be doing.
Term of derision for someone speaking or acting contemptuously. (You're spare parts, aren't ya bud?)
To vomit (that's pertnear the whole point of donkey juice. Like, you know you'll have a spit.)
A receptable for tobacco spit, especially an improvised one such as an empty drink bottle (hold my spitter).
1. a suicide pass, i.e. an up-ice pass where the receiver must look behind himself toward the passer, thus leaving him vulnerable to a check from the opposing team up-ice (just tossing mad sueys up the middle, bro). 2. suicide sprint, an exercise where you run or skate between two points, also known as a ladder sprint.
Masturbation (female solo) – Flicking bean, diddle my skittle
Masturbation (male solo) – batching (from "mixing a batch"), beating the bishop, dishonourable discharge, distributing free literature, feeding the ducks, feeding the geese, firing wristers, hand-to-gland combat, making a bald man puke, mixing a batch, playing five-on-one, playing one-man couch hockey in the dark, pulling your horn
Advanced alternate air bike ab roll – an abdominal exercise involving lying on ground on one's back with legs performing a cycling motion and head and shoulders lifted into a crunch position, bringing the right elbow to the left knee and left elbow to the right knee in succession.
Advanced kettlebell windmill – a core exercise in which a kettlebell is held above the lifter's head; the lifter lowers the body to one side, keeping the kettlebell locked out and overhead, then returns to the starting position.
Alternate dumbbell bicep curl – a bicep exercise in which the lifter curls a dumbbell while rotating it at the elbow until the back of the hand is facing outwards, then lowers and twists to return, continuing with the other arm.
Alternate one-arm dumbbell preacher curl – a bicep curl with the upper arm rested on a preacher bench.
Animal Stak – a body building supplement.
Anti-gravity press – a shoulder exercise performed with the lifter prone on an incline bench, with chest and hips on the pad, holding weights with an overhand grip; the weight is reverse curled to bring the weights to the chest, then press out in front of the head, keeping the arms parallel to the ground throughout the mvoement, hence the "anti-gravity" in the name.
Barbell half-squat - a squat done with a barbell in which the lifter bends about halfway down, remaining above parallel (i.e. the position where the thighs are parallel to the floor).
Bent over rear delt raise with head on bench – a shoulder exercise in which the lifter bends over and rests his or her head, commonly on an incline bench, then lifts dumbbells to the side with arms extended until the arms are parallel to the floor, then lowers them again.
Bent press barbell side bend – a bent press in which a barbell is held at shoulder height, then maintained as the body is bent to one side and returned.
Burpee box jump – a lower body plyometric in which the athlete jumps onto a box or step with both feet, then off again, then does a burpee
Cable hammer curls with rope attachment – a bicep exercise in which the standing lifter curls using a rope attached to a low pulley.
Cable rope overhead tricep extension – a tricep exercise using a pulley machine, in which the lifter, facing away from the pulley, grips the handle and holds it above his or her head, then slowly lowers it behind the head.
Close grip EZ bar curl with band - a bicep exercise performed standing, with the EZ curl bar attached to a fixture using an elastic band.
Concentration curl – a bicep exercise in which the lifter, seated on a bench, curls a dumbbell from between the legs until it is shoulder level, keeping the upper arm stationary, then returns it.
Cross body hammer curl - a bicep and forearm exercise in which the lifter, standing with dumbbells at each side, curls a dumbbell to the opposite side of the chest from the arm in which it is held and returns it, then doing the same with the other arm.
Drop sets – a strength training regimen in which the amount of weight lifted is gradually dropped with each set, allowing the lifter to complete more reps.
Forced rep – a term for a rep completed with the assistance of a spotter. The spotter lifts an increasing percentage of the weight in later reps, allowing the lifter to complete the set.
Judo flip – a core exercise using a cable machine, in which the cable is held over the shoulder and pulled by bending around, as if performing a judo flip.
Kettlebell sumo deadlift – a leg exercise in which the lifter starts in a sumo stance, with legs wide apart, and deadlifts the kettlebell from the ground to waist level.
Lying close grip bar curl on high pulley – a bicep exercise done on a pulley machine in which the lifter, reclining on a bench, curls the bar down towards the head.
One arm cable curl – A standing bicep curl using the cable machine.
Plyometrics - exercises designed to develop bursts of muscle power, most often taking the form of various types of jumps
Rollout incline heel touch – an incline heel touch is a core exercise lying on an incline with legs raised and bent, touching the right hand to the right knee, then the left hand to the left knee.
Russian cable twist – a core exercise using a cable machine and Swiss ball, in which the lifter reclines on the ball perpendicular to the cable, then rotates the body to pull the cable with both hands/
Sandbell slam – a plyometric in which a Sandbell is lifted up over the head, then slammed down to the ground.
Skull crusher – a.k.a. lying triceps extension, in which the lifter reclines on a bench with the head hanging just off the top, holds the weights (or handle) overhand above the head with arms bent, and extends the arms to work the tricep group.
Standing dumbbell reverse spider curl – An arm and shoulder exercise where the dumbbells are reverse curled while the lifter is leaned on a preacher bench, instead of an incline bench.
Standing one-arm bicep curl over incline bench – a bicep curl done standing behind an incline bench with the upper arm rested against it, palm facing up.
Standing V-bar pushdowns – see V-Bar tricep pushdown.
Superset – a strength training regimen in which the lifter moves from one exercise to another without resting in between.
Swiss ball jackknife – a core exercise in which the lifter starts in the pushup position with legs resting on a Swiss ball (a.k.a. exercise ball, balance ball); then bends the legs, rolling the ball inward until the thighs touch the abdomen; then extends again.
Two-arm barbell wide grip preacher curl - a curl performed at a preacher bench with the arms gripping the barbell wider than the shoulders.
V-Bar tricep pushdown – a tricep pushdown performed with a V-bar; the lifter stands in front of the high pulley machine, grips the V-bar overhand, and pushes down on the bar, then returns it, keeping the upper arms stationary.