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Best answer: It is a classified secret. This is why they're building a wall on the American border; we cannot let Americans in because they might see how we learn to ride moose. That will be our number one advantage against Americans when WWIII comes.



Best answer: Because Hockey is true sport. Canada is its guardian.


Is Brexit worth it?

7 answers · 4 weeks ago
Best answer: We'll find out soon enough. It's going to happen pretty soon now. The only thing that remains to be seen, is under what terms it will happen.

Best answer: i dont see why not, you can be whatever you want to be

Best answer: Your best bet is to jump on the ice during a professional hockey game and show them what you can do. If you're good, they'll hire you on the spot. Good luck!


Best answer: Size-wise, you go off of your waist size (if you have a 38 inch waist, buy pants to fit a 38 inch waist). You may need to go up a size depending on fit. For skaters, pants should ensure there's no open space between the bottom of the pants and the top of the shin-guards (ideally you try them on with your shin... show more




Best answer: McDavid is the best player in the league. Pity he's on an Edmonton team that is hot garbage.


Best answer: 1) I don't know Penguins(going by opposite side of the State, not sure what "opposite" means) 2) a couple teams could be called the rivals of the Rangers 3) Coyotes? Although technically they are ARIZONA it's the only team I'd think of as being in a desert city 4) Chicago(too obvious) 6)... show more

Hello. I am a teenage hockey fan. One of my favorite players on the Montreal Canadiens, Alex Galchenyuk, is now on the Arizona Coyotes. Tonight, the Coyotes beat the San Jose Sharks 4-3 in a SHOOTOUT. Alex scored 2 goals in a row in regulation, but was unable to achieve 3 in 60 minutes. However, he was the only... show more

Best answer: No. If the goaltender touches the puck on the other side of the centre line, it's a penalty. It's rule 27.7, Participating in the Play Over the Center Red Line. On his side of the ice, the goaltender can play the puck anywhere except for behind the goal line outside the 'trapezoid' that's... show more


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