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- n. ice hockey alternative spelling of slap shot.
- n. a fast shot made with a short powerful swing of the hockey stick
“For instance, a wristshot in the crease at even strength scores about 16 percent of the time, while a slapshot from the blueline has about a 2 percent chance of lighting the lamp.”
“San Jose opened the scoring at 7: 02 when Michalek's slapshot from the top of the left circle got past Budaj.”
“The Coyotes took a 1-0 lead when Joakim Lindstrom's high slapshot from the top of the left circle went off Raycroft's glove 4: 39 into the game.”
“Things were calm early in the second period until an unmarked Tanguay coasted into the Columbus zone and scored with a low slapshot from the left circle for his eighth at 3: 49 for a four-on-four goal to increase Calgary's lead.”
“Holik ripped a slapshot from the blueline that caught Hurricanes goalie Cam Ward off guard.”
“Richards pulled the Flyers even at 2-2 a minute and a half into the third period with a slapshot from the top of the right circle on a power play.”
“Brunette was the benefactor of a big rebound on the go-ahead goal at 11: 13 as Miikka Kiprusoff kicked out Joe Sakic's hard slapshot from the corner right into the slot where Brunette buried his 21st of the season.”
“They didn't score until Josef Vasicek's slapshot from the circle, a shorthanded goal early in the third that made it 2-1.”
“The goal - a slapshot from the blue line that hit off Jovanovski - was Leopold's first since March 26, 2006, against Dallas.”
“McCabe gave Toronto the lead at 1: 05 of the third with his trademark hard slapshot from the point.”
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