The clip Goalie TV Interview from Slap Shot (1977) with Andrew Duncan, Yvon Barrette
Pure spring water brought right to your door.
The taste you remember from childhood.
Call yourlocal Indian Spring man. He's in the Yellow Pages.
It's only a fewpennies a day.
Enjoy the winter clearance sale at Howlands. All prices drastically slashed.
50 per cent offon ladies' coats, with the look ofleather.
Come on and see at 53 Market Street at the sign ofthe winking owl.
Channel 8's 11 o'clock movie, RichardAnthony in High Risk Devils.
Don't miss it. And now back to Jim Carr's Sports Talk.
Hi. Jim Carr again.
Denis, I know that some in our audience don't know the finer points of hockey.
Could you tell them, for example, what is icing?
Well, icing happen when the puck come down, bang, you know,
before the other guys, nobody there, you know.
My arm go comes out, then the game stop then start up.
I see. What is high-sticking?
High-sticking happen when the guy take the stick, you know, and he go like that.
You don't do that. Oh, no. Never, never.
Against the rules.
You stupid when you do that, some English pig with no brains...
Denis, what is slashing?
Slashing is like that, you know?
Mm-hm. And there's a penalty for that?
Yeah. And for trip also, you know.
Like that. And for hook like this.
And for spear, you know, like that.
All bad. You do that, you go to the box, you know.
Two minutes by yourself, and you feel shame, you know.
And then you get free.
The Chiefs are at home against Hyannisport at the War Memorial at eight.
Good seats are still available.
A look at sports.
I think that went very well.
At defence, for the Chiefs, number five, Billy Charlebois.