from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A covering for the wrist; a wristlet.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun A covering for the wrist.
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- noun ice hockey A
wrist shot, a shot made primarily with a wrist motion
- noun dated, US A knit wrist covering
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Defenseman Rob Scuderi forced overtime when he beat Gerber with a wrister from the left circle at 3: 56 in the third period.
Kennedy, who also scored 40 seconds into the first period in front of 13,699 at Stockholm's soldout Globe Arena, beat Ottawa goalie Martin Gerber with a wrister from the left circle.
Arguably the best chance Atlanta had to stay within reach of the lead came 11: 51 into the second when Ilya Kovalchuk's wrister from the left circle went under Osgood's pads but sailed just beyond the right goalpost.
With 7: 21 remaining, Okposo's ninth goal, a wrister from the bottom of the right circle, gave New York a 5-3 lead and helped Danis compose himself.
The Blues added two more with the man advantage in the second period, with Tkachuk making it 2-0 at 6: 37, redirecting McDonald's centering feed past Backstrom, and Perron roofing a wrister from the left circle at 8: 08 to make it 3-0.
He then slid the puck to rookie Jake Voracek in the high slot, with Voracek backhanding a pass to Peca for a hard wrister from the right dot.
Kovalchuk, who has 25 goals and 14 assists in his last 29 games, made it 4-2 with a hard wrister from the right circle near the midway point of the third.
He hit the right goal post on a breakaway before his wrister from the right boards beat Khabibulin, but crossed the goal line two-tenths of a second too late.
Little opened the scoring at 4: 40 of the first with a wrister from the left side of the crease.
Phoenix was even quieter in the third, failing to record its first shot until Keith Yandle's soft wrister from the outside of the left circle with 4: 14 to go.