five–hole

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noun \ˈfīv-ˌhōl\

Definition of five–hole

ice hockey

  1. :  the space between the legs of a goaltender A blast through the five-hole of Montreal's Jeff Hackett gave the Panthers a 1–0 lead 13:33 into the game. — David Neal

1980

First Known Use of five–hole

1980


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