Pitter lowers the boom!

 

Fan Favourite - Lance Pitlick
HomeBioPitlictionaryStatsQuotesGallery


Pitlictionary

Bemidji Back Hand - Bemidji is a "golden city" along the river's bank, only miles from where the mighty Mississippi River begins its 2,552 mile journey to New Orleans and the Gulf of Mexico. When Lance would pull the Bemidji Back Hand out of his repertoire it was a golden shot that banked off the post and into the back of the net.

Brooklyn Park Banker - Brooklyn Park, Minnesota is located on the banks of the Mississippi River, just minutes from Minneapolis and St. Paul. Just like Lance's Brooklyn Park Banker the city offers the natural beauty to all who view it.

Degree in Human Relations - Lance is ready to listen to you.

Fergus Falls Flipper - Other towns were vying with Fergus Falls for dominance along the Red River in Minnesota. When the railroad came through in 1879, Fergus Falls' success was insured as was the success of any play ending with Lance's Fergus Falls Flipper.

ST. Paul Slapper - The Slapper gets its roots from the city of St. Paul. While the city was a central hub for lumber and fur trading, it wasn't until 1847 that it became the capital city of Minnesota. Over a century later Lance took some of that lumber and with the help of a magical bold of lightning crafted his very own hockey stick that he took his first slpashot with, later to be known by the hockey world as "The St. Paul Slapper".

Minnesota Wrister - Minnesota - from Dakota Indian word Minisota ("sky tinted waters"). As Minnesota was named for these blue waters, Lance's famous Minnesota Wrister was so named because it blew by the opposition's goalies.

Nicknames: Spanky - Nickname given to Lance by Dave Gross of The Team 1200 radio station in Ottawa. Pitter and Lancer courtesy of Bruce Garioch Ottawa Sun.

Sensplayers.com