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Finally an ice hockey game where you can participate hockey brawls. You task is to fight hockey players as you reach your arch rival. You will have to prepare for a long final battle to win. Do you have what it takes to be a goon? Have Fun!
Do you like sports, and do you also enjoy to play an sports flash game online? If you are in the same mood as us today, then you probably would have a lot of fun if you play our free Goon flash game online. Am I right? ;)
Use the Arrow keys to move. AS to heavy attack, and ZX to heavy kick.
A goon can be a silly, foolish, or eccentric person. It could also be a bully or thug, especially one hired to terrorize or do away with opposition. In Ice Hockey a goon is an enforcer. The goon's job is to deter and respond to dirty or violent play by the opposition. When such play occurs, the goon is expected to respond aggressively, by fighting or checking the offender. Goons are expected to react particularly harshly to violence against star players or goalies. Presently in the NHL, teams generally do not carry more than one player whose primary role is being a goon. According to BleacherReport.com the biggest goon in NHL history is Dave "Tiger" Williams. He brought the art of the brawl to a new level over a 962-game run that stretched from the 1974-75 season in Toronto to the 1987-88 campaign in Hartford. Williams topped 300 penalty minutes six times in 14 seasons and was between 200 and 300 another six times while wearing the often blood-spattered sweaters of the Maple Leafs and Whalers, in addition to the Vancouver Canucks, Detroit Red Wings and Los Angeles Kings.
According to WikiPedia the Goon movie is a 2011 Canadian-American sports comedy film directed by Michael Dowse. Doug Glatt, a bouncer at a bar in Massachusetts, feels ostracized from society, especially since his father and brother are both successful physicians. Doug attends a minor league hockey game with his best friend Pat. Pat taunts the visiting team during a fight and one of their players climbs into the stands, calling him a homosexual slur. Doug, whose brother is gay, steps in and easily beats up the opposing player. Soon after, Doug gets a phone call from the coach of his hometown team who offers him a job as a goon. The film is an adaptation of the book Goon: The True Story of an Unlikely Journey Into Minor League Hockey by Adam Frattasio and Doug Smith.