Stanley Cup Finals Pronunciation Guide

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When reviewing my notes for my Game 5 preview, I realized that most people reading my posts about the Stanley Cup Finals are really confused about some of the names of the players. Some players’ names make almost no sense whatsoever, and it’s really hard to focus on the game and how the two teams are playing when you’re struggling with how on earth you say someone’s name. So here we go, the Stanley Cup Finals Pronunciation Guide, for the really tricky ones!

Boston Bruins

  • Andrew Ference: FAIR-ence

  • Daniel Paille: PIE-yay

  • David Krejci: KRAY-chee (The “J” is silent)

  • Jaromir Jagr: YAR-oh-meer YAH-ger

  • Milan Lucic: mee-lahn LOO-cheech

  • Patrice Bergeron: puh-TREECE BER-zhjer-anh

  • Tuukka Rask: TOO-kuh

  • Tyler Seguin: SAY-gin

  • Zdeno Chara: zih-DAY-no CHAR-uh

Chicago Blackhawks

  • Brandon Saad: Sod

  • Johnny Oduya: oh-DOO-yuh (“Oh do ya?”)

  • Jonathan Toews: Taves

  • Marian Hossa: HOE-suh

  • Michael Frolik: froh-LEEK

  • Michal Rozsival: ROE-sih-vall (the “z” is silent)

  • Niklas Hjalmarsson: JAHL-mer-sun

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