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Meow Game: Hockey Player Scores 7 in 40 Seconds (Video)

By    |   Friday, 05 Dec 2014 08:17 AM

The so-called Meow Game was in full effect during a recent television interview with hockey player Ray Kaunisto of the Kalamazoo Wings, who snuck the word "meow" into his answers an astonishing seven times.

As ESPN noted, the meow game — sometimes known as the cat game — was made famous by the cult 2001 comedy "Super Toopers." In it, a pair of police officers mess with a driver they've pulled over, using the word "meow" instead of "now."

At last week's game, reporter Ben Garrod was the victim of the surreptitious meows, although he appears to catch on halfway though, and admirably holds back his laughter.

Kaunisto snuck in an impressive seven meows in just 40 seconds, all while answering Garrod's questions about the team's out-of-the-gate aggressiveness and racking up as many points as possible — fairly standard fare for sports confabs.

For those keeping score, Kaunisto actually achieved a higher density of meows than the original Super Troopers, who slipped in 10 meows in 80 seconds (the last of which was sort of cheating, however).

Back in 2012, then-Atlanta Falcons safety Thomas DeCoud also managed to plant a solid 14 meows into an interview with ESPN's Bram Weinstein.

Meow that it's back, let's hope the trend continues.





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The so-called Meow Game was in full effect during a recent interview with ECHL player Ray Kaunisto of the Kalamazoo Wings, who snuck the word "meow" into his answers an astonishing 7 times.
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