NHL Puckdoku answers and clues: September 5th, 2023
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By Alex Hobson17 days ago
WARNING: THERE ARE PUCKDOKU SPOILERS AHEAD. DO NOT CONTINUE SCROLLING IF YOU DON’T WANT TODAY’S PUZZLE SPOILED FOR YOU.
The new game “Puckdoku” is taking the hockey world by storm. Here’s how it works. There’s a 3×3 grid, and each row and column are marked with either a team or a statistic of some sort. You have to guess players who meet the criteria for both the column and the row for the square you’re on. For example…if your square is in the Toronto Maple Leafs’ column and the St. Louis Blue row…Ryan O’Reilly would work. If it’s in the Washington Capitals column and the row says “40+ goals in a season”, Alex Ovechkin would work. You can play the daily Puckdoku puzzle here:
There’s also a rarity score in the form of a percentage next to the player you guess…the lower the percentage, the more rare the guess. Once you start getting used to the game, you want to shoot for a low rarity score.
Without further ado, here are some hints for today’s puckdoku puzzle.
Sabres/Canadiens: Player spent time with the Winnipeg Jets between these two teams
Capitals/Canadiens: Player is a native of Denmark
Canucks/Canadiens: Player recently signed with a Metropolitan Division team
Sabres/Blues: Player was a recent deadline pickup of the Toronto Maple Leafs
Capitals/Blues: Player scored four shootout goals in the same game at the 2014 Olympics
Canucks/Blues: Player is fifth all time in points by Slovak players
Sabres first round pick: Player is defenceman drafted within the past five years
Capitals first round pick: Player was drafted prior to the lockout
Canucks first round pick: Either twin works
The most popular answers to today’s Puckdoku puzzle are below this picture of referees. Don’t scroll if you don’t want spoilers!
Sabres/Canadiens: Joel Armia
Capitals/Canadiens: Lars Eller
Canucks/Canadiens: Tyler Toffoli
Sabres/Blues: Ryan O’Reilly
Capitals/Blues: T.J. Oshie
Canucks/Blues: Pavol Demitra
Sabres first round pick: Rasmus Dahlin
Capitals first round pick: Alex Ovechkin
Canucks first round pick: Daniel/Henrik Sedin
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