One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
An evasive move consisting of an abrupt 360-degree turn, especially in order to score a goal.‘Elias pulls off a slick spin-o-rama and beats goalie Evgeni Nabokov on his backhand for a fancy finish’
1950s (as a term for a type of earring): from spin + -orama. The term as used in ice hockey was apparently first used by the Canadian sportscaster Danny Gallivan in the 1970s to refer to the move as performed by the Canadian player Serge Savard.
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