open ice

open ice

[′ō·pən ′īs]
(oceanography)
On navigable waters, ice that has broken apart sufficiently to permit passage of vessels.
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They will show him open ice. He will bring us the seal again!" Their voices were soon swallowed up by the cold, empty dark, and Kotuko and the girl shouldered close together as they strained on the pulling-rope or humoured the sleigh through the ice in the direction of the Polar Sea.
Murphy gave the Hawks a 1-0 lead at 3:34 of the second period when he took advantage of some open ice in the offensive zone and zipped a shot past Carey Price off a feed from Dylan Strome.
The organization of an open ice rink is a social project aimed at providing affordable and useful leisure activities for citizens and guests of the capital, promoting a healthy lifestyle, promoting winter sports and creating conditions for hanging out in the fresh winter air.
The game became a physical one too with Coventry defenceman Trey Lewis fighting both Jacob Doty straight from a face-off and Jaynen Rissling after the Panthers player had run over Ross Venus with a huge open ice hit.
The mosque has a stylish exterior of its own; its entrance looks similar to a giant, open ice house.
At the same time there are pictures coming to publication (Die Presse, January 13, 2001) with the intention of making people aware of the melting and thinning of the ice cape on the north pole and the growing open ice sea, along with an expected rise of sea levels by up to 88 cm.
MANAMA, May 28 (KUNA) -- Kuwait's nat'l team have successfully proceeded to the final game of Bahrain open ice hockey championship after defeating the Bahraini team 5-2 on Saturday.
"The Hussmann DSF series open ice seafood display case is our most popular model," says Beach.
Outside this Baroque building you can skate around the city's open ice rink or get into the Christmas spirit at the Family Funfair in the WalesOnline Winter Wonderland."
Choking off the passing lanes and the open ice where Penguins' stars Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin thrive, New York built an early lead behind goals from Carl Hagelin and Chris Kreider then held on for a 2-1 win in Game 3 on Monday night to take a 2-1 series lead.