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'Pass the puck, eh!': SC Stingray study suggests hockey players adopt Canadian accent

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Andrew Bray, UGA Linguistics Graduate Student studying sociolinguistics, had an interview with ABC News 4 - Charleston, SC. Andrew's research suggesting hockey players adopt Canadian accents is discussed.

"They have this Canadian aspect to their speech," Bray said. "I'm finding it’s happening everywhere. In my preliminary study, I’ve talked to players from Texas, California, Alaska, North Carolina."

See the full interview and article here: 'Pass the puck, eh!': SC Stingray study suggests hockey players adopt Canadian accent

Photo by Alex Korolkoff on Unsplash

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