Whistle Related Quotes

“We respected Rochester from the opening whistle, and they were a tough team tonight. We knew that it could go that far and I was proud of my team after conceding a goal for hanging in there. We were a little bit whipped, but we just wanted to keep our composure during the overtime and make sure we didn't give up a second goal. I'm proud of my team and pleased to be advancing.”

Dave Sarachan

“My guys just wanted the ref to blow the whistle. They wanted a piece of that team so badly.”

Alan Nicholl

“I didn't hear a whistle, so I wasn't going to let him go up and hit an and-one. I didn't know what was going on. I just grabbed his arm. I didn't grab him to the floor or anything and just walked away. Whatever, he sure gets his share of calls.”

Wally Szczerbiak

“Did I hear a whistle before the puck went in the net? No, of course not. The interpretation of the rule was explained to me and I don't agree with it.”

Glen Hanlon

“I thought the boys were magnificent, ... They come to compete, they come to play from the first whistle. . . . We're a good league, a strong league with a lot of good players.”

Colin Clarke

“I was reaching for my whistle, but I didn't have it on. He doesn't think another human can bring him down. I was trying to get our guys to go over there and protect him after he had about eight guys on him.”

Ralph Friedgen

“Whistle Down the Wind.”

Andrew Lloyd Webber

“In some century to come, when the school children will whistle popular tunes in quarter-tones-when the diatonic scale will be as obsolete as the pentatonic is now-perhaps then these borderland experiences may be both easily expressed and readily recognized.”

Charles Ives

“But we proved that we were capable to fight until the last whistle. This team is amazing, they never let anything go. I think that we deserved to win.”

Paul Le Guen

“When Alessandro whistles, 90 percent is sound and 10 percent wind. It's an incredibly pure whistle. It sounds like a special effect, but he was born with it.”

Sir Christopher Frayling