Easily the best team in the NHL right now. Playing with an excellent mix of youth and veteran talent, and quite possibly 7 Olympians. Led by Jonathon Toews, Patrick Sharp, Patrick Kane, Marian Hossa, and Cristobal Huet. Both Huet and our backup goalie, Niemi, are amazing and have over 4 shut outs each. The Hawks are the pest points per game team right now, and would be atop the NHL standings if they had played as many games as the current leaders, the San Jose Sharks and New Jersey Devils. However, the Hawks have already beaten the Sharks this year, and are currently denominating the Devils. The Hawks fell last year in the Western Conference Finals to that scumbag, piece of shit team from Detroit, enacting revenge this year by shutting out the Wings twice and completely denominating them.
A form of domination in which you, by yourself or with a team, dominate someone(s) or something else so badly in any sporting event, video game, office contest, schoolwork, or relative bragging rights situation that you establish yourself or your team on a much greater level than your opponent(s). Not only have you dominated the opposition, you have relegated them and made it very clear that you, by yourself or with your comrades, are vastly greater than them at the said event. Essentially, you are way out of their league, and you have rightly put them in their place, possibly and preferably by humiliating them as well.
To establish a vast difference in class between two opposing sides, through overwhelming skill that glorifies the winners and humiliates the losers.
Variations of "denomination" include "denominate", "denominated", and "denominating". It is also encouraged to celebrate any act of "denomination" by taunting your opposition with denomination's appropriate abbreviated term, "deez-nuts".
A fun 4 player game played by normal people, especially in Illinois. Two opposing players on each side proceed to throw bean bags at an elevated board on the other side, where their partners are standing. One point is awarded for a bag tossed onto the board: three points are awarded if the bag goes into the hole at the top of the board. You play until one side reaches 21 points, or 11 if the opposing team has not scored a single point. Points are calculated at the end of each round, but the amount of points scored by your opponent also comes into affect with how many points you scored. If both opposing players have the same amount of points, no one gets any and the round is called a "wash". If one person gets four bags on the board and his opponent has two bags on and two bags in the hole, the opponent would have won that round 4-0, since his 8-4 score is subtracted down to 4-0. Bags is the proper name for this game, not "bean bags" or the random name that my college friends in Michigan call it, which doesn't make sense.