A rare disability in ice hockey players where the knees and ankles cannot move and flex at the same time, thus creating the illusion that the player does not know how to skate. This disability has even been found in the NHL ranks, with players such as Tomas Holmstrom, Hal Gill, and Nik Antropov suffering from it.
"Don't make fun of Billy, he's got Jenkins Syndrome."
by captainericbertulaitis February 23, 2013

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