A maneveur used in hockey fights developed by youth hockey coach Jules Winnfield which involves grabbing the opposing player's jersey over his head and repeatedly punching him in the stomach.
The name comes from Jules' hometown, Inglewood, CA.
Did you hear about Dean McAmmond? He got Inglewood Jacked and is now out for the rest of the season.
A hockey fighting technique taught by Jules Winnfield, that involves pulling another player's jersey over his head from behind, simultaneously blinding the player and forcing him to bend forward at the waist, then punching the player with uppercut
punches to the head, shoulders, and chest.
Named for Inglewood, California, a city with a 'rough' reputation, where Jules Winnfield lived. Also the the city where portions of Boyz N Da Hood and Training Day were filmed.
"Oh shit, Brashear is giving Brookbank the Inglewood Jack."