Roberto Luongo (born April 4, 1979, in Montreal, Quebec) is a professional ice hockey goaltender with the Vancouver Canucks.
Acquired: Traded to Vancouver from Florida with Richard Krajicek and a 6th round pick in 2006 in exchange for Todd Bertuzzi, Bryan Allen and Alex Auld, June 23/06
International play (Team Canada):
Silver medal at 1999 Under-20 World Championships.
Gold medal at 2003 World Championships.
Gold medal at 2004 World Championships.
Gold medal at 2004 World Cup of Hockey.
Silver medal at 2005 World Championships.
Damn, the Canucks are going to be unstoppable next season with Luongo in net
verb: to choke to give up
Noun: a sieve a collander
v: Jimmy almost made it with that hot babe, then he did a luongo and went home alone....again
n: we drained our spaghetti in a Luongo mama brought home from Vancouver.
1. To successfully complete a task deemed to be impossible.
2. To completely and utterly defeat and/or humiliate someone.
1. A person who can luongo consistently well.
1. "Man, that was an insane game tonight. We totally luongoed Anaheim."
2. "Wow, Pronger just got completely luongoed."
1. Examples include Roberto Luongo, Wayne Gretzky, Chuck Norris and Bruce Lee.
A spectacular goalie who plays for the Vancouver Canucks. But surely that is an oxymoron.
Luongo is unbelievable.
A luongo is the act of answering a serious question with an answer that everyone in the room, except the person asking the question, knows is complete bullshit. The person providing the bullshit answer must do so with the intent to trap the original questioner into looking ridiculous and/or doing something stupid. To be luongoed is to have asked a question and not realized that the answer made you look like an asshole.
Jim asked Jon if he could wear sneakers to the company Holiday party. Jon told Jim that he could wear sneakers, but that he had to also wear a dress. Jim wore a dress to the company Holiday party. He didn't realize that he had been luongoed.
A word that can be used with just about anything.
Examples would include
present tense "I think I will go and Luongo over here"
past tense "Shirley fucked me very Luongo like last night"
prepositional phrase "The town decided to build a new Luongo"
infinitive phrase "The sheriff told us that if we did not leave town immediately he would Luongo us"
Luongo is a bright and flashly word that gets ones attention almost immediatly and should only be used by the warm hearted and intelligent.
Luongo is a happy word, use it wisely! Stay nice and strong, now go Luongo yourself!
Can you Luongo to the store real quick?