Sport awakens passions. It brings with it strong emotions. It transports athletes but also spectators. Hockey can produce all of that. In real life as well as in fiction. Several interesting productions revolve around him.
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During this Quebec film we travel back almost 50 years until we end up in 1967. We follow young Martin Roy and everyone who surrounds him in the middle of the street and at school. The boy is a hockey enthusiast who welcomes winter with open arms. Only one thing could keep him away from his idol Henri Richard: love. For Martin, the presence of the beautiful Véronique will be a great trigger of new emotions.
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The star player of this Quebec series is Chloé Béliveau, a teenager determined to find her way on the ice even though her AAA team is made up entirely of boys. For them, pressing the brake pedal is out of the question; On the contrary: she is convinced that she has her place in the starting eleven. Of course, the teenage years are full of upheaval, but it’s nice to see an attacker like Chloé doing her best. On and off the ice.
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Pee-Wee: the winter that changed my life And Junior major
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It’s not always easy to be a very talented and productive player. Of course there are teammates who will be happy to welcome you because you will be a very important asset, but there are also those who don’t want to lose what they have acquired. In the role of Janeau, Antoine Olivier Pilon is confronted with this situation. And he will also experience strained relationships as he climbs the ladder. Two feature films that show that not everything is rosy when you look at the professional world.
- On Club illico, Prime Video and Crave (Junior major)
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This feature film is an essential family film from the early 1990s. It features wonderfully good-natured humor and a story that’s perfect for siding with children who aren’t prodigies, as well as being directed by a man who would happily work somewhere else. The problem for this new coach is that his players don’t just have an average level of play… They’re just bad! It is the importance of the challenge, the change in the team and the passion on the bench and on the playing surface that makes it so attractive.
- Offered by Disney+ as D2: The Mighty Ducks And D3: The Mighty Ducks
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Is there a bigger sports scene than the Olympics? And what could be better than experiencing a huge surprise that will forever remain enshrined in the archives of the wonderful world of sport, even at home? This miracle on ice, as some call it, happened in Lake Placid in 1980. It is the work of resilient American amateur hockey players and their quick-witted coach. Largely overlooked, the U.S. academics prevailed over the mighty Soviets and continued their remarkable path to winning the hockey gold medal. An inspiring story.