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    Mr. Hockey, Gordie Howe, plays again in CBC-TV movie

    Hockey Hero: CBC-TV sticks to its bread and butter, hockey, with the TV movie Mr. Hockey: The Gordie Howe Story. Starring Michael Shanks (Stargate SG-1, Saving Hope) as the hockey legend, the film tells the tale of Howe's return to the ice as a player ...

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    I thought overall it was very well done. Wasn't very flattering for Minnesota fans who were portrayed as being the biggest #$%@&*s in all of hockey.

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    Quote Originally Posted by piper1 View Post
    I thought overall it was very well done. Wasn't very flattering for Minnesota fans who were portrayed as being the biggest #$%@&*s in all of hockey.
    I thought it was supposed to be a nice, Swedish state?

    Seriously though, I really liked it. While it was a movie about a hockey player and not a hockey movie, the game shots were spectacularly done. Looked like real hockey.
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