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Sticks and Stones

Year:
Genres:
Family
IMDB rate:
6.9
Director:
George Mihalka
Awards:
3 wins & 3 nominations
Details
Country: Canada
Release Date: 2008-01-01
Filming Locations: Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada
Cast
Actor
Character
Debra McCabe
Debra McCabe
Sticks and Stones
David Sutcliffe
Neil Martin
Alexander De Jordy
Jordan Martin
Daniel Magder
Michael Carver
John Robinson
Peter Carver
Richard Fitzpatrick
Al Bouchard
Cary Lawrence
Diane Heany
Lori Hallier
Anne Carver
Cameron Ansell
Dennis Heany
Scott Beaudin
Kyle Perkins
Mark Camacho
Craig Perkins
Samuel Earle
Curran Webster
Alessandro Costantini
Zack Connelly
Marc Trottier
Chris Carver
Luc Proulx
Mr. Houle
Louis Philippe Dandenault
Referee (as Louis-Philippe Dandenault)
Marc Sauve
Loudmouth
Caleb Marshall
Interviewer
Bill Carr
Host
Pauline Cronin
Joan MacAlpine
Michael Carley
Premier Lord
Derek Strong
Mountie
James Millington
Frank Mahovlich
Brad Woodside
Announcer
Eddie Shack
Eddie Shack - Himself
Michelle Daigle
Mrs. Hockett
Steve Goldbloom
Heckler
Drew O'Hara
Heckler
Jason Cavalier
Protestor
Mike Chute
Protestor
Robyn McNicoll
Pacifist Protestor
√Čric Butler
Montreal Cop 1 (as Eric Butler)
Pierre Boudreau
Montreal Cop 2
Brian Bordage
Montreal Cop 3
Brian Heighton
Usher
Andrew Johnston
Kid Playing Street Hockey
Lukas Fraser
Hockey player
Jared Randall
Hockey Fan
Matt Chisholm
Hockey Fan (uncredited)
Mike Gange
Reporter (uncredited)
Mark MacAulay
Hockey Fan (uncredited)
Jimmy MacKinley
Moncton Coach (uncredited)
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Trivia
The van in which Neil Martin drives his son Jordy to Brockton has a "Kingswood Golf" logo on its door panel (at around 1h 4 mins). This refers to Kingswood Park located at 31 Kingswood Park in Fredericton which includes an ice skating rink and a golf course.
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Staffer Dave Doyle of The Boston Globe wrote a 4/15/2004 article about the 2004 Friendship tournament in Fredericton and the preceding March, 2003, match in Montreal. The article mentions that Roger Shannon (cited in Crazy Credits) was a former RCMP officer, was working as a senior manager of the Fredericton 911 system, had coached hockey at many levels, and came up with the Friendship Tournament idea when he first heard of the Brockton team's March 2003 experience in Montreal.
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Since a TV production must appeal to a large demographic group, it's teleplay differs from the history of the original March 2004 Friendship Tournament. A Pee Wee hockey production would appeal primarily to kids and families, so the principal instigator of the tournament was changed from a seasoned hockey dad/coach to a Pee Wee player, Jordy, who witnesses some of the Brockton team's humiliation himself. The time line to stage the tournament was shortened from one year to three months. Tension between Jordy's parents and a scheduling conflict with a hockey assessment camp were introduced.
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Goofs
(at around 45 mins) The New Brunswick license plate GAJ-314 has expiration tab "03 2008", whereas the picture is set in 2003.
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Photos from cast
Debra McCabe