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Lou de Laâge,
A wonderful mini-series about a kids hockey team, the parents and coaches involved, and their dreams of winning it all in "the big tournament"
This comedic Canadian mini-series shows you all the various types of hockey parent there are, with each at their most extreme. If you have kids in hockey, you can surely see parts of yourself in one or more of these parents.
The kids playing hockey is actually quite a minor part of the series; the parents and coaches are the main characters. Their hilarious interaction is tragic, to the point of comedy in this documentary style series.
The team looses their coach due to heart attack and must find a replacement in order to finish the season, and enter the big tournament. With a couple of parents vying for the coaches position, there's lots of bargaining, sucking up, and backstabbing.
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