Stan Marsh has hit rock bottom. He's got no job, no bicycle and his only way out of a bad situation, is to coach the local pee wee hockey team. Once a hotshot pee wee hockey player himself,... See full summary »

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Stan Marsh / Repo Man / County Official / Randy Marsh / Commentator / Jack Brown / Dr. Doctor / Hockey Player #1 / Man in Audience / Reds Coach / Coach's Father (voice)
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Kyle Broflovski / Mr. Jarvis / Coach Brown / Hockey Player #2 (voice)
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Ike Broflovski (voice)
Timothy Napoli ...
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Sharon Marsh / Mrs. Brown (voice)
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Stan Marsh has hit rock bottom. He's got no job, no bicycle and his only way out of a bad situation, is to coach the local pee wee hockey team. Once a hotshot pee wee hockey player himself, Stan Marsh has tried to put those days behind him. But he's still living with the memory of how he let his team down when he missed the winning shot in the big game. Now, he's about to find out that being a coach means facing your past. He's determined to show his kids what it's like to be a winner!

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Stan's boss has hung on the wall three of the most unbelievable South Park Gazette scoops: The dramatic appearance of Scuzzlebutt in South Park: Volcano (1997), the smug polluted atmosphere of South Park: Smug Alert! (2006) and the greatest invention of all, Mr./Mrs. Garrison's "It" vehicle in South Park: The Entity (2001). See more »

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References The Bad News Bears in Breaking Training (1977) See more »

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We Are The Champions
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The beauty of South Park
27 May 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This episode has been on TV recently and as I watched it over and over again, I wondered if this was one of those episodes that people who don't understand South Park would hate. And it is. This is one of the best episodes they have ever made, and for some reason the basic South Park fan is unable to see the genius that lies within most episodes. Ask a bunch of people which episodes are their least favorites and you will inevitably hear this one and the Terrance and Philip April Fools episode, which is also one of the 5 best episodes. For some reason people think that a good episode involves Cartman and some ridiculous premise. "Stanley's Cup" is brilliant for its simplicity. I thought the "Go God Go" episodes were great too but following up the craziness of those with the grounded "Stanley's Cup" was even better. This is why Matt and Trey continuously screw over the audience, because most of you don't appreciate what they are trying to do. It's OK to laugh at a cartoon where a little kid is dying, just don't laugh at a real little kid that is dying! I know this is all very preachy but if you don't like this episode then you have wasted a lot of years because you simply don't get South Park.


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