After the loss of his best friend on Christmas Eve, Bobby goes out onto the lake and makes a shocking discovery. When the land is bought, Bobby must rally the town to save it.

Director:

John Kissack

Writer:

Shaun Crawford
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Kristian Wang ... Bobby Whiteside (as Kristian Jackson)
Anne Hawthorne ... Sarah Whiteside
Jayson Therrien ... Jeremy Whiteside
Siobhan Williams ... Karen Bell
Will Sasso ... Mall Santa
Chris Enright ... Stanley Price
Joe Perry ... Charlie Stangowitz (as Joseph Perry)
Maddie Dixon-Poirier ... Roxie Whiteside
Rohan Campbell ... Evan
James Mosher ... Brian
Lonni Olson ... Gus
David LeReaney ... Mr. S
Lorette Clow ... Mrs. S
Victoria Hall Victoria Hall ... Maggie
Sarah Wheeldon Sarah Wheeldon ... Head Councillor
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After suffering the loss of his best friend Charlie on Christmas Eve, sixteen year old Bobby Whiteside ventures out onto the lake where they played countless games of winter hockey. Upon shoveling the ice surface he makes a shocking discovery --- a magic, perfectly groomed hockey rink that appears only at night and only in his presence. When a local construction company purchases the land for development, Bobby must join forces with his high school crush, rally the town, and play one last game on the night pond --- with an old friend.

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Family | Mystery | Sport

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Not Rated | See all certifications »
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Filmed in Calgary, Alberta. See more »

Goofs

At one point Bobby sees a hockey game on TV. It shows Wayne Gretzky on the bench in an Edmonton Oilers uniform. A few seconds later the TV is visible again, and this time Gretzky is in an LA Kings uniform skating behind the net. Based on visual clues in this movie (Polaroid camera, the cars, lack of cellphones) - the movie is pegged to have taken place in the early 80s. Gretzky was not with LA until 1988. See more »

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Long, Slow and Unravels at the End
11 December 2020 | by docm-32304See all my reviews

As some others have said, this could have been good, but slow pacing, lack of crisp writing and an ending that simply is stupid killed it.


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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

6 December 2016 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

A Miracle on Christmas Lake See more »

Filming Locations:

Canmore, Alberta, Canada See more »

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"GREEN" Productions See more »
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