Hockey movies: Our Stanley Cup runneth over
"Slap Shot," starring Paul Newman (above) as player-coach of the Charlestown Chiefs, may be considered by some to be the quintessential hockey film. But there are many more. Let's put on the foil and take a look at some beauts, eh? (By Scott Sandell)
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'Mystery, Alaska' (1999)
Russell Crowe learned how to take a wrist shot for "Mystery, Alaska," in which a ragtag team goes up against the New York Rangers. He joined the likes of Paul Newman and John Wayne (1937's "Idol of the Crowds") as big stars to lace up the skates for a role.