Slap Shot (1977)
A referee calls Tim McCracken "Scarface"
one of the Hansons mentions Speed Racer
When Reggie Dunlop, while the Hansons are being bailed out of jail, states to the booking officer that "most folk heroes started out as criminals"
It was the second film (along with Deep Throat) that was in the background during the parade at the end.
Title seen on theater marquee.
Billy looks at a replica of Reggie Dunlop in a window and the film is advertised as he walks away from the theater.
mentioned when les auge is watching footage from an old game
The scene where Paul Newman's character bets Tom Cruise's character that he can get a woman who just walked into the restaurant, and that Newman's character supposedly has never met, to leave with him, is almost the same as a scene from Slap Shot where Newman's character in that film makes the same bet with the team's goaltender.
Referenced during the "Funny Farm" review.
Gene Siskel says that he regrets his original review of the film.
The crowd chants "Old time hockey" at the debuting Dudley Boys, whose gimmick was derived from the Hanson Brothers.
Referenced during the Video Pick of the Week.
Buddy wonders if the members of the band Hanson that cameo as themselves in the episode and play at Cody's birthday party are the same Hanson brothers from the movie.
During one of the parties, someone mentions the fact that "Slap Shot" was filmed in Syracuse, NY.
Featurette about this motion picture.
This doc is the real life Slapshot.
Hanson Brothers named after characters in that movie
"There's only so many times a girl can watch Slap Shot."
Storyline taken from movie where a bad team in a poor city on the brink of extinction must find a way to start winning and bringing more fans to the games in order to have a chance to play in the professional league.
Manson Sisters are beating up a vending machine. The Hanson Brothers in Slap shot did the same thing. They were also traded to the Chiefs, just like the Manson Sisters from Ottawa
Bob Costas says he knew some of the extras in the film
Connie Madigan was in both films.
Halifax Highlanders player named Hanson and jersey number 17
"a hockey game that's more violent than 'Slap Shot'"
Mike Greenberg says that any memorable line from this movie would have to be "bleeped"
Referenced by Steve Levy
Mike suggests it for movie night.
Video case is shown.
Murray and the video store clerk dispute whether the VHS was returned or not.
mentioned in discussion of the greatest characters in sports movies
Referenced by an interviewee
Claudia Perry says, "As the goalie said in 'Slap Shot,' I feel shame"
correct response in "Hockey Movies" category
mentioned by Mike Greenberg
Documentary on this movie
mentioned by Mike Golic
referenced in clue in "Athletes Playing Athletes" category
Mike Greenberg says this is one of the best sports comedies
mentioned in discussion of movies that you would rather watch than A Christmas Story for 24 hours
Theme song is played in the background when the team are in the changing room.
Clips from Slap Shot are shown when Nancy Dowd is mentioned.
Footage shown during "The Debrief".
Features clips from the film.
Slap Shot is #9.
clip is shown