The Mustangs are a Canadian professional ice-hockey team. Trevor Lemonde, its young new star player, just moved from the country. His cynical roommate Damon Trebuchet is all but such a ...
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Gabe and Conny finally have sex. The whole team worries what the new coach Louis 'Tornado' Boucher may change, giving his players trader reputation. The wives worry even more about the coach's wife, ...
Trevor Lemonde's country girlfriend Tabbi expects him to ruin his new apartment by fitting it for her inseparable, cripple grandma. Damon vents his fury over loosing a sponsorship trough their common...
The Mustangs are a Canadian professional ice-hockey team. Trevor Lemonde, its young new star player, just moved from the country. His cynical roommate Damon Trebuchet is all but such a naive gentleman, rather his, captain Gabe McCall, the board's, manager's and coach's nightmare. But there are also past and present wives, girls, widows and daughters to complicate lives. And the secret of a former star player who fell to his death, leaving wife and daughter more then anyone bargained for.Written by
Except for the glossy look, this show had little to recommend it. The writing was patronizing and convoluted. Without exception the characters were shallow and unsympathetic. The female characters came off the worst... reduced to spoiled, selfish airheads whose soul ambition was to run around in slip dresses and stilettos, and try to bag a man. This aspect of the show is all the more curious as the series was produced by two women! The acting for the most part was dull and humourless with the cast playing one dimensional characters attacking every scene on the same note. This is not entirely the actors fault. Had they spent more time developing the characters and the storyline, adding a little injection of style and humour, MVP might have been a hit. What we're left with is something flat and vaguely unpleasant.
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