Society for International Hockey Research
 
 

Hockey Movie and Television List

 
Ice Hockey has a long relationship with both the big screen and television.
 
This list was compiled by SIHR members in an effort to document both movies and television shows which were centered around hockey or simply featured hockey or some of the game's stars. It is currently maintained by Jean-Patrice Martel. The original version featured contributions from Mr. Martel, Jon Waldman, Paul Patskou, Bob Duff, Jim Coughlin, Michael Talbot and Karl-Eric Reif.
 
This is by no means a complete list and we welcome any additions or corrections, which should be sent to movies@sihrhockey.org. Commercials, video games and compilation videos (ex: Don Cherry's Rock 'Em Sock 'Em, etc) were not included at this time.

 

Updated - September 2008

Player Cameos and Contributions

 

Arli$$ (1996-2002) HBO TV series

Season 5, episode 59 – 5.13 (Sept. 3, 2000) titled “When Opportunity Knocks”, with cameo appearance by Jeremy Roenick.

Season 6, episode 67 – 6.8 (July 29, 2001) titled “As Others See Us”, with cameo appearance by Jeremy Roenick.

Season 7, episode 76 – 7.7 (Aug. 4, 2002) titled “It’s All in the Game”, with cameo appearance by Jeremy Roenick.

 

Arsenio Hall Show, The (1989-1994) syndicated TV series

One episode with Wayne Gretzky

 

Bad Boys (1995) features Marty McSorley as Henchman

 

Baywatch (1989-2001) syndicated TV series

One episode with Brian Gionta as Captain Dan Vincent

 

Beverly Hills, 90210 (1990-2000) Fox TV series

Season 7, episode #194 – 7.17 (Jan. 29, 1997) titled Face-Off, with cameo appearances by Ron Duguay and Cam Neely

 

Boogie Nights (1997) may feature Brian Gionta as Gas Station Clerk (unconfirmed)

 

Celebrity Roast (years unknown) CBC TV specials

One episode with Wayne Gretzky

A 1992 episode with Don Cherry

 

Con Air (1997) with Marty McSorley as Co-Pilot

 

Do Me a Favor (1999) with Marty McSorley as Bouncer

 

Dumb and Dumber (1994) features Cam Neely as Sea Bass

 

Forget Paris (1995) with Marty McSorley as Detroit Pistons Fan

 

Freedom Park (2004) features Lyndon Byers as a Tee Ball coach

 

George Michael Sports Machine, The (1984-?) syndicated TV series

One episode with Wayne Gretzky

 

Hack (2002-2004) CBS TV series

Season 2, episode #33 – 2.11 (Dec. 20, 2003) titled “Gone” with Jeremy Roenick as the desk Sergeant

Season 2, episode #35 – 2.13 (Jan. 24, 2004) titled “Double Exposure” with Jeremy Roenick as the desk Sergeant

 

Hope and Gloria (1995-1996) NBC TV series

Episode #25 (Jan. 13, 1996) titled “The Man Upstairs”, with cameo appearance by Ron Duguay

 

Knots Landing (1979-1993) CBS TV series

Season 11, episode #273 – 11.26 (April 26, 1990) titled “My Love Always”, with Phil Esposito as Wyatt

 
Little Mosque on the Prairie - CBC
Darcy Tucker
 

Malcolm in the Middle (2000-ongoing) Fox TV series

Season 2, episode #38 – 2.22 (April 29, 2001), titled “Mini-Bike”; with cameo appearance by Brian Noonan

 

Me, Myself & Irene (2000) features Cam Neely as Trooper Sea Bass and Brendan Shanahan as Cop

 

Men of Means (1999) features Tie Domi as Pete

 

One Life to Live (1968-ongoing) ABC daily soap

Season 32, episode on August 31, 2000 with cameo appearance by Jeremy Roenick.

 

Punisher, The (2004) features Vincent Lecavalier in a deleted scene that can be seen on the DVD

 

Rescue Me (2004-ongoing) FX TV series (drama)

Season 1, episode #3 – 1.3 (Aucust 4, 2004) titled “ Kansas” with Lyndon Byers as Ryan

Season 1, episode #13 – 1.13 (October 13, 2004) titled “Sanctuary” with Lyndon Byers as Ryan

Season 2, episode #22 – 2.9 (August 16, 2005) titled “Rebirth” with Lyndon Byers as Ryan

 

Shallow Hal (2001) features Lyndon Byers as “Punk #2”

 

Snitch (aka Monument Ave.) (1998) features Lyndon Byers as Fitzie

 

Spenser: For Hire (1985-1988) ABC TV series

Season 3, episode #63 – 3.18 (March 19, 1988) titled “Watercolors” with cameo appearance by Bobby Orr

 

Spin City (1996-2002) ABC TV series

Season 5, episode #112 – 5.12 (Jan. 17, 2001) titled “Hey Judith”, with cameo appearance by Barry Melrose

 

Stuck on You (2003) features Cam Neely and Lyndon Byers (and “Kenny Linesman”) as hockey players

 

Sundown: The Vampire in Retreat (1991) features Phil Esposito as Tom ‘Redneck’ Pryor

 

This Hour Has 22 Minutes (1993-ongoing) CBC TV series

Season 9 episode #9.13 (March 1, 2002) with cameo appearance by Phil Esposito

 

What's The Worst That Could Happen? (2001) features Cam Neeley as Detective Jerry

 

Young and the Restless (The) (1973-ongoing)

Season 9 (1981 or 1982), with cameo appearance by Wayne Gretzky (his one line: “Call me Wayne; everybody does”).