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Lighthouse Hockey At The Movies

Lighthouse Hockey reviews movies. Sometimes they're good. Sometimes...not so much.

Review: “Orchestrating an Upset” is a documentary

The Ambassador of Fun, Laughing Lindros and Amonte’s mullet star in an enjoyable, informative and easy hour of sports programming, premiering tonight on NHL Network.

Video: Entourage creator laments Isles move

Entourage creator Doug Ellin, who directed the upcoming movie version, is an Islanders fan and he recently sat down with Huffington Post Live to talk about his history, the team's move to Brooklyn and who he's rooting for in the playoffs.

Movie Review: 'D2: The Mighty Ducks'

A fresh pair of eyes reviews the kids classic from 1993 and examines who the series' true star is, which trick plays are acceptable for victory and what it all has to do with feared real life NHL terror John Scott.

Movie Review: The Mighty Ducks

It took 22 years, but an accidental holdout finally watches Disney's generation-defining kids hockey movie. Is it too late for a grown man to execute the Triple Deke?

Movie Review: National Lampoon's Pucked

The 2006 comedy National Lampoon's Pucked starred Jon Bon Jovi as a down-and-out loser who wants to start an all-women's hockey league. No, I didn't just make that up.

Movie Review: The John Spano Saga in 'Big Shot'

The ESPN 30-for-30 doc is about more than just John Spano's fraudulent near-purchase of the Islanders in 1996. Director Kevin Connolly uses vintage video, memories and humor to craft a must-see film about his favorite team that fans will love.

Torturous Film Reviewed: Slap Shot 2

Hearing there's a "Goon 2" in the works, one man tortures himself and sits through the abject horror known as "Slap Shot 2."

Movie Review: Goon - Does it have The Gritz?

A review of the hockey movie "Goon," which doesn't meet the "Slap Shot" standard but comes much closer than most hockey movies.