Slap shot 2: breaking the ice

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  • Year Released: 2002

Slap Shot 2: Breaking the Ice is a 2002 American sports film starring Stephen Baldwin and Gary Busey and directed by Steve Boyum. The direct-to-video film is the sequel to the 1977 film Slap Shot. 25 years after the events of the first film, the minor-league hockey team Charlestown Chiefs are still languishing in Pennsylvania. A new player/coach, Sean Linden (Baldwin), has taken over from Reggie Dunlop, and the team's violence has become the Chiefs' hallmark as Sean Linden does not try to control the "fighting hockey" trio of the Hanson Brothers. After only 10 wins in two years the team is bought by a family entertainment corporation called Better America, run by an executive named Richmond Claremont (Gary Busey). The team is moved to Nebraska and given a new (female) coach. The team soon finds out that Richmond Claremont intends to use the Chiefs as the team which plays and loses in scripted games against a Harlem Globetrotters type team named the Omaha IceBreakers in an attempt by Claremont to make the game suitable for a family audience. The "Super Chiefs" lose the Hanson brothers when a fight breaks out between the two teams. After the fight Claremont bribes Linden to change

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