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Score: A Hockey Musical

Director Michael McGowan
Year 2010
Run Time 93min
Genre Comedy, Family
Not your average film about hockey, nor your average musical, Score delivers loads of action, laughs and romance. Seventeen-year-old Farley (Noah Reid) has the stick-handling skills of the next Sidney Crosby – not that Farley has any idea who Crosby is.  

He’s led a sheltered life, home-schooled by parents (Olivia Newton-John and Marc Jordan) whose idea of extra-curricular activities are trips to an art gallery or an ashram.

His only real friend is Eve (Allie MacDonald), the girl who’s lived next door nearly his entire life. Much to the dismay of his parents, Farley loves to play shinny with the local rink rats (Dave Bidini and Hawksley Workman, among others). When the coach of a local hockey team (Stephen McHattie) spots him, Farley is drawn into the seductive hockey arena – while trying to stay true to his non-violent principles and juggling an ever-changing relationship with Eve.


Michael McGowan

McGowan made his film debut as a writer, director and producer with My Dog Vincent, and directed Saint Ralph, One Week, Score: A Hockey Musical and Still Mine, which was named by TIFF as one of Canada’s Top 10 films in 2012. He recently directed TV shows Reign and Between and wrote the film The Etruscan Smile. His most recent film, All My Puny Sorrows, premiered at TIFF 2021.


Michael McGowan


John McDermott, Noah Reid, Hawksley Workman


Michael McGowan, Avi Federgreen


Comedy, Family


Arts and Culture, Sports

Original Language


Canadian Distributor

Mongrel Media