Hockey Movie Character MVP Bracket: Skank Marden vs Meo

We put out a call for people who wanted to make fun of Canada. This is the overflow seating.

What we have today, is the possibility to vote on our favorite character, and at the same time, make JS feel really bad about his national heritage. I mean, has anyone in the US ever seen the movie Les Boys? This is Minnesota, which is as close to Canada as it gets, and I can guarantee that the vast majority of people have never even heard of it.

Still we continue forward with our task, as we do around these parts. It is difficult to believe that the Wilderness is going to pass up a chance to vote for something called "Meo," but you never know.

Red pill, or blue pill? Wait... I think that's the wrong movie.

Skank Marden (Mystery, Alaska, 1999)

I play hockey and I fornicate, 'cause those are the two most fun things to do in cold weather.

'nuff said.

Meo (Les Boys, 1997)

From IMDB:

Ever wanted to know what guys say when they get together? This light- hearted comedy explores the male world through an amateur hockey team. Every male stereotype is analyzed, comically of course

We have reports that Les Boys was a blockbuster in Canada. Of course, the box office totals came in around $14.25 (Canadian), making it the number one grossing Canadian film of all time.

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