Is the movie Mystery Alaska based on a true story?
The movie is loosely based on the 1905 Stanley Cup game between the Dawson City Nuggets and the Ottawa Senators. The entire New York Rangers roster is fictional. Many players on the actual Rangers roster at the time refused to be in the film .
Did the Rangers play in Mystery Alaska?
The Rangers played in Mystery , Alaska , a 1999 comedy about a fictional small-town ice hockey team that plays a game against the New York team in Alaska .
Who wins the game in Mystery Alaska?
The exhibition game between the Mystery team and the New York Rangers does take place. The Rangers lead 5-2 heading into the 3rd period. The Mystery team scores twice, but fail to tie the game in the final seconds of the period when Connor Banks (Michael Buie) hits the crossbar. The Rangers win 5-4.
Is there a place called Mystery Alaska?
Does Mystery Alaska Exist? No, the town is fictional. So where did they shoot the movie? It was done at Banff National Park and Canmore, Alberta.
Does Netflix have Mystery Alaska?
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Who sang the national anthem in Mystery Alaska?
What town was Mystery Alaska filmed in?
It was shot in Banff National Park and in a “town” built for the purpose outside Canmore, Alberta .
What is the movie Mystery Alaska about?
Comical tale about the residents of a small, remote Alaskan town and their preoccupation with ice hockey. Excitement comes to the town when, as part of a publicity stunt, the professional stars of the New York Rangers come to Alaska to face off against the local amateur team in a televised match. Small-town intrigues and petty rivalries must be shelved if the locals are to put up a respectable defence.
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When did Mystery Alaska come out?
October 1, 1999