Night Heat

Season 3 Episode 3

Play the Game

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Aired Thursday Feb 19, 1987 on CTV
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The city is abuzz as the City College Monarchs have made it to the National Hockey Finals. After a 3-2 loss, City player Mike Bell is found killed with cocaine on his body. As Kevin and Frank investigate, the team's star player Billy Donovan becomes implicated in his teammate's death.moreless

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    Miguel Fernandes

    Miguel Fernandes

    Matty Rosen

    Guest Star

    Dean Hamilton

    Dean Hamilton

    Billy Donovan

    Guest Star

    Kim Nelles

    Kim Nelles

    Jenny Dawson

    Guest Star

    Susan Hogan

    Susan Hogan

    Nicole (Nickie) Rimbaud

    Recurring Role

    Sean McCann

    Sean McCann

    Lt. Jim Hogan

    Recurring Role

    Eugene Clark

    Eugene Clark

    Det. Colby Burns

    Recurring Role

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    • QUOTES (4)

      • (opening commentary)
        Tom: A few hours ago Mike Bell was racing across the ice, strong and graceful with the cheers of the crowd singing in his ears. He was chasing his dream and letting the rest of us rekindle the dreams of our lost youth. Somewhere between then and now, Mike Bell took a walk from the perfect fantasy world of the college hockey rink to the ugly, violent world of the streets.

      • (about Mike Bell's alleged involvement in drugs)
        Kevin: All right, he doesn't use it, he doesn't deal it. That leaves the tooth fairy. And we all believe in the tooth fairy, don't we?

      • Coach: If only that kid (Donovan) was skating on two good knees. If... That's what they got tomorrow's for, huh Frankie? I ought to let you suit up.
        Frank: Tomorrow.
        Kevin: He's too fat.

      • (closing commentary)
        Tom: Do you want me to tell you that Billy Donavan scored a goal to tie it up, and then the winner in overtime? That's a story for the sports page, and I don't write sports. My story's about a kid who lost his way on the clear cold ice of a hockey rink. There are those who will tell you he was mislead, tricked, seduced. But I see it different. The only traps that snare us are the ones we set ourselves. We let a Matty Rosen teach us to play the angles only when we've forgotten how to play it straight.

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