Power Play (1998)

Season 2 Episode 10

The Quarter Finals

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Aired Unknown Jan 20, 2000 on CTV
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The Quarter Finals
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In the quarter-finals against Philadelphia, off-ice battles over the ownership of the club threaten to distract the players; Coach Tremblay doubts his leadership ability and requests his return to Sherbrooke, setting the stage for the return of a "happier" Harry Strand… who comes fully equipped with a psychiatrist. Michelle talks husband Hudson James into helping Parker get back into the U.S. to attend a league meeting for which he is eternally UN-grateful. After the meeting in New York, Colleen and Parker share more than just a drink. The "new" Harry Strand turns to be just what the teams needs.moreless

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    Matthew Bennett

    Matthew Bennett

    Dewey Hartman

    Guest Star

    John Hemphill

    John Hemphill

    Dr. Eugene Tockette

    Guest Star

    Chris Tessaro

    Chris Tessaro

    Marshak

    Guest Star

    Jonathan Rannells

    Jonathan Rannells

    Todd Maplethorpe

    Recurring Role

    Lori Anne Alter

    Lori Anne Alter

    Renata d'Allessandro

    Recurring Role

    Krista Bridges

    Krista Bridges

    Rose Thorton

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      • Music heard throughout the episode included Shades Of Youth (performed by The Millenium Project), December (performed by Orchestra Symphonique De Quebec), Boom Ba Ya Ya (performed by Abraxius Pool) and Goodbye Monday (performed by Post 7G).

    • QUOTES (3)

      • Brett: (to Hartman, talking about Colleen) Hey, listen, I have worked for her and I have worked against her, ok, plenty and she is the biggest bitch on wheels and if it weren't for her, McArdle would have gone mams up like five years ago because she also happens to be one of the most capable executive I've ever met...

      • Colleen: I cut your throat before and I will do it again without thinking and without caring if you do not start to do what I tell you. Is that clear?
        Brett: Anger suits you, ya know, which is good seeing how you're so angry so much of the time.
        Colleen: Just you watch me....

      • Duff: I hate to be late for anything unlike the Yanks...always late. You take the two World Wars. They were tardy to the party on both occasions, weren't they?
        Colleen: Duff, Mr. Hartman and his associates are all Americans.
        Duff: (to Hartman and his associates) Oh, really, All-American? What school did you play for?

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