Puckster and his pals are playing against their hockey heroes - the Toronto Maple Leafs mascot Carlton the bear and the Montreal Canadiens mascot Youppi. But his drive to win and desire to impress others gets in the way. This is a story of teamwork.
It’s Christmas Eve and Puckster is watching the heavy snow fall. It is his first Christmas away from home and he is excited to be with Team Canada. But will his family arrive on time for Christmas morning? This is a magical story about the true meaning of the holiday.
Puckster has been selected to act as Team Canada's stick boy at the
Winter Games in Sochi, Russia. He is so excited because he is taking a
big surprise with him for all the fans. When one of the players gets
hurt, Puckster plays along with NHL superstars Sidney Crosby, Rick Nash,
Jonathan Toews and more.
Puckster and his pals are trying out for a special team that gets to play one game against the Russian Tigers. This special game is going to be on television too! But not everyone prepares properly for the tryout. Who makes the team? And who doesn’t?
When Francois the beaver gets sick during a game, Puckster needs to find a new teammate. But who? He spots a panda bear named Juan playing ball hockey. Puckster asks him to play, but he is shy and never skated before. Puckster teaches him and when it is time for Juan to play in a real game, Puckster and his pals encourage him to do his best.
That first ever hockey tournament is so exciting! Puckster and his pals can’t wait to play more than one game in a day. But Roly the goalie has a hard time with his nerves and thinks that only junk food from the concession will calm him down. That is, until he gets a sick tummy.
The big day has finally arrived! Puckster and his pals are playing in a real game, in a real arena, against a real team. The Rocket Racoons are fast and a good and Puckster's team will have to play as hard as they can. When everyone scores a goal but Charlie, Puckster works hard to get the puck to him. Only when Charlie gets it on his stick, he doesn’t know what to do.
There are hundreds of thousands of young children enrolled in organized hockey associations all across Canada and nothing is more exciting for these kids than getting that first hockey sweater. Join Puckster and his pals as they try to figure out how they can raise enough money to buy brand new jerseys to play in their first game.