Ice Guardians Parent Guide
It's tough to be the tough guy on the hockey team.
Rating & Content Info
Why is Ice Guardians rated Not Rated? Ice Guardians is rated Not Rated by the MPAA
Composed of interviews with some of hockey’s most famous brawlers, like Dave Semenko, Dave Schultz and George Parros, along with opinions from doctors and psychologists, ICE GUARDIANS gives “enforcers” an opportunity to reflect on the precarious nature of their position as well the challenges they faced in trying to make it to the NHL.
Footage from past hockey games show frequent depictions of players dropping the gloves and throwing punches. Some result in bloody noses and facial lacerations. On some occasions, players are knocked out. Body checking and other physical contact between players are also shown. In a clip of old hockey footage a player is shown repeatedly hitting his opponent with his hockey stick. A few bench brawls are shown. A man discusses wrapping his hands in chains and hitting inanimate objects to toughen his hands. Another player discusses the multiple surgeries he has undergone to fix broken bones. Other players talk about their former injuries.
Sexual Content: A
The film contains at least a half dozen extreme sexual expletives used in a non-sexual context along with about a dozen uses of scatological slang and terms of Deity, and a crude sexual expression.
Alcohol / Drug Use: B+
One player discusses his past addiction with drugs and alcohol and its negative effect on his life. The use of addictive substances in sport is briefly addressed. Brief discussion of painkillers given to players so they can get back in the game.
Page last updated September 12, 2016
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Cast and Crew
Ice Guardians is directed by Brett Harvey and stars Dave Semenko, Dave Schultz, George Parros.