Continuity mistake: None of the games in Goon were played in Manitoba, but every rink has Manitoba Liquor Commission advertising on the boards. In the game played in Quebec the advertising on the boards disappears in the zoomed out camera shots and you can see the MTS Centre logo on the scoreboard.

Continuity mistake: When Doug is suiting up for his first game for the Highlanders, the whole team is putting on their road (white) hockey socks, but after Xavier Laflamme enters the room, the whole team is wearing their purple (home) socks.

Continuity mistake: In the first game Doug plays for the Highlanders, after the opposing team scores after an implied lengthy time, there is a shot of the scoreboard. The only problem is, the scoreboard is shown to be counting down from the very beginning of the game.

More mistakes in Goon

Ross Rhea: So Huntsie I was wondering. How long does it take you to get your hair like that?
Huntington: About four hours.
Ross Rhea: It's nice. Somebody thinks you look like Stevie Wonder on steroids, but I like it.
Huntington: Fuck you.
Ross Rhea: Ooh! Look at that face pussy that rookie gave you. Come on.

Eva: I did it. I broke up with him.
Doug Glatt: Holy shit.
Eva: I don't even know what the fuck I'm.
Doug Glatt: Hey, come on. From what I saw from him he seemed like a really nice guy.
Eva: I'm just not in love with him.
Doug Glatt: You're not?
Eva: No. You. You make me want to stop sleeping with a bunch of guys.
Doug Glatt: That's the nicest thing anybody's ever said to me.

Doug Glatt: I'm stupid, he's gay... we're stupidgay.

More quotes from Goon

Question: In the game where Doug Glatt makes a dive and the puck hits him in the face. Around that time we see someone step on his ankle with their skate which would have caused some pain, but we see after the game in some pub, Glatt walking around normally. Even with major painkillers, shouldn't he still be limping?


Chosen answer: Not necessarily. It would depend on the level of the injury and how much time had passed. It may be that it initially hurt a lot, but after treatment, being wrapped, and prescribed pain killers he could walk fairly normally.

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