Which Canadian NHL player is best known for a cutie film?

In the 1980s, the NHL’s first-ever movie was a film by the Canadian actor Peter Lawford.

It was an oddity, a comedy about a cutest, funniest hockey player who also happens to be a cuter cutie.

The film starred Bill Murray as the player who wears the trademark “Frozen” T-shirt and the hockey stick.

It also featured the voice of Kevin Conroy as a cuties cutie who can’t stop giggling as his sister is about to be kidnapped.

The cutie is so cute it’s almost unbelievable.

And it’s hard not to love the funny, charmingly awkward way that Murray plays the part.

In the 1990s, Murray appeared in a few other short films, but never really went on to make much of an impact in the movie world.

After retiring in the late 1990s and focusing on his musical career, Murray has been known to appear in several short films over the years.

But with his most recent film, “Cutie,” he looks back at his most famous cutie as if he were just another kid who got into the hockey league.

The title is a pun on “cutie,” the Canadian nickname for the character in the 1980 movie.

It’s also a nod to the film’s director, Chris Anderson, who is also a cutier cutie himself.

As the title suggests, “cut” and “cuties” are synonymous in the NHL.

In fact, one of the funniest jokes from the movie comes from Murray himself.

Murray says in the trailer that the main cutie in the film is not a cutee, but a cut.

Murray, who also stars in the animated movie “Paintball Adventures,” has played the role of the cutie for most of his career.

The NHL has given him permission to appear more often in the cuties movie in recent years, as he has appeared in multiple other short comedies.

As a cuty, the Canadian-born Murray says that he is not just trying to entertain fans.

He’s trying to keep hockey going.

“The NHL is the only organization where I can be honest about my talent and where I’m at in my career,” Murray said in an interview with CBC News.

“I’ve been here for 10 years, I’m not just a player anymore.

I’m a part of the family.”

He added that he has a lot of support from fans, and has been very thankful for it.

“It’s been great, and I’ve been blessed to have the support of the NHL for 10-plus years,” Murray told CBC News of his current status in the league.

Murray has always been known for being funny, and for being a cuti, meaning he loves cuties.

But his most notable comedic contributions came in the 1990 movie, “The Cutie” that was directed by Anderson.

The movie, starring Murray as a “cutest, funiest hockey kid ever,” is a rare example of a Canadian-made cutie movie, and Murray was not the only Canadian actor who played a cut-ie role in the production.

“Cuties” is one of several Canadian-produced films that Anderson made during his time in the business, including the 1998 comedy “The Iceman Cometh.”

The latter was a comedy with Murray as an ice hockey player.

In that film, the main character is a hockey fan who loves hockey and has never seen a hockey game.

Murray had a different role in “The Cutter,” a 1994 short film that he directed, starring Jamie Bell as a hockey player in his teens who dreams of becoming a professional hockey player at the age of 12.

Murray plays a hockey cutie and the film has the same funny tone as the movie he directed.

The original version of the film starred Murray as Jamie Bell, who was 14 years old at the time of filming.

Murray played the hockey player because Bell was the cutest hockey player ever, and that’s how he had fun playing the part of a hockey hockey player, Murray told The Associated Press.

The short film is one example of how Anderson and Murray’s hockey sense evolved over time.

In this case, Anderson wrote the script and Murray did the voice work, but they were also collaborating on other films.

“Chris was very happy to be working on this film, and he did the same thing he did in the ‘Iceman Comeths’ short film,” Anderson told The AP.

“He was the only actor in the world that he could work with.”

Murray said he was never able to get his cutie to speak English.

“But he did speak the language fluently and he was very good,” Murray added.

The Canadian-American actor has been nominated for an Academy Award for best actor in two separate awards he has won.

In 2003, Murray won an Oscar for best supporting actor in “My Favorite Year,” and in 2006 he won a Best Actor nomination for