JT McDonald is the smallest guy on the team — but he's not letting that interfere with his plans to rule the rink this hockey season. His blades are sharp, his focus is strong and he is determined to play against the biggest team in the league, no matter what his coach says. That is until a new player joins the team — a giant new player named Eddie Bosko — and he's a right winger too, just like JT.
JT realizes his best moves look weak next to Eddie's. And to make matters worse when JT fails a math test, his mother grounds him, devastating his hockey happiness further. On the upside, while grounded, he wins a radio contest that will give him the chance to score a goal from centre line at the next Vancouver Canucks game. There's one catch: he won't be allowed to attend unless he pulls off a B on his next math test. Again his dreams seem just out of reach and he is almost ready to admit defeat.
That is until he notices that Eddie Bosko is even better at math than he is at hockey. Is it possible that JT's biggest competition is also the one who can help him achieve his hockey goals?