All Scott has wanted since a child was to represent his favorite hockey team, but after a couple of seasons toiling away as a second string he's traded away unceremoniously. At first it hurts, but he vows to play well enough to make them regret ever letting him go.
He's welcomed at his new team by Mark, the personal trainer, and the two of them form an instant bond. Scott is unable to deny the attraction he feels, even though exploring it could jeopardize his standing among his new team-mates. Mark is an anchor to Scott, until everything around him starts to sink.
Scott is forced to ask himself if his career is more important than his personal life. He's already lost one dream, can he afford to lose another? And when it comes time to face his former club, will he prove them right or wrong?