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Another Disney underdog sports team of misfit kids (soccer this time) learns to play a new sport and become champions, while building self-esteem, making friends and solving a variety of ... See full summary »
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Gordon Bombay is forced to withdraw from the minor hockey league with a knee injury. Much to his surprise, he is given the job of coach of Team USA Hockey for the Junior Goodwill Games in ... See full summary »
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In the third episode of this series, the Ducks get scholarships to Eden Hall Academy, a high ranking prep school. But as freshmen, they will have to face the snob varsity team... Written by
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The principal from the original movie has a cameo as a teacher who gives multiple test a week. See more »
After the coach yells at the Ducks for playing the varsity, Charlie and Fulton skate off the ice on the back of Fulton's jersey says "Fulton" when it should be "Reed." (In the first movie, he is listed as Reed, in D2 in Team USA Jerseys he is listed as Reed, however in the USA Ducks jerseys, he is listed as Fulton.) See more »
Let's go! Get over here! Take a knee. You guys are not skating like Warriors. You look like something else. You look like Ducks.
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Written by Andy Creeggan, Jim Creeggan, Steven Page, Ed Robertson, and Tyler Stewart
Performed by Barenaked Ladies
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Well, looks as if the gang is off into a new-adventure into a highly uptight high-school on an athletic scholarship. That was about my biggest turn-off right now. The fact that it was a bunch of preps just dealing it out on the ice, giving out some hard-knock schooling on the ice.
The fact is, most of the original characters apparently no longer exist, and that is probably a major downfall. The plot wasn't the greatest plot of all-although it does show actual realistic details, such as the treatment of new freshman on the campus. The pranks that these the varsity and junior varsity teams pull are completely ridiculous, and most likely, wouldn't be found in such a highly scholar school.
The coach was a complete loser, and that is completely impossible that one man can change or mature within a small time of frame.
Another turning point is that there is no-mention of Han's companion (who went back to the Old Country in D2) but, Han's dies. This is a very upsetting time, and does take the comedy effect off of the Mighty Ducks series which appeared to be the main reason for the creation of the series to begin with.
As Theodore Taylor once told Gary Paulson, Never create a prequel or following up to an excellent work, they usually end up with a foul feeling in the audience, and it can really ruin ones career. This same advice goes for the director (Robert Lieberman).
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