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 »
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 »
While showing the Ducks touch the ice in memory of Hans, you can see #21 skate by. 21 is Dean Portman's number, though he doesn't show up until after the 2nd period of the game. See more »
[to the board]
You know why I'm so good? Because I had a good education, you gave it to me. And you're going to give it to these kids.
He *is* good.
Just getting started.
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This was an OK sequel to the Mighty Ducks trilogy, as the team gets sent to an exclusive prep school, loaded with scholarships, and winds up with a new coach as Bombay gets a "promotion" of sorts. The new one starts off like Bombay did, and it will remind you a bit of they way they did in the first movie, except this guy is tougher. I will admit that this movie is not quite as good as the other Mighty Ducks movies, but it does has its moments, like the restaurant scene, the pranks scenes, and the hockey scenes. It is passable and harmless entertainment. You might like it.
** 1/2 out of ****
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