History YMMV / TheMightyDucks

9th Jun '16 11:20:13 PM Boman803
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** Even Wolf Stansson, Team Iceland's coach isn't that much of a villain. He's just a damn good coach who did everything he could to make sure his boys were ready to take on the world. Yeah, he was an arrogant {{Jerkass}} that talked alot of trash but could be translated as him being confident in his team. And just like his team, Stansson, after losing the big game to Ducks at the end, was humble enough to good and shake Gordon's hand afterwards and congratulate him on the win.

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** Even Wolf Stansson, Team Iceland's coach isn't that much of a villain. He's just a damn good coach who did everything he could to make sure his boys were ready to take on the world. Yeah, he was an arrogant {{Jerkass}} that talked alot of trash but could be translated as him being confident in his team. And just like his team, Stansson, after losing the big game to Ducks at the end, was humble enough to good and shake Gordon's hand afterwards and congratulate him on the win.
9th Jun '16 11:17:29 PM Boman803
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* DesignatedVillain: Of three rival teams the Ducks had to overcome in the trilogy, Team Iceland is the dickish to them. Unlike the Hawks and the Varsity team, we never see the Duck interact with the Iceland players off the ice. True that the Iceland players were anything but nice to the Ducks during the games but then again, they're playing hockey. Aggression is all apart of the game and even their taunting could be viewed as their competitive nature shining through. The one thing that cements Team Iceland's status in this trope is that fact that they are the only team to have the decentcy to go back on the ice and congratulate the Ducks on a game well played.

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* DesignatedVillain: Of the three rival teams the Ducks had to overcome in the trilogy, Team Iceland is the least dickish to them. Unlike the Hawks and the Varsity team, we never see the Duck interact with the Iceland players off the ice. True that the Iceland players were anything but nice to the Ducks during the games but then again, they're playing hockey. Aggression is all apart of the game and even their taunting could be viewed as their competitive nature shining through. The one thing that cements Team Iceland's status in this trope is that fact that they are the only team to have the decentcy to go back on the ice and congratulate the Ducks on a game well played.
29th May '16 2:32:54 PM worldbreaker
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* HoYay: Averman appeared a little too into seeing Dean stripteasing while in the penalty box in D3.
29th May '16 2:30:09 PM worldbreaker
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* DesignatedHeroes: The Mighty Ducks have usually been considered the lovable underdogs in parts I & II of the trilogy but come part III they were dangerously close to losing the lovable aspect. Granted the Varsity were dicks to The Ducks but when one of them became a member of the opposing team he became a victim to The Duck's pranks without any provocation from their former team member. And when The Ducks failed to meet the academy's standards they had to use Bombay to bully their way into staying at the school. And it wasn't like the school itself was purposely trying to sabotage them either.

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* DesignatedHeroes: DesignatedHero: The Mighty Ducks have usually been considered the lovable underdogs in parts I & II of the trilogy but come part III they were dangerously close to losing the lovable aspect. Granted the Varsity were dicks to The Ducks but when one of them became a member of the opposing team he became a victim to The Duck's pranks without any provocation from their former team member. And when The Ducks failed to meet the academy's standards they had to use Bombay to bully their way into staying at the school. And it wasn't like the school itself was purposely trying to sabotage them either.
29th May '16 2:29:53 PM worldbreaker
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* DesignatedHeroes: The Mighty Ducks have usually been considered the lovable underdogs in parts I & II of the trilogy but come part III they were dangerously close to losing the lovable aspect. Granted the Varsity were dicks to The Ducks but when one of them became a member of the opposing team he became a victim to The Duck's pranks without any provocation from their former team member. And when The Ducks failed to meet the academy's standards they had to use Bombay to bully their way into staying at the school. And it wasn't like the school itself was purposely trying to sabotage them either.
29th May '16 2:22:35 PM worldbreaker
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*** Sportsmanship aside it was still a dick move on Stanssons part to clip Gordon's injured leg the moment he was on the losing end of their one on one contest.
19th May '16 9:57:01 PM Boman803
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* Even Wolf Stansson, Team Iceland's coach isn't that much of a villain. He's just a damn good coach who did everything he could to make sure his boys were ready to take on the world. Yeah, he was an arrogant {{Jerkass}} that talked alot of trash but could be translated as him being confident in his team. And just like his team, Stansson, after losing the big game to Ducks at the end, was humble enough to good and shake Gordon's hand afterwards and congratulate him on the win.

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* ** Even Wolf Stansson, Team Iceland's coach isn't that much of a villain. He's just a damn good coach who did everything he could to make sure his boys were ready to take on the world. Yeah, he was an arrogant {{Jerkass}} that talked alot of trash but could be translated as him being confident in his team. And just like his team, Stansson, after losing the big game to Ducks at the end, was humble enough to good and shake Gordon's hand afterwards and congratulate him on the win.
19th May '16 9:56:30 PM Boman803
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* DesignatedVillains: Of three rival teams the Ducks had to overcome in the trilogy, Team Iceland is the dickish to them. Unlike the Hawks and the Varsity team, we never see the Duck interact with the Iceland players off the ice. True that the Iceland players were anything but nice to the Ducks during the games but then again, they're playing hockey. Aggression is all apart of the game and even their taunting could be viewed as their competitive nature shining through. The one thing that cements Team Iceland's status in this trope is that fact that they are the only team to have the decentcy to go back on the ice and congratulate the Ducks on a game well played.

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* DesignatedVillains: DesignatedVillain: Of three rival teams the Ducks had to overcome in the trilogy, Team Iceland is the dickish to them. Unlike the Hawks and the Varsity team, we never see the Duck interact with the Iceland players off the ice. True that the Iceland players were anything but nice to the Ducks during the games but then again, they're playing hockey. Aggression is all apart of the game and even their taunting could be viewed as their competitive nature shining through. The one thing that cements Team Iceland's status in this trope is that fact that they are the only team to have the decentcy to go back on the ice and congratulate the Ducks on a game well played.
19th May '16 9:55:33 PM Boman803
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* DesignatedVillains: Of three rival teams the Ducks had to overcome in the trilogy, Team Iceland is the dickish to them. Unlike the Hawks and the Varsity team, we never see the Duck interact with the Iceland players off the ice. True that the Iceland players were anything but nice to the Ducks during the games but then again, they're playing hockey. Aggression is all apart of the game and even their taunting could be viewed as their competitive nature shining through. The one thing that cements Team Iceland's status in this trope is that fact that they are the only team to have the decentcy to go back on the ice and congratulate the Ducks on a game well played.
* Even Wolf Stansson, Team Iceland's coach isn't that much of a villain. He's just a damn good coach who did everything he could to make sure his boys were ready to take on the world. Yeah, he was an arrogant {{Jerkass}} that talked alot of trash but could be translated as him being confident in his team. And just like his team, Stansson, after losing the big game to Ducks at the end, was humble enough to good and shake Gordon's hand afterwards and congratulate him on the win.
20th Feb '16 5:46:27 AM CaptainTedium
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* {{Hatedom}}: Many seem to loathe the show outright, and enjoy making fun of it simply for starring anthropomorphic ducks from space.
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