Trivia: The Mighty Ducks


The Animated Series

The Film Series

  • The Danza: Marguerite Moreau playing Connie Moreau.
  • Defictionalization: The NHL franchise. Though when they ditched the uniforms from D2 and the "Mighty" part, they became a respectable franchise and even won The Stanley Cup.
  • Deleted Scenes: At least two in the first sequel. The first took place after Team USA follows Bombay on the golf cart roller blading. Portman and Fulton begin to bond, Coach Bombay and Ms. McKay get to know each other, and the scene ends with Fulton, Guy, and Jesse crashing the golf cart. The second involved the team members who didn't go to Rodeo Drive getting into a brawl with the Iceland team while hanging out at the beach.
  • Hey, It's That Guy!: Charlie is played by Pacey, and Gordon is Charlie Sheen's brother.
    • More importantly, Charlie is a young Peter Bishop. Walter should show up any time...
    • And who can forget Kenan Thompson (his voice sounds higher and he's not as chubby as he is now, but it is him)? On the season 40 Saturday Night Live Mother's Day episode hosted by Reese Witherspoon, they showed a clip of all the cast members as children in a collection of home movies. Since Kenan has been acting in movies and TV since he was young, his "home movie" was a clip from this movie.
    • Tommy Duncan would also later be in All That.
    • Three of the Ducks would appear in Heavyweights between installments.
    • Michelle McKay is Detective Alex Eames.
    • Luiz Mendoza is Benny Rodriguez, pairing him with Sandlot teammate Kenny DeNunez, who is Jesse Hall in Ducks gear.
    • A far more obscure one, but Carsten Norgaard, the Iceland coach from D2, was a minor celebrity in Ireland for years afterward due to being the star of a long-running ad campaign for Statoil.
    • Ted Orion is Jake Manning and Larry Moss.
    • Fulton takes a page from Bombay's book and grows up to become a lawyer.
  • Hey, It's That Voice!: The play-by-play announcer in the first two films is long-time Los Angeles Kings television announcer Bob Miller.
  • Money, Dear Boy: Emilio Estevez agreed to reprise his role in the third film in exchange for a directorial job he had been angling for.