[[Film/TheMightyDucks The Films]]:

* CounterpartComparison: Subverted. Russ goes from arguing with Jesse in the second movie to using his term "cake eater" in the third. No one makes light of this, although the issue of roster slots had come up before. This might explain Jesse's absence.
** Fulton, the tough guy with the nearly-unbeatable slapshot, is also the first one to exclaim over Russ' knucklepuck.
* CrowningMusicOfAwesome: Music/{{Queen}}'s "We Are the Champions" at the end of D2.
* EvenBetterSequel: Specifically, D2. The increase in violence disturbed parents, though.
* FridgeBrilliance: Bombay stealing Adam from the Hawks seems like a real {{jerkass}} move that [[BrokenAesop goes against the spirit of the film]]. However if you look at the apparent similarities between Adam and young Gordon (sensitive, upper class, a Hawk, very talented, Reilly's protegee,) it looks like Gordon may really be trying to protect Adam from Reilly. He feels that his old coach ruined him and may be starting to do the same thing to Adam.
* HilariousInHindsight: Creator/EmilioEstevez's character is obsessed with winning in the first film. Nearly twenty years later, his brother Creator/CharlieSheen began using "Winning" as one of his catch phrases.
* MoralEventHorizon: Riley, the Hawks' Coach having one of his players check Adam Banks (who had been playing for him until a few weeks ago and was only a Duck because Bombay took advantage of a Change in the District boundaries to have him play for his team) into the net so hard that he had to leave the game due to injury.
** He drove the kid's neck into the post! He could've been paralyzed, for cripe's sake. It's amazing Gordon didn't try and sue Riley for that. Oh yeah, and apparently the Hawk player has ''a name for this maneuver''. What the hell, adults?
*** The fact that the coach was never seen nor heard from since the first movie is a sign that he faced some kind of repercussion for his actions in the first movie.
* RetroactiveRecognition: Charlie was played by Creator/JoshuaJackson, who went on to ''Series/DawsonsCreek'' and ''Series/{{Fringe}}''.
* {{Sequelitis}}: D3.
* ToyShip: Connie and Guy.
* TheWoobie: Bombay, believe it or not. Missing a penalty shot to lose the district championships as a child costs him his passion for the game, although he's very skilled. He makes a comeback as an adult, tears up the minors and seems to be on the fast track to the [[UsefulNotes/NationalHockeyLeague NHL]] when a cheap shot to the knee by a frustrated opponent ends his career for good.

[[WesternAnimation/TheMightyDucks The Animated Series]]:

* ChaoticGood [[GoodIsNotNice Is Not Nice]]: Mallory has no trouble with collateral damage during a mission as long she completes it.
* CrowningMusicOfAwesome: That theme song. Dear ''God'', that theme song.
-->''Here come the Mighty Ducks, burnin' up the ice!''\\
''Just try and stop the Mighty Ducks, and you're gonna pay the price!''\\
''Here come the Mighty Ducks, fightin' for the gold!''\\
''Let's hear it for the Mighty Ducks: Time to rock n' roll!''
* EarWorm: The ThemeSong.
** Its resemblance to a sports team anthem doesn't help.
* EnsembleDarkhorse: Ask the fanbase about their favorite character. Duke, Nosedive and Mallory are the usual answers.
** EvilIsSexy: Lucretia Decoy also has a nice fanbase for this very reason.
* HamAndCheese: You have Creator/TimCurry as the BigBad and Creator/TonyJay as one of his henchmen. What more needs to be said?
* {{Hatedom}}: Many seem to loathe the show outright, and enjoy making fun of it simply for starring anthropomorphic ducks from space.
* {{Narm}} / NarmCharm
* SoBadItsGood: In a weird way, you can't ''not'' love that premise.
* TearJerker: The DisneyDeath of Canard Thunderbeak was very shocking for the little kids of the '90s who weren't used to that sort of thing from a Saturday Morning cartoon.
** Also the fact that Chameleon took advantage of it being a DisneyDeath to trick Wildwing later on, pretending to be Canard. Ouch.