A family drama that acts as a follow-up to the 1992 Disney film.
In Minnesota, the Mighty Ducks youth hockey club has evolved from scrappy underdogs to a formidable contender. After 12-year-old Evan Morrow is cut from the team, he and his mom decide to create their own team of misfits to challenge the cutthroat culture of today’s youth sports where winning is everything. With the help of the Mighty Ducks' original coach, Gordon Bombay, this new squad rediscovers the joys of playing for love of the game.
05/06/23 at 02:11am
Oh Sammi if those two things were EVEN a little bit close to Escher you’re comment might make a smidge of sense but they aren’t.. at all, I’m the simplest terms one is mass public health the other is personal health.. and that’s just me trying to dumb it down as much as possible
09/28/22 at 06:00pm
@ Aethn and it's funny because the same people who were spitting off the "Take the Vaccine, Take the Vaccine" are the same ones who are now spitting out the "Our bodies, Our choice" for abortion.
09/28/22 at 09:47am
They removed Emilio Estevez from the show because he could not get a Covid Vaccine due to serious risk to his health from another illness he has. Today, it is proven that the shot is NOT the end all be all and everyone fired over it was thrown under the bus for politics reasons only. I thought this was the BEST show of the year during Season 1 --- I will NEVER watch it again because of the way Disney fucked over Emilio, and I urge everyone else to do the same.
09/28/22 at 03:14am
I can't even remember the original film since it was eons ago. I'd watch an episode or two of this if I got D+.
07/04/21 at 11:43am
Good clean entertainment, for those of us old enough to remember the films some great nods to the past, and for the younger viewers just good entertainment. Emilio has aged better than some of the original kids, and his natural humour still shines through. I am hoping for another season and to be released on dvd.