Mike, Tommy and Kevin track Gordon Bombay’s dealings with women through the years and try to figure out what became of his many relationships. They also try to figure out if Bombay ever left behind his playboy ways and settled down.
Mike, Tommy and Kevin track Fulton’s Reed life from street kid to Mighty Ducks stalwart. Is he the true leader of the Ducks and deserving of the ‘C’? Also, the crew gives their theories on what happened to Fulton after the Ducks left Eden Hall.
Thanks to an email from one of you, Mike, Tommy and Kevin go through the Mighty Ducks roster and determine the pro potential for each player. Does Conway do enough to get himself drafted? Can Adam Banks put himself in position to be picked No. 1 overall?
Mike, Tommy and Kevin actually do some research. They figure out what the articles written about the Ducks actually say and break them down with their journalistic eyes. They also theorize on how the media affects the Ducks’ psyche.
It’s Episode 3 which means it’s time to talk D3. Mike, Tommy and Kevin talk all about Eden Hall Academy. Is it truly a culture of excess? What’s the reason the fans turned on their varsity team in the JV/Varsity Showdown? Is Dean Buckley slimy, meek or both?
It’s Iceland week! Mike, Tommy and Kevin discuss the rise of Icelandic hockey, Wolf Stansson’s coaching, the best Iceland player not named Gunnar Stahl, the controversial Russia game that was the fall of the dynasty and more.
At certain point we got into Julie the Cat’s exploits with Scooter, the goalie from D3. Mike and Kevin thought there Julie and Scooter went beyond just a kiss on the cheek. They were wrong. Tommy was right. Here’s the only action between the two at the end of D3.
Mike, Tommy and Kevin spend the inaugural Quack Attack Podcast by discussing the merits and demerits of Gordon Bombay in D1. The movie (ahem, film) depicts him as a good guy. Is he really that, or do his interactions with the people around him show that he never shook his “win at all costs” attitude?
Here are a couple things we referenced in the pod:
The size of Hans’ Sport Shop:
“Welcome Gordon Bombay and the Ducks”:
Mike was wrong about the final player on the ice for the penalty shot. The five on the ice were Conway, Germaine, Moreau, Averman and Peter Mark, not Karp. Peter Mark and Karp are basically on the same level, so harm done. The final scene: