Mike, Tommy and Kevin welcome Mighty Ducks technical advisor and hockey trainer Jack White to the podcast. Jack shares a number of stories about training the actors, what he remembers about the original Adam Banks getting kicked off the film, how he became an actor in all three films, and more.
Paul Michael Glaser in all his glory:
Eric Strobel, for those who aren’t familiar with him. The original Adam Banks fired a puck at his chest.
Touch and Go is a story about an ice hockey star who befriends a troubled kid and his mother after the kid’s gang tried to rob him.
The plot synopsis for H-E Double Hockey Sticks, taken straight from IMDB: “Griffelkin, a young devil-in-training is sent to the surface of Earth to steal the soul of Dave, a hot shot pro-hockey player aspiring to be the youngest man to win the Stanley Cup.”
Thanks to @ak2themax for the #QuackQuestion.
Here are some pictures Jack sent us:
(A team picture with the new members from D2 donning the D-5 jerseys)
(Jack with the actor who played a young Gordon Bombay)
(Jack, middle, with his ref buddies. Notice that they’re in the Cardinals’ rink)
(On set D1)
(On location: D1)
(Jack teaching Luis Mendoza how to stop)
(Jack with J.D. Daniels, who played Peter Mark)
(Jack’s daughter Brooke working as a double for Marguerite Moreau)
(Josh Jackson, Jackson’s double Scott, and Brooke White)
(All in the midst of filming the rollerblading trek in D2)
(The moment Jack talked about in the podcast, with his son P.J. kneeling down next to Gordon Bombay after Bombay hurt his knee)
(Wayne Gretzky with the whole crew)
(Jack with some skaters while working on D2)
(Publicity shots for D2)
(Jack playing in a celebrity game with Gordie Howe)
(Jack with the actor D.B. Sweeney. The two worked together on The Cutting Edge (1999). Jack said D.B. Sweeney was a pretty good hockey player)
(From some work Jack did with the Roseanne Show)
(Jack pulling Michael J. Fox away from a fight in The Iceman Hummeth)
Video of The Iceman Hummeth: