Mike, Tommy and Kevin take a look at Gordon Bombay’s realistic chances of cracking an NHL roster at age 29 (or older). It requires an in-depth look into Bombay’s injury, his questionable recovery and the time range between his injury and the start of the Junior Goodwill Games.
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Thanks to @dannyhockey12 for the #QuackQuestion.
Not impossible but definitely rare for a 29 or 30 year old to make the NHL #quackquestion https://t.co/yHnWo6RdhT
— Dan R (@DannyHockey12) November 29, 2018
It’s a bit tough to see but this USA TODAY cover from after the Trinidad and Tobago game says Tuesday March 1, 1994:
The weather when Bombay returns to Minneapolis. It’s rainy:
The full quote from the announcer on Bombay being “one step away from the NHL”:
“What a story this is. He went from a legal career to coach the Minneapolis Mighty Ducks to a state peewee championship last year. And this year, at age 29, he’s one short step away from the NHL.”
Fred McGriff in the Tom Emanski video:
Mike THINKS the 30 for 30 on the Little League team is called “Little Big Men.”
The Rookie is Certified Fresh on Rotten Tomatoes with an 84 percent.
Thanks to @prayformilan for the #QuackQuestion:
Die Hard aficionados strongly believe that the film is a Christmas movie, and Steven E. de Souza (one of the writers) confirmed this. Shouldn’t Quackalytes fight for Mighty Ducks to be considered a Christmas film as well? @QuackAttackPod #quackquestion #quackquestionoftheyear
— Nikolas Makaratzis (@PrayForMilan) December 15, 2018
The kiss at the winter ice festival that created this controversy:
Mr. Deeds has a 22 percent on Rotten Tomatoes.
Blank Check has an 11 percent.
Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me is our leader at 54 percent.
Batman & Robin brings up the rear at 10 percent.