With Tommy and Kevin “honoring America”, Mike rides solo for the first time in podcast history. With the help of the Quackolytes, Mike pinpoints exactly which North Stars game the Mighty Ducks went to and answers a few Quack Questions.
Thanks again to Quackolyte Sean for his creation of NHL 94 Mighty Ducks edition.
Step by step instructions:
- Download the Gens Emulator.
- Download Sean’s Mighty Ducks version on NHL 94.
- This thread then explains how to play online. (You’ll need to download some more stuff.)
- After you’ve done all that: message us on Twitter or on Facebook or email us so we can try to figure this out together.
Mike mispoke. It was Mighty Ducks Minute No. 76, not 123. That minute came in EPISODE 123.
Thanks to @brandonmbender for figuring out the Whalers game.
Here are all the details you’d ever want to know about the game.
Charlie and Bombay dancing like weirdos at the game:
On second glance, the cutaway on Mike Modano’s goal looks exactly like Charlie’s penalty shot, not Bombay’s. Here is the net on Modano’s shot.
And the net on Charlie’s shot.
Same net and backgrounds, different corners.
Overtime’s were still five minutes back in 1992.
Thanks to @Stevieyanks for the #QuackQuestion.
This is Marcus Dupree.
Thanks to @AbsoluteGunk for the #QuackQuestion.
@QuackAttackPod Who would you rather have on a hockey team The Bash Brothers or The Hanson Brothers from Slap Shot? #TheQuackQuestion
— AbsoluteGunk (@AbsoluteGunk) May 28, 2018
The Hanson brothers were not real people. They were based off the Carlson brothers, who were indeed real.