Mike, Tommy, and Kevin are back discussing the Mighty Ducks novelizations. The D2 version is so good it had to be split into two different podcasts. In part one they discover a feud over Connie between Guy Germaine and Luis Mendoza. Elsewhere Portman loses his Nirvana tape.
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We talked about the novelization of D1 in Episode 151.
Did Bombay pass out from his knee injury?
Hans’ has removed Jan’s name from the sport shop:
Winnipeg has a population of 705,000 people according to Wikipedia, the smallest of any city with an NHL team.
A sampling of other movies Jordan Horowitz has adapted into novels: Free Willy, Tom and Jerry: The Movie, Free Willy 2, Heavyweights
Duck call to Jesse and Brendan for correctly identifying the book series Kevin was talking about last episode. It was the Screech Owls series by Roy MacGregor.
If you want to read the novelizations, go to queertet.net.
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Thanks to @colinm82 for the #QuackQuestion.
@QuackAttackPod what was going in Minnesota in the 90s? Truly a breeding ground for unconventional coaching, tactics, and leadership. Gordon Bombay with the Ducks, Billy Haywood with the Twins. Did their success inspire a Jesse Ventura for Governor victory? #quackquestion
— Colin (@colinm82) February 27, 2018
Little Big League came out in 1994. It has a scorching 33 percent on Rotten Tomatoes. Jesse Ventura made became Governor in 1999.
The Wizard came out in 1989. It has an even hotter 26 percent on Rotten Tomatoes.