In this fantastic sequel, the hockey team of the 90s is back and ready to take on any and all challengers in D2: The Mighty Ducks. This blockbuster starts shortly after the Ducks' triumphant win over the Hawks, with Coach Bombay playing semi-professional hockey. After an injury puts a pause on his dreams of playing in the NHL, he returns home only to be asked to coach Team USA in the Goodwill Games (think the Junior Olympics). He re-assembles the Ducks and with a few new fun characters, they dominate the games. But they find themselves with an even tougher rival this time around, Team Iceland! I don't want to give away the ending, but you're in for the ride of a lifetime with this movie. Goofy, nostalgic 90s fun all throughout this movie with the return of great characters and the additional characters add even more pizzazz to the mix. Go Ducks!
In this sequel to the kid-friendly sports comedy The Mighty Ducks, Gordon Bombay (Emilio Estevez) takes one more shot at a career as a professional hockey player, but a severe knee injury sidelines him for good. However, his success coaching a rag-tag pee-wee hockey team in Minneapolis (as chronicled in the first film) has attracted the attention of a major sportswear firm, which hires him to coach the United States team for the Junior Goodwill Games. Gordon reassembles most of the Mighty Ducks along with several new players, including a huge bully who is great on defense (if low on social skills), a figure skater who knows how to move on the ice, and a hotshot goalie who happens to be a girl. However, the excitement of a trip to Los Angeles and a large dose of overconfidence puts the team at a severe disadvantage when they're pitted against the top-ranked Icelandic team. D2: The Mighty Ducks features cameo appearances from hockey legend Wayne Gretzky, champion figure skater Kristi Yamaguchi, and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, whose athletic career has never involved ice skating. Mark Deming, Rovi