Apparently, the Mighty Ducks have some difficulty adjusting to the rigorous training regime under the supervision of former NHL player Colin Cole (Duhamel). While Alex talks about the fun spirit of hockey and keeping the kids spirits up, Cole aims to create sports machines tuned to be able to slide like the wind and drill. Hockey balls straight into the goal. That makes for some interesting mismatches, especially when it comes to the hilarious Maxwell Simkins as Nick, Evan’s friend who can’t cope with no pizza and a run in the woods.
Without a doubt, Cole and Alex will end up teaching each other something about hockey and life, and the kids will step up to their next challenge without losing their hilarious identities in this progress. But that will be how they get there that will hopefully make the series another entertaining movie.
The only problem is the unfortunate absence of Emilio Estevez as Gordon Bombay. Sadly, the franchise star allegedly refused to comply with COVID-19 vaccination policies, so he was left on the bench this season. Interestingly enough, when Duhamel was cast in the second season of “Game Changers”, it was said that he would replace Estevez, but this feels like Duhamel will always take on the role, regardless of Estevez’s ambitions. family or not. So what we might be missing instead is Bombay clashing with Cole along with Alex.
Even without Gordon Bombay, it feels like we’re having a second season following in the footsteps of “D2: The Mighty Ducks.”
https://www.slashfilm.com/990561/the-mighty-ducks-game-changers-season-2-trailer-the-team-heads-off-to-summer-hockey-camp/ Team prepares to summer hockey camp