Corrected entry: Young Gordon misses the shot that would have won the game, but the game would have needed to be tied for that to be the case. Goalie skates off with his hands up and the game is over, so that means the shot he missed would have been to tie the game.
Corrected entry: On the last goal on the penalty shot the ref allows the coach to let any player on the team to take the shot. While this was great for the script, hockey rules state that only players who are on the ice at the time of the penalty are eligible to take the penalty shot.
Corrected entry: At the end of the movie, Charlie goes to take his penalty shot and goes around the puck three times. In the rules you must touch the puck within a 5 second time period or the shot is forfited.
Corrected entry: I don't see how any referee in his right mind would let players in a shootout, not wear a helmet.
Corrected entry: When Bombay is in the limo on the ice the first time after he tells district 5 to practice he is on the car phone. Pay attention to the cord when all the kids come in. It's not connected to anything.
Corrected entry: When discussing the boundary lines on which teams the players are eligible to play with, it comes apparent Adam Banks should have played for District-5/Ducks instead of the Hawks. This means the Hawks have played an ineligible player all season and should have forfeited all their games to that date. (00:56:00)
Corrected entry: At the end when one of the Hawks cross-checks Adam Banks from behind. He only receives a two minute penalty. The player should have received a five-minute major and game misconduct, or a match, because an injury resulted from the play.
Corrected entry: When Bombay asks Fulton to "Do it again" after shooting the puck, the first window he broke is fixed.
Corrected entry: In the championship game, Adam Banks scored a goal after being cross-checked by a Hawk. This sequence of events does not result in a power play, as depicted by the movie. When a penalty is called, the ref will refrain from blowing his whistle if the team that did not commit the penalty still has control of the puck. If the team scores during that time, the penalty is nullified.
Corrected entry: The flying V is 15 feet offside.