D3: The Mighty Ducks

Corrected entry: When Charlie and Fulton are pondering their hockey future, Charlie says they can continue playing locally, and when they turn 17 they can go to Canada and play juniors. Eligibility for Canadian Major-Juniors starts at 16.

Correction: The only Canadian league that is 16 is OHL. WHL and QMJHL are both 17. And when this movie was made all 3 were 17 at the time.

Corrected entry: Notice the main 'villain' in the movie, (the Warriors Captain) Tom Riley, has the same last name (but different spelling) as Gordon's old peewee coach Jack Reily, the main 'villain' in the first movie.

Correction: This is more coincidence than trivia considering. a)The names are spelt different. b) Riley in D3 is a captian, Riley in Champions/Mighty Ducks is a coach. and c) the surname is reasonably common.

GameBlade

Corrected entry: When Charlie and Goldberg are out of control towards the bridge, they jump it and rejoin the group, but there is no bridge in sight.

Toolio

Correction: When they jump off the bridge they turn to the right and join the rest of the group. You see the bridge is to the right of them after they land on the road.

shkynh

Corrected entry: Guy gets hurt during the JV/Varsity game. You see him later when the Ducks have to skate with two men down. He couldn't be playing since he had to be helped off the rink by medics.

shkynh

Correction: The immediate pain of the injury make him incapable of leaving the rink on his own, but once that ebbed away, he felt well enough to play again.

Phixius

Corrected entry: In the last game against the varsity team, Fulton Reed is the only Duck player with his first name on the back of his jersey.

Kimberly Fox

Correction: This mistake has already been corrected, since it is very possible, and does happen in places like the MLB, for someone to have their first name instead of their last.

Corrected entry: When the Varsity's captain Riley says "We're gonna destroy you guys" you can see that his lips don't even move.

Correction: That's because it wasn't Riley who said it. It was Cole. If you pay attention to the voice, you can tell it's not Riley's.

Corrected entry: Even though no one knew Portman was coming back, they already have a jersey, with his name on it, waiting for him.

Correction: The school signed up the entire team at the beginning, then Portman decided not to come. It is likely they would have ordered the jersey ahead of time. They might have even ordered one after in case he changed his mind.

Corrected entry: During the first Iceland versus Ducks game, you can see that Iceland's uniforms actually read "Island".

Correction: Island is Icelantic for Iceland. It only makes sense that their uniforms would say that.

Corrected entry: When Portman was sent to the penalty box and he does his striptease, he should've been assesed with a 10 minute or a game misconduct for carrying on and showing up the referee.

Correction: Since his 2-minute penalty kept him out of the rest of the game anyway, the referee might have decided it was unnecessary and time-wasting to add a further penalty.

Shay

Corrected entry: What happened to the tattoo Portman had in D2?

Correction: Maybe it was henna? It's never determined if it's real or fake.

Shay

Corrected entry: One of the Bash Brothers is Fulton Reed. Reed is his last name and should therefore be the name on his jersey (as it was in the first two movies). In this movie, though, his jersey says Fulton, not Reed. Also, whenever anyone calls out the players' names, they say everyone else's last name, but here again they call him Fulton, not Reed.

Correction: True, but some players choose to use their first name instead of their last. MLB star Ichiro Suzuki (Seattle Mariners) is called Ichiro and not by his last name. Even his jersey says Ichiro. Fulton chose to use his first name on his jersey instead.

Corrected entry: In their first practice, Luis Mendoza is shown to be unable to stop skating after starting. However, he learned how to stop in "D2: The Mighty Ducks."

Correction: Yes, but Goldberg was also a MUCH better goalie. But since none of them practiced, he lost his skills in saving, just like Luis lost his very new skills in stopping.

Corrected entry: Hockey glass is made out of strong plastic not glass, so Cole couldn't break the "glass" in the last period of the big game.

Correction: This plastic can still be broken by shots and hits. Hockey glass breaks all the time and it is refered to as the glass even though it is plastic.

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