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The Mighty Ducks Script



...The Minnesota Pee Wee

Championship is up for grabs.



Both teams playing like there's

no tomorrow. Duluth, in the Hawks'zone,



looking for a chance to win it.

Only a few seconds remain.



There's a pass out to the blue line.

Intercepted by Gordon Bombay!



Bombay! He's got a breakaway.



Across the blue line all alone

for a chance to win the game!



He's pulled down from behind

by Fox of Duluth.



Fox definitely pulled him down

from behind and this could be -



Yes, the referee calls

for a penalty shot.



Gordon, it's up to you. I don't wanna

see any goats around after the game.



You got it?

Now, you miss this shot...



you're not just lettin' me down,

you're lettin' your team down.



Apressure situation he's in now.



The      Pee Wee State

Championship now rests...



on the little shoulders

of number   Gordon Bombay.



Gordon! Gordon!



Let's go, son!

All right!



He hit the goalpost!

What a heartbreaker!



Little Gordon Bombay

had the chance -



All my client did was attempt

to give you what you wanted!



Isn't that right?



This man put his neck

on the line for your greed.



Objection. Your Honour?



Will both counsellors

approach the bench?



What's he doing?



I don't have anything to tell you.

I just wanna make a point.



So nod like I'm saying

something important.



- Mr. Bombay?

- Gordon, what are you doing?



- Get out there and be my lawyer.

- Perfect.



This drives him nuts

and I love it.



Nice tie, Frank.

You wore that yesterday, didn't ya?



Oh, Mr. Bombay,

I'm so glad you could make it.



Please restrict yourself

to a relevant cross-examination!



Your Honour, the applicability

of societal intent...



vis-a-vis individual action

is well established.



I'm citing

Minneapolis V. Higgins.



The appellant court overruled a judge

who disallowed similar testimony.



Now, if I'm not mistaken,

that was... you.



Wasn't it,Judge Weathers?



I stand corrected, counsellor.

Objection overruled.



Oh,you really stooped

to an all-time low on this, Bombay.



I'm insulted, Frank.

You have no idea how low I can stoop.



I don't mind losing.

I would just like to lose fair.



Losing fair is still losing, Frank.

Gotta go for the "W" every time.



And what about justice?

That man should be in jail.



It was your job to put him there.

Don't take it out on me!



Next time do your job,

Frankie boy.



-    and  ! I remain undefeated.

- What about the Frazier case?



We don't count that one because

I scored with the court reporter.



- The one you said had the intelligent body?

- That's the one.



- No calls on the Duck phone?

- Not yet.



What's he waiting for?

I saw him in the back of the courtroom.



How about some kudos here, huh?



Mr. Tolbert dropped off ringside

seats for tonight's North Stars game.




Forget it!



Gordon, here's the research

for the Pearlstein Project.



- Can you get started?

- Jane!



Can't you see I'm reveling here?

Today I'm    and  !



-    and one.

- Type,Jeannie, don't speak.



Mr. Bombay's office.



Yes. It's Ducksworth.

You're right. He wants to see you.




Thank you very much, Mr. Ducksworth!



It was nothing, Mr. Ducksworth.

Quack, quack, quack, Mr. Ducksworth.



Gordon, another fine job today.



- Thank you, sir.

- Just one thing.



Score. Don't spike.



I'm not sure I understand

what you mean, sir.



This is a business.

It isn't a game.



Next time a little

restraint might be in order.



~Hey, man, get off my back

I'm doin'the best I can,yeah ~



~ You bust my neck

Cut no slack ~



- ~Forget your fellow man

Yeah yeah uh-huh ~



- Pull your vehicle over to the right, now!

- This is not good.



- ~ Hey, man, whoa yeah yeah ~

- Licence, please.



- Could you turn down the stereo?

- Sure.



I guess it was a "widdle" noisy.



A "widdle"?



Okay, I'm taking you down to precinct.

Breath, blood or urine?



No, thanks, I'm full.



Okay, out of the car. Now.



The charges against Mr. Bombay

are driving under the influence,



driving with an open container

and reckless endangerment.



And to think I almost

stayed home this morning.



I assume you're

representing yourself?



Twelve moving violations in three years?

How do you still have a licence?



Okay, let's talk business.

What am I facing?



Suspension of licence?

Fines? What?



Yes, unless the D.A.'s office will allow

you to plead guilty to lesser charges.



But that's solely

up to the prosecutor.



The city of Minneapolis does not wish

to pursue a plea bargain in this case.



- Hmm.

- Gotta go for the "W," right, Gordo?



The defendant is released

on his own recognizance.



Mr. Ducksworth.

What are you doing here?



I own the place.

How about you?



Just goin' over a few cases.

RICOH Statute stuff.



Oh, I thought you might be

researching your defence...



against D.U.I.

and reckless endangerment.



Did you think I wouldn't

find out, Gordon?



There was no reason to concern you

with it, sir. They have no case.



Frank Huddy just wants my scalp. I found

a loophole. I'm gonna plead not guilty -



Gordon, stop it.

There's not going to be a loophole.



There's not going to be a trial.

I am not going to have you drag...



this firm's good name

through the mud.



I've talked toJudge Weathers

and he has agreed to suspend your case.



- Under what conditions?

- Probation, suspension of your driver's licence...



and     hours

of community service.



And a leave of absence

from the firm.



A leave of absence?

He can't do that.



- He can't stop me from working!

- He's not. I am.



That was my condition.

Gordon, you need a break.



- You're too wrapped up in your work.

- But, sir, my work is my life.



That's just my point.

The community service will do you good.



It'll teach you compassion,

a sense of fair play, how to fit in.



- Community service? This is horrible.

- You'll get used to it.



And hopefully you'll come back

a better person and a better attorney,



which is why I'm keeping you on salary

and have arranged a driver for you.



You know, in the early '  Os I drove the

tour bus for The Grand Funk Railroad.



Man, that was the life.

Chicks, parties,



amps cranked up to about

eight jillion decibels.



All that loud music damaged my hearing,

but I got no regrets...



- except for the '  s.

- How could he do this to me?



Community service...

coaching hockey!



I found one!

I'm comin' out!



Karp,you finally found

something for once in your life.



Dumpster Dave comes through!



- What do you think?

- Lovely, Karp, it goes with your eyes.



- You gonna take that from him, Karp?

- Remind me to bust you, Averman.



- Thanks, Peter. Thanks very much.

- Did you get it?



- Yeah! Right there!

- Yeah!



Here, Petie. Here, boy.



A little chili

to keep you warm, buddy.



- Oh, yeah, that's nice.

- Oh, yeah, look!



I can't believe he ate the can too.



He sniffs.



He sniffs again.

Looking for that perfect place.



He sniffs some more. He stops.



I think this is it!

He's turnin' in a circle.



- He squats! He scores!

- Yes! We did it!



Full load.






Come on, come on, give me the dollar!



- Hurry it up already.

- I'm hurryin', okay?



- Go, go, go, go!

- Yeah! All right! Let's do it!



Oh, come on. Stop!



- Yes!

- Okay! Here we go.



Yeah. There's more inside.



He's takin'off with it.



This guy deserves what he gets.



Oh, guys, he saw us.



Oh, my!



Rink's gotta be

around here someplace.



Just look for a sign

that says " Personal Hell. "



How could he do this to me?

I hate kids. They're barely human.



Come on! Over here!



Keep it down, please!



Hey, come on.

There's no need for this.



Let's talk, come on.

I'm your friend, aren't I?



Come on, Goldberg, at least try to

stop it. I'm tired of chasin' the puck.



Be careful, man.

It almost hit me that time.



Goldberg, you're the goalie.

It's supposed to hit you.



Does that sound stupid

to anyone else?



Good God.

That's the hockey team.



Drive out on the ice.

It'll be all right.



I ain't scared.



- You don't know what you're doin'.

- Shut your face, Karp.



We're gonna get in big trouble.



- I'll take care of it.

- They're drugs, I just know it.



Yo, dude.

You obviously in the wrong hood.



This is my dominion. This is

a drug-free zone, you understand?



We ain't buyin' nothin'.

I'm feelin' generous today.



So I'm gonna let you get your

sorry vanilla bootie outta here...



before we be usin'

your eyeballs as hockey pucks.



Thanks, bro, but I'm not goin' home

'til I take care of business.



He's got a gun.

Stand back.






District Five Pee Wee hockey team.



I'm Gordon Bombay.

I'm the new coach.



What a joke!



- Yeah, right.

- Afraid so, dude.



Got the roster right here.

Averman, Dave.



Conway, Charlie.

Hall, Terry.



Here's the long and the short of it.

I hate hockey and I don't like kids.



What's this supposed to be,

a pep talk?



I'm sure this'll be

a real bonding experience.



Maybe one day one of you

will even write a book about it in jail.



- Funny.

- Is there a goalie?



Only for a little while.

I'm movin' back to Philly.



- Thank you for sharing that.

- No problem.



All right, get out on the ice.

Let me see what you can do.



Uh,just so you know.

We really suck.



I'll decide

who sucks around here.



- Get off me.

- They really suck.



The Pete-meister.

Mr. Rabble-rouser.



Passing the puck

over toJesse-roonie, the enforcer.






That hurt!



Oh, it's the Connie-meister,

the velvet hammer.



Hi, coach. I'm Connie.



- Do you play?

- No. So what's our record anyway?



  and  . One was pretty close, though.

We only lost by five.



We almost scored a goal too.



So what do we do now... coach?



- What did your old coach have you do?

- He just yelled a lot.



- That's how he hurt his arm.

- His arm?



Yeah, one minute he's yelling at us, "

Little bastards, where'd you learn to play?



Oh, you suck, you!

Skate, you little bast-"



Heart attack. Great.



All right, look.

I gotta make a phone call.



Keep scrimmaging. You, you, you,

you and you against you four.



- We got names, you know?

- I'm sure you do.



And I'll bet they're very nice names.

I might even learn 'em.



For now, I'll be in my office.



Oh, and if you

need anything, fax me.



Geez, what a jerk.



Where do they find these coaches

anyways? We're impressionable kids, right?



Shouldn't we check

his qualifications or somethin'?



Jeannie, who told you

not to give me my messages?




Then who's handling my cases?



- On three!

- Jane!



- One, two, three! Charge!

- Are you kidding me?



She's outta law school one year.

She's not qualified to -



Hold on a second!



Hey! Get your mouth off the windows!



- Hey!

- Get off there!



Get off the car!



- We're being invaded!

- Get off!



- Get off the roof, you little monkey.

- Oh, cool!



- Is that a real phone?

- Yes, and I'm really on it.



- Not any more.

- Thank you.



- Let's see, who should I -

- Watch the upholstery.



- Don't touch that.

- We wanna ride!



We wanna ride! We wanna ride!



- We wanna ride!

- I could kill one of'em just to set an example.



Not yet, Lewis.

Take 'em for a spin, anything!



This looks good.

I'm gonna eat it.



- Wow, I feel like Madonna.

- You wish!



Seats ten comfortably.



Hey, pass me one of those glasses.



Yeah, I see your point.









- It wasn't me, all right!

- Young man, what did you eat?



- Nothing! It wasn't me!

- Open a window!



Oh, man! It's my mom!



- She looks pissed.

- Oh, man.



All right, out!

Everybody, out of the car right now.



Goldberg, why'd you

have to ruin the fun?



Are you out of your mind? What were you

thinking putting that car on the ice?



- My son was in that car.

- Lady, lady, relax.



One crack in the ice.

That's all it would take. One crack!



- The ice is not gonna crack.

- Who do you think you are?



- I'm Gordon Bombay, the new hockey coach.

- The new coach?



They send you over here to coach

the team and you endanger their lives.



What danger? I grew up on the ice;

I know when it's safe to drive on.



- How do you know?

- I just know! All right?



Well, listen, Mr. Zen Master, you may be

in tune with the ice universe,



but when it comes to my kid,

"I just know" doesn't cut it.



Charlie, let's go.



- Mom?

- Give me my candy! All of it!



Well, I guess practise is over.



- Sorry my mom ruined it, guys.

- It's all right, Charlie.



Coach, gonna be

at the game tomorrow?



By order of the state

of Minnesota, yeah.



Hawks! Hawks! Hawks!



Hawks! Hawks! Hawks!

Hawks! Hawks! Hawks!



Hawks! Hawks! Hawks!



One, two, three, four, five!

One, two, three, four, five!



One, two, three, four, five!



- Hi, girls.

- Karp! No!






The hawks. My first game

and it had to be the Hawks.



Gordon? Gordon Bombay.



- Coach Reilly.

- We're both adults now.



Why don't you

just call meJack?



Hey, come back

to see your old coach, huh?



Well, actually I'm, uh,

coaching... Pee Wee.



- District Five team.

- No kiddin'. You got a kid on the team or something?



No, I'm here because I need

to be of service to the community.



How about this, huh? Whoever thought

we'd be coachin' against each other?



Yeah, who'd have thought?



So, who's your hotshot

player this year?



- Anyone good?

- I got a kid named Banks.



Might go all the way.

Not quite as good as you were.



But he wants it more.

Kid won't give up.



Oh, boy,



I wish they would

take that one down. Don't you?



Well, good luck.



You're gonna need it.



It's up to you, Gordon.

You miss this shot, you're not just...



letting me down, you're letting

your whole team down too.



I wish your dad

could be here to see this.



Make him proud of you!



Win! Win! Win!



All right, guys, gather round.

Come on, come on.



- Win! Win! Win!

- Win. Win.



Win! Win! Win!



- Win?

- Win! Win! Win!



Yeah, we're fired up.



All right! Watch this!



Oh, great. Good concept, guys.

Nice - ouch!



Nice goin', fool!



- Sorry, I didn't mean to do that.

- Oh, yeah, "I didn't mean to. "



Yeah, sure,

you're on my own team.



Oh, sorry, Goldberg.

Didn't mean to.



Would you get off me

before I clock you?



Let's go,Jesse!

Go, Terry!



Let's go! Come on in.



What's this?

The Oreo line!



Hey, come on.

Let's play hockey.



Um, batter, batter,

hum, batter, batter!



Hey, batter, batter,

swing, batter, batter!



- Hum, batter, batter, swing, batter, batter!

- Averman!



It's hockey!

There's no batter. Idiot.



Hum, goalie, goalie,

hum, goalie, goalie!



Hey, goalie, goalie,

save, goalie, goalie!



Hum, goalie, goalie,

hey, goalie, goalie!



No, I got him!

I, I, I got him!



That's one!



Hey, hey, hey! Easy!



Good show. Sloppy pass.



Way to stuff it, Banks!



All right, all right! Let's run it up!

Run it up! Run it up!



Oh, man! How could you

let him get by you?



All right, line change.

Come on, go, go, go.






Banks! Banks! Banks!



Hey, you!

Come back here! Oh!



Why me?



How lazy can you be?

They're killing us out there!



How many times do I have to tell you:

Get those rebounds,



get your heads up,

get those loose pucks.



Get - Just -



Just get the hell outta here.



All right!



It's Spaz-way. He'll screw up.



Hey, hey! Way to play it, Banks!

All right!



That's okay, Charlie!

Nice try!



Nice fan, Charlie. Keep swingin'.

Maybe you'll give 'em a cold.



Hey, hey, hey,

knock it off!



Against this team we should have

twice this many! Now let's run it up!



Remember it's not worth winning

if you can't win big!



All right!



Guys! No! Come on,

let's talk about this!



Be civilized!

Come on! Please!



Oh no, guys!

Come on, not again! Please!



Just take the goal.

Fine! I don't care!



- I'm so embarrassed.

- We need a new goalie.



All right!

Hey, knock it off!



That was a lousy third period.

Anybody could beat these pansies.



I want you guys

to stay hungry out there!



All right, nice goin', Banks.

New Hawks record.



- Okay, boys. Let's go.

- All right!



Hey, Gordon! Nice game.



I enjoyed it thoroughly.



At least I can handle the puck!



Hey, shut up!

You guys stink!



I thought we came

here to play hockey.



You know, I knew we forgot something.



Oh, you think it's funny?

You think losing is funny?



Well, not at first,

but once you get the hang of it.



We're the ones out there

gettin' our butts kicked.



Yeah, it's not like you coach us

or anything. At least we try.



You didn't listen

to a word I said.



I said, keep your heads up.

You put your heads down.



I said, hustle.

You went slower!



That was the sloppiest

playing I've ever seen.



Why the hell don't you

just listen to me?



Why the hell should we?



I don't care.



You want to lose, fine. You're the ones

who look like idiots out there.



Great game!






I don't believe it!

Who would throw these away?



- First look's free, next five minutes costs a buck each.

- Fork it over.



Forget it, Karp.

I can see this every day on MTV.



This one's from Minneapolis.

Hey, Guy, look, it's your mom.



- Let's give him a wedgie.

- Good idea,Jesse!



I was just kidding, okay?



Hey! Give that back!



- Hi, girls.

- Does your mommy know you have that?



Nah, she's busy with the mailman.



That'll make great bathroom reading.



That's mine, you jerk!

I found it!



You don't even know

what to do with it, wuss-breath.



- You gonna let him call

you wuss-breath? - No!



Hey! Hey!



- Oh!

- Come on. Want some more?



You guys want some more?

Come on!



Yeah! You want some more?

Come on!



Let's get out!

Move it!



- Thanks a lot.

- All right, man.



One, two, three! Boom!



What are you laughing at,

cream cheese boy? Go!



If we're gonna cheat,

we gotta make those falls look real.



Keep it up! Whoa!

Score one for the spirit.



Go at him! Go at him!

Good! Go at him!



Come on, get angry! Oh!



Come on, make it look real.

Act hurt!



I am hurt.



Good, good.

Now say it again!



Take the fall!

Act hurt! Get indignant!



- One more time!

- Take the fall! Act hurt! Get indignant!



Good! You guys are ready.



Give me a break, ref! Open your eyes!

Did you see what he did to me?



Goldberg, you don't take the fall

while they're shooting at you.



Oh! Well, I guess you didn't

explain that very well, did ya?



- District Five!

- I throw myself on the ice -



Cut the acting class.

One more dive, I forfeit to theJets!



What? I'm insulted by that!



- Let's go! Let's go!

- Quit it!



Face-off! Let's go!






That guy is twice your size. The next

time he gets you in a corner like that,



I want you to grab your eye

like it's cut and then hit the ice!



- Got it? Let's go.

- Let's go! Face-off!



Okay, even 'em up, boys.

Here we go.



Hey -



- Come on!

- That's it, Charlie.



- That's it, Charlie!

- Come on!



Damn it, Charlie!



We can't even win when we cheat.



- Stupid cake-eater tricks!

- That was embarrassing.



Charlie! What the hell

is the matter with you?



When I tell you to do something,

you do it! You got it?



Look at me.



- You got it?

- You can't make me cheat.



Jesse, Terry, let's go.



This is what I gave up

my overtime pay for?



To see my kids takin' falls?






- How did you know?

- Through the back door at this time of night.



Just like you used to.



You'd spend hours

watching me do this.



What do you think?



Is this sharp enough? Ow!



- Did you cut yourself?

- No.



You always fell for that.



- God, you're morbid, Hans.

- No, I'm Scandinavian.



- It's nice to see you.

- Sure, sure, sure.



You probably thought

I was dead.



I saw you at the game the other night.

Why didn't you say anything?



You were so busy

screaming at the kids.



I didn't want

to spoil the moment.



- Everything's the same.

- Well, the game hasn't changed.



Why should my store?



- Heard you became a doctor.

- Lawyer.



Oh, that's too bad.

Enjoy that?



Well, I hardly

ever lose a case.



That is not what I asked.



Hmm! I see you still have this up.



- Thanks very much.

- It is important to remember the past.



I'd just as soon forget it.



That was the worse time in my life.

My dad died that year.



- The two are not related.

- No, but it felt like they were.



I found this not long ago.



He was proud of you.



I miss him.



You scored     goals

in that season, Gordon.



It's a shame you quit. You -



- Could have gone all the way. Yeah.

- No!



You really loved to play.



You remember? You remember...



you used to play on the ponds

until after dark,



until your father

called you back.



You really flew

on that ice, Gordon.



That's all I ever wanted to do.



Then why did you stop? Reilly?



I saw what he did to you.

Reilly is an idiot.



- The guy wins.

- It's not about winning. It never was.



Just show they how to play. Show them

how to have fun. Teach them to fly.



That is what they'll remember long after

you've gone back to being a doctor.






And long after they've stopped

buying skates from me.



Here... there you are.



Sharpened, laced, ready to go.



- What's this?

- Your new skates.



That is why you came here

tonight, isn't it?



- I figured nine and a half was your size.

- Actually, I'm a nine.



Wear thick socks, Gordon.

Enjoy them.



Here comes Bombay

on an end-to-end rush.



Past the blue line, past centre.

He's not skating, he's flying!



He fakes once,

he fakes twice.



Fakes three times!

Shoots! Scores! Yes!



Yes! Yes! Yes!

What a play!



What a guy!

Gordon Bombay does it again!



Great move, Gordy!

You faked him out of his pads.



Come here, son.



You look great out there. Come on,

let's go inside, get something to eat.



A few more minutes?






- Go on. Get outta here.

- Thanks.



- Hi, uh - - Please,just go

away. Charlie doesn't want...



to be on the team any more, and neither

he nor I have anything to say to you.



- Well, I have something to say to you.

- Oh, really?



Door-to-door mistreatment now.



Now the team can feel miserable

between games too, huh?



I came to apologize to Charlie...

to both of you.



- What?

- Apologize.



Well... you should.




Somebody's here to see you.



Hey, Charlie, how ya doin'?



I was just, uh, walkin'

around thinkin' and, uh -



Wanna give us a minute?



- Thank you.

- You're welcome.



Listen, it was

very wrong of me...



to ask you and

the other guys to cheat.



I never should have said to you what I

said to you. I was angry. I was frustrated.



It took a lot of guts for you to do

what you knew was right. I admire that.



And, uh, I just wanted

to tell you that, uh,



that I'm -



Oh, boy, this is difficult.



- I'm -

- You're sorry.



I'm sorry.

I'm sorry. All right?



Tell your mom that hopefully it'll be

a lot more fun this time around.



What do you say?



Do you want to stay for dinner?



- What?

- Charlie!



Uh, no, I -

I can't. Uh -



Well, what are you havin'?



Mr. Ducksworth,

there are two reasons I came by.



First off, I want to let

you know things are going well.



I'm learning a lot about teamwork,

fair play and all that junk.



Good, good.

And the second thing?



Well, sir,

fair play doesn't come cheap.



These kids, my team,

have no money.



They can't afford rink time,

safe equipment, proper uniforms,



which makes it difficult

for them to compete.



Now imagine, sir, being ten years old

and stepping out onto that ice...



with old copies of the " Enquirer"

taped to your shins instead of pads.



The point I'm trying to make, sir,



is that you wouldn't be taken seriously

and neither are these kids.



So I thought maybe

the firm could help 'em out.



How much are we talking about?



- $     .

- No way.



Wait a minute. Think of the goodwill.

We name the team after the firm.



Suddenly, we're the good guys.

Ducksworth, Saver and Gross,



the firm that gives back

to the community.



Come on.

I'll get you your own jersey.



~ Ooo,yeah ~



~ Can you feel it baby

Ooo ~



~I can too, Ooo ~



~ Ooo ~



~ Ooo, come on swing ~



~ Come on swing ~



~ Come on swing ~



~ C-Come on swing

Ooo ~



~ Ooo ~



~It's such a good vibration ~



~It's such a sweet sensation ~



~It's such a good vibration ~



~It's such a sweet sensation ~



Who is that kid?



Thanks, Fulton.



- Fulton Reed. He's in one of my classes.

- How come he's not on the team?



He only plays football. Some preppie

school gave him a scholarship...



as long as he doesn't play hockey.



- They don't want him gettin' hurt.

- I heard it was colleges.



He's been accepted to four of'em.



- Yeah, but I heard he's got to repeat the sixth grade.

- Ah, shut up.



Gordon Bombay?



Bombay was a Hawk.



~... Good vibration ~



~It's such a sweet sensation ~



~Feel the vibration

It's such a good vibration ~~



Dude, check 'em out, man.



Holy cow.



- They're pretty good skaters.

- Anybody know who they are?



That's Tommy Duncan. He's in my science

class. That's his sister, Tammy.



- Think they'd want to play hockey with us?

- Yeah!



Go get dressed.

I'll do the negotiating.



Just think of it

as figure skating... with a stick.



You're gonna love it, Tammy.

Hey, atta boy, Tommy!



Lookin' good, lookin' tough.

Give me five, show me you're alive!



Mom isn't gonna

like this at all.



So what? You want me to figure skate,

then you gotta play hockey.



What do I know about hockey?



More than you think.



Back to basics! Skating!



Go! Go! Side to side.

Shift your weight.



Get comfortable on your edges.

That's good, that's good.



Keep your balance, Karp.

Trust your edges.



That's okay, Charlie.



Soft hands.



You don't shoot the puck

to your teammate. You sail it to him.



Karp, on your feet.



- You send it.

- Oh! Gross!



You don't stop the pass.

You accept it. Cradle it.



- Oh!

- Again!



Concentration, not strength.



Like the Karate Kid, right?

"Wax on! Wax off!"



Just shut up and try it, Averman!



- You're such a jerk.

- Send it back, Averman.



Good, Averman. Charlie.



That's good. Good.

Now sail it back.



Oh! Way to go!



Good, good.

Good, cradle it.



Cradle it.

Soft hands, soft hands.






Here it comes.

Nice and easy. Good.



- I did it! I did it!

- All right.



Nice drill, coach.

Really very cute.



- But when are you gonna work with me in goal?

- Goldberg, do you trust me?



My mother would not approve of this, coach.

She'd like me to live to be bar mitzvah'd.



This is your bar mitzvah, Goldberg.

Today you will become a man.



Coach, I think you got the ceremonies

mixed up. It's more like a circumcision.



Coach! Will you come back here?

What'd I ever do to you, man?



District Five! Ready!



Oh, man, I'm gonna die.

I'm gonna die.



- Aim!

- Nice knowin' ya, Goldie.



- Oh, please! No!

- Fire!



I wanna go home!



This doesn't hurt!



You wimps!

Give me your best shot!



Oh! Come on!

That's good!



Hex goal! Goalie boot save!

Whoa! Nice shot, man!



I'm a dog! I'm a crazed dog!

Come on!



Goldberg! Goldberg!



I am Goldberg!

The goalie!



Good! Good!

All right, Charlie!



Good hustle! Conway, way to go.

All right, Karp!



- You guys hungry? Tired?

- Yeah!



- Do you ache? Are you pumped up?

- Yeah!



Good! That was a hell of a practise.

Be proud of yourself.



Hey, guys! Excuse me, guys!

You gotta untie me now!



Ha-ha! Good joke.

Very funny. I like it.



No joke, come on, guys.

Hey, coach!



Coach, come on, don't leave me

hangin' like this!



Coach, don't make me

come after you, coach.



- Here you go.

- Thanks. Thanks for the ride.



You did real well in

practise today, Charlie.



Let me ask you something.

What happened to your dad?



Mom and I left him. I don't really

remember, but that's what she says.



You know, when I was a boy,

I had to take care of my mother too.




What happened to your dad?



He passed away.



You do a good job

takin' care of your mom.



- Thanks.

- Keep it up, all right?



- Okay. We'll see ya.

- Okay. Hey, coach.



- What's that?

- Huh?



- Oh!

- Victory!



You've just entered the tickling zone!



So I'm right in the middle of my

cross-examination and I say to the guy,



I usually defend heels like you,

you scuzzy, mole-faced rat.



That's a good one, sir.






Hey! Hey! Hold it!



Hold it!



Whoa! Whoa! Whoa!



Look, it was an accident,

all right?



Never mind the window.

Where'd you learn to shoot like that?



I didn't learn.

I just do it.



Do it again.






Well, you're great at breaking windows.

Do you ever hit the goal?



Yeah. Well, one out of five.



Fulton, is it true what they say?



About the scholarships and how

they won't let you play hockey?



People talk.

It don't mean nothin'.



- Why don't you play for us?

- I can't.



- What do you mean?

- I mean, I can't.



- You afraid?

- No, I mean I can't, you moron. I don't know how to skate.






Is that all that's stoppin' ya?



~I ride the top of the line

I can't settle for less ~



Push, Fulton, push.

Keep your knees bent.



Side to side, good!

Follow me.






Watch it!

Get out of the way!






~ This is all we got baby

It's got to be enough ~



~I'd like to try to quit

But I don't know how ~



~I needed it then and baby

I need it right now ~



Come on, Fulton.

Let's go!



- ~I gotta keep movin' 'til I'm satisfied ~

- Hey!



~ Come on, Come on

It's gonna be all right ~~



The Ducks?

We're the Ducks?



Man, what brain-dead jerk

came up with that name?



As a matter of fact, I did. But I didn't

have a choice. We're being sponsored.



By who? Donald and Daisy?



Hey, you don't wanna be Ducks? You'd

rather be District Five? Some stupid number?



Better than some stupid animal.



I'll have you know, Peter,

that the Duck is one of the most noble,



agile and intelligent creatures

of the animal kingdom.



- But they're wimpy.

- They don't even have teeth.



Neither do hockey players.



Have you guys ever seen a flock

of ducks flying in perfect formation?



It's beautiful. Pretty awesome

the way they all stick together.



Ducks never say die.

Ever seen a duck fight?



No way. Why?

Because the other animals are afraid.



They know that

if they mess with one duck,



they gotta deal

with the whole flock.



Oh, man!



I'm proud to be a duck.



And I'd be proud to fly

with any one of you.



So how about it?

Who's a Duck?



I'll be a Duck.



Yeah. Me too.



Anybody see Goldberg?

All right!



Now we're the Ducks!



The Mighty Ducks!



- What are we?

- The Ducks!



What the hell are they doing?



Every time you get the puck,

you're the quarterback.



Make eye contact with the receiver.

Talk to him, let him know it's comin'.



Come on, guys. This isn't a library.

Talk to each other.



What a weird-ass team.



How you doin'?



- You ready?

- I think so.



Okay, Fulton.

Shoot your heart out.



My God!






One out of five.



All right,

Let's forget the past.



We lost a few games, tough!

That was District Five.



- Now we're the Ducks.

- Yeah.



- And the Ducks... are undefeated.

- All right! Yeah!



Quack, quack.



- Quack. Quack.

- Quack! Quack!



Quack! Quack!

Quack! Quack!



Quack! Quack!



Go... Ducks!



What the hell was that?



Let's go, Ducks! Defence! Defence!



Dig it outta there!



Let's go! Let's go! Yeah!



Let's go, Ducks!



Throw it! Throw it!

To the crease!



Yes! The Oreo line!



That's my boy!



Defence, Karp!

Defence! Come on.



I don't wanna go

to school today, Mom.



- How many fingers am I holdin' up?

- He wouldn't know.



Shut up, Peter.

Karp, are you okay?



- Look at this. - The Karp-ster

used his head to stop the puck.



Let's get you off the ice.

Come on.



Get him on the bench, Charlie.



Okay, Ducks,

we still got a chance here.



Connie, Terry,Jesse, Guy,

time for the secret weapon.



Okay, Fulton.

Remember,just like we talked about.



Come on, guys.

Let's do it.



Oh, no.



- Go! Get the face-off!

- Line up, boys, let's go.



That's it.









Whoo! Yeah!



That tie of yours might be what you need

to make the play-offs.



- The ducks have a shot

at the play-offs? - Sure.



Everyone but the last two teams

are in, remember?



Panthers got the measles

and they forfeited the season.



So,you beat the Huskies

and you'll make the play-offs.



- Well, we might have to play the Hawks.

- So?



So they're a tough team.

Nothing's changed since I played.



Actually, one little thing

has changed.



You wouldn't even be a Hawk now.



They redrew the district

lines last year.



The lake is not

the boundary any more.



You see? You'd be a Duck.



I'd be a Duck.



Excuse me. Coach Reilly?



- Yeah?

- I'm afraid there's a bit of a problem.



- What's that?

- One of your players is ineligible.



Banks! Over here!



- This is a joke, right?

- I'm afraid it's no joke.



- Problem?

- No,just a mistake.



Are you this boy's father?     North

Hennipen, is that your address?



- Yes.

- I'm afraid there's no mistake.



- This boy is playing for the wrong team.

- What?



According to league rules, Adam Banks

should be playing for District Five.



- My son is a Hawk, not a Duck.

- Is this your doing, Gordon?



I'll expect to see him

at our next game.



- We'll have a uniform waiting for you.

- No way.



My son would rather not play

than play for your team.



Fine, if that's the way

you want it. But remember,



if Adam plays for the Hawks, you'll forfeit

every game for the rest of the season.



Boy, I'd hate to see that.



Look, I'm sorry this had to happen,

but you can see on the map.



Gordon? Hey, Bombay!



You stop when

I'm talking to you, son!



What's the idea here?

You trying to sabotage me or what?



The law's a bitch when it

works against you, isn't it,Jack?



You got a whole team of Banks's.

One kid isn't gonna make a difference.



Even with Banks, what do you think you're

gonna prove, you and that bunch of losers?



That's right, coach.

They are losers.



We hate losers, don't we?

They don't even deserve to live.



Maybe Banks won't make a difference,

but at least we're playing by the rules.



Why'd you turn against me,

Gordon? For six years...



I taught ya how to skate,

I taught ya how to score.



I taught ya how

to go for the "W."



You could have been

one of the greats.



And now look at yourself.



You're not even a has-been.

You're a never-was.



Going to the play-offs! Whoo!



One win!



Hey, why aren't you guys in uniform?

We got warm-ups in half an hour.



All right, everyone, listen up.

I got some good news.



We're getting a new player,

Adam Banks.






- He's a Hawk.

- He's a good player.



- Yuck.

- Everybody hates him.



- We don't need him.

- I'm the coach. I say we do need him.



- If we make it to the play-offs,

he could be a big help. - If?



All of a sudden you don't

think we're good enough.



No, he thinks we're losers.

That's what he told Reilly.



- What?

- We heard what you said.



You said we were losers,

we didn't deserve to live.



- That's not what I meant.

- I saw that picture of you missing that goal.



You were a Hawk, weren't you? Guess

you guys stick together to the end.



You know what?

I don't need your stinkin'equipment.



- See you around.

- Peter, come back here.



- I'm talkin' to you, son!

- Forget it, cake-eater.



If you wanna play, play with yourself.

Come on, Terry.



Where do you guys

think you're goin'?



I don't believe this.



All right, I'm goin' up to the bench

because that's where I'm supposed to be.



Anyone who wants to join me

can join me. Anyone who doesn't -



Well -



Ten minutes to game time, coach.



Yeah, yeah, they'll

be out in a minute.



They're, you know, working

themselves into a frenzy.



Not much of a frenzy.



We forfeit.



Ducks forfeit. Flames, you win.



Hey. Can I sit?






You talk to the guys?



I tried. They think I'm a traitor

for even showing up.



I guess they

really hate me, huh?



Is it true you were

really a Hawk?






Peter said you blew

a really big game once.



Yeah, well, Peter's right.



It was the last game

of the state finals.



We were tied  - 

in the end of the third period.



I get a penalty shot.



I go in, I triple deke.

I fake the goalie right out of his pads.



The puck's headed in,

and then...



Clang! Hits the post.



We lost in overtime.



A quarter of an inch this way

and it would have gone in.



A quarter of an inch, Charlie.



Yeah, but a quarter inch the other way

and you'd have missed completely.



I never thought of it that way.



At least you got to play

in a championship game.



- That must've been so cool.

- Hey. Can I get you a cup of coffee?



I'd love one.



You know, she has many fine qualities

that men find attractive.



I know that, Charlie.

That fact hasn't escaped me.



So, what kind of guys

does she usually date?



Jerks. I mean,

most of them like her,



but as soon as they

catch a glimpse of me -



Pow! Warp speed!

They are gone!



- Don't take it personally, Charlie.

- Oh, I wouldn't even care...



except it's not fair to my mom.



She deserves somebody nice.



Are you gonna come over

for dinner again?



I don't know, Charlie.



I'm not sure

it's such a good idea.



See, that's what I wanted

to talk to you about.



I, um, talked

toJesse and Terry's dad,



and he's gonna take over

coaching for the rest of the year.



- You're quitting?

- I'm stepping aside to keep the team together.



The guys can't play for

somebody they don't trust.



I trust you.

The other guys do too.



They just don't know it.

Talk to 'em.



- I've done all I can.

- No, you haven't.



You gotta make 'em understand.

You can't walk out on the Ducks.



- We're your team.

- No, you're not.



We are too! We weren't even

the Ducks until you came along.



You made us and now

you're stuck with us.






That's right.

The red is oxygen.



Now what are the blue balls?



- Tommy?

- Hydrogen?



Is correct.

Now put them together...



and you have a molecule

that makes up   % of your body.



- What is it?

- Pizza?



It's the principal. I'll be right back.



Work on H  CO .

It's a goody.



- How'd the forfeit go, Spaz-way?

- Yeah, did you score?



Leave me alone, guys.

I don't want to talk about the team.



Oh, yeah, sure.

Coach's pet.



Everybody knows

he likes you best.



- Likes his mom, you mean.

- Take it back, Karp!



Take it back now!



- Leave him alone.

- You have no right shoving Karp.



- Don't push me.

- Don't push her, she's a girl!



- Lay off!

- Don't shove, Peter.



Atoms away!



My atoms!



You! Sit!



Sit now!



In your seats now!



I have never in my life -



What have you got to say

for yourselves?






Quack, quack, quack, quack, quack!



Thanks for coming by

on such short notice, Gordon.



By the way, your court

release came through.



- Congratulations. Your community service is over.

- You're kidding.



So you wanted to talk

about my coming back to work then?



- Well, actually -

- Oh, you got your jersey. Great!



A lot's been happening.

The Ducks might even make the play-offs.



Gordon, you know

Coach Reilly and Mr. Banks.



Sir, they're the bad guys.



No, actually, Phil is

one of my oldest friends.



Gerald was kind enough to get us all together

here to try to work out this little problem.



You see, my son Adam

wants to play for the Hawks.



His older brother was a Hawk.



All of his little friends are Hawks.

That's where he belongs.



It's a tradition. You understand that,

Gordon. You played.



But the league's

already ruled on it.



We've talked to the league,

and we worked out a little deal.



- You guys cut a deal with the Pee Wee Hockey League?

- Yes, we did.



The long and short of it is that Adam stays

on the Hawks for the rest of the season.



And then next year,

they redraft the lines.



- Correctly.

- The league did make one condition.



What's that?



That you withdraw your protest.



- That's great.

- Good, good.



Well, that's settled then.



No, sir, you don't understand.



I can't withdraw my protest.



- What?

- Mr. Ducksworth,



you wanted me to learn

about fair play...



and how to be part

of a team...



and I may not have

learned everything yet,



but I remember something

my father said to me.



A team isn't a bunch

of kids out to win.



A team is something

you belong to,



something you feel,



something you have to earn.



And I'm not gonna

let those kids down.



Gordon, I'm going

to make this simple.



Are you prepared to lose your job

over some kids? Some game?



Let me ask you, sir.



Are you prepared to fire me

over some kids? Some game?



Collect your personal

belongings, Gordon.



Yes, sir, Mr. Ducksworth!



Thank you very much,

Mr. Ducksworth!



Quack, quack, quack, quack,

quack, Mr. Ducksworth!



- Quack, quack, quack, quack, quack.

- Gordon, stop quacking.



You may have paid for this jersey, sir,

but you didn't earn it.



I'll see you in the play-offs.



- Excuse me. There are some students here that I'd like to see.

- Who are you?



I'm their hockey coach.



If you could tell me where

I can find each of them, please.



They're in room    .



- All of them?

- All of them.



"I will not quack

at the principal. "



- What do you want?

- I want to talk to you guys.



- People.

- People, right.



Sit down, please.

All of you.



Okay, don't sit down.



Look, what's done is done.



I want to be your coach again.



You're gonna coach

a bunch of losers?



- No, I want to coach the Ducks.

- What about the things you said?



You said we didn't

deserve to live.



Karp, I was being sarcastic.

Do you know what that means?



- No.

- Okay, then you do.



I didn't mean those things

the way they sounded.



You guys know what it's like

to be misunderstood, right?



- Yeah, of course. We're kids.

- So...



Can you forgive me?

Can I be your coach again?



- What about Banks?

- He can be on the team if he wants.



He should have been

with us all year.



It's you guys who were cheated.

Let's forget all that crap!



- We're a team, right?

- Yeah.



I made you guys,

and I'm sticking with you.



So, what's it gonna be?



We can play tomorrow night and still

have a shot at the play-offs...



or we can forfeit again

and the season's over.



Peter, what do you say?






I guess it would help

if we practised first.



All right. Let me see if I can

get you out of detention.



- Yes.

- Take that.



You really quacked

at the principal?






Are we Ducks, or what?






Look at your mother.



Let's see how it is

in ten minutes.



I'm gonna kill you!



Hey. Wasn't sure

if you'd show up.



Yeah, whatever.



- I just want to play hockey.

- Good.



Ducks, you all know Adam Banks.



On behalf of the Ducks,

I'd like to say welcome.






Ooh, theJess-man, dissin'the new guy!




Shut up, Averman!



It's just a joke.



Puttin' on a Ducks jersey

doesn't mean you're a real Duck.



- They're a good group once you get to know 'em.

- I bet.



Well, suit up.

I'll see you on the ice.



On your left!



Over here!



I'm open!



Come on, right here!

Up front!



- Up front!

- Pass it to Banks!



Come on!

Do somethin' with it!



Yeah! All right!



Way to go, Banks!



All right!

Score another one for the Ducks!



Goldberg, you're gonna

sit this one out.



What? You're pulling

the goalie when we're tied?



Listen, listen, listen!



A tie isn't gonna help us.

We need the win.



Okay, Fulton,

you're our extra man.



Everybody, get the puck to Fulton.

That's your job.



- We pulling the Statue of Liberty play?

- Yeah?



No, take your shot. You may only

get one, so it's gotta be good.



- But, coach, one outta one?

- Soft hands, Fulton.



- Concentration, not strength.

- That's right!



Okay? Let's get the Huskies!



Let's go! Come on!



Let's back it up, boys.

Let's make it a fair one. Let's go!



- Get in there!

- Come on!



Shoot, shoot, shoot, shoot, shoot!



Shoot, Fulton, shoot!



We won!



We made the play-offs!



Boy, this is great.



Guys, look, it's the North Stars.



- Oh, man.

- It's Mike Modano!



- ... Believe this?

- Cool!



This is too cool.



I can't believe this.



This place is humongous.



What are we doing here?



It's a little play-offs present.



Hey, Gordo!

Gordon Bombay, right?



- You remember me?

- Sure, from Pee Wees.



- This guy used to rule in Pee Wees.

- I heard you were a farmer.



Actually, I became a lawyer.



But I'm coaching Pee Wee now

and this is my team, the Ducks.



- Ducks, this is Basil McRae and Mike Modano.

- We can see that.



- All right.

- Hey, Ducks!



Listen to this guy.

He knows what he's talking about.



If you ever want a shot, I'll get you

a tryout in the minor league clubs.



- Thanks.

- No problem. Hey, nice seein' ya.



Take it easy.



All right, let's have some fun!



~ You've got to accentuate

the positive ~



~Eliminate the negative ~



~Latch on to the affirmative ~



~Don't mess

with Mister In-between ~



~ You've got to spread joy

up to the maximum ~



~Bring gloom

down to that minimum ~



~Have faith or pandemonium ~



~ You're liable

to walk upon the sea ~



~ To illustrate my last remark ~



~ Talking aboutJonah in a whale

and Noah in an ark ~



~ What did they do

when everything looked so dark ~



~ Then they say ~



~ You better

accentuate the positive ~



~Eliminate that negative ~



~Latch on to the affirmative ~



~Don't mess

with Mister In-between ~



~ We better

accentuate the positive ~



~Eliminate all the negative ~



~Latch on to the affirmative ~



~Don't mess

with Mister In-between ~



~No, don't mess

with Mister In-between ~



- Hey!

- Hey!



~Don't you mess

with Mister In-between ~~



You know, I heard the North Stars

wore the same underwear...



all through the play-offs

last year for luck.



So I'm doin' the same thing.



Hmm. Maybe I should've cooked.



You know, I'm thinkin' maybe we can all

go down to the winter festival tonight.



- All three of us?

- Sure.



I don't think I should,

'cause I got a lot of homework.



You should go. With my mom.

By yourselves.



Mmm, smells great!






Go for it.






I don't know how they sculpt these.



Hmm, I wonder.



I used to sculpt,

but now I do mostly paintings.



How do you think

they do the details?



Oh, little men.

Tiny chisels, big mittens.






I'm nervous.



I'm rambling on and on here.



You probably think I'm weird.



No, I think you're great.



When I was a little girl, I used

to pretend that that was an ice castle.



And that was my room,

that window right up there.



And last winter

I gave Charlie that one.



What about me?

Which window's mine?



I want to live there too.



What? What did I say?



- It's just not that easy.

- What's not that easy?



Casey, I was just

playin' around.



Look, I don't know

how you feel about me.



I don't even know

how I feel about you.



But I do know there's

a little kid back home...



who's absolutely falling

in love with his coach...



and if you

can't deal with that,



if you're just playing around,

then you better let me know.



What are we talking?

'Til death do us part?



- I have to decide on the first date?

- Stop it, Gordon.



Charlie's gonna be there

when we get back.



And tomorrow.

And ten years from now.



Look, I can take it.



But if Charlie

gets too attached -



Every time this happens,

it gets...



a little rougher on him.



Just on him?



I'm glad to be here with you.



Me too.



The surprising Ducks

are still in this game...



against the Hornets.



Banks moving right in front, stops.

He shoots, he scores!



It's getting rough out there

between the Ducks and the Hornets.



Here's Adam Banks in the slot.

He stops, shoots. He scores!



Back it goes to Averman.

He shoots! Score!



The ducks win it,

 -  over the Hornets.



And now it's on

to the semifinals...



where the Ducks

will face the Cardinals.



What a game so far, ladies and

gentlemen! The Ducks and the Cardinals!



Cardinals with it in their own zone,

tryin'to clear it out.



Pass to the blue line,

intercepted by the Ducks.



Here's their star, Adam Banks. Banks

has great speed. Right down the middle!



Goes around one man with a great move!

Steps around another defender!



He scores!



Come on! Come on,Jesse!



Ducks with it again.



Here's Averman,

now getting it over to Banks.



Germaine is right in the slot.

Germaine with it!



He shoots, he scores!



Germaine put it off

the goaltender's glove into the net!



And that does it! The Ducks have won!

Can you believe it?



 -  and the Ducks now get set

to face the Hawks in the state finals.



All right, it's up to you, Gordon.



Now,you miss this shot,

you're not just letting your team down,



you're letting me down too.



Remember, it's not worth playing -



- If you can't win.

- That's right. Okay, son, let's go.



Let's go, son!



~... Oh, say does

that star-spangled ~



~Banner yet wave ~



~ O'er the land of the free ~



~And the home of the brave ~~



- Let's go!

- Let's go! All right!



Welcome to the Minnesota

State Pee Wee Championship.



Have we got a game for you today.



The Hawks, coached byJack Reilly.



Win, win, win, win, win!



Win, win, win, win!



Win, win, win, win, win!



Ducks, let's fire it up!



Come on, let's get fired up!



Quack, quack,

quack, quack!



Quack, quack, quack, quack!



Quack, quack,

quack, quack!



Quack, quack, quack, quack!



Quack, quack,

quack, quack!



Quack, quack, quack, quack!



Quack, quack,

quack, quack!



Go... Ducks!

Let's go!



Hey, Banks.



Don't forget what side you're on.



He's a Duck,Jesse.

He'll play like a Duck.



And the game is underway,



and right off Larson and McGill

with a heavy hit.



That gives you an indication

of what you're going to see tonight.



Good hit! That's the way

I want you guys to play it!



The Ducks in green

chasing it down against -



A hard hit out at centre ice!



Keep it away from 'em!

Come on, Banks!



Heavy hitting continues

in this championship game.



Banks up the centre ice.

He drives it down into the Hawks'zone.



Back in again to Larson,

the man behind the net.



Go, go, go!

Get it out of there!



Banks, two comin' hard!



Banks still looking

for an opening, moves it up -



Banks gets knocked down against the boards.

The puck is intercepted by the Hawks.



Here's Larson, over to Brown. Brown,

in front, goes backhand. He scores!



Come on! Hustle!



Come on, you guys!



Hawks with a  -  lead,

come back to centre ice.



Larson gives it up to McGill.



Here's McGill, inside,

the lead at centre ice.



He's up on the blue line

and around the net.



And he scores!



And now the Hawks lead  - .



Good save, Goldberg!



All right, all right!

That's the kind of hockey...



I want to see

played all day, boys.



Larson stopped at the blue line,



but the Ducks can't clear it out.



McGill to Brown, left side.

He shoots! He scores!



The Hawks lead late

in the first period,  - .



Don't be scared of them, Ducks.

That's what they want.



Keep your heads up.

Play proud.



Let's fly! Come on, let's go!



All right, pressure, boys.

Pressure, pressure!



All right, hold it, hold it.



I want you to drop Banks like a bad

habit. I want him outta the game.



- Finish him off. You got it?

- Yeah.



Okay, boys, let's go.



All right, all right, all right,

all right, all right!



Face-off for the second period,

and the Hawks win the draw.



They get it back to Stickler.

 -  Hawks lead.



Stickler to the blue line of the Ducks.

His pass taken away by Conway.



Go after him!



Taken by Adam Banks.

Here's Banks across the blue line!



McGill from behind!

Knocks Banks down!



Banks shoots! He scores!



Adam Banks with a great goal

for the Ducks!



McGill knocked him down

from behind, but Banks scored.






Adam, are you okay?



- What'd you do?

- My job.



Okay, we need the paramedics in.

He's injured.



Oh, my God.



Come on, son, let's go.

Come on.



Number seven, McGill.




Two minutes.



Don't worry, guys.



Did it go in?



- Yeah, man.

- Jesse, do me a favour.



Kick some Hawk butt.



All right, cake-eater.



He'll be okay, sir.

We need to take some X rays, though.



Hell of a job, son.



They score against us,

they're gonna pay the price.



Now, don't worry.

We're gonna get that one back.



You got somethin'

to say to me, Bombay?



To think I wasted all those years

worrying about what you thought.



You're goin' down, Reilly.



- Let me go after 'em, coach. Let me get 'em.

- No, we're better than that.



Look, look, it's time

to play smart hockey, Duck hockey.



- All right? Now we got the power play.

- Yeah. All right.



We're gonna hit 'em

where it hurts the most: up there.



Fulton, you're in.



- Coach, they'll be rushin' him.

- Right.



Jesse, make sure you give

Fulton plenty of time.



- Right, coach.

- Jesse, do good.



Let's go!



- Yeah!

- Hold it! Wait! Whoa!



Let's have fun out there.



- All right!

- All right!



Let's go!

Let's go!



The Ducks trail  -  and now they

call on number    Fulton Reed...



Get the face-off!



...who has a big, booming shot.



And the Ducks get it

back to Fulton Reed.



Hall clears the front of the net.

Here's Reed winding.



He scores!



Fulton Reed has scored,

and the Ducks are back in the game!



Yeah! Yeah!






Yes! That's it!



More fun! More fun!



Of all the sloppy ass - Ladies,

they don't need our help out there!



Now I want that

Fulton Reed covered.



He better not make another shot.

You got it?



I'm tellin' you, you blow this game

and nobody makes the team next year!



All right, get out there!



Quick feet, now!

Quick feet!



The puck comes around,

now to Blake on the right side.



Blake through the slot

with a backhand. Scores!



Blake with a backhanded goal,



and the Hawks regain

the two goal lead at  - .



Guys, guys, guys,

listen up, listen.



We have got to stay

fired up and focused, all right?



It ain't over 'til it's over.



Tammy, Tommy, let's show these Hawks

something really different. Come here.



All right.

I want you guys to start up here -



Third period and the Ducks trail  - 

trying desperately to get back in the game.



The Ducks with Tammy

and Tommy Duncan on the ice.



Tammy Duncan goes in front

of the net, Tommy with the puck.



Tammy's spinning,

and the Hawks are just looking at her.



- Come on.

- Come on!






Tammy Duncan shoots, she scores!



Yes! Yes!

We're still alive!



I'm on, coach.



Yes, we're still in there!



He Grabs McGill from behind...



and throws him over the boards

into the bench.



Now he wants to pick a fight

with the entire Hawks team.



Fulton Reed has to be restrained

by the referee.



Game misconduct.

You're outta here, son.



I'm off, coach.



He barely touched him.



Oreo line!



I want you to remember

what we learned.



- Ducks stick together, right?

- Yeah!



So let's see it!

Show me the flying "V."



- All right!

- All right!



Let's get a line change!

Let's go!



Here we go!

Come on, y'all, let's go!



Come on! Come on!



Flying "V"!



Jesse Hall goes behind his own net,

joined by the rest of his team.



Here they come from behind the net!

It's the flying "V"!



Come on! Come on!



Terry Hall, with the puck,

moves the puck ahead to brotherJesse.



They stay onside the blue line. Jesse

Hall with it, trying to come down the slot.



Moves down the right side,

now in front of the net. Jesse scores!



With the score tied  -  the next goal

will decide the championship.



Tremendous pressure. Neither team

can afford any mistakes now.



   seconds left to go in regulation.



Looking for

the game-winning goal,



here's Morgan moving into the slot.

He shoots and a big save.



Big save, Goldberg!

We'll get 'em in overtime!



Score tied at four.

Now Averman ahead to Charlie Conway.



- Come on, Charlie.

- Conway to centre ice on a breakaway!



Conway moving across the Hawk blue line,

down the middle! He could win the game!



Hey! Where's the call?



No time left on the clock, but

the referee is calling a penalty shot!



What kind of call is that?



Okay, we've got a penalty shot

for the Ducks.



Coach, penalty shot.

Anyone on the ice can take it.



All right, Ducks,

who's gonna take it?



- I think he should take it.

- Me?



What about Charlie?



- What about Charlie?

- All he does is fan.



Let's let him finish

what he started.



- Coach, we have a chance to win.

- Damn straight we do.



Come here. You been practising

that triple deke?



- Yeah.

- Then you're all set.



You may make it, you may not.



But that doesn't matter, Charlie.

What matters is that we're here.



Look around.



Whoever thought

we'd make it this far?



One, two, three.

Triple deke.



Take your best shot.



I believe in you, Charlie,

win or lose.



- Thanks, coach.

- Go get 'em.



- All right, Charlie.

- Let's go, Charlie.



Okay, now wait for my signal.

Good luck.



Charlie, Charlie,

Charlie, Charlie, Charlie, Charlie,



Charlie, Charlie, Charlie...



Okay, now don't leave your crease

before he touches the puck. Good luck.



Come on, Charlie.

Come on, Charlie.



~ We are the champions, my friend ~



~And we'll keep on fighting ~



~ 'Til the end ~



~ We are the champions ~



~No time for losers ~



~ 'Cause we are the champions ~



~ Of the world ~



~ We are the champions, my friend ~



~And we'll keep on fighting ~



~ 'Til the end ~



~ Oh, we are the champions ~



Thank you, Hans.



I'm proud of you, Gordon.



~ We are the champions ~



~No time for losers ~



~ 'Cause we are the champions ~



~ Of the world ~~



Ducks, Ducks, Ducks,

Ducks, Ducks, Ducks, Ducks, Ducks,



Ducks, Ducks, Ducks, Ducks,

Ducks, Ducks, Ducks, Ducks,



Ducks, Ducks, Ducks, Ducks,

Ducks, Ducks, Ducks...



Look, don't take

any bad dives, okay?



Just remember,



keep your head up, man.






Remember, strength,

not concentration.






And for God's sakes, soft hands.



Right. Anything else?



Yeah. Have fun

out there, coach.



I must be crazy.

A tryout with the minors.



I'm gonna be goin' up

against kids half my age.



Just have a good tryout, Gordon.

One step at a time.



Yeah, you're right.



Bye. I'll call you

when I get there.



Banks is first in line next!



Hey, Ducks!



No matter what happens,

we'll see you next season.



We got a title to defend.



~ We will, we will rock you ~



~ We will, we will rock you ~



~Buddy,you're a boy

make a big noise ~



~Playin'in the street

Gonna be a big man some day ~



~ You got mud on yo'face

You big disgrace ~



~Kickin'your can

all over the place, singin'~



~ We will, we will rock you ~



~ We will, we will rock you ~



~Buddy,you're a young man

hard man ~



~Shouting in the street

Gonna take on the world some day ~



~ You got blood on yo'face

You big disgrace ~



~ Wavin'your banner

all over the place ~



~ We will, we will rock you ~



- Sing it!

- ~ We will, we will rock you ~



~Buddy,you're an old man

poor man ~



~Pleadin' with your eyes

Gonna make you some peace some day ~



~ You got mud on yo'face

Big disgrace ~



~Somebody better put you back

into your place ~



~ We will, we will rock you ~



Sing it!



~ We will, we will rock you ~



~ We will, we will rock you ~~



~I've paid my dues ~



~ Time after time ~



~I've done my sentence ~



~But committed no crime ~



~And bad mistakes ~



~I've made a few ~



~I've had my share

of sand kicked in my face ~



~But I've come through ~



~And I need to go on

and on and on and on ~



~ We are the champions

my friend ~



~And we'll keep on fightin'~



~ 'Til the end ~



~ We are the champions ~



~ We are the champions ~



~No time for losers ~



~ 'Cause we are the champions ~



~ Of the world

We are the champions ~



~My friend ~



~And we'll keep on fightin'~



~ 'Til the end ~



~ Oh, we are the champions ~



~ We are the champions ~



~No time for losers ~



~ 'Cause we are the champions ~



~ Of the world ~~




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