Three decades since The Mighty Ducks premiered, the kids from the movie are all grown up now. In honor of the new series ‘The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers,’ let’s explore what the OG Ducks have been up to since the film’s 1992 release.
Emilio Estevez, 58, played the role of the arrogant defense attorney, coaching a peewee hockey team. He went on to lead in the Mighty Ducks sequels D2 and D3 before reprising his role for the Disney+ spinoff series, The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers, in 2021. Since the Mighty Ducks movies, Emilio has appeared in a number of films, but he has focused on directing.
The wholesome heart of the Mighty Ducks team, Charlie was Joshua’s third acting gig and his first breakout role. He has had a robust career in TV and film since. He won the Genie Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role for the 2008 film One Week. His next role is in the Peacock limited series Dr. Death.
Marguerite Moreau, 43, played Connie Moreau, a.k.a. the Velvet Hammer. Her latest role was in the 2019 film Into The Ashes, but she will be returning to the role of Connie Moreau in an episode of The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers.
Henson’s Fulton Reed was the ringer when it came to the slapshot on the Ducks’ team. He also appeared in the other Marvel shows on Netflix, including Luke Cage and The Defenders.
Elden will guest-star in a 2021 episode of The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers.
Shaun Weiss played the Ducks’ lovable goalie Greg Goldberg in The Mighty Ducks trilogy. His latest role was in the 2008 movie Drillbit Taylor. Shaun has also been in commercials for Captain Morgan, Verizon Communications, and more.
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Henson played Connie’s (Moreau) boyfriend and Ducks’ teammate Guy Germaine. In November 2020, he launched an Indie Gogo page to help fund his latest project, Last Time in This Place, which he co-wrote and is directing.
He is set to appear on The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers in 2021.
Doherty played the Ducks’ resident goofball Les Averman, who is best known for his witty remarks when asked a question by coach Bombay. His latest role was an episode of Rosewood in 2017.
He will reprise the role of Les in an episode of Disney+’s The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers.
LaRusso’s role as Hawks turned Ducks player Adam Banks (known as Banks) was his first acting gig. He reprised his role in the two sequels. He hasn’t acted since 2010 but will appear in The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers.
Aaron Schwartz, who played sarcastic prankster Dave, the Ducks’ defenseman, is probably best recognized as Vanya, the doorman from Gossip Girl, a role he played for three years.