the mighty ducks trilogy

NHL Teams Simplified
  • Anaheim Ducks: named after the Mighty Ducks Trilogy. Captain is Getzlaf.
  • Arizona Coyotes: originally the Phoenix, but even more originally the originall Winnipeg Jets, Paul Bissonnette
  • Boston Bruins: pain in the ass to whoever plays them, Ryan Miller has issues with Bruin Milan Lucic
  • Buffalo Sabres: The other part of New York, traded their Olympic goalie
  • Calgary Flames: Iginlaless
  • Carolina Hurricanes: collects Staal brothers who are right handed and play offense
  • Chicago Blackhawks: Probably the closest thing to a dynasty.
  • Colorado Avalanche: oh hot damn, the city is cold, but the players are hot.
  • Columbus Blue Jackets: Got their first playoff win this year.
  • Dallas Stars: Jamie Benn, Tyler Seguin, and the other players
  • Detroit Red Wings: Prefers their players like wine, older
  • Edmonton Oilers: They have so much talent, but can’t get the “W”
  • Florida Panthers: exist.
  • LA Kings: Kings may be a bit exaggerated.
  • Minnesota Wild: Relevance doubled with the addition of Parise and Suter.
  • Montreal Canadiens: are still in the playoffs, it feels like 93’
  • Nashville Predators: Country music, specifically Carrie Underwood.
  • New Jersey Devils: Defense.
  • New York Islanders: leaving the island and heading to Brooklyn, Brooklyn Islanders
  • New York Rangers: Probably the best New York Team
  • Ottawa Senators: Silver Bobby Ryan finally gets away from Gold Gezlaf
  • Philadelphia Flyers: Broad Street Gingers
  • Pittsburgh Penguins: Either you love them or you hate them.
  • San Jose Sharks: Really good regular season team, really unlucky post season team
  • St. Louis Blues: loves America #Miller #Oshie #Backes #Shattenkirk
  • Tampa Bay Lightning: Steven Stamkos is the only relevant player according to NBC Sports.
  • Toronto Maple Leafs: 45 seasons and counting without a cup, Phil Kessel is pretty much to most Canadian American everrr.
  • Vancouver Canucks: Honestly, this team has been changing that I can’t even keep up. I think the Sedins are still there and will never leave.
  • Washington Capitals: 0 stanley cups with Ovechkin
  • Winnipeg Jets: actually, the Atlanta Thrashers

The Mighty Ducks trilogy [1992 - 1997] 

“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. 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?”

anonymous asked:

OIympics 2014 AU prompt: Oliver Queen is the captain of Canada's Hockey team, the reigning gold medalists and Felicity is Team Canada's reigning bronze medalist in figure skating. They never got along so why is Oliver Queen showing up to her skating events, why is Felicity Smoak coming to the hockey games and most importantly why is Oliver kissing her in front of the world(much to her surprise) after winning gold in the hockey finals? As usual only Dig and Roy(his teamates) know what's going on.

Note: I’m from the LA area. And while it did get quite cold where I grew up, I know exactly zilch about ice skating and related activities. Basically everything I know I’ve learned from watching The Mighty Ducks trilogy.


Felicity Smoak glided onto the ice, eager to get a feel of the rink. The figure skater had arrived in Sochi yesterday with the rest of the Canadian team and had been anxious to get back to her practice routine.

Despite the twenty plus hours on the plane, the multiple stops, and the fiasco that was their hotel accommodations, Felicity felt loose and limber and ready for her events.

She had just finished her warm up and was beginning to practice portions of her routine when a banging of the door and a commotion caught her attention. Felicity paused, annoyed, skidding to a stop to stare at three burly men coming down the steps toward the edge of the rink. Their red and white jackets with a hockey player silhouetted on the maple leaf indicated their interest in the ice, but hockey players had their own arena. Why were they bothering her?

The trio drew closer, allowing her to identify the man in the lead. “Ugh, Queen,” she thought, rolling her eyes. That made the other two Roy and John, the one they called Digg. It also meant she wanted absolutely nothing to do with them. Shaking her head, Felicity continued her routine, skating toward the opposite end of the rink.

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