Jussie Smollett as Terry Hall only appeared in the first movie in the series, along with his older on-screen brother Jesse Hall. Terry plays at the forward position. One possible explanation for not being included in the second film is that his character would have been too young to play in the Goodwill game that was the movie’s central conflict.
He is just a few of the characters that appear in the first film to not appear in either of the sequel movies, including Karp, Tammy and Tommy Duncan, and Peter. While Jesse was the main character, Terry was a secondary player on the team and didn’t get as much screen time.
Aaron Lohr as Dean Portman
Portman is another character that didn't join the team until the second movie, played by Aaron Lohr. Portman quickly becomes friends with fellow enforcer Fulton Reed, becoming the other half of the “Bash Brothers” group that helped defend the Ducks' net. Portman doesn't appear very much in “D3” since he chooses not to attend Eden Hall with the rest of the team.
He does, however, show up in the last fifteen minutes to help out in the Varsity vs. JV game. His physical style of play sometimes works against him, and both movies see him being penalized for unsportsmanlike conduct.
Aaron Lohr Today
Lohr was one of Disney's go-to child stars during the nineties. His career began in 1984, in the movie “Deniece Williams: Let's Hear It for the Boy,” which doesn't even have a Wikipedia page. His role was “young boy.” He was also in “Newsies” and provided the singing voice for Max in “A Goofy Movie.”
After the Ducks, Lohr was in “Rent” and numerous episodes of television. He is currently a family therapist and serves as the clinical director of Avalon Malibu Residential Mental Health and Addiction Treatment Center. He's married to Broadway star Idina Menzel, best known for being the voice of Elsa on “Frozen.”
Jussie Smollett Today
Smollett stuck with acting, and while a lot of his roles didn't turn out to be anything special, he got a lead role on the television series “Empire” from 2015 to 2019. His star came crashing down when he staged a homophobic attack in Chicago, though the two men caught on camera attacking him were actors that Smollett himself had hired.
He was arrested and charged for making up the story, and he filed a countersuit saying he had been the target of “mass ridicule.” The details are a lot more complicated than that, but he's also been indicted on six counts for making false police reports.
Colombe Jacobsen-Derstine as Julie “The Cat” Gaffney
With a quick glove and a quick smile, Julie became the team's second goalie to back up Greg Goldberg. She first appeared in “D2,” sacrificing playing for her home team to play with Team USA. Though skilled in the net, she can be hot-tempered and is flagged for kicking Team Iceland players in the shins during one of the early games.
A miracle save in the last second of the final game gave Team USA the win. She plays primarily in stand-up style, though she alternates to butterfly style a few times. Along with Connie Moreau, she's one of only two female players on the team in “D2.”