The duck’s tutor, Michelle Mckay plays an important role in the second film installment. She intervenes to make sure that the Ducks don’t fall behind on their school work. Mckay also bravely confronts Coach Bombay about his Hollywood antics that have led him to neglect his team.
Mckay even steps in as assistant coach to make up for Bombay’s bad behavior! It’s safe to say that without Mckay, the Mighty Ducks may not have been singing “We are the Champions” at the end of the film.
J.D. Daniels as Peter Mark
Rarely seen without his backward baseball cap, Mark was the most sarcastic and the rudest member of the team in the first movie, especially to Banks. He's the biggest troublemaker on the team, and he's the player that leads a walkout on Coach Bombay after hearing Bombay say something about the team – though the quote was out of context and misinterpreted.
He thinks he's a hotshot, often wearing a leather jacket, and often overhears things without fully understanding them. Played by J.D. Daniels; he's a defenseman who doesn't appear on the team after the first movie.
J.D. Daniels Today
Despite being in a large number of films and television episodes, Daniels's career has faltered. Aside from “The Mighty Ducks,” he was also in “The Swan Princess,” “The Pickle,” and “Going Places,” all before 1995.
He did a few voices in “Gargoyles,” “Beethoven,” and the Aladdin animated series. At the end of the millennium, he started to slow down, but he still had a few roles, including in “Superheroes” in 2007 and in “Little New York” in 2009. He actually won a 1993 Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award for Featured Actor in a Play for “Conversations with My Father.”
Kathryn Erbe Today
Kathryn Erbe's career continued to flourish in film, television, and even the theatre! You're likely to have spotted her in the popular television series "Law & Order: Criminal Intent." She starred as Detective Alex Eames for a marathon of 10 years.
Since then she has appeared as Anne in the Broadway production of "The Father." Erbe has also landed roles in several television shows including "The Good Fight," "City on a Hill," and "The Blacklist." Go Kathryn go!
Garette Ratliff Henson as Guy Germaine
You can definitely call Garette a triple threat! He appeared in all three Mighty Ducks films as Guy Germaine. Germaine was a valued player on the team known for his offensive skills on the ice.
However, Germaine did suffer a formidable fumble in the final film which led to him having to sit out the second half of the game. His character had a romantic end as he and Connie eventually married!