There will probably be some fan commotion over Duhamel supplanting Estevez, especially since Estevez has been the figurehead of The Mighty Ducks franchise since the first film appeared in 1992. Notwithstanding, Duhamel brings a strong degree of appeal and presence to this sort of job and not too difficult to imagine he’ll slide into the job without breaking a sweat. Eventually, the show is truly about the group itself, rather than a single person, so Duhamel’s expansion to The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers will almost certainly simply balance that out, as opposed to stealing the show.
Duhamel is making up for the shortcoming left by Estevez, assuming the job of head coach for the group in The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers season 2. Duhamel is falling off of the comic-book show Jupiter’s Legacy, which was dropped by Netflix after just one season, so his schedule has opened up for another lead job.
Duhamel will depict Gavin Cole, a previous NHL player-turned-coach who is described as inspirational, beguiling and bad-to-the-bone as he is enthusiastic about the hockey allegory that applies to life. He runs the super-intense summer hockey institute where the Mighty Ducks land for season two.
Josh Duhamel joins the cast of The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers season 2 as the new head coach. The previous head coach and face of The Mighty Ducks franchise was Emilio Estevez, who played Gordon Bombay, who drove the lesser hockey group to triumph all through the film series and in The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers season 1. Disney+ as of late reestablished the show briefly season, yet Estevez left the show with Disney purportedly not recharging his agreement over his COVID immunization status.