Pros: Best player to ever suit up for the Ducks. Incredible natural goal scorer. Varsity talent as a freshman.
Cons: Part of him will probably always be a Hawk. Injury prone. Uncertain if he even enjoys cake.
Conclusion: Best scorer goes first. End of story.
Pros: The heart and soul of the Ducks. Called the “real Minnesota miracle man” by Bombay himself. Triple-deke. Captain.
Cons: Was once called Spaz-way. Attitude problem. Coach banged his mom.
Conclusion: Charlie developed into a two-way hockey player and a great goal scorer by his freshman year in high school. You want Captain Duck out there.
Pros: Keeps up team morale with a self-deprecating sense of humor. Switched to defense to fill a team need.
Cons: Always out of shape. Tried to sabotage teammate to regain starting goalie spot. Neither morale nor defense is important in a shootout. Is from Philadelphia.
Pros: One of the few proven goal scorers on the team. Good friends with Charlie. True Duck.
Cons: Attitude. Over-involved parent. What happened to his brother?
Pros: Olympic figure skater. Quick on his feet.
Cons: Too small. No definable skills other than skating. Not a hockey player.
Pros: Element of surprise. Toughness. O.G. Duck.
Cons: Pays too much attention to Guy — mental focus is important in a shootout.
Pros: Talented. Underrated. Cool under pressure. Great hair.
Cons: Soft. Pays too much attention to Connie. Sometimes he’s too cool, and should pay more attention to detail.
Pros: He can really fly.
Cons: Stopping. Has a serious weakness for cheerleaders. If he shifted his focus from skirts to skates he’d be a more viable candidate.
Pros: Toughest guy in the history of Minnesota pee-wee hockey. Nearly unstoppable slap-shot that burns through nets and knocks goalies out cold.
Cons: Hits the net once in every five chances. Terrible skater.
Cons: It’s hard to be accurate with the knucklepuck. Lackluster skater.