Although Hockey / Clint Barton (Jeremy Renner) and his new partner Kate (Hailey Steinfield) provided the center of the show, “Hockey” was largely stopped by other Marvel traits drawn into its orbit.
At one key point, the show gave a part of the game with its acting, as Vera Formica will be an unusually highly talented performer who wastes a basic role as Kate’s mother until the final episode. In fact, revealing that she is collaborating with Kingpin did not come as a shock, even though it further complicated Kate’s life and extended the finale.
In fact, even by Marvel’s standards, many events took place at the same time, such as Kate King’s acceptance, Clint confronting Elena, and another new character, Maya (Alaqua Cox), turning King’s gang.
By the time the smoke cleared, the widespread feeling was relaxed, allowing the Bartons to share the Christmas that Dad had worked so hard to earn before concluding with a huge show stopper on the series Captain America Musical. Very different stimulus touch.
Of course, everything Marvel does does not have to be world-conquering and dynamic (or rock opera-ish), and “hockey” seeks to provide a more basic vision than most of its brethren. As Kate told her first rugged mentor, her exploits taught her that “being a hero is not just for people who can fly lasers or shoot lasers out of their hands”. The show has seemed a bit unfocused in recent episodes, however;
However, overall, “Hockey” actually played the equivalent of a Marvel holiday card for its fans. With apologies for that glamorous song, despite the role of brilliant moments, it is not an exercise to be repeated at any time, there is very little to do throughout the day.