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A mini-reunion took place over the weekend, as actors from the Mighty Ducks film series met up at an ice rink in upstate New York. Afterwards, they attended an Anaheim Duck's game.

The nostalgia-fest started with Danny Tamberelli, who played Tommy Duncan in the first film, posting photos of the group to his Instagram.

They wore recreations of the bright green jerseys the team wore in the movie.

Watching them, you can almost hear the whine of your old VHS player.

He was joined by Kenan Thompson, Vincent LaRusso, Colombe Jacobsen-Derstine, and Garette Ratliff Henson. All five acted in at least one of the Mighty Ducks movies.

After the fun of skating around the ice rink, the group switched jerseys to the more modern Anaheim Ducks design. They wore personalized jerseys with the names of their characters on the back.

The Anaheim Ducks account posted about it on Twitter.

People were tagging their friends to let them know!

The group got to watch a game the actual sports team started because of the popularity of their movie, played on Sunday against the New York Islanders.

The original film starred Emilio Estevez as Gordon Bombay, a lawyer charged with drunk driving, who has to perform 500 hours of community service. Because of his background as a child hockey star, Bombay is ordered to coach a peewee hockey team. While initially reluctant, he guides the misfits to victory.

Danny Tamberelli, Garette Ratliff Henson, and Vincent LaRusso starred in the first film, while Kenan Thompson and Colombe Jaconsen-Derstine were in the second.

It's unknown at this time why the group reunited, though some are speculating for a Superbowl commercial.

But we have to ask the real questions here.

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