The “Mighty Ducks” flew together again Wednesday.
Cast members from the Disney hockey movie trilogy were at Honda Center to participate in a ceremonial puck drop as part of “Mighty Ducks” movie tribute night.
Eleven actors who played Mighty Ducks players sported personalized jerseys and joined Jordan Kerner, the producer for each of the three films, to drop the puck before Anaheim’s game against the Vancouver Canucks. The actors relished their reunion and sharing stories and memories from the films.
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For Danny Tamberelli (Tommy Duncan), Garette Ratliff-Henson (Guy Germaine), Vincent LaRusso (Adam Banks) and Colombe Jacobsen-Derstine (Julie Gaffney) the game Wednesday was their second “Mighty Ducks” celebration at an NHL arena. Those three attended the Ducks vs. New York Islanders game at Nassau Coliseum on Jan. 21.
The Ducks are celebrating their 25th anniversary all week, which started with a team trip to Disneyland on Monday. The “Mighty Ducks” cast members have been an integral part of the celebration, appearing at a screening of the movie in Santa Ana, California on Tuesday before attending the game Wednesday.