'Mighty Ducks' Reunion: Hockey Movie's Cast Re-Creates the Flying V, Guy Gets to Kiss Connie
Twenty years later: quack, quack, quack
The cast of D2: The Mighty Ducks reassembled over the weekend to catch up 20 years after beating Iceland in the Junior Goodwill Games. It appeared that Marguerite Moreau, who played Connie Moreau in the film, initiated the reunion with an Instagram post of a Mighty Ducks whistle with the caption “calling all brethren.” She also commented that this was the first time the cast had spent time with each other since the release of D3.
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One of the most commercially successful sports film franchises of all time, the cult classic 1990s Mighty Ducks trilogy coined “the flying V” (a fictional hockey strategy some '90s kids still think is real) marked Kenan Thompson’s big screen debut and spawned the Anaheim Ducks NHL team. Thompson, who just celebrated the birth of his first child in June, was one of the few castmembers unable to make the reunion party (Emilio Estevez and Joshua Jackson also didn't make it). However, Moreau and company took photos and posted them to Instagram — so he'll at least get to enjoy the reunion vicariously.
There were no hard feelings on Scott Whyte’s part (far right), as the star player from Iceland enjoyed the company of Team USA’s (from left) Mike Vitar, Garette Ratliff Henson, Marguerite Moreau, Vincent LaRusso and Aaron Lohr.
The Ducks get together to form the Flying V.
Moreau captioned “Boys grow up to be men” in this before-and-after shot of Shaun Weiss, aka Goldberg, standing next to his own picture in the 1994 movie poster.
Guy finally got to kiss Connie, with Christopher Redman’s permission, of course.
The whistle that made it all possible. Hopefully it goes, “quack, quack, quack!”