Any hockey fan who grew up in or around the 90s has seen The Mighty Ducks movies roughly 58 times combined. The Disney movie series about a fictional youth hockey team that eventually grows up to be a fictional high school hockey team, all under the tutelage of Gordon Bombay, is unforgettable for a certain amount of hockey fans.
Some fan decided to take that admiration to new levels, though. As the Puck Drunk Love hockey blog points out, some creative YouTube user has found a new way to honor the movie series. That user made a video featuring Bombay, the former hot-shot hockey player turned lawyer turned hockey coach, as the subject of the ESPN documentary series 30 for 30.
The faux trailier is so good that not only does it make you want to watch the movie again, it also makes you wish they were actually making the documentary titled Gordon Bombay: The Minnesota Miracle Man.
Check out the video below, which was actually made last year but has just started to surface recently.