Then and Now

'Wonder Years' stars reunite for hockey game

"The Wonder Years" on DVD.

"The Wonder Years" on DVD.  (Time/Life Star Vista)

Who knew Kevin Arnold and Paul Pfeiffer were Rangers fans?

Former “Wonder Years” co-stars Fred Savage and Josh Saviano reunited at Madison Square Garden in New York on Sunday as they watched the home team dominate the Winnipeg Jets, 5-2.

The actors, who starred as best friends on the long-running series, were treated to a thunderous applause from fans as they appeared together on the Jumbotron.

After Saviano took a sweet selfie with his daughter, the pals — who are both now 40 years old — took one last shot together from the ice. “You know it’s a good night at a @nyrangers game when @thefredsavage and I end up in the net #epicnight #lgr,” Saviano shared on Instagram.

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Saviano grew up in New Jersey and attended the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, and now works as a strategic adviser to “influencers” and brands. Meanwhile, Chicago native Savage, still an actor, said in August that he was moving to New York to shoot Nick Stoller’s Netflix comedy “Friends from College."

This article originally appeared in the New York Post's Page Six.