Gotta support the team.
The New Jersey Devils hosted a "90s Night" on Tuesday and perhaps the franchise's most famous fan from the decade made an appearance.
Patrick Warburton reprised his role as David Puddy from "Seinfeld" at the Prudential Center during the ceremonial puck drop before the game against the Penguins.
The actor had his face painted just like his character from the famous episode and following the puck drop, he pulled off his Martin Brodeur jersey to reveal a painted red "D" on his bare chest -- also a callback from the sitcom.
In addition to his appearance on the ice, the first 9,000 fans received a David Puddy bobblehead.
To top it all off, Warburton declined an appearance fee and asked the Devils to make a donation to his favorite charity -- the St. Jude's Research Hospital. The Devils donated $25,000.
The revival of David Puddy was not enough to inspire the Devils on the ice, though, as they fell to the Penguins, 4-3.