Here's a video from the NHL that's sure to melt your heart.

Eitan and Ronit Urman have been Arizona Coyotes season ticket holders since 1996. Being such loyal fans, they were asked to drop the puck at the Coyotes' last home game of the season on Saturday.

As they were about to do the ceremonial puck drop before the game, their son, Dan, a U.S. sergeant who had been serving in Afghanistan, made a surprise appearance.

"Urman family, we have a special guest delivering tonight's game puck," the announcer said. "Please direct your attention to the tunnel and welcome home from Afghanistan your son, Sgt. Daniel Urman."

As a shocked Eitan hugged his son, both men tumbled onto the ice. But that didn't stop them from hugging as the crowd at the Jobing.com Arena went wild.

Watch the priceless reunion below.


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