Fourteen years ago, triplets Gerry, Leo and Myles Fitzgerald starred as a pair of uber-intelligent toddlers in the movie Baby Geniuses.
The brothers even appeared in a sequel, Superbabies: Baby Geniuses 2.
But somewhere along the line the talented triplets decided that Hollywood was not their calling. So they turned to hockey, and it appears that they made the right choice.
The Fitzgerald brothers, who led the British Columbia Hockey League's Victoria Grizzlies in scoring last year, have signed on to play collegiately at Bemidji State University in Minnesota. Bemidji State has a solid hockey program, producing dozens of professional or semi-professional players.
"We are so excited to know we have the opportunity to advance our play at the next level for 4 years!" the Fitzgerald brothers said in a release on the Grizzlies' website. "And to remain together is fantastic."
In case you don't remember these brothers, or somehow never saw "Baby Geniuses," here is the film's trailer. The Fitzgeralds played Sly and Whit, twin brothers separated at birth.
(H/T to Deadspin)
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