Fans gathered at the Brandt Centre Saturday afternoon to get a glimpse of some NHL greats.
Close to forty former National Hockey League players, who also played in the WHL, were on hand to help the Regina Pats celebrate their 100th anniversary.
The teams were broken into Team Saskatchewan – for the players who played junior in the province – and Team WHL for those who didn’t.
Nineteen different players scored goals, with Ron Sutter and Jamie Heward each scoring two.
Heward also won the second intermission hardest shot competition hit 96 miles per hour.
Former Regina Pat and NHL goalie Ed Staniowski played between the pipes and was thrilled with how the whole weekend’s worth of festivities have gone.
“It’s a beautiful thing from where I was standing watching those guys how they could move that puck, move in open ice, make that beautiful pass. It brings back so many memories,” he said.
The final score was 12-11 for Team WHL.
—Photos courtesy Keith Hershmiller and the Regina Pats