Hall of Famer Bryan Trottier, two-time Stanley Cup champions Phil Bourque and Troy Loney, former first-round pick Colby Armstrong and the father-son tandem of Greg and Ryan Malone will lead the Pittsburgh Penguins alumni against the Philadelphia Flyers alumni on Saturday, January 14 at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia.
One unique angle of the game will have Jamie Leach, a member of the Penguins' 1992 Stanley Cup team, skating against his father, Reggie, who was a star with the Flyers in the 1970s.
Alumni team members Trottier, Bourque, Loney, Gordie Roberts and Grant Jennings all won back-to-back Cups with the Penguins in 1991 and 1992. Other Stanley Cup champions on the Pens roster include Tyler Kennedy (2009) and Jeff Chychrun (1992).
Also skating for the Penguins will be Doug Bodger, Mike Bullard, John Chabot, Kim Clackson, Dave Hannan, Mark Kachowski, Mitch Lamoureux, Francois Leroux, Ted Nolan and Dennis Owchar. Goaltenders will be Jean-Sebastien Aubin and Jocelyn Thibault.
The Penguins coaching staff will include Craig Patrick, Eddie Johnston, Pierre Larouche, Rick Kehoe and Duane Rupp.
Game time is 7 p.m. on January 14.
Both the Pens and Flyers are celebrating their 50th anniversary seasons, and the current NHL teams will meet in an NHL Stadium Series game at Heinz Field on February 25.