The Vancouver Canucks alumni and West Fraser, a group of local players, christened the new West Fraser Centre.
Cliff Ronning paced the visitors with a hat trick and a couple of assists in an 8-6 Canuck victory in front of a sellout crowd.
Ronning was joined by other former Canucks Thomas Gradin, Jryrki Lumme, Mark Lofthouse and Dave Babych.
The locals gave them a good game though.
It was actually 3-3 at one point early in the 2nd period.
Dan Hills had a couple of goals for Quesnel.
Joey MacDonald, Colin Keis, Richard Lindstrom and Ian Hannah will also have something to tell their grand kids.
87-year old Norm Gronski, one of the last of the original Kangaroos, dropped the puck in the ceremonial face-off to kick things off.