The Vancouver Canucks sported their old-but-new retro flying skate jerseys against the Toronto Maple Leafs, but it mattered little as they fell 5-2.
Daniel Sedin picked up his 22nd goal of the season in the loss, but it was Leafs forwards Mark Arcobello and Brendan Leipsic stealing the show.
Arcobello potted his first and second goals of the season, while Leipsic scored his first career tally in his first career NHL game in front of family and friends.
Prior to the game, the Canucks held a brief ceremony honouring players from their 1995-96 roster; among them was Gino Odjick, the fan favourite known for his fisticuffs and who recently underwent a battle for a heart disease known as amyloidosis.
The Canucks get back to work Monday against the Minnesota Wild.