The 12 game slate in the NHL on Tuesday marked the debut of a couple of hockey players who played prominent roles in Grey Bruce.
Kevin Czuczman of Port Elgin played more than 20 minutes on the blueline for the New York Islanders in a 6-0 loss to Minnesota.
Former Attack Captain Garrett Wilson also played more than 8 minutes for the Florida Panthers in their 3-2 win in San Jose.
It was also a good night for former Attack players on the scoresheet.
Bobby Ryan scored his 23rd in a losing cause for Ottawa, as they dropped an 8-4 contest to the New York Rangers.
Andrew Shaw scored his 17th of the season for the Chicago Blackhawks in their 3-2 overtime loss to Philadelphia.
Joel Ward scored his 21st of the season and was named the game's first star in Washington's 3-2 win in Anaheim.