The Montreal Canadiens alumni team helped to raise funds for the Saskatchewan Hockey Hall of Fame and the City of Swift Current's Safe Places – Youth Certified initiative when they visited the city to play a game against a team of local first responders, March 10. The Living Sky Casino Hall of Fame game at the Innovation Credit Union i-plex was an opportunity for local hockey fans to see former players such as forward Stéphane Richer, defenceman Patrice Brisebois and goalie Richard Sévigny on the ice. The Swift Current Emergency Services team consisted of members of the local fire department and ambulance services. They were joined by former Swift Current Broncos Sheldon Kennedy, Todd Holt and Joel Rogers as well as a former member of the Canadian women's hockey team, Bobbi-Jo Slusar. The event provided a few Swift Current locals with a unique opportunity to be on the Montreal Canadiens bench. Chuck Audette, John Kennedy and former Swift Current mayor Jerrod Schafer skated with the team, local hockey coach Larry Johnson was the team's associate coach next to coach Yvon Lambert and former Broncos trainer Gord Hahn was the alumni team's trainer. The final score in the game was a 10-7 win for the Montreal Canadiens alumni team.