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Condors announce alumni game participants

The Bakersfield Condors have announced the participants for the NHL Alumni-Celebrity Game pres. by Dignity Health and CBCC, set for Friday, Jan. 6 at 6 p.m. (PT) at Memorial Stadium.

Legends Wayne Gretzky and Luc Robitaille will serve as team captains. Participants in the game have won 32 Stanley Cups as players in their careers.

A ticket to the Three-Way Chevrolet Condorstown Outdoor Classic pres. by Mission Bank on Saturday, Jan. 7 at 6 p.m. (PT) is your ticket to the alumni game. The Condors will host the Ontario Reign in a regular-season outdoor AHL game that evening; click here to purchase your tickets.


  • Wayne Gretzky – captain; four-time Stanley Cup Champion
  • Kevin Lowe – six-time Stanley Cup Champion
  • Craig MacTavish – four-time Stanley Cup Champion
  • Kelly Buchberger – two-time Stanley Cup Champion
  • Dave Semenko – two-time Stanley Cup Champion
  • Glenn Anderson – six-time Stanley Cup Champion
  • Duane Sutter – four-time Stanley Cup Champion
  • Danny Gare  – 14-year NHL career; 2-time NHL All-Star
  • Mike Comrie – 13-year NHL career
  • Keith Gretzky – Edmonton Oilers Assistant General Manager
  • Gerry Fleming – Bakersfield Condors Head Coach
  • J-F Houle – Bakersfield Condors Assistant Coach
  • Tony Borgford – Bakersfield Condors Assistant Coach
  • Sylvain Rodrigue – Edmonton Oilers Goaltender Development Coach
  • David Pelletier – 2002 Olympic Gold Medal winner in figure skating
  • Ty Gretzky – Wayne’s son


  • Luc Robitaille – captain; Stanley Cup Champion
  • Rob Blake – Stanley Cup Champion
  • Bernie Nicholls – one of only eight players to score 70 goals in a season
  • Sean O’Donnell – Stanley Cup Champion
  • Daryl Evans – scored the “Miracle on Manchester,” LA Kings radio color commentator
  • Nelson Emerson – played in 771 NHL games
  • Derek Armstrong – played five seasons with the Kings
  • Tomas Sandstrom – Stanley Cup Champion
  • Steve Heinze – played in 694 NHL games; two seasons with the Kings
  • Kyle Calder – played in 590 NHL games; former Condor; two seasons with the Kings
  • Hubie McDonough – played in 195 NHL games
  • Mike Donnelly – played in 465 NHL games; five seasons with the Kings
  • Jaroslav Modry – played in 725 NHL games; 10 seasons with the Kings
  • Jamie Storr – drafted 7th overall in 1994; nine season with the Kings


  • David Boreanaz – Bones
  • Michael Rosenbaum – Smallville 
  • Jay Harrington – American Reunion, Better off Ted
  • Ken Baker – E! News
  • Michael Landes – Final Destination 2, Burlesque
  • Jenny Taft – Fox Sports reporter
  • R5 (Riker / Rocky / Ross / Rylan Lynch) – American Pop Rock Band 

Participants subject to change