It was Lanny's namesake that won the first intra-squad Red and White game of the Calgary Flames on Thursday night.
We'll find out Monday night if Team Iginla, that includes Cochrane's Dillon Dube, can even the score before the regular season kicks off for the Flames.
Team McDonald won 5-2 in what has been a very different and shortened training camp for the NHL team.
The Flames have been broken into two squads; half skating in the morning, the other in the afternoon.
With no preseason, these games are the closest the Flames players will get to exhibition play, typically used to let players knock off the rust and for the coaching staff to finalize the roster.
McDonald and Iginla are two of the Flames NHL hall-of-famers, and both hold prestigious club records.
In the franchise's 49-year history (established in Atlanta in 1972 where they played until 1980), McDonald has the most goals in a season: 66 in the 1982-83 campaign.
Iginla's hall of fame designation has been announced and the induction will take place in November. He's the team's all-time goal scorer (525) and point leader (1,095 points).
Next Thursday, the Flames are in Winnipeg to open their regular season on the road. Two days later, they get the primetime Saturday slot for their home opener against the Vancouver Canucks.