West-central Saskatchewan native Kelly McCrimmon raised the Stanley Cup last night as part of the Vegas Golden Knights front office roundtable.

The merely six-year-old franchise took home hockey's holy grail Tuesday night, and their General Manager McCrimmon has been one of the architects behind the freshly crowned team since their inception.

McCrimmon was named the Golden Knights assistant general manager in 2016 after a successful stint in junior that began way back in the late 80s with the SJHL's Battlefords North Stars at the time.

Born in Plenty, McCrimmon will now have his name etched on the Stanley Cup for eternity, joining his late brother Brad McCrimmon who played over 1200 NHL games and won the 1989 Stanley Cup with the Calgary Flames.