It was unlike any ice hockey game ever played in India. On a chilly day, some 3,500 metres above sea level, there was usual brouhaha, which often associated with special events, and crowds in thousands turned up to cheer the Indian national team and also to witness a two-time Olympic gold medallist and seven-time World champion from Russia, Viacheslav 'Slava' Fetisov, in action. That's some heady mixture for a sport which is yet to get a firm foothold in the country. It indeed was a very different and unique event. And that’s The Last Game in Ladakh.