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Some Traditions are Worth Keeping

I was asked why the first baseball game of the season is played in the afternoon. My reply was it is tradition. Yes, it was on a work day yet baseball fans find the time to get out to the ballpark and watch the game. 708 more words


Calgary's McKnight Hockey Association defrauded almost $100,000 in email scam

Almost $100,000 stolen in an email scam has the McKnight Hockey Association working with Calgary police to get their lost funds back.

Back in January, the hockey association’s treasurer received a fraudulent email request believed to be an investment transaction approved by the board, according to a statement released by McKnight Hockey. 365 more words

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New Calgary minor hockey league aims to power the play of youngsters

Its pre-teen players will undergo neurological assessments, vitamin, and blood analysis.

Those are only two facets of a new private minor hockey league being created in Calgary that its organizers say could help revitalize Canada’s supremacy in the game. 479 more words

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Flames at PNC on Sunday

The Calgary Flames are playing the Hurricanes at the PNC Arena this Sunday, February 26 at 3:00 p.m. Get discounted tickets to the game using CanSouth’s promo code! 50 more words


South Korea hockey team leans on naturalized Canadian goalie

SAPPORO, Japan (AP) — Growing up in rural southern Ontario, Matt Dalton never figured that his career path in professional hockey would take him to South Korea. 657 more words


Oilers snapshots: Larsson out against Panthers ... Jagr still going strong ... Trocheck starstruck

SUNRISE, Florida – Nobody’s been able to find how or where defenceman Adam Larsson was hurt on any number of video replays of the Edmonton Oilers loss against the Tampa Bay Lightning on Tuesday night but one thing’s clear; he was moving very gingerly as he left the rink in Tampa. 658 more words

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Gallery: Pink shirts pack dome as Hitmen edge Wheaties

More than 8,000 students from around Calgary were bussed to the Scotiabank Saddledome on Wednesday, most of them sporting pink, to take part in the Calgary Hitmen’s first-ever BE BRAVE Anti-Bullying Game. 48 more words

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