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- Calgary is a city in the province of Alberta, Canada.
- Calgary is a destination for winter sports and ecotourism with a number of major mountain resorts near the city and metropolitan area.
- Calgary is the third largest civic municipality, by population, in Canada.
- Calgary was the league's lowest-scoring team at 204 goals, but ranked sixth overall in defence at 210 goals allowed.
- Calgary is also home to Carifest, the second largest Caribbean festival in the nation (after Caribana in Toronto).
- ET, CBC). After that, a five-game road trip to start the season takes them to Buffalo, Calgary, Vancouver and Edmonton.
- Iginla, who led Calgary with 89 points in 2008-09, scored his first goal of the new season in a 4-3 win over the visiting Canadiens on Oct.
- Detroit has a four-point cushion over Calgary with 10 games remaining for both teams in the regular season.
- Craig Conroy (born September 4, 1971, in Potsdam, New York) is a professional ice hockey player who plays for the Calgary Flames.
- Jody Shelley was originally signed as a free agent by the Calgary Flames on September 1, 1998, but never played for them.
- The inaugural gala, at which the ESO performed Mahler 's Symphony of a Thousand with the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra, took place on September 13, 1997.
- Chad Hedrick needed a fast time in the final event at the World All-Around Championships on Sunday in Calgary.
- He was drafted 40th overall, in the second round, by the Calgary Flames in the 1996 NHL Entry Draft.
- Both Calgary and UBC lost a number of star swimmers at the end of last season.
- Cindy Klassen of Canada skates during the women's 1,500-meter event at the World Cup speed skating competition in Calgary, Alberta, on Saturday, Dec.
- Cindy Klassen, of Canada, skates during the women's 3000m event at the Essent ISU World Cup speed skating competition in Calgary, Friday, Dec.
- Norman Wagner, O.C., PhD, LL.D, a colourful past president of the University of Calgary and a public member of APEGGA Council, died Dec.
- Nate Phelps was in Calgary this week, speaking to the University of Calgary's Centre for Inquiry.
- The Westport Weston Family Y this week hosted a badminton promotion event that featured Charmaine Reid, 34, of Calgary, Canada, (yellow shirt) the No.
- The new GM for the Calgary Drillers, to be announced this week, is Canadian basketball legend Ruby Richman.
- The Calgary Flames are also the first relocated NHL team (from Atlanta in 1980-81) to win the Stanley Cup.
- The Ottawa Senators, Calgary Flames, Edmonton Oilers and Vancouver Canucks were each chosen by only five per cent of those polled.
- Calgary had beaten the Western Conference's top three seeded teams, the Vancouver Canucks, Detroit Red Wings, and the San Jose Sharks, in that order.
- The 1989 Stanley Cup Final was between the Calgary Flames and the Montreal Canadiens, the top two teams during the 1988–89 NHL regular season.
- The five team loop featured two teams from Calgary - the Calgary Cowboys and Calgary Buffaloes.
- He is the son of former NHL'er Dave Gagner, who spent 15 seasons with Minnesota, Dallas, Calgary, Toronto, Florida, and Vancouver.
- Minnesota defeated the Boston Bruins 3–0, the Buffalo Sabres 4–1 and the Calgary Flames 4–2 to advance to the finals.
- Claire Harris (born 1937) is a Canadian poet who lives in Calgary, Alberta.
- An engineer from Calgary who now lives in Vancouver, Woolstencroft has long dominated Paralympic skiing.
- In 1996-97 he was traded to Calgary's AHL farm team, the Saint John Flames and on to the Edmonton Oilers via the Florida Panthers.
- I play in Calgary, and at the end of the season the GM tells me he likes me, and I get traded.
- They are based out of Calgary, Alberta and play at the Olympic Oval.
- Although Calgary and the Rangers also made offers, Gregg wanted to play in Edmonton, the town where he was born and raised.
- Ray Whitney scored a goal in double overtime of Game 7 of the Conference Quarterfinals against the Calgary Flames.
- The Los Angeles Kings also made moves to improve their young core, even though they traded center Mike Cammalleri to Calgary.
- In the first round, the Blackhawks beat Calgary in six games to earn the franchise's first playoff series win in 13 years.
- During 1993, the franchise was bought by the Calgary Flames, and relocated to Saint John, New Brunswick to play as the Saint John Flames.
- The franchise was an original WCHL team, forming in 1966 as the Calgary Buffaloes, later the Centennials.
- They played in WHA in 1973-74 and 1974-75, then they moved their franchise to Calgary Cowboys.
- After the Olympics, Buttle went on to the World Championships, held in Calgary.
- A month later at the 2006 World Championships in Calgary, Canada, Cohen was in 1st place after the short program.
- CKAL-TV is a television station based in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
- CKAL is a television station owned by CHUM Limited and based in Calgary, Alberta.
- CBRT is the television call sign for the CBC 's television station in Calgary, Alberta.
- CBC opened its own television station in Calgary (CBRT-TV), and 1 September, CFAC-TV disaffiliated from the network, and became an independent.
- Four schools in Canada, one in Vancouver, one in Hamilton, one in St. Catharines and one in Calgary were named in his honour.
- The Aberhart Centre, a long-term medical care centre in Edmonton, Alberta, is named in his honour, as is William Aberhart High School in Calgary.
- On June 14, 2007, Playfair was replaced as head coach of the Calgary Flames by Mike Keenan, formerly of the Florida Panthers.
- He lasted three seasons as head coach of the Calgary Flames before moving into a number of management-related capacities within the Flames organization.
- He is currently the head coach of the Calgary Stampeders in the Canadian Football League.
- From Joe Nieuwendyk to Gary Roberts, and on to Jarome Iginla and Dion Phaneuf, a long line of hockey heroes have called Calgary home.
- The Kings met Calgary twice in the week before the playoffs and triumphed 9-7 at home and 6-3 in Calgary.
- This number is significantly smaller in many of the cities, particularly Calgary and Edmonton which are home to a much larger number of visible minorities.
- The two are in town preparing for the Vancouver Games, which open Friday, the first time the Olympics have returned to Canada since Calgary.
- Calgary, 1988 - Canada hosted the Winter Olympic Games for the first time.
- For the first time, the speed skating events were held indoor, on the Calgary Olympic Oval.
- The Oilers traded Steve Staios to Calgary for Aaron Johnson and a third round pick and sent Lubomir Visnovsky to the Ducks for Ryan Whitney.
- Ryder was drafted by the Calgary Flames in the third round of the 2005 NHL Entry Draft.
- Boyd was selected 98th overall in the third round of the 2004 NHL Entry Draft by the Calgary Flames.
- Despite playing in Western Canada during an era dominated by Edmonton and Calgary, Hawerchuk missed the playoffs only once during his 16-year career.
- Jim Prentice is a lawyer from Calgary, Alberta, who was elected in 2004 as a Canadian Member of Parliament for the Conservative Party of Canada.
- The spot light has been on Calgary primarily because it is the home of the Reform party and now the Conservative party, including the Prime Minister.
- He said he would continue his campaign for the Conservative Party in the riding of Calgary North Centre.
- Jeff Pain of Calgary, who won the silver medal at the 2006 Olympic Games in Turin, Italy, was 11th (1:36.76).
- Pikus-Pace ended the skeleton season with a silver medal at the World Championships in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
- He arrived from Calgary and paid immediate dividends, helping the Flames to the Finals and scoring the Stanley Cup-winning goal against Montreal.
- In the postseason the Canucks defeated the Calgary Flames, the Los Angeles Kings, and the Chicago Blackhawks to reach the finals.
- They were matched up against the Calgary Flames in the finals and behind a Conn Smythe performance by Patrick Roy, defeated the Flames in a five game series.
- As of March 18 last season, after a big win over Calgary, San Jose sat at 5-4 and in first place in the West Division.
- Calgary would also figure in the young franchise's first every road win, as the Sharks earned that mark at the Saddledome.
- Six years ago, the Sharks made it to the 2004 Western Conference finals before losing in six games to the Calgary Flames.
- Out west, fans in Calgary were painting the town red after victories over the Vancouver Canucks, the Red Wings and the San Jose Sharks.
- The Red Wings then eliminated the Flames the next night in Calgary when the game winning double overtime goal was scored, coincidentally, by Johan Franzen.
- The Red Wings lost that game 1–0, and were eliminated the next game in Calgary by the same score in overtime.
- He has 273 goals and 668 points in his career, playing for the New York Islanders, Vancouver, Florida, Anaheim, Calgary and Detroit.
- After signing with the Calgary Flames in 2005, he returned to Detroit to finish his career.
- Stephen Harper gives a victory speech to party faithful in Calgary after his Conservatives won the 2006 federal election.
- However, they lost all of their seats in Edmonton and all but five seats in Calgary.
- In Calgary and Edmonton the Conservatives won all the seats.
- Marcel Lacroix of Calgary, AB, coach of long track speed skater Denny Morrison, world 1500 metres champion and 1000 metres bronze medallist.
- However, 3 days later the Calgary Flames announced that Brent Sutter was the new coach which started controversy around the league.
- The Canadiens are home to the Calgary Flames on Tuesday and then go back on the road for games Thursday in Phoenix and Saturday in Nashville.
- In 1924 the Canadiens again resurfaced defeating the Calgary Tigers and the Vancouver Maroons.
- At the moment, the Rams get Saskatchewan, Calgary and Manitoba twice each, face UBC on the road and host Alberta.
- All-Star Wrestling in Vancouver went bust, the AWA stopped holding bouts in Manitoba, while Stampede promotions in Calgary also couldn't compete.
- Today, Calgary is a modern cosmopolitan city that still retains much of its traditional culture of hotel saloons, western bars, night clubs, and hockey.
- Piper relocated from Toronto to Calgary a year ago to play hockey for the Oval X-Treme, but the move was for more than hockey.
- The Tories lost modest ground in Calgary, winning 18 seats to the Liberals' five.
- Kim became well known when he participated in short-track demonstration event in 1988 Winter Olympics in Calgary, winning a gold medal in 1500m.
- The Canadiens won their second championship by winning over Calgary and continued to build their club and fostered a passionate rivalry with the Maroons.
- In 1988, they won the first of their two Olympic gold medals at the Calgary Games.
- They became repeat world champions the following year and won gold at the 1988 Winter Olympics in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
- In the 1988 Winter Olympics in Calgary, when disabled skiing was a demonstration sport, she won the gold medal in the giant slalom.
- At the 1988 Winter Olympics in Calgary, Alberta, Blair won the 500 meters and won a bronze in the 1000 meters.
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