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  1. Calgary is a city in the province of Alberta, Canada. (Web site)
  2. Calgary is a destination for winter sports and ecotourism with a number of major mountain resorts near the city and metropolitan area.
  3. Calgary is the third largest civic municipality, by population, in Canada.
  4. Calgary was the league's lowest-scoring team at 204 goals, but ranked sixth overall in defence at 210 goals allowed.
  5. Calgary is also home to Carifest, the second largest Caribbean festival in the nation (after Caribana in Toronto). (Web site)


  1. ET, CBC). After that, a five-game road trip to start the season takes them to Buffalo, Calgary, Vancouver and Edmonton.
  2. 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. (Web site)
  3. Detroit has a four-point cushion over Calgary with 10 games remaining for both teams in the regular season.


  1. Craig Conroy (born September 4, 1971, in Potsdam, New York) is a professional ice hockey player who plays for the Calgary Flames.
  2. Jody Shelley was originally signed as a free agent by the Calgary Flames on September 1, 1998, but never played for them. (Web site)
  3. 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

  1. Chad Hedrick needed a fast time in the final event at the World All-Around Championships on Sunday in Calgary.

Second Round

  1. He was drafted 40th overall, in the second round, by the Calgary Flames in the 1996 NHL Entry Draft. (Web site)

Last Season

  1. Both Calgary and UBC lost a number of star swimmers at the end of last season. (Web site)


  1. 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.
  2. Cindy Klassen, of Canada, skates during the women's 3000m event at the Essent ISU World Cup speed skating competition in Calgary, Friday, Dec.
  3. 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. (Web site)


  1. Nate Phelps was in Calgary this week, speaking to the University of Calgary's Centre for Inquiry.
  2. The Westport Weston Family Y this week hosted a badminton promotion event that featured Charmaine Reid, 34, of Calgary, Canada, (yellow shirt) the No. (Web site)
  3. The new GM for the Calgary Drillers, to be announced this week, is Canadian basketball legend Ruby Richman. (Web site)


  1. The Calgary Flames are also the first relocated NHL team (from Atlanta in 1980-81) to win the Stanley Cup.

Vancouver Canucks

  1. The Ottawa Senators, Calgary Flames, Edmonton Oilers and Vancouver Canucks were each chosen by only five per cent of those polled. (Web site)


  1. 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. (Web site)
  2. 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.
  3. The five team loop featured two teams from Calgary - the Calgary Cowboys and Calgary Buffaloes. (Web site)


  1. He is the son of former NHL'er Dave Gagner, who spent 15 seasons with Minnesota, Dallas, Calgary, Toronto, Florida, and Vancouver. (Web site)
  2. Minnesota defeated the Boston Bruins 3–0, the Buffalo Sabres 4–1 and the Calgary Flames 4–2 to advance to the finals.


  1. Claire Harris (born 1937) is a Canadian poet who lives in Calgary, Alberta.
  2. An engineer from Calgary who now lives in Vancouver, Woolstencroft has long dominated Paralympic skiing.

Florida Panthers

  1. 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.


  1. I play in Calgary, and at the end of the season the GM tells me he likes me, and I get traded. (Web site)
  2. They are based out of Calgary, Alberta and play at the Olympic Oval. (Web site)
  3. Although Calgary and the Rangers also made offers, Gregg wanted to play in Edmonton, the town where he was born and raised. (Web site)


  1. Ray Whitney scored a goal in double overtime of Game 7 of the Conference Quarterfinals against the Calgary Flames.

Los Angeles Kings

  1. The Los Angeles Kings also made moves to improve their young core, even though they traded center Mike Cammalleri to Calgary.

First Round

  1. In the first round, the Blackhawks beat Calgary in six games to earn the franchise's first playoff series win in 13 years. (Web site)


  1. During 1993, the franchise was bought by the Calgary Flames, and relocated to Saint John, New Brunswick to play as the Saint John Flames. (Web site)
  2. The franchise was an original WCHL team, forming in 1966 as the Calgary Buffaloes, later the Centennials.
  3. They played in WHA in 1973-74 and 1974-75, then they moved their franchise to Calgary Cowboys. (Web site)

World Championships

  1. After the Olympics, Buttle went on to the World Championships, held in Calgary. (Web site)

Short Program

  1. A month later at the 2006 World Championships in Calgary, Canada, Cohen was in 1st place after the short program. (Web site)

Television Station

  1. CKAL-TV is a television station based in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. (Web site)
  2. CKAL is a television station owned by CHUM Limited and based in Calgary, Alberta.


  1. CBRT is the television call sign for the CBC 's television station in Calgary, Alberta. (Web site)
  2. CBC opened its own television station in Calgary (CBRT-TV), and 1 September, CFAC-TV disaffiliated from the network, and became an independent. (Web site)


  1. Four schools in Canada, one in Vancouver, one in Hamilton, one in St. Catharines and one in Calgary were named in his honour.
  2. 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. (Web site)

Head Coach

  1. On June 14, 2007, Playfair was replaced as head coach of the Calgary Flames by Mike Keenan, formerly of the Florida Panthers.
  2. He lasted three seasons as head coach of the Calgary Flames before moving into a number of management-related capacities within the Flames organization. (Web site)
  3. He is currently the head coach of the Calgary Stampeders in the Canadian Football League.


  1. From Joe Nieuwendyk to Gary Roberts, and on to Jarome Iginla and Dion Phaneuf, a long line of hockey heroes have called Calgary home.
  2. The Kings met Calgary twice in the week before the playoffs and triumphed 9-7 at home and 6-3 in Calgary.
  3. 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. (Web site)

First Time

  1. The two are in town preparing for the Vancouver Games, which open Friday, the first time the Olympics have returned to Canada since Calgary.
  2. Calgary, 1988 - Canada hosted the Winter Olympic Games for the first time. (Web site)
  3. For the first time, the speed skating events were held indoor, on the Calgary Olympic Oval. (Web site)

Third Round

  1. 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.
  2. Ryder was drafted by the Calgary Flames in the third round of the 2005 NHL Entry Draft. (Web site)
  3. Boyd was selected 98th overall in the third round of the 2004 NHL Entry Draft by the Calgary Flames.

Western Canada

  1. Despite playing in Western Canada during an era dominated by Edmonton and Calgary, Hawerchuk missed the playoffs only once during his 16-year career. (Web site)

Conservative Party

  1. 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. (Web site)
  2. 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. (Web site)
  3. He said he would continue his campaign for the Conservative Party in the riding of Calgary North Centre. (Web site)

Silver Medal

  1. Jeff Pain of Calgary, who won the silver medal at the 2006 Olympic Games in Turin, Italy, was 11th (1:36.76).
  2. Pikus-Pace ended the skeleton season with a silver medal at the World Championships in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.


  1. He arrived from Calgary and paid immediate dividends, helping the Flames to the Finals and scoring the Stanley Cup-winning goal against Montreal.
  2. In the postseason the Canucks defeated the Calgary Flames, the Los Angeles Kings, and the Chicago Blackhawks to reach the finals. (Web site)
  3. 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. (Web site)

San Jose

  1. 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.


  1. Calgary would also figure in the young franchise's first every road win, as the Sharks earned that mark at the Saddledome. (Web site)
  2. Six years ago, the Sharks made it to the 2004 Western Conference finals before losing in six games to the Calgary Flames.

Red Wings

  1. Out west, fans in Calgary were painting the town red after victories over the Vancouver Canucks, the Red Wings and the San Jose Sharks. (Web site)
  2. 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.
  3. The Red Wings lost that game 1–0, and were eliminated the next game in Calgary by the same score in overtime. (Web site)


  1. He has 273 goals and 668 points in his career, playing for the New York Islanders, Vancouver, Florida, Anaheim, Calgary and Detroit. (Web site)
  2. After signing with the Calgary Flames in 2005, he returned to Detroit to finish his career.


  1. Stephen Harper gives a victory speech to party faithful in Calgary after his Conservatives won the 2006 federal election. (Web site)


  1. However, they lost all of their seats in Edmonton and all but five seats in Calgary.
  2. In Calgary and Edmonton the Conservatives won all the seats. (Web site)


  1. Marcel Lacroix of Calgary, AB, coach of long track speed skater Denny Morrison, world 1500 metres champion and 1000 metres bronze medallist.
  2. However, 3 days later the Calgary Flames announced that Brent Sutter was the new coach which started controversy around the league.


  1. 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. (Web site)
  2. In 1924 the Canadiens again resurfaced defeating the Calgary Tigers and the Vancouver Maroons. (Web site)


  1. At the moment, the Rams get Saskatchewan, Calgary and Manitoba twice each, face UBC on the road and host Alberta. (Web site)
  2. All-Star Wrestling in Vancouver went bust, the AWA stopped holding bouts in Manitoba, while Stampede promotions in Calgary also couldn't compete. (Web site)


  1. Today, Calgary is a modern cosmopolitan city that still retains much of its traditional culture of hotel saloons, western bars, night clubs, and hockey.
  2. 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.


  1. The Tories lost modest ground in Calgary, winning 18 seats to the Liberals' five. (Web site)
  2. Kim became well known when he participated in short-track demonstration event in 1988 Winter Olympics in Calgary, winning a gold medal in 1500m.
  3. The Canadiens won their second championship by winning over Calgary and continued to build their club and fostered a passionate rivalry with the Maroons.

Gold Medals

  1. In 1988, they won the first of their two Olympic gold medals at the Calgary Games. (Web site)


  1. They became repeat world champions the following year and won gold at the 1988 Winter Olympics in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Giant Slalom

  1. In the 1988 Winter Olympics in Calgary, when disabled skiing was a demonstration sport, she won the gold medal in the giant slalom. (Web site)


  1. At the 1988 Winter Olympics in Calgary, Alberta, Blair won the 500 meters and won a bronze in the 1000 meters. (Web site)


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