The Calgary Journal
The Calgary Journal


Sutter and crew have decisions to make about who stays and who goes

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As I walked in through the back-east entrance of the Scotiabank Saddledome, a collection of people scatter the upper bowls. My mission, self-assigned, was to experience the Calgary Flames training camp.

I sat a few seats down from two gentlemen hunched over, trying to focus on the tiny numbers taped to the back of the prospect's helmets. But those numbers were nearly impossible to see.

Vipers president quits, citing 'deteriorating financial situation'

861963222 d28f9f6a9b bPhoto courtesy: Sean Winters"Take me out to the ball game. Buy me some peanuts and cracker jacks. I don't care if I never get back."

 Judging by the current state of baseball in Calgary, it appears no one will ever get back — or at least not in the immediate future.

Hockey stars help local firefighters raise money for those in need

The Hanson Brothers were in Cowtown Sept. 26, and they weren't strumming on guitars and mashing keyboards singing MMMBop. The Hanson Brothers at the Max Bell arena were the ones known for slapping pucks, bashing boards and slashing shins.

Two evenly matched teams battle it out Oct.1 for division 1 supremacy

To the casual high school football fan, "late September" and "playoff implications" seldom go hand-in-hand.