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Many people like to watch the biggest football game of the year with friends, and with good reason. The Super Bowl is a big game and all of the hoopla around it creates a fun atmosphere from the start. If you are throwing a Super Bowl party, then add in some games that are sure …

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Pavel Karnaukhov won’t have to travel far to carve out a career in the National Hockey League. He can drag his gear 30 feet down the hall, from the locker room of the Calgary Hitmen to that of the Calgary Flames. The Flames made Karnaukhov, 18, their third pick (No. 136) in the 2015 NHL …


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Though the 2015 NHL Draft is in the rearview mirror, the Calgary Flames general manager will be increasingly busy as free agency gets set to open July 1st. And he expects a frenzy league-wide. “There will be guys that get signed,” Treliving said from the floor following the draft. “What you’re finding now, at least …

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It didn’t take long for Pavel Karnaukhov to adjust to playing in North America and he quickly solidified himself as one of the Calgary Hitmen’s top offensive threats in the 2014-15 season. The Belarusian forward scored 20 goals and 42 points in his first season in the WHL, which ranked him eighth in team scoring. …

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 Karri Ramo will remain a member of the Calgary Flames. The goaltender and team agreed to a contract Wednesday. And Ramo feels he’s got way more to give to the Flames. “That’s what I need to show now,” he said. “I believe in myself and I think that I have way more to give than last …

General manager Brad Treliving knows the Calgary Flames’ on-ice success last season, when they qualified for the Stanley Cup Playoffs for the first time since 2009 and advanced beyond the first round for the first time since 2004, will increase expectations on them next season. So, too, he predicts, will his recent acquisitions. The Flames …



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