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2013-14 provides a spark of hope for Flames fans

By David Song

Despite a recent hot streak in which they routed both the mighty Anaheim Ducks and rival Edmonton Oilers, the Calgary Flames are going to miss the playoffs yet again. On paper, this year’s campaign is not much different from the team’s general trend these past few years. Occasional flashes of brilliance and a never-say-die attitude… Continue reading 2013-14 provides a spark of hope for Flames fans

Who wins in Sochi?

By David Song

As the opening ceremonies ignite in Sochi this week, hockey fans across a dozen nations will find themselves biting their nails as their country battles to bring home the coveted Olympic gold medal. Each country has sent their best and even the weaker squads will fight bitterly for a chance to reach the podium. Nevertheless,… Continue reading Who wins in Sochi?

Head-to-head: Canada’s Olympic hockey roster

By Suneil Sachdeva

When Team Canada general manager Steve Yzerman sits down to finalize his team’s roster for the Winter Olympics in Sochi, he will be faced with an embarrassment of riches. While players like Sidney Crosby and Shea Weber lead a list of shoo-ins, there are some interesting decisions that must be made to fill out the… Continue reading Head-to-head: Canada’s Olympic hockey roster

Singing about Christmas and family

By Sean Sullivan

Susan Aglukark is a three-time Juno award-winning singer who sings songs in English and Inuktitut. Aglukark released her ninth album and second holiday album on Nov. 5. When searching for rehearsal space for her and her band before a concert in Saskatoon earlier this month, Aglukark came across Gallery House Concerts in Calgary. The Gauntlet… Continue reading Singing about Christmas and family