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Morrison's time with the Flames led him to retire in Calgary


Q: What was your favourite memory while playing for the Flames?

It would have to be playing in the Heritage Classic at McMahon Stadium. It was a freezing cold day but it was a memorable experience.

Q: Who was your favourite teammate and why?

I got along really well with Matt Stajan. He had an even keel demeanour and was unassumingly funny. 

Q: Where did you settle down when you retired from hockey?

I ended up staying in Calgary. I have 4 kids and they were all pretty comfortable in their schools and activities. We liked the city and the community we were living in.



Q: What did you do after you hung up your skates?

I became a pretty good taxi driver! Lots of time at hockey arenas and soccer fields. I started a rental company in the oil and gas sector with a former teammate Geoff Sanderson, I do some property management with a group out of Vancouver and I also host a fishing show called Reel West Coast.

Q: What are your interests and passions outside the game?

I really enjoy being on the water. Most of that time is spent fishing but I like to explore the sounds and inlets on the West Coast of Vancouver Island with my family.  


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Q: Tell us a bit about your family.

My wife (Erin) is an amazing woman. She is the glue that holds our family together. My oldest son (Brayden) is 17 and is off to play Jr A hockey with the Okotoks Oilers this upcoming season. My oldest daughter (Makenna) is turning 16 this year and is consumed with soccer. She has represented Team AB on a couple different occasions. My middle daughter (Kailyn) enjoys playing soccer, volleyball and track and field. She recently ended up winning her district and regional 3000M race. My youngest daughter (Taylor) enjoys playing hockey and soccer. She is a firecracker!

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