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C of Red ready to rock

by Staff Writer / Calgary Flames
The Pengrowth Saddledome will be decked out in a C of Red Monday as the Calgary Flames-Chicago Blackhawks playoff series shifts to Calgary for Game 3. You can get your game face on at the Scotiabank Get Red Zone outside the 'Dome two hours before gametime. There's plenty more inside the 'Dome, too.


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The Get Red Zone, located on the west tarmac of the Saddledome, features live music, face painting, a beer gardens and BBQ and alumni autograph sessions is sure to be a great meeting place for fans and family as the C of Red gets ready to be loud inside the 'Dome. There will also be a family zone with a DJ, a dance team and the Guns of the Golden West. You can check out the Slap Shot cage and get your photo taken by See Your Game.

Upon entering the 'Dome fans will receive "clappers" to help make the 'Dome one of the loudest buildings in the playoffs.

Gametime is is 7:30 MT. The Flames are asking fans to be in their seats by 7:15 pm for the beginning of the pre-game ceremonies.

The Calgary Flames Better Halves and Good Earth Cafes will be teaming up to sell Calgary Flames autographed pucks this during Games 3 and 4 of the Western Conference Quarter Finals against the Chicago Blackhawks at the Pengrowth Saddledome.

“The Flames Foundation for Life makes a big difference in the lives of many people and we are proud to be a part of this fundraiser for the second year in a row “, says Gerry Docherty, Chief Operating Officer, Good Earth Cafes.

The pucks will be sold on the concourse behind section 227 for $20 by the Flames players’ wives and girlfriends. Two people will also have the chance to win team autographed Flames jerseys if their puck is autographed by a gold pen. Proceeds from the Better Halves and Good Earth autographed pucks sales are directed to the Flames Foundation for Life.

The Flames Better Halves have raised $120,000 thus forth for the Flames Foundation this season through their initiatives. To date The Flames Foundation has directed over $32 million in funding to education, medical research, amateur sport and recreation.
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