Nestled in southeast Oslo lies the suburb of Manglerud.
Situated in the Østensjø borough, which houses approximately 50,000 of Oslo's population, it might be best known for being the hometown of the band a-ha's Paul Waaktaar-Savoy and Magne Furuholmen.
But it is also has another distinction: hockey holds a special place in the hearts of residents.
With neighboring Sweden and Finland producing plenty of NHL talent year after year, Norway's exports have been limited to just a handful of players: Mats Zuccarello, Espen Knutsen, Patrick Thoresen, Andreas Martinsen, Ole-Kristian Tollefsen, Jonas Holøs, Anders Myrvold, and Bjørne Skaare - the first Norwegian to play in the NHL, limited to just a single game with the Detroit Red Wings in 1978-79.
Cross-country skiing, soccer, handball, biathalon … plenty of sports hold the hearts of Norwegians.
But in Manglerud, according to Flames prospect Mathias Emilio Pettersen, hockey is No.-1.