Calgary, AB - The Calgary Flames are proud to announce their annual Western Night on Saturday, January 30th when they host the Edmonton Oilers at the Pengrowth Saddledome. The game will be broadcast coast to coast as part of CBC’s Hockey Day in Canada. The Flames game will feature Canadian Country Music star and native Calgarian Paul Brandt performing the national anthem as well as a special live performance during the second intermission in partnership with Scotiabank.
In conjunction with Hockey Day in Canada and the celebration of hockey throughout the country, the Flames annual Western Night will celebrate Calgary’s Western heritage and relationship with the Calgary Stampede.
The Western themed night will feature the 2010 Calgary Stampede Royalty and Flames alumni: Jim Peplinski, Terry Johnson, Jim “Bearcat” Murray, and Dana Murzyn who will be signing autographs on the concourse starting at 6:45pm. Fans will be treated to live music from the Stampede Show Band and country music band, Rooster in a Hen House. This will also be the second to last time the Flames will wear their retro jerseys this season in celebration of the teams 30th Anniversary.