Johnny Gaudreau is no stranger to the Calgary Stampede, even if his footwear didn't necessarily reflect that Friday.
The Calgary Flames forward sported a flannel shirt, cowboy hat and sneakers while on horseback at the Calgary Stampede Parade.
Gaudreau joined teammates Mike Smith, Troy Brouwer, Michael Stone and coach Bill Peters as Flames employees in team-logo-adorned flannels to help kick off the 106th annual stampede. Gaudreau's dad was also there, rocking sneakers and looking good on horseback.
It was Gaudreau's second straight appearance at the stampede parade, and he wore athletic shoes at last year's event too. But Smith, participating in his first stampede parade, looked more the part in boots and a leather vest.