High-fives and chants echoed through the city’s 17th Avenue S.W. It was a united front as a sea of red threads worn by thousands of Calgarians created an electric atmosphere.

Flames fans throughout the city and across the country came together in 2004 to experience the Red Mile — a celebration that has come and gone but hasn’t really been repeated since.
Several members of the Calgary Inferno say they remain confident about the future of professional women’s hockey in Calgary despite Sunday’s announcement by the CWHL that it will cease operations on May. 1.
Calgarian Zee Hamilton, 28, says "tough guy" attitudes in hockey sometimes push honest conversations about mental health under the radar.
Dylan Holloway has been tearing up the Alberta Junior Hockey League this season while helping the Okotoks Oilers make the playoffs. In his second season with Okotoks, Holloway had 88 points — 40 goals, 48 assists — in 53 games played.