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Harvey’s Redemption

Being an Edmonton Oilers' blog, I know you wouldn't expect to see much about or from Calgary here, but this was too heartwarming not to share. For the unaware, or those who may have forgotten, southern Alberta was hit with devastating flooding in the summer of 2013, and many are still affected and out of their homes in High River. Black Diamond is a nearby town with a big heart. The following story is quite touching.

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  Tags: calgary, calgary+flames, farley+the+fox, harvey+the+hound, mascots

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Well done Flames!  That’s the Southern Albertan spirit!

Posted by Mick Kern on 04/09/14 at 12:06 PM ET

Iggy_Rules's avatar

Great story, thanks for sharing!

Posted by Iggy_Rules from Calgary, Canada on 04/09/14 at 01:47 PM ET

gowings's avatar

Just awesome, thank you for sharing this video. I applaud the Flames here. Good job!

Posted by gowings from MTL on 04/09/14 at 04:32 PM ET

Lisa Brown's avatar

Welcome! I thought it was a great video and a great story as well.

Posted by Lisa Brown on 04/10/14 at 08:11 AM ET

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Lisa McRitchie is a fairly new writer, online at least, but makes up for inexperience with passion for the game of hockey and memories of Mrs. Leskiw’s English AP class; who knew they would pay off one day.

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