Yes, an arena — for wealthy businessmen — so that they can hire people and pay them millions of dollars to play hockey.
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The city proposed a three-way split on the cost of a $555-million arena.
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The team's president said negotiations have been unproductive.
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Calgary took a big step backward this year.
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Calgary taxpayers have now had a little time to recover from the puzzling pitch for public cash that NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman delivered when he came to town. Bettman may have left, but the ask is still on the table.
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The 32-year-old from Kitchener, Ont., was summoned to Toronto for a hearing.
The plan calls for a 20,000-seat arena that would replace the Scotiabank Saddledome where the NHL Flames currently play.
And the irony is lost on no one...
"We lost and we're done, but this team played unbelievably down the stretch just to get into the playoffs and win a round."
Bob Hartley led the Flames to their first playoff appearance since 2009.
Ah, the feeling of salt in the wound.
"A disgrace to the city of Calgary, province of Alberta, and to Canada..."
You've never heard "Carmina Burana" like this before.
#1 - A light team plays a heavy game