Saddledome damaged in Calgary flooding

The Sports Xchange
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Flooding in Calgary that has resulted in evacuations has caused damage to Scotiabank Saddledome, the home of the Calgary Flames.
The flooding has affected the first 10 rows of the arena damaged the locker rooms. It has also destroyed all the equipment in the jumbotron room, according to the Calgary Sun.
Flames employees were told to stay away from the arena.
The Sun wrote on Twitter that the Flames are preparing to announce plans to build a new arena. The flooding will play a part in the talks.

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