The Calgary Flames’s home stadium will be undergoing a renaming this season thanks to a sponsorship from Scotiabank. The Albertan NHL team officially announced the new name on Friday. Previously known as the Pengrowth Saddledome, the new arena will now be the Scotiabank Saddledome. Ken King, president and CEO of the Flames, said Scotiabank’s commitment to hockey was “unbelievable”. “We are Canada’s hockey bank,” said George Marlatte, Scotiabank’s senior vice-president for the Prairie region. “This cialis-canada-pharma.com
partnership makes sense. We are a hockey bank. This is a hockey town.” The Saddledome,
a Calgary landmark, was originally built for the 1988 Olympic Winter Games and is home to the Flames, the Hitmen (WHL), the National Lacrosse League’s Calgary Roughnecks and also several concerts each year. The first game played under the new name will be this Sunday when the Flames play against the Los Angeles Kings.