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It seems like the fans have forgiven the Calgary Flames if the turnout at the last day of training camp, at Canada Olympic Park, is anything to go by. The Fans packed the veiwing area at the Winsport ice complex on Jan. 19, 2012.

 
 
 
 
<div id="page1">Head coach Bob Hartley talks about a drill with the team at the last training camp. It seems like the fans have forgiven the Calgary Flames if the turnout at Canada Olympic Park, is anything to go by. The Fans packed the viewing at the Winsport ice complex on Jan. 19, 2012.</div>
 

Head coach Bob Hartley talks about a drill with the team at the last training camp. It seems like the fans have forgiven the Calgary Flames if the turnout at Canada Olympic Park, is anything to go by. The Fans packed the viewing at the Winsport ice complex on Jan. 19, 2012.

Photograph by: Lorraine Hjalte, Calgary Herald

 
<div id="page1">Head coach Bob Hartley talks about a drill with the team at the last training camp. It seems like the fans have forgiven the Calgary Flames if the turnout at Canada Olympic Park, is anything to go by. The Fans packed the viewing at the Winsport ice complex on Jan. 19, 2012.</div>
It seems like the fans have forgiven the Calgary Flames, including Alex Tanguay, if the turnout at the last day of camp, at Canada Olympic Park, is anything to go by.
It seems like the fans have forgiven the Calgary Flames, including Mark Giordano, if the turnout at the last day of camp, at Canada Olympic Park, is anything to go by.
It seems like the fans have forgiven the Calgary Flames, including Cory Sarich and Dennis Wideman,  if the turnout at the last day of camp, at Canada Olympic Park, is anything to go by.
It seems like the fans have forgiven the Calgary Flames, including one of the newest members Sven Baertschi,  if the turnout at the last day of camp, at Canada Olympic Park, is anything to go by.
It seems like the fans have forgiven the Calgary Flames, including Blair Jones,  if the turnout at the last day of camp, at Canada Olympic Park, is anything to go by. T
It seems like the fans have forgiven the Calgary Flames, including head coach Bob Hartley, if the turnout at the last day of camp, at Canada Olympic Park, is anything to go by. The Fans packed the veiwing area at the Winsport ice complex on Jan. 19, 2012.
One of the newest Flames Sven Baertschi, takes to the ice. It seems like the fans have forgiven the Calgary Flames if the turnout at the last day of camp, at Canada Olympic Park, is anything to go by. The Fans packed the ice at the Winsport ice complex on Jan. 19, 2012.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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