Snow's family performs ceremonial puck drop before Flames

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Snow's family performs ceremonial puck drop before Flames

The Snow family helped start the Calgary Flames' season in a special way on Wednesday. Late Flames executive Chris Snow's wife, Kelsie, and kids, Cohen and Willa, performed the ceremonial puck drop before Calgary's home opener against the Winnipeg Jets at Scotiabank Saddledome. The former Flames vice president of hockey operations and assistant general manger died Sept. 30 after a four year battle with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis ALS. Kelsie, Cohen and Willa sported personalized Calgary jerseys as they dropped the puck between Flames captain Mikael Backlund and Jets captain Adam Lowry. #SnowyStrong The family received a standing ovation from the crowd https://www.flamesprostore.com/lucas-ciona-jersey. Before the ceremony, Cohen fist bumped the Flames before and after warmups. Cohen Snow sent the boys out for warm ups Cohen Snow, keeping tabs on warm ups 'This community has supported us so much over the last four and half yearsI really can't express how much that has meant to us to feel like in the city that you live everybody is behind you whether you know them or not,' Kelsie told Sportsnet during an intermission interview. 'So, I knew that that was going to be overwhelming and I just told the kids to just look around and soak it up and think about how many people their dad touched and how many people care about them. ' Related Content Snow's death brings outpouring of love, support from hockey communityOct 01, 2023Snow, Flames assistant general manager, dies of ALS at 42Oct 01, 2023Snow's young son reads out Flames starting lineupJan 22, 2023 https://www.flamesprostore.com/nazem-kadri-jersey

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