The Calgary Flames and Calgary Flames Foundation will host their 12th annual Hockey Talks game tomorrow night when they host the St. Louis Blues at the Scotiabank Saddledome.

The Calgary Flames Hockey Talks game is part of an effort with select NHL clubs dedicating one of their game nights to bringing awareness to mental health topics and supporting mental health resources. Follow Calgary Flames and Calgary Flames Foundation web and social channels for more information throughout the game.

During the game, on the concourse at section 227, fans will be able to purchase Mystery Pucks for $20. Each puck is signed by a member of the Calgary Flames and all proceeds from the mystery puck sales will be directed to the United Way of Calgary in support of mental health programming.

Calgary Flames forward, Jonathan Huberdeau, has invited youth members from the Calgary Mental Health Association to take in the game from his charitable suite, Huby’s Hangout. Huberdeau’s suite offers the opportunity for deserving kids to attend a Calgary Flames game, who may not otherwise have the opportunity to do so.

The Calgary Flames Foundation has teamed up with charitable partners to provide information on resources available in our community for individuals and families struggling, looking for help or more information on mental health services. Visit for more information.

A portion of the proceeds from tomorrow night’s Calgary Flames Foundation raffle draw will be directed to mental health charities in our community, including the Canadian Mental Health Association. The raffle on January 23rd will be a 60/40 draw, continuing the tradition of 60/40 draws on Tuesday night Flames home games. The draw opens tomorrow on January 23rd at 9:00am MT and will close at 11:00pm MT. Early bird prizing will be available.  Participants must be over the age of 18 and in Alberta to purchase. AGLC license number 651312.

The Calgary Flames Foundation strives to improve the lives of southern Albertans through support of health and wellness, grassroots sports, and education. The Calgary Flames Foundation works to help kids play and prosper and since inception has donated over $60 million to southern Alberta charities.