Where you can watch the gold-medal game in Calgary

For hockey fans looking to head out to watch the gold medal game, here is a list of bars open in Calgary.
Bars in Alberta will be opening their doors extra early Sunday, just in time for patrons to cheer on the gold-medal men's hockey final. (Katherine Holland/CBC)

Team Canada fans searching for camaraderie and some suds Sunday morning will now be able to watch the game on a bar stool, sitting shoulder-to-shoulder with other super fans.

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On Friday, the Alberta Gaming and Liquor Commission confirmed all licensed establishments in the province were authorized to serve and open at 5 a.m. Sunday – just in time for the gold-medal final game in men's hockey. 

The following Calgary bars will be opening their doors to hockey fans bright and early Sunday:

  • Sam's Bar and Grill (1167 Kensington Cres. N.W.)
  • Cowboys Dance Hall (421 12th Ave. S.E.)
  • 80th & Ivy (1127 17th Ave. S.W.)
  • Metropolitan Grill (318 Eighth Ave. S.W.)
  • Kensington Pub (207 10A St. N.W.)
  • Ship & Anchor Pub (534 17th Ave. S.W.)
  • CRAFT Beer Market ( 345 10th Ave. S.W.)
  • Roosevelt (933 17th Ave. S.W.)
  • Brewsters McKenzie Towne (100 11 McKenzie Towne Ave. S.E.)
  • Original Joes (seven Calgary locations)
  • Tilted Kilt (501 17th Ave. S.W.)
  • Jamesons Pubs (17th Ave. S.W. and Brentwood locations)
  • Broken City Calgary (613 11th Ave. S.W.)
  • Brasserie Kensington (1131 Kensington Rd. N.W.)
  • National on 10th (341 10th Ave. S.W.)
  • Oak Tree Tavern (124 10 St. N.W.)
  • Pig and Duke (1312 12th Ave. S.W.)
  • Point and Feather (187-2515 90th Ave. S.W.)
  • Rose & Crown Calgary (1503 Fourth St. S.W.)
  • Kildares Ale House (1202-19369 Sheriff King Street S.W.)
  • WURST Calgary (2437 Fourth St. S.W.)