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Calgary Flames fans: Show us your support and send us your photos

The eponymous flaming 'C' is popping up all over the city as Calgarians display their support for the Calgary Flames. Email, tweet, or Facebook us your photos showing us how you're backing our boys as they try to smoke the Anaheim Ducks and we will post them on our website.

Email, tweet or Facebook us photos that show your support for the Flames as they take on the Ducks

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      As the Calgary Flames try to turn around their series against the Anaheim Ducks at home on Tuesday night, signs of support for the team have popped up all over our city — from painted office windows and massive roadside flags, to a flaming 'C' that was built by the City of Calgary's welding and fabrication shop back in 1989. 

      Returning from Anaheim on Monday afternoon, Calgary Flames' head coach Bob Hartley says the team doesn't want to get even further behind in the series and hopes to get some confidence in front of a home crowd.

      "They're going to start chanting and we're going to hear them right from our locker room and we know the atmosphere that's going to be at our rink," he said. "It's up to us to take advantage of that energy and build a solid momentum."

      ​CBC Calgary has spotted splashes of red all over the city, but we're looking for more. Email your photos to calgaryphotos@cbc.ca, post them to our CBC Calgary Facebook page or tweet them to @CBCCalgary and we'll post them to our website.

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