Calgary Flames co-owner Murray Edwards told a group at the NHL’s board of governors meeting that he isn’t optimistic about his team’s chances of getting a new arena.

The Flames are seeking a new arena with construction costs partially fronted from Calgary public funds. Calgary mayor Naheed Nenshi — who was just re-elected in October — and the City of Calgary, however, don’t want to dip into public funds to build a new home for the Flames leaving both sides at an impasse.

Edwards’ comments suggests the stalemate between the Flames and the city very much remains in effect.

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Source:: Sportsnet.ca

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