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"A lot of families are dealing with a lot of emotional things, being evacuated out of their places. "Hopefully we can come out here and put on a good performance on Friday night and give the fans something to take their minds away from what theyre dealing with personally." Representatives from the Canadian Red Cross will be on hand at McMahon Stadium on Friday night to collect donations for the flood relief effort. "It has been an extremely difficult week for the city of Calgary and our hearts truly go out to all the people who have been displaced and affected by the flood," said Calgary coach and general manager John Hufnagel. "This is an incredibly challenging time for so many Calgarians. This football team is looking forward to providing a little boost to our city for a few hours Friday night at McMahon Stadium. "I know the Stampeder fans are very avid fans that have been waiting for this all off-season." B.C. coach Mike Benevides offered up his condolences to those who were affected by the flooding. "I obviously want to let everybody in Calgary know that were certainly thinking about them and our thoughts and prayers are with them," Benevides said. "My hope is (Friday) night we give them three hours of distraction and an exciting game."Running back Jon Cornish said that he expects the atmosphere at McMahon to be extremely emotional leading up to the opening kickoff. "What happened here in Calgary has hurt so many peoples lives a killed people," Cornish said. "If theres one thing we can do tomorrow to help this city, its win." Cornish added that it wont be an easy task for Calgary against a tough B.C. defence, but that the Stampeders are up for the challenge. "They have a huge amounnt of experience back there and their defensive line is quite impressive," Cornish said. Wholesale Air Max 97. . 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Its a great way for us to focus in and see what weve got early." Calgary quarterback Drew Tate, whos looking to rebound from an injury-plagued 2012 season, said he cant wait to take to the field on Friday night to play in front of a packed house. "I think were all really excited about this opportunity not only just for ourselves and our team but for the city also," Tate said. Meanwhile, the Lions will be out to avenge a 34-29 setback at home to Calgary last November in the West Final. "You do remember the last game you played and it was a bittersweet one," said B.C. quarterback Travis Lulay. "Calgary came into our place and earned that one. It just teaches you if you havent been humbled yet in sports that you earn every single win. "We found that out in playoffs the hard way. Thats sports. Youve got to come back. Youve got to have a short memory." Lulay added that the Lions will definitely have their work cut out for them against the Stamps. "We have a ton of respect in our locker room for this Calgary football team and rightfully so," Lulay said. "This is a great test for us. We just want to go out and see if all the hard work we put in at camp can be used on game day." ' ' '

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