Found June 24, 2013 on Diehardsport:
The backup head of the Calgary Flames mascot, Harvey the Hound, was found floating in the flooded Scotiabank Saddledome and it looks gruesome.  I’m assuming that the rest of the spare hockey equipment, video room, weight room, etc all look just as bad as this.  Just a terrible start to the offseason for the Calgary Flames. Harvey the Hound's head was found floating in the middle of the Saddledome today as crews pump out an estimated 300,000,000 gallons of water — Eric Francis (@EricFrancis) June 24, 2013 Flames say bulk of 300 million gallons of water now pumped out of Dome. Oh, and the rest of Harvey the Hound's body still missing #yycflood — Eric Francis (@EricFrancis) June 24, 2013 Worker who found Harvey the Hound's floating head while cleaning Dome: "It scared the hell out of me. His eyes staring at me was creepy." — Eric Francis (@EricFrancis) June 24, 2013 300,000,000 gallons of water is just insane. [Eye on Hockey]
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