Sutter’s youngest son Chris, who has Down syndrome, has been a mainstay at the Scotiabank Saddledome before. He was frequently seen hanging around the dressing rom area when Sutter was in the organization from 2002 to 2010. Then, when Sutter began coaching the Los Angeles Kings, Chris became a star on the then-Staples Center jumbotron as the local hype-man, bringing his dance moves to the screen to pump up the crowd.

That has continued at the Saddledome — Chris is frequently featured to generate energy and does so with his own unique flair.

“Obviously he’s a big part of the Flames family — Darryl and Chris, and their family,” Coleman said. “You want to make them feel loved and let them know we appreciate one another. It’s a small thing, wearing mis-matched socks but it does bring awareness.”

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