Thursday, June 01, 2006

City Of Champions Flush With Success

The hockey hooligans are garnering all the attention, but some other irregular events have been occurring in our fine city, lately. From an EPCOR press release:

Water consumption patterns during recent playoff games featured some of the most dramatic swings in water use ever seen in Edmonton. While play was underway - and at key moments in the game - water flow rates in Edmonton and the Capital Region dropped by millions of litres below normal. During intermissions, water flow rates soared millions of litres above normal.

Oilers vs. Ducks: Game 3

Oilers vs. Ducks: Game 4

Oilers vs. Ducks: Game 5

PDF of these images, here.


At 12:35 AM, Blogger sacamano said...

That is awesome!

At 8:20 AM, Blogger Kirks said...

If that isn't proof that the entire city is watching the hockey game, I don't know what is.


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