This week, Bill Hayes and Don Landry sink their teeth into a wide range of topics. Bryant Gumbel’s comments about racism in NBA collective bargaining, the lack of focus in the Occupy Toronto protests, even Shia LaBeouf’s reported troubles in Vancouver. As well, they discuss the accomplishments of the late columnist, Earl McRae, and argue over whether an elderly barber in Nova Scotia should get more money from a guy who bought his antique hockey stick from him.
2 Mill for this hockey stick? Wonder how much the snowshoes are worth….
Segment 1 – Bryant Gumbel. Racial overtones in NBA collective bargaining? Nonsense.
Segment 2 – “Occupy Toronto.” What the hell are you trying to say?!
Segment 3 – Don Cherry’s apology. Arron Asham’s apology. And complaints that the NHL is turning into a touch hockey league.
Segment 4 – The plight of injured Leaf Centre Tim Connolly and the hot start for Phil Kessel.
Segment 5 – A Nova Scotia barber sold an antique hockey stick to someone for a thousand dollars. Now, it’s been appraised at 2 million. Should the buyer share the profits? Bill says: “Tough luck.” Don says: “Pony up the dough.”
Segment 6 – The great Earl McRae. Don and Bill share warm memories of the columnist/broadcaster who passed away last weekend. And some funny Earl stories, too.
Segment 7 – Trending on Twitter. Is that ever good? Not for Shia LaBeouf.