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From the unofficial Department of Silliness:

Hockey players in four countries will lace up today to protest inaction on climate change, which they say threatens the future of their game.”Save hockey, stop climate change,” will be the slogan for participants in Halifax, Quebec City, Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto, Winnipeg, Edmonton, Vancouver, Whitehorse, and Fort Smith, N.W.T.

Games also are planned in the United States, Sweden, and Austria.

“Climate change is the biggest threat to hockey since the NHL labour talks,” Mike Hudema, of the U.S. environmental group Global Exchange, said in a news release yesterday….

Tell you what, Mike. You lefties get rid of labor unions, and we’ll talk about Kyoto.

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