The Upper Canadien
by The Upper Canadien on 04/10/11 at 07:04 PM ET
The leaders of Canada’s national parties, or two of them anyhow, are asking the media consortium that sets such things to move Thursday night’s debate, the second of only two. Why? Because it conflicts with the first game of the Montreal Canadiens-Boston Bruins first round series.
Now, some pundits are arguing that the NHL should have scheduled the playoffs around the debate. A fair argument, but, it’s also fair to point out that the NHL set the start of the NHL playoffs last June. So, really, wasn’t this debate about the debate an inevitable one?
Only in Canada.
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