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Introduction

Tonight on Biped Radio: the Hockey Episode.



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An Innocent at Rinkside

Nobel Prize Novelist William Faulkner saw his first hockey game near the end of his life. The New York Rangers vs the Montreal Canadiens at Madison Square Gardens. Afterward, Mississippi-born Faulkner recorded his impressions of the scene for Sports Illustrated.



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music iconKonami by Apparat Organ Quartet

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The Neverending Saga

1996 was the last year Winnipeg had a professional hockey team. Their Jets had been moved south to Arizona where no one cared about hockey. Though demoralizing for many Winnipeggers, folks gradually accepted it. Only a few crazies still held on to the idea that Winnipeg could have a team again one day. Then it happened. 15 years later, the Jets came back.

Sam Hagenlocher wrote a children's story for adults about one of the most heartwarming stories in sports.



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music iconConcerto No. 4 in F minor, Op. 8, RV 297, "L'inverno" by Vivaldi

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Before Safety Was Invented

Lyndon Froese tells a story about how he lied to the other kids about why he was wearing a helmet when he was young.



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music iconMathematics by Les Jupes

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Zen and the Art of Skate Sharpening

Norwood Shoe Repair in Winnipeg
You can use the coin-op machine to get your skates sharpened at the rink, or you can go to the master, Winnipeg legend Dan Danchuck from Norwood Shoe Repair.

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Beefs & Bouquets

Sam Hagenlocher, the Biped editor
Lyndon Froese gives Sam Hagenlocher, the Biped editor, a phone call to get his two cents.

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Would you rather listen to someone talking to a pet in a baby voice or listen to people talk about hockey?


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music iconToday We're Believers by Royal Canoe

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A Joke by Emily

Emily Christie
Biped's Emily Christie tells one of her famous jokes: "Do you know how many goalies can jump higher than the crossbar?"

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music icon100 Hours by Tom Keenan

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Over Time

Canada's men's hockey team at the 2010 Olympics
Joe Johnson, not one to be interested in sports, was captivated by the men's hockey final at the 2010 Olympics – Canada vs. USA. Joe was home with his family, watching the game when in the second intermission his father unexpectedly announced he was leaving their mother and moving out. Then they watched the third period.

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We said our emotional good-byes... there was much to ponder... so we all sat down together and watched the third period...



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Credits




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On this episode, stories of Canada's national winter pastime.