AM 640 radio personality and co-host of the “Bill Watters Show”, Greg Brady, will be taking part in this year’s Ride To Conquer Cancer benefiting the Campbell Family Institute at the Princess Margaret Hospital.
Participants will cycle from Toronto to Niagara Falls over the weekend of June 12-13 in an effort to raise awareness for, and donations toward, the ongoing development of research, instructional practices, and compassionate care at the renowned Princess Margaret, one of the top five cancer research hospitals in the world.
I’m going to take a moment to depart from hockey talk, and encourage readers and fellow bloggers to join our friends at Toronto Sports Media in their open challenge to raise unprecedented Barilkosphere support for The Ride To Conquer Cancer.
From June 13-14, registered cyclists (including AM 640′s Greg Brady) will ride 200km in two days from Toronto to Niagara Falls. Donations will support research, teaching, and compassionate care at the Princess Margaret Hospital, one of the top cancer research hospitals in the world.
Last night, in another rare occurrence, Philadelphia Phantoms tough guy, Garrett Klotz, fought the Manchester Monarchâ€™s enforcer, Kevin Westgarth, on the drop of the opening faceoff. It began at center ice, but after a few punches back and forth in an even affair, it shifted towards the Monarchâ€™s bench. It was then that Westgarth landed some heavy rights, including a few uppercuts, and Klotz went down. He immediately began convulsing and medical staff rushed over to aid the 20 year old.
The Toronto Star is reporting that Jonas Frogren and Mike Van Ryn are with the Leafs on their west coast trip, and that both have been skating well.
It is also being reported that Jason Blake (listed as headaches even though we all know it is post-concussion syndrome) is ready to play, and that Matt Stajan is winning The War On The Flu Bug.
Quote of the Week
“I feel great … I’m as normal as I’m ever going to be.”
- Jason Blake, talking about his recovery from an upper body injury.