On Haydar and gaydar
Today's Detroit Free Press has an interesting story where various members of the Red Wings are asked for their thoughts on the lack of gay NHLers. Here's Chris Chelios:
"I don't see people coming out and saying, 'I'm not gay,' so to me, I never got that. To me, it's a nonissue. I don't understand it; why there are gay marches. Why aren't there not-gay marches?"Most of the other Wings have, shall we say, more measured responses, including Jason Williams:
"It'd be difficult (to come out while playing), I think," he said. "There are stupid guys around the league that would say things that would be inappropriate to him and stuff like that. But I'm sure if he could block that out, he could play."Adam Proteau also offered these thoughts at Globe on Hockey last week.
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