Judge In Canada Intervenes In Custody Battle Beverly and Donald McLeod divorced after 35 years. The big question: Who would keep the hockey tickets. The couple owns two season tickets to the Edmonton Oilers NHL games.

Judge In Canada Intervenes In Custody Battle

Judge In Canada Intervenes In Custody Battle

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Beverly and Donald McLeod divorced after 35 years. The big question: Who would keep the hockey tickets. The couple owns two season tickets to the Edmonton Oilers NHL games.

DAVID GREENE, HOST:

Good morning. I'm David Greene. A judge had to intervene in a custody battle in Canada. Beverly and Donald MacLeod divorced after 35 years. The big question was who would keep the hockey tickets? The couple owns two season tickets to Edmonton Oilers games. Beverley wanted joint custody of the seats, and she won. The judge laid out this plan for how the couple will divvy-up games. They do not have to actually sit together watching hockey. That would have been a stick-ing point. It's MORNING EDITION.

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