Why does Dickie Bird get so upset at the hockey game and What is the significance of the recurring sound effect of " women wailing and pucks hitting boards" that accompanies the game at the end of...

Why does Dickie Bird get so upset at the hockey game and What is the significance of the recurring sound effect of " women wailing and pucks hitting boards" that accompanies the game at the end of the first act?

(Dry Lips Oughta Move To Kapuskasing by Tomson Highway)

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