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"bell center" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Off the ice and how we prepares its special. We're getting a moment of silence in the building The passing up Mattis Kivlan Cus, The 24 year old goaltender for the Columbus Blue Jackets, was very sad news that Hockey world woke up to this morning. After watching eight family. He suffered a severe head injury yesterday in Slovakia, his home country and we know will recognize a moment of silence for the passing of Mattis Blancas. The commissioner and now the singing up tonight's national anthems from Bell Center in front of Game four of the Stanley Cup finals. Please rise. Remove your hands camp for the singing of the National Anthony, by mark of you accompanied on the organ budget can be born. Oh, say, can you t by the answer Lie who are so proud? Lovely. We held how the twilight Last believing boost brushed rides and bright stars to the barrow Love. Five right for the right and parts. We you are watch who were so gallant, please reeling. Am the Rockets race to the heavens. First E.
"bell center" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Came four between the Tampa Bay Lightning in the Montreal Canadians feature off counters back off right wing crows it run off of a defender and handle the Montreal man. Tonight's game is brought to you by Discover Card. We believe a better tomorrow as possible for everyone discover something brighter. Now live from the Bell Center in Montreal. Here are John Colours and Joe Micheletti. In a place steeped in history, where the National Hockey League is concerned some historical opportunities tonight. The Tampa Bay Lightning with a three games to none lead in the Stanley Cup final over the Montreal Canadians as Joe Micheletti and John Ahlers join you tonight here from the Bell Center. Canadians have trailed in the Stanley Cup final Joe only one time before this, it goes back to 1952, a series in which they never lead and would ultimately be swept by the Detroit Red Wings. But it has been that long since they have found themselves in this position in a Stanley Cup final. It has not dimmed the hopes of 3500 or so as we're thinking here, tell, waving, screaming and Light, saber waving fans at Bell Center, but it is a very, very steep hill that they're Canadians must climb, however, when Dominique Ducharme and the coaching staff from Montreal, look at it, That's not how they're approaching. It isn't well, it's not because they've been so they've been through so much as a team, uh, that they just feel that they can overcome. Any type of obstacle, and that's the approach they are taking to this game. They're not looking at this as well. We have to win four. They're looking at this is let's win a game and then let's win one more. And let's try to take it that way. Business like Don't get too overly emotional state lose. Um, they had fun at practice yesterday. They worked on special teams, so it's an attitude that They've used.
"bell center" Discussed on The Current
"A cbc podcast well. It's nail biting time in montreal as the has looked to bring lord stanley's cup north of the border for the first time in almost three decades but the montreal canadians trail the defending stanley cup champion. Tampa bay lightning 3-nil as we get set for game four tonight to people who still think perhaps can repeat the magic of nineteen ninety-three join me now lynch ally a self-proclaimed hab superfan store dash is one of the partners mcclain's pub just a short walk away from the mail center. Good morning to you both. Good morning lyn. I hear you managed to gate to get tickets to friday night's game. Tell me what was it like walking into the bell centre that night. I've got to share it with my eight and a half year old son. 'cause we can season ticket holders for a while now and the heart pounding pandemonium inside and outside it was pretty overwhelming but it was pretty awesome and it was cool to be able to share it with the little guy. Who's a huge hockey fan and hockey player to boot. Okay so now. What was it like walking out of the bell center after the game. Well you know it was pretty calm. People were still you know. I've as compared to some other playoff series. I've attended and some you know some other times when the haves to has fortunes didn't look so great. I found that people were still relatively upbeat now. Whether that's because of the prevailing feeling that You know that they weren't even supposed to make it this far. So let's celebrate while we still can or the fact that this team has pulled miracles out of its collective hat before. Perhaps they're going to do it again. but it was. It was sad but it wasn't defeated. Which was actually a welcome relief. The long-suffering hat fan. I'm with you. I'm a montreal or have been suffering for a while too. So we're all in this together a stewart. Tell me about the the crowd. You're pub on friday night and it. Just give me a sense of the mood. And how important the hab stanley cup run has been to the city of montreal. Well i think In general for the city of montreal. This just been incredible. The with vaccine rollout never coming into play Bars reopening in restaurants reopening. It just worked at well at our place Electric it was the our capacities louder than three or four times capacity. It was so loud beautiful wonderful experience for you. Know in store for non sports fans out there..
"bell center" Discussed on ESPN Daily
"Or whatever it's been so you know it but you like to see i mean what would be better than seeing a bell center sold out the crowd rocky and i could tell you they get one game like that. It would make a huge difference for that team You know. I remember my first experience going to the bell centre and playing a playoff game where it was fallen. I get out on the ice in a warm-up in their streaming and cheering the whole time. During warmup and like the pucks are like moving on the ice. And it's like that's that's the energy there's it's it's a really really cool place to play and i don't think there's ever been a game in the history of the time that i was in montreal where i didn't have my legs at the bell centre at a lot of that has to do with the energy in the building. So would that make a difference for players. I'm sure it would. I am one to know a thing. Or two about droughts because my baseball team had the longest in the history of sports and finally got to break it so it hasn't been that long for montreal but it feels like a really long time last winning the stanley cup in ninety three. And that's the last time. A canadian team won the cup. So i know this sounds crazy. 'cause they're all rivals but at some point. Does the entire country of canada. Want the haves to win to take it back from the americans or they're just too many rivalries amongst all the canadian teams allegedly allegedly. I heard that in in the media. I've heard it in different outlets. But i tell you this league fans do not wanna see montreal canadian's when the cop and you know i can tell you that there's no way there's no way they can try to spin a positive on it to say. Oh yeah we're happy. Canadian team won but real fans. Don't wanna see their rival teams hoisting the stanley cup. So i think that we have to be very careful and mindful of where some of these rumors coming from about all canadians wanting to see avia gene win. I think that the real canadian fans for their teams especially in toronto toronto vancouver but especially toronto. I don't see fans wanting to see montreal canadian's Lift us daily gump. I just don't see it. I want to know what to expect from these teams in game two tonight in tampa because like you said anything goes and playoff hockey. What do you expect though from game to montreal. You don't wanna go home down to nothing to a team like champa it's You know. I think to be able to skill one in tampa could change the series a little bit But how you went is so important. I think that they're going to need some potluck against tampa they're just such a good team So i think that you're gonna see montreal. Really played their best game in game two. They're going to have to ratchet it up and it's going to be difficult because montreal's a team that has success on their speed. They play with a lot of speed and pace upfront. There ford's forechecking but tampa has got just as much if not more and you know i just. I hadn't seen that happen to montreal. Throughout the whole play offs. I hadn't seen you know players being able to match their speed up fraud and i think tampa has the ability to match speed if not faster than montreal in a sixty minute game and For montreal they're going to have to try to play a little bit smarter with the buck and managing not to give any opportunities. You just can't afford to give him any rush opportunities big one tonight for the hab thank you. Pk for coming on. I'll be sure to look for your next time outside a club wearing flip flops bummed out there i can make a call perfect rate continue okay up next and dak prescott opens up about the importance of mental health. Goodyear knows when the season starts heating up so to the possibilities. Play off. Hopefuls are beginning to emerge and contenders are solidifying their position from here on out every game as a chance to create momentum to make the right past the right move to hit the perfect shot it takes momentum to build up to the moment but it takes everything to capture it. Goodyear more driven. Here's another story. I want you to know for a long time the. Nfl didn't seem like a place for sharing once dark moments. Admitting to struggles asking for help it was weak or soft to express your feelings and the nfl was a place for toughness a place that valued only the most extreme and stereotypical expressions of what it was to be a man just last year. We got a reminder. That sport isn't always a welcoming place for honesty in september cowboy's quarterback dak prescott. I opened up about the effects of the pandemic on his mental health and the death by suicide of his older brother. Jas the response from at least one. High profile sports media talking head was to criticize what he considered as an admission of weakness from prescott and a lack of sympathy for struggles. Yes the backlash was swift evidence of our progress on the issue but the fact remains there is still stigma surrounding mental health. Prescott recently sat down with sage steele to share more. You have talked openly about just that roller coaster ride that you were on emotionally. I mean understandably so with cova. How'd you pull yourself back up. My brother jas. He pulled me out of it as a big brother. Does i guess. And i was going through depression anxiety and the said i was learning like what it was and was talking to friends and like trying to figure out why was filling the way i was but because i was isolated was because i wouldn't be able to be around the people that i wanted to and make a daily impact or just beat able to smile and ask them how their day wasn't making better cova took that away from all of us so i mean i was asleep and It was tough. Did you talk to him about that. Takes my brothers like man. I'm struggling with this isolation thing right and he writes back. I'm here for you and my other brother. You know saying love you. Let me know if you need me. So i was almost like. Why don't wanna put my pain and my my depression and anxiety on them and jas no he. He's my he was my best friend. I mean teddy bear And that's exactly what he was. He was the comforting one. Yeah i mean to a week later. Finding that news out was yeah tough. What happened to jas. Yeah my brother. Last year. In the middle of the night i mean. Wanna say to around two o'clock in the morning his life and i mean just was devastating and to wake up the next day to my dad. Waking me up on this will never forget it. There's things in moments and emotions and situations in your life you'll never forget that exact fillon and that was one of them being awakened by my dad with literally must support system there to help me grieve and i realized at that moment. I told my friends and family that was around. That day is guys we gotta talk. We've gotta talk to one another. Because i didn't know he was feeling that we didn't know he was like that right and i even tried to be vulnerable to them. And but that's it it's not easy and that's why i come out and own front of the mental awareness thing and tell people men women powerful not powerful. Whatever you are we've gotta talk and it's an obligation for all of us to listen and to help in recent years the league and its players have realized prioritizing mental. Health isn't a distraction. It's a necessity in two thousand nineteen the nfl and nfl. Pa enacted a joint behavioral health agreement expanding existing resources available to players mandating team specific mental health emergency action.
Canadiens Return to Cup Final After 3-2 OT Win Over Vegas
"Archery likens overtime goal gave the Montreal Canadiens a three two win over the Vegas golden knights in game six of bell centre look at it took a failed to go past a minute thirty nine into the extra frame depositing the deciding marker over the shoulder of golden knights netminder robin letter biggest defenseman Alec Martinez of the game to overtime scoring the tying goal early in the third period Shea Weber and Cole Caufield scored the other had schools as much real advances to the final for the first time since they last hosted the Cup nineteen ninety three I'm John lottery
"bell center" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Say big when you bundle your auto home, motorcycle, RV or boat. Visit. Progressive dot com. Montreal to Vegas 12 periods in the books for game number six from the Bell Center, and the ABS are 20 minutes away from doing something they haven't done in 28 years, staring At the Stanley Cup final, but that's a long 20 minutes ahead in the first period. Shea Weber, captain of the have scored on the power play unassisted at 14 06 for one to nothing. Montreal lead Vegas came right back 48. Seconds later, Riley Smith with a tipping of a Shea Theodore shot his third of the postseason at 14 54 William Karlsson also assisting on that one, and it was a 11 tie. It was only the second goal. From the night's top two lines. In this entire series Second period, Montreal's Tyler Folding went off for a two minute hooking at 3 15. The Hobbs killed off their 29th straight power of play, and then their goalie came up Big Lesar sends it in for Carlson. Heels off the boards fresh off the bench at Smith and a big safe carry price and a penalty coming up to Montreal. My tree Ah, when I'm the went off for two minutes cold. Caufield then had his best opportunity of the hockey game on the PP. Erik Gustafsson drops it off the late man with speed as Suzuki. He'll just drive it in off the boards. Caufield got to it in a big, safe bike robin letter who came out And cut the angle. That's a set play the dumping off the end boards and the speed of Caufield makes it work. Well, they call them Gold Caulfield for a reason. He didn't score there. But he did just moments later. Overall under 10% just four of 42 on those power play numbers. I'm sure they're thinking about odds right now. Las Vegas, baby, You're always thinking about odds. Caufield trying to Kurt turn the corner and he scores. As he goes upstairs short side.
Toffoli's OT Goal Leads Canadiens to Series Sweep of Jets
"Tyler Toffoli school a minute thirty nine seconds overtime propelled the Canadians to a three two win over the jets at bell centre sweeping Winnipeg enforce strict to fully wired a one time snapshot just below the faceoff circle to beat Connor Hellebuyck in the gym school one realtor to nothing lead after the first period before jets defenceman Logan Stanley scored his first two postseason goals to even the score after two periods I have the best of the semis for the first time since twenty fourteen and await the winner of the Colorado Vegas series control of the
Canadiens Rout Jets 5-1 to Take 3-0 Series Lead
"The Canadians have a commanding three games to none service lead after downing the jets five wild at the bell centre special teams getting it done for the habs on this night particularly the fourth line yeah well our meal the former judge on a line with veterans Eric Staal and Corey Perry had a pair of short handed goals and finished with a three point not very ordinary love Canada Nick Suzuki how the other Montreal goals I will not worry was the only chance to beat Carrick trunks game boards of Montreal Monday not I'm John of the
"bell center" Discussed on Let's Get Civical
"Two billion dollars which is more than forty billion dollars today. In only six weeks this is all coming from smithsonian magazine from the article by stephen freed treasury secretary william mcadoo. Who is the home for me. Did and there for me i did. Who was the son in law. My condolences of woodrow wilson and his propaganda advisers. The committee on public information decided to ring the bell to raise money. They would ring it even if it meant that the more emblematic crack in political history would split the rest of the way and leave a two thousand eighty pound pile of metal shards. Oh my god. I feel like there has to be another way. There's got to be a better way. The moment after they rang liberty bell. Every other bell in the nation would be sounded to signal a national flash mob to head to the bank and buy war bonds. I mean okay. that's kind of jazzy. To be like a wheel ring the liberty ball bursts than all the bells in all the cities. It all states of all of the united states will ring like okay jazzy. A coordinated effort on like you know back in this is like early. Nineteen ten's right. Yes nineteen seventeen. Yeah like a coordinated effort to ring all these bells like now. We could just be like two hundred eighty degree character. Tweet ringing all the bells go by go by war guy. But i love this idea of like ring the bell to tell people to go buy-war-bonds it's great. It's a plan it's plan they had they land. It's jazzy director of development. Really thought this went through. They did as smith stepped up to the bell with a small golden hammer. Telegraph irs in philadelphia and washington. Dc awaited their cue to alert the thousands of their fellow americans standing by churches fire stations and schoolyards. Any place with an active belltower. lots of. They're like go ring. Wonder at the telegraph was ring agreement. Asian point rindt bring however you do telegraphs in two thousand and three. It was relocated to the newly built liberty bell center which is part of independence national historic park. Some two million people visit the bell each year. I love that i do. I love this. I love like she purpose. They tried to use her for good. Sure they instead of lightly didn't move her during world war one. You know it's like okay. We'll come to you. Yes and we'll sort of like expand out from you being the central location. Yes but we're not gonna just traipse around the nation. No because you know you've got hand right because you've got condition issues and you know what you make sound sound travels so we can ring you where you are gorgeous. Great and then it's like you know it's the telephone game of bell ringing the great love so we've come to the point where we talk about the crack the infamous crack the around liberty. Mounding there is a lot of debate about all of the cracking about when it was cracked. How it was cracked when it was initially cracked. So we're gonna give you all of the opinions on it. So britannica writes quote that according to tradition. The bell cracked tolling for the funeral of chief justice john marshall in eighteen thirty five. Okay rhonda ram great. Okay that's there. They wrote that. That's their take on the situation. However stephen friedman has article for the smithsonian magazine argues that the cracked first appeared in eighteen. Forty four quote. The bell reportedly cracked after being rung for washington's birthday in eighteen forty four which seems to be the first mention of it's being cracked appeared that year in the philadelphia north american close quote. So he's basically saying like the first time somebody mentioned. Nobody's mentioned anywhere that it was. Yeah was that that was crying significant crack like you would think somebody would have put pen to parchment will the rap multiple times but like the crack like the big one. This is the becoming of the of the crag. This look perfect though right now. We're talking about like this. Particular section is talking about how i cracked there were it. Yeah the reason. The crack is so big is because it has cracked multiple times because they kept trying to use and abuse her in with her conditions. And we're talking about the initial crash. This is the initial solid as as a bell yes and then perhaps in eighteen thirty five or even as st us even his argued in eighteen. Forty four yeah. Something went wrong. Something went wrong however the constitution center says so here. We have a third opinion that no one knows today. When the bell was cracked one theory is the bell got its first crack and seventeen fifty two when it was tested upon its arrival in philadelphia. Okay so much earlier. yeah. I love yet. We talked about that. Yeah yep the national science foundation backs this up by saying quote. The bell had a difficult start. I mean don't we all know it was not hung for six months and when finally placed into position at the state house steeple in march of seventeen fifty three. The bell cracked on the first stroke of its clapper. That's coming from the national science foundation. Care some blamed flaws in the bells casting for the reason it cracks complained. The medal was too brittle white chapel. Who the it's the the white chapel bell foundries of the people who made the initial british bell that later got melted down their own. History describes the american reaction this way and if this does not us nothing as they did not appreciate that. Bell metal is brittle and relies on this to a great extent for its freedom of tone while so we just don't understand bells now we don't understand bells and were impatient. We don't like we were stupid like we just don't unders- totally fair. But i will say to. Why chapel. I do think that while the bell brittle metal of course it should also not crack. It should also not greg. I do wonder how they were ringing. It s like like. I just imagined that like we could have been doing it wrong. We could have been doing wrong like somebody from the white chapel. Bell foundry at some point foreshore told somebody at like the philadelphia. Statehouse that till like ring the bell just a one to side to side bam bam bam like like i can hear i can see it in my mind's eye but you know like americans were like we're fucking come on we've seen we definitely wrong easily. Yep so then a pan melting down for recasting that when they melted down the british bell. John pass and john stow tried to make the new bell less brittle by adding an ounce and a half of copper to each pound of material from the old bells. They tried to like firm harare. Give her substance. Make her strong ecorse. The result was less than spectacular. That is the nation's motto you dot s dot less than spec. I just feel like did. Nobody think about the shape of the bell like maybe it's not so much the metal but like maybe we need a less large bell. Are you talking about physics right. Maybe i think you're scientists say now i have taken some astronomy classes. Astronomy is in the stars. Yes i can see how that applies because it's physics. There's a lot of physics and astronomy. Of course there. Of course there is and that is what we needed. More astronomers in seventeen. Seventy six edna bell would not have gotten that crack though. It would have been much better so the result of john john. Snow bell was less than spectacular hung in april of seventeen fifty. Three the new bells tone displeased many. How soon afterward. It was sent back to passing snow from the national league. Really she sounds bad. At least two men are like fuck man..
"bell center" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"We are one week away from Election Day, a momentous week here in the United States, and it's a momentous hour here on the program because the voice that you just heard In that clip. From the recently completed Stanley Cup playoffs. It was a familiar one, too many hockey fans there he was calling the Tampa Bay Lightning Sze championship. And that man announced his retirement from broadcasting after 47 years of calling pro hockey. He did so earlier this month he has called 22 Stanley Cup finals. He has won eight Emmy Awards for sports play by play an all time record. He is the first broadcaster ever inducted into the U. S. Hockey Hall of Fame. And he's out with a new memoir called Off Mike. How a Kid From Basketball Crazy Indiana became America's NHL voice, and I would also add. He has been an idol of mine since I was a kid. So I am beyond thrilled and grateful to welcome to the program. Mike Doc Emmerich. Doc, What a pleasure. Guy. Thank you very much. Where were you? A kid. In what State? New Jersey. Ah, what part Northern Jersey, Bergen County and we actually met a handful of times all the way back in the day when you were calling Devils games. I'm a big Devils fan along with my dear friend who, you know very well. Dan Juve. And a few times in Chicago as well. When I was studying at Northwestern, and mostly, I've just been admiring your work from afar on TV, but in those few times that we have met, it's been a pretty special. And so I have to say is sort of this 12 punch. Recently where you announced your retirement from the broadcast booth, and there's this book coming out. I said, You know, we should maybe get him on the show. And we're just very glad that you were able to accommodate us. And I have to tell you, Doc, I read the book. Off Mike last night in its entirety cover to cover although I read it digitally, and I want to start here because you wrote at one point in the book. Quote. A broadcaster's strength is the stories he has collected along the way, and I think that's true. Really across our industry is particularly true in the sports world you have collected Quite a few stories in granular detail. You share quite a few of them in this book. I'm wondering as you were trying to Tear them down and boil them down. 2 272 pages. How did you decide in that curation process which stories and anecdotes were good enough or moving enough or juicy enough? To make the cut. Well, guy, I relied on the experience of Calvin Allen, who covered hockey in the USA today for 34 years. That's the advantage you have with a guy that gets the smaller print on the front cover that does all the heavy lifting, and that's what Kevin did He help me parrot down because for eight years I tried to write a book. And realized that I was still only going to be able to write a check book. If I didn't have professional help. I got it really fast. And in 18 months he had everything prepared down and he had done a lot of extra work to make this thing happened. He and I have even taught even this early about Maybe doing another book entitled What I forgot. That would be all the stuff that didn't make the cut that was still enticing enough that we think it might entertain people. One of the problems to guy when you're doing sort of an autobiography that really gets worked in with stories because I felt that Even the rural Indiana was a lovely place to grow up. It didn't necessarily have the lure that a lot of the stories would. And so Kevin and I tried to weave those in and out so that it would be entertaining for people. But I think one of the things that happens is you collect so many that you really feel like there's some that deserve to be in the book that never made it. And so maybe maybe we have. Ah, if if this one does OK and we We provide for enough hands on care of animals through the sale of this one that will be able to do another one. And that may very well be the title of it. What? I forgot what I left out. I don't know, because they're there are quite a few others. Well, I I formally and officially endorsed that plan here, and my audience perhaps can help make that happen by buying a copy of off Mike. And you just made reference to something that I think is special about this project. The proceeds of this book will go to animal related charities. And that's a cause that is deeply personal to you something that I sort of knew but didn't realise fully until I read off Mike. And Here's the thing. I have a dog. I absolutely adore him. Many people have Ah, Profound attachment for their pats. Your bond seems Particularly strong. You even wrote about a time where one of your ailing dogs I was in such bad shape that you couldn't bring yourself to work Olympic broadcast for NBC and how that was really taking a toll on you. What do you think? Drove that passion? How did that develop? And I wonder now that you've retired from broadcasting Might one of the upsides be, you'll have more time for bonding and spoiling of pets. Well, I think that's probably true, absolutely that there will be more time to devote to that and and also to causes that may benefit pets. We aren't involved in heavy organization in in working with veterinarians and volunteers. Andi. It's not anything that there's a tax write off on it is sensing where there are difficulties that can be rectified anonymously by just slipping a cheque to somebody that Has a bill that needs to be paid. Well, it sounds like this is a book for hockey fans and animal lovers. And if you're both, then it's a no brainer. You write in the book that an interviewer never knows what question might elicit a memorable response. So I want to do a few rapid fire questions. You want to put you too much on the spot. We'll see how this goes. The first one is. Is there a favorite meal or restaurant in an NHL city that you would always crave and look forward going back, too? Yeah, And it's not not one of those exclusive wins and, um In the Faneuil Hall Mark Marketplace in Boston because you could get a really good Caesar salad there on the day of the game, and it was very quick and there was there was an Irish waiter there who work behind the bar. His name was wall. She and we used to talk about British football. He was a man City fan. So that was my favorite. I only because it was a place I like to go and write up the street was a place called Force, which closed on the final day of August the same day the Bruins were eliminated from the playoffs. I guess that's one that comes to mind. Alright, Caesar Cell in Boston. I did not have that one on the bingo card. But there you have it. What is the loudest building? You can remember calling games and where you could, you know, had to crank up the volume on your headset when you could barely hear yourself. Think. Forum in Montreal. Second Place Bell Center in Montreal. If they opened the doors to hours before the game, the standing room only people would get through the turnstiles screaming to run to their spots. It was on electricity beyond belief. Is there one event that you have witnessed or broadcast? If you had to choose one to go back in time and relive it one more time. What would it be? I guess the 2010 Olympics in Vancouver, the gold medal game between the United States Canada and ended with Canada winning an overtime, But it had a pit in my best thing about hockey. Uh, whether you had Ah, horse in the race, and most people in North America did But it was the outcome wasn't out In the final minute..
"bell center" Discussed on Mac OS Ken
"You know a speed like that. podcast might just play at one one and a half speed automatically thing of trading in your old apple device towards a new one. Last week would have been a better week to do that. macrumors says apple has slashed the estimated trade in value on a lot of its eligible gear including iphone IPAD. The MAC and Apple Watch iphone. Ten are lost one hundred dollars. MAXIMUM TRADE IN VALUE IPAD. Pro Law seventy maxon apple watches lost the least in fact some of those lost nothing. According to the report the only devices that have been spared reductions or the macbook pro. Mac WPRO MAC mini and Apple Watch series one two and three if your banking on more money macrumors things direct sailed individuals. Vigils is probably the best way to go on the other hand of convenience is you're saying a trade end service like apples is probably your friend if you've got an apple battery case for one of Twenty eight teens. IPHONES APPLE MAY WANNA swap out with you. Apple World Today says is the company has launched a Battery Case Replacement Program for Smart Battery Cases Designed for the iphone tennis tennis MACs and iphone. Ten are her apparently some of them experience charging issues which is pretty much the opposite of what you want from such device. According to the report Unaffected Smart Battery Case May Exhibit One or more of the following behaviors battery case will not charge or charges. Intermittently when plugged into the power battery case does not charge the iphone or charges. It intermittently you know charging issues. Well at least it's not setting things on fire. More information is available on apple site. Another apple not be plus project bites the dust. The Hollywood reporter says Oprah Winfrey has pulled out of a high profile documentary that is expected to premiere at the Sundance Film Festival this month and had been expected to run on Apple. TV plus emphasis on had according to the report Oprah Winfrey is stepping away from documentary that centered on a former music executive who has accused Russell Simmons of sexual misconduct and the statement Winfrey said. I have decided that I will no longer be executive producer on the untitled Kirby Dick and amy's earing documentary and it will not air on apple. TV plus first and foremost. I want it to be known that I unequivocally believe and support the women. Their stories deserve to be told and heard. In my opinion there is more work to be done on the film to illuminate the full scope of what the victims endured. And it has become clear that the filmmakers I why are not aligned in that creative vision there was more to her statement. The gist of the rest Winfrey doesn't think the film is ready to show. The filmmakers do synopses deal is with winfrey not the filmmakers. She gets a call. That shot apple appears to be growing its footprint and Canada. I'm more says the Cupertino Company is set to open the new office space in the Deloitte Tower in downtown Montreal. We all the peace has the site. The logic saying in March apple will open its space in the twenty six story. Deloitte Tower a stone's throw from the Bell Center home to the Montreal Canadians. Currently under construction apples office will occupy half a floor of the four hundred ninety five thousand square foot tower according to sources about ten thousand square feet apple is taking. It'll host employees from Apple's digital missile content and services division including Apple Music I tunes and Apple News according to more and finally today apple is marking Chinese New Year with a video and the video about that video nine to five. Mac says the Cooper Tino company has shared a shot on the iphone short film to celebrate the holiday called daughter. Apple describes the eight minute short as a film about three generations of Chinese women and coming together at Chinese New Year. Eight minutes for which apple spared. No expense daughter was directed by Theodore Melfi. He's directed such films as hidden figures. and Saint Vincent it was shot by Lawrence sure. He served as cinematographer or director of Photography Graffiti on such films as joker the hangover Dan in real life and plenty of others and it stars is use Zun sure in cloud atlas and a bunch of movies. I've never heard of. I'm not up on my Chinese cinema. Though apple says that she is China's leading actress. Yes I'd say. Apple spared no expense. Though the whole thing was shot on iphone. They probably get a pretty good deal on those. The video about the video is of course a making of video funny enough. It was shot on red. I'm kidding I feel fairly certain. It was shot on iphone as well the we may need a making of the making of video to know for sure built the video and the video about out. That video are available now on youtube before we part ways for the day I want to update you on something. I mentioned a couple of months ago and a few minutes ago. It was the last week about Tober when I said I was leaving. Mission log the Star Trek podcast. I was doing for the Roddenberry podcast network at work. At that point I created a new tier on my Patriot page. The test kitchen was opened patrons for as little as one dollar a month. I didn't know then what it was going to produce an I still don't but that started producing. I'll tell you what I'm going for right now. Basically I wanted to sound like you're dropping in on a conversation or maybe scanning the radio in the car finding this and listening for a few minutes until you get where you're going. I don't know yet what this is. I don't know what this will end up being but it starting adding comments or welcome though and ask you to give it a bit before you decide how it tastes. It's not done yet but at this week it is serving something.
"bell center" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"They have been systematically trading away or letting go guys who were going to cost them too much money. They're they're going straight rebuild. And and so I I understand why he is digging in his heels. I mean, it's it's hard to think about at his age starting over especially when you're likely not to get the kind of money that he's got right now. So now, the Rangers, you know, the Rangers might be able to talk to him. I don't know if he could be convinced. But if it's me, and I don't want to pick up and start over somewhere else. Why would I I worked hard for that contract? I totally agree with you. Gotta look at it like this. All right. So you had Mike Richter, right? The guy who when it was time to quit. Are you saying that Lundquist should quit? I must say you should quit. But I. I think he's being selfish. Men. They're the ones that gave the contract. That's a good point. Okay. That's definitely good. Did you did? You wanna talk about football before? I have to let you go. Oh, yeah. Yes. So when is the next time you think he'll play the bell center. I don't know. I mean, are you talking about the schedule? Yeah. I don't think out yet. I love to see him play football center. That would be amazing. Okay. All right. Okay. Thank you, Chris Steve Christmas playing with pots and pans. Steve is in Baltimore. Steve welcome to after hours CBS sports radio. Okay. That was. Dollars doing sandbox very disappointed on my team. Here's the bottom line with the whole thing that I understand about grown men 'cause I'm loving how you respond to some of these ridiculous comments about the same. Three grown men killer bees right opportunity for Super Bowl. Right. It's ridiculous. You know what I'm saying? I mean, referring to like their loss. Jacksonville. Are you just referring to in general the three of them being a really good unit? And they've they've broken that up. Okay. Because you can't say that they weren't getting the ball. I'll be the records are ridiculous. The eagle Kim dash user the league, Mustang is issues. Ridiculous. When we look back at this. We had opportunity and the one year we'd beat New England. It is ironic. Yes. So you got a lot of people that you know, whatever. But. But I gotta be gotta be honest with you, man, I'm barest. And when you look back in time, I mean, the ruins everybody's got to be really upset out of this. So hopefully that been even though I agree with you the way he's, you know, handling somebody's personalities because like you said, he's the leader. He should know how to handle his personality is probably looks at this year 'cause you ain't got too much more. And he's he's capital. You know, trying to capitalize on on on learning. Something about growing up real quick. So at least try to get one more, Tim. You know, the hold up. Do you think this is his fault though? Steve I mean, I understand what you're saying. And he didn't make it easier for these guys. But I don't think he can be held responsible for a guy sitting out the entire season or you know, an Antonio Brown act like a baby at times. Thank you so much for your phone call seat. I appreciate it. Again. Ben did not help the situation at times. There are ways that he could have been a peace maker instead of the guy who stirring, the pot and who's challenging, and you really need to know who it is that you're leading. So you understand different guys respond differently?.
"bell center" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto
"And I feel like we could talk about him for very long time. But that announcement again is going to happen tomorrow. Thursday, ten thirty AM bell center. We will be there so excited about that. And my understanding is he'll also be honored at the Canadians. Flyers game later that night at the bell centre as well. So congratulations suggest piano phenomenal career. And I'm very curious to hear what he has to say. And I will admit them a little sack because I do feel like this is the end of an era and the sport. There aren't a lot of GSP's left from that era that I think may be attracted a lot of us to the sport. And certainly for me as a Canadian as Montreal or it's it's a bittersweet moment. So I think he could be very active till this day. Like, I think he could be a lot of fighters in the, but hey, like Lennox Lewis, another great Canadian, by the way. But that thinking that you said, yeah, that's the problem that I think a lot of these guys think I could still beat all these guys. And that's the problem. They don't walk away. So I think that George is smart. He's done it twice now. Yeah. He's he's realized the first time that he was he wanted needed separate. And he did it didn't say retire. But he's he needed to step away. Now, he's prepared to actually say retire. And the fact that he didn't say before, but he's going to say this time, I think this is good good for him. And it's not just the fight game thing. Right. I mean, it's sometimes it's the thing that we kind of make fun of the fight game about. But like, let's be honest. It's a sports thing. Like, no one walks away on top, Michael, Jordan. Couldn't do it. Right. I mean, the greatest Willie Mays couldn't do it on eighties in the midst could be one of those guys who could do it. But like, it's very rare thing in sports when you're champion. That's why I think DC's not going to do it you're doing so. Well, you're champing you're making money to just walk away. Like, this is an incredibly impressive feat in its own right, right? It's also he did in the cage, it's not athletes, but to walk away like this in sports like I can't think of many guys who walked away quote unquote on top. I'm trying to I'm trying to think who did that though, it doesn't happen. I mean, rocky Marciano. Walked away from boxing undefeated Floyd Mayweather walked away undefeated. But but he keeps coming back doing all kinds of weird things. And you know, he he even he, you know, he's not going back to boxing. But he, but he can't you can't quite get something out of a system. He needs something, you know, an MA. Jeez. I don't even know of who's some guys walked Chris Lytle walked away on a win. But he's come back to do bare knuckle fighting. I mean even Kobe Bryant like they didn't even make or did they make the playoffs. They lost last game against the Utah or something like that. They did nothing in his final season. Right. There were kind of. So the gray manning Peyton Manning walked away after winning the SuperBowl Diddy. Yes. Yes. With the Broncos. Yes. Is that correct? Daniel. That's correct. Okay. That's a resume the NFL guru it just so much different. With them may though, I think just because you're literally people are trying to beat each other up. And it's so strenuous on your body that you could keep going in the NBA. And you know, it's obviously really tough to do that physically. But I just think enemy is different. And you don't want to suffer potential, brain damage and. Whatever else long-term, you know, by keeping yourself going just for the sake of going. Yeah. What a great fight. That would have been him beat though. Oh, just stylus moving wins that fight Jeff. I guess it would depend on when it when it happened. And what George looks like on on the way ends being? I think about it. You know, he's last fight was one hundred eighty five pounds. This is one hundred and fifty five pound. Yeah. That's thirty pounds of a guy. Who is we look I can lose thirty pounds, and you won't even notice..
"bell center" Discussed on Hockey Today
"I don't think a lot of these officials wanted to side games for that. But the NHL is trying to loosen things up. I mean, you have to realize this what you're seeing a lot more six five game seven six games because there's a lot more a flow. You got a lot of young players eighteen nineteen year olds playing in the league there's less physicality than it was before. But also, they're letting these guys Rome, and they're they're not accept. Eating the slashes to the hands. They're not accepting the hooking and the clutching and the grabbing that we've seen in the past that is open the game up to make it more exciting. So if I had my druthers, I'd rather see them call those things and allow more offense than the get into what we got into before where there just wasn't any room to skate. I don't think anybody wants to see that Sam says if you had to start a team right now with twenty five year old and younger who would be your starting five. Here is my squad. He's got good DRO at left wing. He's got mcdavid at center kucherov at right-wing. He's got Riley in Gaza, spare the blue line and he's got Vassilev sqi starting in goal. I I'd have to think about and try to put it together. When you look at what Pederson has done so far with ten goals. But do you wanna see a little bit more out of him playing at the age of nineteen years old? But Johnny Joe is a star mcdavid is a star kucherov is one of the best players in the National Hockey League. I think you've got a really nice list there. He goes. By the way, my top five teams. He's got Vancouver five. Minnesota four Toronto three Tampa too and Nashville one we were very very close. David says, Don, correct me if I'm wrong, but I think you said this was your first trip to the new Red Wings arena. So far, what are your first impressions of it compared to the Joe? And does it really feel like it's based on the bell centre? Well, if you heard the open to the podcast, I feel like I'm at the bell centre. Okay. Except there's no blue like you get at the bell centre. But I really do feel the the gondola hanging over the ice the way it is exactly like the bell centre. Now, I'll get a chance to go into the room. I'll get a chance to kind of walk around the concourse to get a real feel because I've gone to the bell centre as a fan. So I've been pretty much every inch of the bell centre. I came up here to do the podcast. I'm doing the Michael Kay show from here and then the game. So I'm not sure how much I'm going to get to see the arena, but it's beautiful outside. It's beautiful inside really gorgeous. And as far as compared to the Joe, let's face it. The Joe was unique in the fact that felt like an old barn, even though it opened. Seventy nine eighty. But when you walked in there, you felt like you were watching a game from the forties. The press box was an afterthought. It was not built a matter of fact, there was back and forth on whether it was a basketball arena are hockey arena. And then when they decided the Red Wings, we're gonna play there. They kind of throw us up stairs the top one of the upper bowl sections. And it just wasn't it. Wasn't that great? But it was a nice barn the old scoreboard. So there's a lot of memories of their the second game. I ever called was at Joe Louis arena. A first game was in Philadelphia. My second game was in Detroit back in two thousand and eight. So I'll always have fond memories of the place, but this this arenas. Absolutely. Gorgeous five minute. Major says, hey, Don, Steve travels to Detroit, and I hope you enjoy calling the game today from the DOE Joe on Friday, that's one of the nicknames. He says my buddy lives in Michigan. And that's been the pet name for the new arena. He likes to call. It the pizza box. We'll see if any of those things happen to to catch. Troy says hey, download Greg. Thank you for your rant on Bettman. And the insight on John Ziegler. You had me looking at Bettman in. More positive light now..
"bell center" Discussed on Hockey Today
"Podcast with Don la- Greco. At welcome to the Friday edition of game is conduct. I am Don Greco we are coming to you from Little Caesars arena in Detroit. Gotta tell you. I'm standing here in the press box. We're going to call the game later on tonight on ninety eight seventy SPN New York, and I feel like I'm in the bell centre. And I went to Detroit a couple of years ago and went to commerical park where they had a virtual tour of the Little Caesars arena that had yet to be built. And they said they were gonna fashion it off the bell centre. They said they talked to officials and coaches and players what was the most difficult place to play in the NHL in the majority of those people interviewed said that it was the bell centre. So they have structured it pretty much the same. Although I think it's a lot bigger as far as how it looks outside in the concourses, and certainly the bowels of the place that I walked into early little earlier this afternoon seems a lot bigger than the bell centre. But as far as being in the arenas concern, you've got the steep staircase. So even the last seat in the house is close to the ice. We. We are on a gondola here, which is similar to the bridge level at Madison Square Garden where you're not overhanging the ice, but you're darn close. So even the view from calling the game for the television radio booths are very similar to the bell centre. So very excited to be here for the first time the call the game later on tonight against two pretty hot teams, the devils. Excuse me, the Rangers of won four straight. The Red Wings won four their last five after both teams got off this difficult starts. So we'll see we're going to have later on tonight. We'll get to that in just a bit. But a lot of games to go over last night and a lot of controversy. I guess we'll start an Ottawa. They guess wins over the senators by the final score of five to three the senators were completely outplayed in this game. And they fought back and they tied at three. But then carry a scores the game winning goal four three and it comes with some controversy a little bit later on when Vegas makes it five three on the Belmar goal where it looked to the naked eye the carrier. It interfered with the goaltender and this is always going to be a major bone of contention for NHL coaches, Gabe, of course, challenged at the right thing to do the goal stands. He said after the game. He just doesn't know what goaltender Fearance is anymore. And I think part of the problem is is the explanation from the league. And and just what you your personal experiences dealing with it now covering the Rangers. We've had similar situations where there has been. Been no goaltender interference. When the contact came outside the crease, so knowing that for me and having experienced that calling games and broadcasting games when I saw the interference by carry a I assumed from my own personal experience covering the sport. That was a goal that was gonna stand McGee Boucher maybe saw at a different way. But from the letter of the law, the contact seemed to happen outside of the crease the goal stands now. Obviously if you keep it for three it's a completely different situation. Maybe out of what comes back and they tied the game. But Vegas does get the win. They had forty two shots on goal. They were the better team anyway, but I can understand the Ottawa Senators frustration so yet that to deal with Vancouver is beginning to emerge as the biggest surprise. We can talk about Montreal Ottawa. There's a couple of teams we didn't have any expectations around. But then couvert is living up to those expectations little later on. I'll give you my top five of the week to see a Ben Cooper cracked the top five and eight to five win. Over the Boston Bruins and the hits just keep on coming. But here's an eight goal performance for the Canucks. And it wasn't about Pederson. The eventual I believe rookie of the year had one point it came off at an assist, but the big point producer in the game..
"bell center" Discussed on The Starters
"From basically the last row in the bell center and had a great time. But I wonder if it's the same for basketball. Should we do it or wait till we can afford better tickets again? That's from will what does everybody think didn't get into the game? In just go go go. Game. I'd say the last row in a hockey game in Montreal is probably way more expensive than the raptors game in Toronto. So you can probably move down a little bit. Like every game in Montreal. They do still. Yeah. There's a lineup got a ticket season lineup. I'm sure and it is like hockey every seat and that was good. Yeah. I guess it's not to be close. But it is nice. But if it's your first. Yeah. That just the vibe of it. All yeah. So yeah. Just get the cheap tickets for sure try and get centered. You know, even if it's high good good tip. You don't go corner behind the hoop? Try and try and get you know, try and get midcourt if you can't. Big dream, but go top rose. Well, it's fine. We we sat up obviously when we had our season tickets. We were up in the upper level third level. Again, we weren't right at the back. But I do remember if you went to too far back in the I guess now Scotiabank arena. You have that weird. Like, it's like no to see. It's sort of is tough. See you can you still see the floor. But it says that weird. Yeah, overhang. That's right. Because you're way up there some sight line problems. I would encourage you to find a deal to get up in the upper bowl. That's fine. You're going to get somewhere. She. Go center court you get like in the first five or ten rows of that upper deck. You aren't going to be happy with those are going to be happy. Enjoy the game. Yeah. Make sure you download your McDonald's app because if they hit twelve or more threes, you get a free medium fries. Is that true?.
"bell center" Discussed on Hockey Today
"Why do we love Tampa their deep on defense? Why do we love San Jose? They they, they acquire Karlsson with burns with vassal with the Vlasic. They've got a good blue line. Why do we love Nashville great blue line rights? So you look at the teams that can win boy when you've got that great blue line that can score, but also defend and take a little pressure off your goal, tender. You know what. You're going to compete for a Stanley Cup, and I think that might be the missing piece for Toronto ultimately to get at least this year to the promise land. Kyle complements the show yesterday said, good show yesterday predictions in hockey or scary, laugh out loud. I hope the sharks can produce what is expected of them this year, but it's a long season. Who would you like to see win the Cup this year? Jumbo finally, getting a Cup would be amazing. Listen, the rooting interest obviously goes out the window when you're trying to be professional. But I love to see guys who've never one win, right to see Joe Thornton who's gonna waltz into the hall of fame finally get that allusive ring would be terrific. It was great to see. Ovechkin finally win that rang. I think that would be something to see stamkos who's been knocking at the doors entire career. Finally win that ring would be great Toronto to win a Stanley Cup of the first time since nineteen sixty seven. That certainly would be great. So is somebody that covers the sport and loves the sport firsts? Are. A really interesting to me. So if I can get a team in there for the first time I get a player winning the Cup for the first time. I think that's going to be a pretty cool am says I've only ever been to the garden, what's the most beautiful stadium in your opinion. Great, great question. The bell center's always been my favorite for atmosphere and also to call the game because you're right on top of the ice on anxious. I've I've been to Joe Louis arena several times on calling arranger wings game a little bit later on in the member. So I'm gonna get a chance to see the new place which is supposed to be modeled after the bell centre. I love the atmosphere in San Jose. I think that is terrific. Although the broadcast booth is a little far off the ice in a little high up, still the atmosphere. There is great. I love the saddledome in Calgary, big fan of that. I, I like the new arena in Edmonton. It's gorgeous. Beautiful. Reminds me a lot of Pittsburgh, but again, the broadcast area. Areas a pretty distant from the ice, but from a fan standpoint, that buildings, great. I love the atmosphere and Columbus, not just in the arena, the experiences, tremendous, but outside of the arena, they built it up very nicely as well. So those of some of the ones that pop into my head excited for five and a major because five minute major not only is back, but he's got an updated picture of me and him. We'd take selfish every year and I was over at ram, oppose ten to two victory over Hofstra the ice fault and Wayne New Jersey a couple of weeks ago and got to see five minute major, and Travis was nice enough to take a picture with me. So every time he tweets me, he's got that picture underneath it. So here's what he has to say today. Great. Seeing you and your family at the ice walled. Thanks for all that. You do to keep the sport of hockey front and center. Here's to a great twenty.
"bell center" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio
"I think it's a four to five run as well so much so that I had to do a double take when I saw that the UC rankings have at number four. I think that's been generous, but either way and he doesn't wanna fight any emblem. Yeah, win, win win. And he's he, I think yet the letters, DC, who knows but but good on him. You know, his job is to go out there and win, and so is a lick Alec Knicks and he did. I checked on that over under. I think it was Dan from Oregon. Somebody said, will there be more than fifteen thousand will be more than rush. Seven, Russian wins. There was twenty two thousand numbers here. Maybe the exact number I know. I know I voted for over on both of them. When you ask, did you think he pulled us all the new? I think so. Yeah. Twenty two thousand six hundred and three so good for you. Russia one thousand. Sorry. One million. Eight hundred and forty thousand was the gate, and I think I counted eight Russians and I had to go back and check and just to make sure fully from Kazakhstan or are you from the you know the Ukraine? I wanted to make sure they were rushing and also wanted to make sure that was a no Russian versus Russian where that's the easy way out. But no, they definitely pass that avid stupid question. What's a as. Because I was that real or what's not rice, Becca, STAN stands real. I may have combo whose whose Becca, STAN and Kazakhstan and just made a country up. We should just make fires from there when we don't know, what did I say? You said could ca- Vecchio STAN. That should be a place ca- filter fish would I can filter Fitch. All right. I thought that was a good for a in. The Russia wasn't a pay per view card or anything. And and I think technically was the fourth biggest. I think it was their fourth biggest audience ever in that would be behind Melbourne. Toronto. And I guess I think it's another Canadian Carter, oh, and Sao Paulo number. They assign Cudi Tiba. They had forty thousand there at that stadium when steeply knocked up. Yeah. So this twenty two thousand I think, exceeds the twenty one thousand or so. They used to show up over there at Montreal, the belt that bell center, whatever has a big audience. But anyway, just around out here. Shamila Abdurakhimov defeated, Andrea Lobski by decision Alexi congenital defeated the Alvis by decision. That was your main card. We'll go back to the prelims a little bit. We'll also talk about Yuliana versus the Russian. Journalist will talk about her dean and the controversial stops said he had some bonus talk and all that, but I am chomping at the bit Cannella in triple g. Great fight. Yeah, really, really good fight. Very close. Twelve round ever been harder to score. Was it me or was almost every round pretty close? Yeah, yeah. And there were only a few that I think he could firmly say it was that guy's round, but even then like even the commentary team and then the guys on the outside, they had different scores. Right? You're on social media. Other people were were scoring at really different. It was really a nightmare to score. I scored it for triple g I could've stomached a draw and if I had to give it to canola, it would be very, very slight. And I would even feel weird about doing that. But those people that are saying Cannella won the fight convincingly. I I have to disagree. So would I I think one fifteen thirteen which represents seventy five Cannella triple g or just the draw is pretty accurate. Once you get into eight to four, I would start to say, well, why don't you? And I sit down and see, let's see what we're both looking at. But but then again, I just said that every round was close. I mean they were close by think he could still pick out a winner mills, man. I don't want anyone to say that's boxing because it's not boxing, that's just too great fighters going out there doing their thing and making it tough for the judges, but the judges do have the best view in the house. You can't take that away from him..
"bell center" Discussed on Hockey Today
"He's is one of the toughest ones most underrated this is interesting the washington capitals niklas backstrom gets it was eight point six percent so looks like everybody had their opinions but i thought that was interesting best role model sydney crosby player to start a franchise mcdavid forty eight point six percent said khanna mcdavid a can argue there our best team player sydney crosby securities all over this thing best player if you need to win one game sydney crosby winds that with forty three point seven the votes coach you'd like the play four joel quenneville gets the nod their interesting 'cause he might actually get fired at the end of the season assistant coach who would make the best head coach this is interesting dj smith of the toronto maple leafs got that uh player would make the best coach sidney crosby wins their best referee west mcauley and really by far forty seven point eight percent of that is really interesting best ice goes to the bell center at twenty eight percent you knew it was going to be a canadian franchiseworst ice bb t center in florida that's interesting you would think that that would go to brooklyn at the barclay centre but i guess there has been vast improvements this year to last year and the best fans according to the players the national hockey league the chicago blackhawks at thirty four point four percent so that's a i thought that was kind of interesting love to get your thoughts on that at donald gregg hashtag game misconduct so that's the players think and um.
"bell center" Discussed on Hockey Today
"Police used that king misconduct pie with john macgregor had welcome to the tuesday edition of game misconduct hopefully the people that are able to have a martin luther king day off yesterday were able to enjoy their day hopefully the people that worked rebel to get through what there were poor games but i thought four really interesting games on the dock it and i thought the best game of the day turned out to be the best game of the night was the islanders overtime win over the montreal canadiens and that's three straight wins for the allders after five consecutive losses that just shows you out up and down their season has been and how up and down it's really been for a lotta metropolitan teams you look at pittsburgh lost nine of fourteen games they've now one four in a row rangers were hot now they've dropped four or five of the devil's were hot there now winless in six and the islanders they lost five straight games owned regulation to did not earn a point in five straight games and now or a playoff team courtesy of three consecutive wins and wild winds at that and interesting game last night the bell center i gotta tell you you know if you're just looking at and we said this a lot last year about edmonton and toronto where if you just have nothing to do and you don't have a dog and a flight and the evanson oilers around the toronto maple loose ron that's it at the game to watch and i was telling people that if you're not a hockey family could just looking to just purely be entertained had be sucked in by the sport those are the teams watch nature onta to a certain extent still as evans devin too bad year the islanders in now one of those teams because it's like they're playing nba basketball they scorn points like crazy but they're also giving up tom they had two twogoal leads in the game blew them both but bars l scores again of the spectacular goal although veli a scores again until the spectacular goal uh it has just been amazing that the outage was able to do so much offensively but it's come at the expense of the fence and fifty six shots on goal fifty plus shots on goal in regulation rangers county going through the same thing if you're going to lau forty plus shots everything.