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"bennington" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast
"The slow moving relief column was on its way, but would not catch up with balance column for several days. Found continue on toward Bennington. He was not certain. The enemy was as large as his intelligence suggested. And even if it was, they were just local Ballista, who would probably not stand and fight? Waiting for reinforcements would only give the enemy time to remove the supplies at Bennington. That bow wanted to capture. As Ballad Vance that day is men ran into another minor skirmish with the militia. One Mohawk, chief, who had led to far in advance of the lines was had about one hundred native American warriors with him, but relations were not good. The. Indians tended to be in the forefront and took most of the casualties. They also frequently stopped to loot. What booty? They did not want themselves. They often tried to sell to the army. Bow However did not have cash to pay them. Indians who had captured most of the horses so far simply drove them off or killed them rather than let their allies have them for free. Bounce force continued to advance, but quickly ran into more of the enemy. American Colonel Greg at sent word to general start that they had made contact with the enemy. Stark deployed more soldiers to advance and challenge the German offensive. Also called for more reinforcements from the continentals posted at Manchester. By the end of the day on August, fourteenth Colonel Bom, had placed his men and artillery in a defensive position on a hill, just east of Cambridge. The two sides both set out skirmish irs to probe the enemy lines and determine the position and strength of the enemy. Late in the day, and continuing all day on the fifteenth, a downpour kept both armies contained. At both were waiting for reinforcements, anyway, while there were no major clashes on the fifteenth, the Americans reported killing about thirty Indian warriors. The British speculated that the Americans were targeting the Indians for revenge. The memory of Jane McRae's murder and the slaughter of other locals was still fresh in everyone's mind. Most of the Indians who were not killed thought, this was an opportune time to go home. They had more Luthan they could carry. Their allies were not interested in buying any of their prizes. And they had no interest in hanging around for a major battle where they might be used as cannon fodder by their allies. Those that did remain were discouraged and remain behind with the baggage. At the same time, most of the Indians were leaving. Local loyalists added more than one hundred volunteers to supplement bounce forces on the other side, general, stark pulled in more of his own militia. He had received a group of Stockbridge Indians from Massachusetts who had marched out along with other Massachusetts militia and continentals led by colonel. Seth Warner to support the New Hampshire militia. When the weather finally cleared on the morning of August sixteenth, the two armies prepared for battle..
"bennington" Discussed on Unexplained Mysteries
"bennington" Discussed on Unexplained Mysteries
"Coming up the dangers of the gnarled woods inside the Bennington Triangle. Now back to the story if neither the we took a man eating stone nor a serial killer had a hand in the disappearances inside the Bennington triangle during the nineteen fifties. The evidence points to only one other theory. The mystery only exists inside our heads. We aren't seeing five. People didn't go missing from the same area in the span of six years. Simply that there may be no greater significance behind it. The only theory that connects all five is that they weren't connected. It's certainly not the most dramatic but it might be the most plausible. Maybe the timing of the disappearances was a coincidence that was then inflated by the media. It's not uncommon for people to become disoriented and get lost in the woods especially if they're inexperienced and without proper equipment in the case of many rivers. Lack of experience likely wasn't a problem but he did venture into unfamiliar territory. In fact he wandered into an area that is son-in-law specifically warned him about any number of things could have happened to Midi he could have tripped and fallen into an abandoned well or worse he could have accidentally been shot by another hunter. Maybe he just got lost and spent the night in a cave hoping that someone would find him. The next day there are endless possibilities. Glastonbury mountain is located in Green Mountains National Forest. It's home to large predators like coyotes and black bears but most importantly the woods cover almost four hundred thousand acres four perspective. That's more than half. The State of Rhode Island so no search party was ever going to be able to search every nook and cranny of the Wilderness. Then there's College Student Paul. Walden who loved to go hiking more likely than not hollow went for a walk on the long trail to clear her mind between studying for final exams. One of the last people to see Paula alive. Ernie Whitman reported that she had asked about the long trail connecting to the Appalachian trail. It runs two hundred and seventy three miles and stops at the Canada. Vermont border anywhere along the Path. Paula could have taken a wrong turn. It was four pm when she said on her hike with night approaching and snow falling she could have become hopelessly lost after Paula disappeared her hometown. Newspaper hired a private detective agency to see what they discover. Her father was never satisfied with the way the state investigated his daughter's case and he made sure that everyone knew about it. The higher detectives began examining the trail itself specifically the markers that indicated where the path continued as it turned out the sign pointing out in the northern direction of the long trail was not displayed on the day that Paulo went for a walk but the sign leading to the southern part of the trail was meaning that Kuala could have easily gone in the wrong direction but because of witness testimony after polly disappeared. Only the northern part of the long trail was searched which tragically means. They were likely looking in the wrong area by the time. The detectives came back with the information about the trail markers it had been weeks. There was no chance of finding Paula alive. James Tedford his case has always been a little different his vanishing act from a moving bus has left people completely flummoxed. We know that Tedford had gone to visit his wife and her family in Franklin Vermont. While they're they noticed that his mental capacity was deteriorating but as it turns out he might have been more with it than anyone suspected allegedly other men in the Bennington old soldiers home where Tedford lived told investigators that he might have intended to disappear. Tedford told his housemates. He had no intention of coming back. Apparently he hated living in the home so explaining his disappearance might be that simple. He didn't want to get back on the bus. When it stopped in Burlington so he didn't get back on the bus it would have been relatively easy for. Tedford to blend into a crowd and walk away. He rather short at a little over five feet tall well. Bus Drivers are supposed to make sure their passengers get back on. Mistakes obviously happen. It's not out of the realm of possibility that the driver just forgot or didn't care to check on Tedford. When the bus arrived at their destination all that remained of Ted and his possessions was a suitcase and an open bus schedule. He wasn't reported missing until six days after he was expected at the home. By that point Tedford could have been several states away. He could have been anywhere. Maybe he wasn't found because he didn't want to be as for eight year old. Paul Jepson that too was most likely a tragic accident. The harsh reality is Paul. Had a history of running away just a few weeks before he vanished. He was found by authorities in north. Who Sick New York ten miles from Bennington? The curiosity of a young child is a powerful thing. All had proven to be adventurous and he may have even been running away from someone or something all we can say for sure is that little Queenie. The bloodhound tracked his sent to the crossroads of East Road and Chapel Road and then it disappeared. There was rain that day which could be the reason. She was unable to find any trace of him. Past this point as falls father said maybe he just had an urge to go to the mountains. The Bennington municipal forest was only about a half mile. From the crossroads. He had most likely been before and like everyone else. Most likely got lost. The simplest answer is likely the correct one however strange occurrences continue on glastonbury mountain. To This Day people have stated that they have felt disoriented and confused while hiking along the trail that could be a sign of forces at play that we haven't even considered. We could spend the rest of our lives speculating. Maybe the we attacked one of them may be a killer murdered another. Maybe Paul Jepson and James Tedford ran far far away. Or maybe I'll just got lost and succumbed to the elements Adrift In the Wilderness. Perhaps it was a combination. The problem is as it's in our nature to see a correlation and to want to find a cause but sometimes the answer isn't so singular. It's varied nuanced. Just because something feel suspicious doesn't mean it is for now. Our best guess is that the disappearances are unrelated as for the causes of death unless bodies are found for cases that are decades. Old Guessing is all we can do guessing and staying far away from the Bennington Triangle..
"bennington" Discussed on Unexplained Mysteries
"Eating stone moved every night and naturally it blended in with its environment from a distance. There was no way to tell if a slab of granite was innocent or thirsty for human blood. Which meant it would be impossible to know if your next step was your last however at deeper dig revealed that there's no proof. The monster comes from native American folklore in the nineteen nineties author. Joseph CITGO claimed in his book Green Mountain Ghosts Ghouls and unsolved mysteries that he had heard about such a creature from one of the local tribes but conveniently. He never mentioned which tribe though it would be an eerie and wild explanation. Our best guess is that CITRA invented the history of a man eating rock as a source of intrigue away to sell some books but while there's limited evidence for monsters killing in the woods of Vermont. The same can't be said for humans to this day there are those that believe. The disappearances were the work of a serial killer coming up allegations of an unsolved serial killer in the Bennington Triangle. Now back to the story was some blame. The BENNINGTON triangle disappearances on monsters myths and legends. Police investigators have focused on more human explanations. As we mentioned the level of decomposition of free to langer's body was so gruesome that doctors were unable to determine a cause of death on official paperwork however it was classified as accidental. Fritos body was found only three miles from where she had last been seen over half a year after she disappeared however more than two hundred officers and volunteers had searched the surrounding area for weeks on end following her disappearance. Some even remembered combing the area where she was found which led a few theorists to suggest. Foul Play Maybe. Her body was dumped in the swamp after the search had ended. Her killer was aware of the search and disposed of a body in place. Nobody would suspect somewhere. They already looked. And if Rita Langer was murdered that might mean. The other victims met the same fate. Serial killers often have patterns and there are certain similarities between most of the Bennington triangle disappearances the first being that all five disappeared during the last three months of the year to October one in November and two in December second and most obvious the locations were all close to each other Midi and Paulo were last seen near Bickford Freda near Somerset Reservoir and eight year old Paul on the outskirts of Bennington. The only one who didn't fit this pattern was James Tedford. He was last seen at a busy bus station in Burlington Vermont. Then there's the timing. The disappearances happened in a span of five years and they generally became less frequent as time. Moron it's a common misconception that serial killers escalate the frequency with which they kill in fact most killers enter what's referred to as a cool down phase before claiming their next victim. According to psychologist. Dr Scott Bon. The length of the cooling off period can also vary. The duration can be from days or weeks to months and in rare instances even years if we remove James Tedford from the equation. Midi rivers went missing in nineteen forty five and Paula. Weldon disappeared a year later in Nineteen forty-six and then in nineteen fifty. Paul Jepson and free to langer both went missing within a month of each other. If we look at the timing and location they certainly could have been the work of one killer. Maybe the killer was an outdoorsman from out of town perhaps they came to the area every fall for a different kind of hunting season. That being said there are some glaring differences amongst victims take for example the disparity in ages. The youngest victim was aid. The oldest was seventy four their wealth careers and backgrounds were just as varied. And it's atypical. For a serial killer to not have the type or consistent victim profile. Think about history's most famous. Murderers John Wayne Gracie Ted Bundy. They chose their victims. Based on specific criteria gase singled out young men who are often blonde and involved in sex work. Bundy always targeted young women. If there was a serial killer loosened southern Vermont it would appear that they chose their victims at random according to FBI profiler Dr. Mary Ellen O'Toole that doesn't necessarily rule out the possibility that it was one person. Yes there is precedent for killers to choose their victims by type. But those preferences are based on what's quote available accessible and desirable. Maybe the Bennington Triangle Keller killed based on what was available. But the reality is. There's still no physical evidence for four out of five victims so unlike most serial killer investigations. We can't match up the way the victims were killed or what was done to the bodies the only body that exists. Fritos and most of what we know about the day she disappeared comes from two people her husband and her cousin. She was last seen alive by her cousin. Herbert elsner supposedly. There were going hunting together. But after Freda fell in a stream she left Elsner to change into drier clothes. She was supposed to return within a few minutes. If she had made it back to the camp she would have run into her husband. Max. He had stayed behind on account of his bad knee. But according to Max he never saw free to return. At least that was the explanation initially given to police but Max story changed slightly over time in a statement two weeks after FRITOS disappearance. Max admitted that he had gone for several walks on the same evening. Free the disappeared which seemed at odds with his initial statement that he had stayed behind due to a bad knee then a few weeks later. Herbert elsner missed a court appointment to give a deposition at the time. He claimed he was out looking for Frida and though that might have been true he didn't have to join the search that day. Not when there were other important matters to attend to. He could have let the other. Volunteers look for a few hours unless he needed to make sure her body wasn't found maybe elsner wanted his cousin to decompose long enough to hide the fact that he accidentally killed her in a hunting accident. Of course it's all still speculation and the evidence is incredibly thin based on the information at hand. It's highly unlikely that Fredo was murdered by anyone. According to the coroner's report there were no visible indicators of Freitas's cause of death no signs of a struggle. No bullet wounds no knife wounds. Even after decomposition there would have been some signs pointing towards murderer. What investigators did find was a metal plate in his head. She had surgery for a brain tumor a year. Prior which led to another theory? Freda hit her head when she fell in the stream if confusion set in she could have wandered in the wrong direction and gotten seriously lost if she hit her head hard enough. Amnesia might have even played a role as for why her body was found in a location. That had already been searched sometimes. The most plausible explanation is the simplest water likely carried her body downstream whether she was dead when she entered the water or not. We may never know even if free to was murdered. And that's a big if there's still no evidence to link her death to the other disappearances and the most likely explanation for the other. Four disappearances is that they simply vanished.
"bennington" Discussed on Unexplained Mysteries
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"bennington" Discussed on Unexplained Mysteries
"Nineteen forty five and nineteen fifty. Four people mysteriously disappeared in the area now known as the Bennington Triangle Midi Rivers Paula. Weldon James Tedford and the latest eight year old Paul Jepson. The initial search for the boy went well into the early hours of the morning. It began again at dawn. A call went out for volunteers to help neighbors another children. Paul's age were questioned for any information. But no one knew or saw anything. Two more days passed with no luck. The only sign of anything odd was a pair of men's gloves they were found near the spot where little Queenie the bloodhound had lost. Paul's trail in one last effort. A Coast Guard helicopter searched a fifty mile radius around the dumb but found nothing with that mere days after Paul disappeared. The search was called off. No eight-year-old would survive the woods. That long if Paul was alive he was with someone else. His mother feared he might have been hit by car. Maybe the driver was scared and disposed of his body like other desperate families before them. The jetsons called upon the help of clairvoyant. This time a woman named Aura. Horton who lived in a nearby town. According to the Bennington Banner Mrs Horton voiced the opinion that the child would be found buried under a pile of leaves with brush over the top near the foot of the mountains and again authorities acted on this information. More searches were conducted. Again and again. They found nothing given the history of Glastonbury Mountain and the sheer number of disappearances people started to suspect supernatural forces on October. Twenty Fourth Richard J Lewis. A reporter from Albany made the following observation. The Green Mountains peaceful and beautiful from afar yet treacherous and Mercilus when intruded upon are believed to have swallowed another victim. A child loved the rugged hills and the mountains weren't done just two weeks after Paul Jepson vanished fifty-three-year-old Frieda Langer arrived at Camp Boulder. It was near the Somerset Reservoir. Only twenty five miles from Bennington Freda and her husband Max lived in Massachusetts but they had owned the camp for over ten years on this particular visit. They were joined by fritos cousin. Herbert Elsner can't boulder was located outside. Somerset a town with only two year. Round residents the Leonard's they were the caretakers of the reservoir around three PM. On Saturday. October twenty eighth Freda and her cousin. Herbert decided to go for a walk. And maybe hunt for some dinner free. This husband Max stayed behind. The son wouldn't be up much longer and he had were eyesight in a bad knee. Not far from the camp. Freda accidentally slipped in a small stream and got her clothes wet. She told her to wait while she quickly ran back to change her clothes after waiting far longer than it should have taken Herbert. Assume that Freda was simply caught up in some business possibly with Max so he decided to carry on without her but when Herbert returned around five PM Maxwell's alarm. That Freda wasn't with him. The two men went out to look for after walking the shore road shouting her name. They called the state police troopers from nearby. More populated towns converged on the area and began searching until dusk. In the dark bonfires lined the road. Flashlights wave through the brush and the trees but there was no sign of life. The next day more troopers arrived they formed a line and slowly comb the area looking for clues then the bloodhound. Little Queenie was brought back to the woods this time to look for frieda little Queenie traced free sent from the Stream. She fell into back to camp and each time they tried. The trail always ended at the camp authorities hypothesized that freedom may have become disoriented and maybe wandered the wrong direction into the woods but she knew the area she knew what to do. If she got lost she would have almost certainly fired a gun to alert them of her location. But the woods were eerily. Quiet the state's attorney Edward John now had the entire nation watching in his own words. If the case wasn't solved it would be a disgrace in an effort to prevent another failure. Two hundred members of the National Guard were sent to look for Frieda on November eleventh and twelfth for two weeks search parties scoured a ten mile radius around the camp site. The only thing found was a single dollar bill. Five people had gone missing in five years all around the same time of year. They were all different backgrounds and different ages but it was always fall and it was always in the shadows of Glastonbury Mountain. Four out of the five were wearing the color red but there was little else to link them naturally. There was a lot of speculation. Some began likening the region to the Bermuda Triangle people could just up and vanish others have tried to connect the cases too old native. American legends and myths about Glastonbury Mountain. Like the man eating rock or the wild man that lived in the woods. Maybe the reason no bodies were found was because they were eaten bones. And all still others insist that it was the work of man one or more bloodthirsty killers after all serial killers have been known to follow patterns. Maybe this one had a fascination with fall and the color red or maybe it was just five people that didn't want to be found five people who wanted a chance at a new life who hopped on the long trail and walked until they hit Canada. Whatever the case Glastonbury mountain doesn't seem to want to let go of its secrets anytime soon. But maybe just maybe in our next episode. We'll be able to move one step closer to solving the mystery of the Bennington Triangle..
"bennington" Discussed on Unexplained Mysteries
"Hollow just below Glastonbury Mountain Vermont. It was a cold day. There was snow on the ground and as the sun started to set. Temperatures were nearing freezing around four PM. The four campers were surprised to see a young woman walking towards them. They assume she was a student at the nearby Bennington College but what was particularly strange was that she wasn't dressed for the weather. She only had on jeans sneakers and a light red jacket. She said her name was Paula and she needed directions to the long trail. A two hundred seventy three mile long hiking trail that ran the entire length of Vermont. Whitman took one look at her clothes and told her to reconsider but Paulo paid him. No mind she asked if the trail went over. The Mountain Whitman was honest. Not only did it. Go over Glastonbury Mountain. But if you took it long enough you end up in Canada call us. Thank the group and headed in the direction. They had pointed her to the long trail as she walked away from their camp. The snow crunched under her feet and then she was gone. She was never seen or heard from again. All a weld in wasn't the first. Nor would she be the last to disappear in what has since been called the Bennington Triangle? Welcome to unexplained mysteries podcast original. I'm your host Molly and I'm your host Richard in life. There's so much we don't know but in this show we don't take. We don't know for an answer every Thursday. We investigate the greatest mysteries of history and life on earth you can find episodes of unexplained mysteries and all other park has two originals for free on spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts to stream unexplained mysteries for free on spotify. Just open the APP and type unexplained mysteries in the search bar at our cast. We are grateful for you our listeners. You allow us to do what we love. Let us know how we're doing reach out on facebook and Instagram at podcast and twitter at podcast network? This is our first episode on the Bennington Triangle. A thirty five square mile area in southern Vermont where multiple inexplicable disappearances occurred between the late eighteen. Eighty s up to the nineteen fifties. This week we'll discuss the five most prominent missing person cases and how each person disappeared into the Bennington triangle. Next week. We'll discuss some theories. About what makes the triangle so dangerous some believe it might have been home to a local serial killer while others believe. The glastonbury mountain is home to less human monsters..
Blues win fourth straight, dominate Wild 4-1
"Joining Cairo and Brayden Schenn combined for a pair of first three goals to give the blues a two zero lead as they skate past the wild for one Oscar song plays scored in the second item barbers have finished the scoring in the third with a Shorty Jordan Bennington thirty two saves for the victory his twenty seventh of the season finally it's a timely goals I was using a MasterCard in Bennington the blues have won four straight meanwhile Marcus Foligno scored the only goal for the wild while the last three straight on home ice Kevin farmers St Paul
Everything you need to know about New York's plastic bag ban
"New York's ban on most single use plastic bags takes effect March first governor Cuomo's environmental agency released some regulations on how to carry out the new law but the new rules are leaving both environmentalists and the plastics industry at odds Karen do it reports it's the second time that the state department of environmental conservation chose a holiday to introduce rules that will affect most new Yorkers the draft regulations for carrying out the plastic bag band were released on thanksgiving eve the plastic manufacturing industry which is against the bad says the agency has not done enough to promote the transition Matt see home with the American recyclable bag alliance which is part of the plastics industry predicts a rocky transition they're going to have a mess on their hands when this really goes into a fact there's no doubt there hasn't been sufficient amount of education there aren't sufficient numbers of bags it's going to be an increasing costs and also an inconvenience for shoppers at the end of the day I don't think this is a finalized product and when we get into March and we see the mass I think there's gonna be some clean up on aisle three larger chain grocery stores are aware of the change many have done their own promotions with signs informing customers and offering discount prices on reusable bags but see home says smaller stores don't have the resources to do that paper bags are still permissible under the new law but see home predicts they'll be a shortage of paper bags as production of the bags has fallen off in recent years and he says the corona virus may lead to a shortage of reusable bags he cites an industry sponsored study that finds virus related quarantines could lead to supply chain disruptions one hundred percent of those typical reusable bags are made overseas predominately China and Vietnam supporters of the ban say the plastic industries warnings are overblown but Liz Moran with the New York public interest research group agrees that the state's environment agency has not done enough to publicize the new law it's no secret that a lot more needs to be done Moran says she's concerned that the environmental agency may have inadvertently created a loophole for thicker types of single use plastic bags to be sold the D. E. C. regulations say bags that are thinner than ten mills are not allowed a mill is one thousandth of an inch Judy thank the founder of beyond plastics at Bennington college and a former environmental protection agency administrator says she worries that plastic manufacturers could seize the opportunity to make and sell a new kind of back she says that would defeat the whole purpose of the law we heard about iPhone not so long ago iPhones are expensive and they were not that common and now our hands are permanently attached I see home with the plastics industry calls the ten bills rule a distraction and he says a bag that thick would be too expensive to make and sell Sean Mehar a spokesman for the D. E. C. says they use the ten males measurement because it is an industry standard it's used to define the cut off point between a single use plastic bag in the thicker kind of plastic used for things like building construction gripping below ten mil is what is considered from plastic and will not be allowed under this legislation in this regulation my heart says he has not seen any evidence of a shortage of paper bags or reusable bags and he says the agency is stepping up efforts to get the word out through ads that have begun running on TV stations and underwriting on public radio we've got a big social media presence of going on we have many videos that are online there are a lot of tips that are on our website which frequently asked questions that people have where they can go and get information the environmental agency is giving stores and shoppers a grace period to adjust to the new law they say it will be a few months before they begin enforcing the ban after that businesses will be subject to a fine of two hundred fifty dollars for the first offense and five hundred dollars for every time after
Avalanche ride 3-goal 2nd period to 5-3 win over Blues
"Colorado scored three unanswered goals in the second period to defeat the blues five three the victory brings the apps to within ten points of the central division leaders captain Gabriel Landeskog there's a game yeah four point difference Sir even though it's a bit of a gap in between us but you got to start somewhere and for us this is a four month course after goal from Tyson Joe's tied the game at to kill Makar lifted Colorado in front for good at sixteen twenty six and just twenty two seconds later Andre bore because he scored the eventual game winner making it for to add enough to get St Louis netminder Jordan Bennington pulled in his second consecutive Pepsi center visit Bruce Morton Denver
Voracek scores in OT, Flyers beat Blues 4-3
"Jacob for check scores in overtime to give the fires of forty three win over the blues the blues had rallied from a three to one third period deficit to force the extra session Philadelphia also getting goals from Travis Kentucky Michael ruffle and Tyler pit lake Saint Louis would you goals of Alexander Steen right Riley and Justin Faulk as they see their franchise record tying down game home winning streak come to an end Brian elite records the wind between the pipes Jordan Bennington takes the loss the blue sixty eight points is the best total in the NHL what better than Washington by grieves Saint Louis
US kills Iran's most powerful general in Baghdad strike
"Colorado some Democrats scored the game's are questioning first president three goals trump's and decision rob to a seven to wage three a military victory over strike St Louis without consulting peppered with Congress forty one shots American blues presidents net minder have claimed Jordan authority Bennington to act was without pulled congressional in the third approval period if US Nathan personnel McCann and or lead American the way by interests scoring one are goal facing an and imminent assisting threat on three the others Pentagon big said win the Iranian general custom so the money scored was seven planning against an attack good defensive against teams US forces and so diplomats this is something that's but probably Connecticut not gonna happen democratic again but senator Richard it's Blumenthal a game says everybody there's no current really solve authorization that covers sense the possibility of Hungary of starting nauseam a new war cadre he's added demanding two goals that president for the ABS trump provide who gained a full only explanation their third victory to Congress over the blues and their last the American nineteen people tries Jackie Quinn as for the Western Washington Conference leaders this was their second straight loss after eight straight wins Bruce Morton Denver
Kadri, MacKinnon lead Avalanche to 7-3 win over Blues
"Colorado scored the game's first three goals and rob to a seven three victory over St Louis peppered with forty one shots blues net minder Jordan Bennington was pulled in the third period Nathan McCann and lead the way by scoring one goal and assisting on three others big win scored seven against good defensive teams so this is something that's probably not gonna happen again but it's a game everybody really solve sense of Hungary nauseam cadre added two goals for the ABS who gained only their third victory over the blues their last nineteen tries as for the Western Conference leaders this was their second straight loss after eight straight wins Bruce Morton Denver
Kadri, MacKinnon lead Avalanche to 7-3 win over Blues
"And I'm watching the blues game what happened I don't want to look at the scores there in Colorado there's about five minutes left in the third in the avalanche took a pretty commanding lead and yeah I told you already preemptive spoiler alert the avalanche are up seventy two Bennington just got Paul J. gallons now in that seven goals that hurts yeah I ex the ex exact exact exams X. it was not good not yet Colorado's good team sure but seven goals I'm betting ten the come on come on
"bennington" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Tom Ackerman you know Jordan Bennington's had another really good year he's been in that twenty six games sixteen six and four is his record with one shot out a save percentage of nine twenty and his goals against average two four four that's the twelfth in the NHL to good he's at a very good year but you know the blues need to back up and they need that back up to play well that back ups name is Jake Allen and he was fantastic lesson you may thirty five saves and the blues beat the Oilers two to one another win for them that's now four straight at home they are the leader in the Western Conference they rolling right along and Jake the snake is with Darren Pang of Fox Sports Midwest shake at the third star the game you could give it to many of your defense and but Jabal Mr doesn't get a whole lot of credit but boy I thought he was strong it obviously in your own zone when you when you get to a of a six on four at the very end they your coach calls the goaltender interference now your thought in that situation you're there you're just trying to battle for it I'm sure at this point in your career you're not surprise of a coach calls for goal in your face in as far as they don't depend on the situation yeah you know it's a time and place I think for everything you know and I've see chief and the staff it it's a two nothing off him to honey get them right back at it in there it wasn't like they still to full two minutes you know what I mean and it was a risk and you're in a win some you lose some and you don't know I just said you really think it's easier place six on for anyway so I think our guys did a hell of a job six on for it almost gives the other team will be to much time to think a little bit and and sort of makes it easier on us not worry about icing's and things like that so yeah like I said you're going to win some of those gonna lose some and this is the nature of the game now Jake I know you've been terrific on the road in your your numbers back it up and not get a whole lot of games on home ice what did it feel to you to have this kind of the reaction but a close game and come out with a win on home ice yeah you know and the last I don't know twelve months I might have a play two games on home life so it's been it's been slow going for me home but in banners there's been lights out so he's doing a hell of a job this season and it was fun no just be able to you know forget about my own bed in income the rain kit I enjoyed it it's it's always been awhile for me to be back then that if he does it just wanna go to their house and fun and guys help me a lot of this is going to get some work too you know it when you're not playing a whole lot it's it's nice to get in some games on to get the win but get some work to Jake Allen with Darren Pang on Fox Sports Midwest after a two one win over the Oilers how good is Alan been eleven appearances a record of six two into one of those games he came in when Jordan Bennington was pulled and actually performed really well Jake also has a shot out his save percentage this year nine thirty and a goals against average of two point two one it's been a good year for number thirty four Jake Allen in the blues get the win two to one over the Oilers they'll be in San Jose for a game on Saturday night I'm Tom Ackerman came expo it's Jamie progresses number one number two employee leave a message at that Hey Jamie it's me Jamie this is your daily pep talk I know it's been rough going ever since people found out about your acappella group Matt harmony but you will bounce back I mean you're the guy always helping people find coverage options with the name your price tool it should.
Sundqvist has goal, assist as Blues beat Golden Knights 4-2
"The blues scored three times in the second period to take up forty two lead and they down the golden knights by that score ended a three game losing skid and moving into first place in the central division St Louis gets goals from mackenzie a character Jaden Schwartz Robert Thomas an Oscar Sundquist who returns to the line up for the first time since being injured on November twenty seventh you know I want to go down obviously when I wanna play every game and try to help the team last last couple games been been tough to watch and wanted to to get back and try to try to help the team S. as much as possible and Max patch ready score for the golden knights Jordan Bennington wins in that Walmart Andre flurry is settled with the loss Mike reads St Louis
Faulk, Walker score as Blues beat Penguins 5-2
"With four forwards on injured reserve the St Louis blues got goals from five different players and read to a five to win over the Pittsburgh Penguins Justin Faulk and Nathan Walker each scored their first goal with the blue is Jordan Bennington made twenty nine saves as the blues entered play with a three point lead in the Western Conference the penguins played most of the game with five defensemen after Brian do Mulund departed with a lower body injury during his first shift to the game Pittsburgh has lost two in a row after having earned points in six straight games David Solomon Saint Louis
"bennington" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
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"bennington" Discussed on Death by Misadventure: True Paranormal Mystery
"After Cornell's death Bennington threw himself into his music on May twenty seventh he would post on twitter very creative this week ever in six songs and I'm happy with all of them just getting started the same week achieved another milestone in his life Benneton and his family would move into beautiful two storey home that they reportedly purchased for two point four million dollars in Palos Verdes however what does family failed to see was that he was slowly slipping back into depression haunted by the loss of his friend Chester was clearly struggling in early July he continued to appear happy to family and friends his twitter account frozen in time shows Lincoln Park played two sold out shows in the UK they would play their last show together on July six in Birmingham England however social media can be deceiving and Bennington was not as happy as he appeared in photos I twenty seventeen he would cross paths with Ann Wilson of heart at a TV studio and asked if he could meet with her she would tell Iheartradio that he was very upset anxious about going up on stage she believed that Cornell's departure had hit him hard because he recognized the impulse so he had been hit hard by this news and was incredibly fearful Wilson said to him let's just breeze here and into each other's eyes and go we're still here right now let's just do this it'd be the last time she would see him alive you a few days later Bennington filmed an episode of Carpool Karaoke for apple a show based on the popular sketch by James Corden on his tea that show afterward he would go on a family vacation to Arizona for some rest and relaxation.
"bennington" Discussed on Death by Misadventure: True Paranormal Mystery
"His life wasn't pitcher perfect the newly married couple would be harassed by cyber stalker in two thousand six someone took control of the cell phone email and pay pal account of the couple this is where it turned really creepy David Kushner of wired magazine would write chester was working on an album with legendary producer Rick Rubin to Linda opened a message from an unfamiliar address I'm very happy for you and Chester at red then as if to taunt her are there was a link to a website run by Chester's ex wife Samantha to lend it didn't make much of it she was married to a rock star so she knew how fans could be they blasted Lincoln Park songs outside the couple's house at three PM nailed lyrics to their front door there were always going to be encountered is that you kind of wish went differently. Chester says but the average fan really isn't fanatical two weeks after their son was born chester until Linda heard from an old friend who had received similar cryptic email from the stalker while chester was out of town to Linda got a message from the same address but this time the tone wasn't vicious it was weirdly familiar I know you're going through a hard time being alone at read my thoughts and prayers are with you the harassment escalated from there and one morning chester cell phone was called fifteen times between four. Am to four thirty am one night soon after to Linda had just put their son to sleep and crawled into bed when Chester cell phone rang this time she reached over and answered it herself I'm watching you a woman's voice said pretty soon they're Ebay and paypal accounts had been hacked into by September two thousand six to Linda hired a private investigator to figure out who was harassing the couple Chester wonder if it was someone he knew is at one of the assistance of the guys in the band is it some new person at the management company in the end the stalker turned out to be a twenty seven year old female who was a single mom in Lincoln Park Fan the private detective tractor down via her my space P h she lived with her mom in Albuquerque and was a self-described computer nerd who like grilled cheese sandwiches hated applesauce and took pride right him being a parent the stocking started after she saw chester's email address it advertently seed a mass mailing to promote a tattoo or he owned in Tempe using Chester's birthday and zip code accesses MAC DOT COM account? She started guessing passwords until she found the right one his middle name Charlie. When officials confiscated the Stalker Devin Townsend's hard-drive they found thousands of Bennington emails a detailed log of their friends and family and more than seven hundred of their private photos they also found one of towns personal photos taken backstage at a concert chester gave Arizona later that day she would text chester one last time saying I'm sorry for doing what I did to you guys please accept my apology it was her last communication to the Bennington she would later be sentenced to two years in prison.
"bennington" Discussed on Death by Misadventure: True Paranormal Mystery
"Bennington lead singer of Lincoln Park would interrupt his family to Linda.
"bennington" Discussed on Death by Misadventure: True Paranormal Mystery
"Born under the Zodiac sign of Aries Chester Bennington had known in Sagittarius Scorpio rising he was a spiritual truth seeker and passionate soul driven by his creativity however it was complicated by a never ending wave of emotional term oil and depression highlighting a possible danger that he might harm himself in the future to dull the pain Bennington sought healing through his music and relationships with others his first serious romance was with Elka Brand and together they had a son named Jamie born on may twelfth nineteen ninety-six but the relationship would be short lived and just a few months later his son was born Bennington would move on to a new relationship that would change his life forever Chester Medicine Wife Samantha at a music festival he was performing and he spotted her in the crowd he said to his bandmates see that girl right there I'm going to marry her Samantha A- savage and Chester and stories were a perfect match although they didn't have any money she supported his pursuit of rock stardom and the two married on October thirty first nineteen eighty six they were so broke at the time he couldn't afford to buy rings so they opted for Tattoo wedding bands instead cement that was supportive of them and they traveled the road to fame together while they were still living in Phoenix she would never allow him to quit music and encouraged him to practicing on a daily basis she would later tell David Fricke of Rolling Stone magazine when you really love someone you want to support him winchester left for L. A. Samantha insists she had no doubts about letting him go I believe that it would work out I also knew that if he didn't give it his all saying what if would have driven him crazy the sacrifice paid off but the road to stardom for Bennington was rough at first he was homeless for the first few months in La Bouncing from friends and relatives sofas until he had enough money for Samantha to join him rockstar couples in their lifestyles may look glamorous but the reality of course is that celebrity struggle through relationships just like the rest of us in fact finding and holding onto love might be even harder for someone who's famous not only is your love life microscope but the very nature of fame might change how you think an act in relationships when you add addiction into the mix it can be Com quite toxic life in the fast lane took its toll on chester and his marriage to Samantha he continued to be self destructive using drugs and alcohol and at the time of Lincoln Parks Early Success Bennington slip back into addiction Shinoda once told the Ardian candidly the tours we did in the beginning everybody was either drinking or doing drugs I can't think of any that were sober.
"bennington" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Bennington backstopping, the first period and the blues out with two nothing Lee on the way to four one win and their first Cup. And the MVP the con- Smyth you-know-who. I can't I describe as well as means. How hard we worked ups and downs how he just kept fighting and guys just coming together and keep working for each other to, to win this, it's a whole nother season this playoffs. It's so tough. And we just try to stay even keel as possible and keep fighting through to hoist Cup with this. It's. It feels so good. Oh my gosh. Ryan Reilly he scored a goal in game. Seven scored in four straight games. He gets the Cup the consummate these likely going to win the Selke trophy as well. And quite a year for the former sabres captain, Jordan Bennington stops thirty two shots. The blues get their Cup title of going from worst to first. It'd fire head coach Mike Yao nineteen games into the season. They had the league's worst point total on January third. Kevin Durant confirms. He's undergone surgery for a ruptured, right? Achilles tendon, of course out for a considerable amount of time including tonight when it's game six between the warriors and the raptors from Golden State Toronto looking for another crack and winning its first championship Kevin flower homers for the first time in more than a month. The giants double up the Padres. Forty-two Red Sox. Get a four three win on a walk off. Walk Mookie Betts works bases-loaded walk in the bottom of the ninth Roddy till as grand slam caps. A six-run fifth Blue Jays snappy. Five game skid. I'm Jeremy white WGN sports radio five fifty download the radio dot com app. Enable push notification. For.
St. Louis Blues defeat Bruins to win first-ever Stanley Cup
"They can sing whatever they want in Saint Louis. They are not singing the blues last night game seven of the Stanley Cup finals in Boston. The Saint Louis blues defeated the Bruins four to one for their first Stanley Cup Saint Louis. Score twice late in the first period. Ryan Reilly put in the first goals going for the fourth game in a row Alex betrayal match with eight seconds left before the horn. It stood up until the third brain. When Brayden Schenn Zach Sanford at it third period scores. While Jordan Bennington booted out. Everything Boston threw at him for most of the night. Thirty two saves a Senate shutout hopes dashed by Matt grizzlies in the closing minutes. O'reilly was named the Conn Smythe trophy winner is playoff MVP eight postseason goals. He's the first player to score in four straight games in the finals since Wayne Gretzky, we've heard of him the loser in the Stanley Cup finals each of their first three seasons after the big nineteen sixty seven NHL expansion. They were coached by the legendary Scott Bowman, but they were swept each time by the Canadians and then the Canadians again. And then by the Bruins remember that Bobby ORR flying goal, that was then that was the last time the blues were in the final, and this. Here. They managed to beat the Bruins with a statue of that Bobby ORR goal right outside of the TD garden. So hockey season is over the new hockey season begins next Friday with the
Dealing with information overload with AI
"Information is now created communicated and consumed on an industrial scale content from billions of sources. Is distributed via an array of channels to audiences all around the world an around the clock. But it's the Spade diversity and volume of information is rapidly becoming overwhelming, and the, the key is to discover an extract the best information from that vast quantity of data at the right time. And from the most reliable sources, so simple but signal is an artificial intelligence powered media monitoring, reputation management and market intelligence provider. But that's not always ranked as one of the case, fastest growing companies Bader, financial tones, essentially signal building solutions that compliment the human expertise within any organization, but with artificial intelligence and solutions that can expand a teams knowledge with up to the minute information and supplement their processing capacity by trolling through millions and millions of data and content sources full them. So I recently learned that signal. As opened offices in New York, and Hong Kong, and is also emerging as a leading authority in distilling facts. In an era of fragmented new sources. So for those reasons alone, I'm quite excited to get them on the show today. So book elope, and hold on tight. So I can be meal is all the way to London. So we can speak with signal is founder, David Beddington who's going to provide his unique insight on how machine learning software is rapidly changing monitoring services for government legal industry, finance advertising, and be on. A massive warm, welcome to the show. Can you tell the listeners a Labatt who you are? And what you do. I am David Bennington. The he and founder of the business could signal AI kingdoms being around for about six years. I founded the business in London in the garage, I with my dog to be on my teenage who's a how cheap dates onto and together, we've been building this for the last six years, which essentially aggregate, a lot of the world's information we bring together most of the world's news, you know, two hundred mile and over a hundred languages, we combine that with a lot of the world's regulatory data since -ocial media was full costs and increasing the a lot of alternative data sets the internet. And then we apply machine. Nine AM. I to transform that data from unstructured text into structured insight that business leaders can use to make better decisions founded the. Business in a garishly an episode a Silicon Valley all Steve Jobs. Exactly. I often have to remind US investors that we, we also have carriages here in the UK, although I pronounce them garages, of course, when to say. Absolutely. Now signal, I is an artificial offficial intelligence powered media monitoring reputation management and market intelligence provider. But can you help people listening understand
The Latest: Comparing Blues vs. Sharks
"Listen. I I'm fascinated by this, like, as goose the sharks in Bruins at have been storyline wise. I think competitively. This might be a better serious, the, the blues right now are playing at their best. They have all four lines role in pretty much all of the maroon line has been a little bit iffy. Thomas is banged up defensively they've been great. I mean again Meslin mentioned off the top of the podcast lake the sharks were diminished, but they're not the minister of the point of only scoring two goals in three games against the blues. That's that's indicative of two things. The four check that the blues used all season to control play and a certain little gentleman named Jordan Bennington back there, who has been as unflappable as Jordan Bennington will be the first to tell you that he is. And he's, he's the prophecies been realized nothing gets to this kid twenty five year old kid so like. I'm just fascinated with this matchup. I think it's a really intriguing one. I think these two teams match. Well, and I think it's going to be a hell of physical
Stanley Cup Playoffs Daily: Blues push Sharks to the brink
"Us now after a big Blue's win in San Jose. Alex Ferrario thanks for coming on overnight, America. Well right now. Right. I'm so inept up. I'll come on, anytime you want. At this point, I'm getting sick of all the San Jose fans. It's like Crimea river already. So the blues after the debacle with the NHL, who has since admitted they made a mistake, when it came to the hand pass, the have come out swinging. They've only lit up one goal in the last two games a big five nothing victory today in San Jose with game. The next game game six coming to Saint Louis on Tuesday night. I wanna get your impressions of this big game five victory. What are your thoughts? Well, honestly if surprised at how much they dominated the betas as sharks, you know, I'd go back to that game six against the one picked. Yes, Ryan, where what was on the brink of elimination and blues held them to two or three shots. I believe through the first two periods of the game. And you know this I think was the biggest game of the season for both teams. I mean, I don't think either side what's to be down three to two in the series, and especially now that it's coming back to St Louis where the blues can eliminate San Jose Sharks, where they're two for two and elimination games playing in St Louis. So I was very surprised at how much the Blu Ray able to dominate San Jose Sharks. But the end of the day you just gotta take into the Packers. I mean Jordan bidding to outstanding for the shot that he did see the blue defense was even better limiting David n shots. The final two periods of the game. But at the end of the day, I mean, the blues have gotten to stand. Jose sharks. They're in their head. I mean I you have an air Carlson was injured. Didn't play the third period. Philosophy hurdle is injured and didn't play in the third period and then three other guys left early in the third period, two of them because they tried to get fancy a nasty with their place. So they were down to nine eight or eight skaters at the end of the hockey game. So I mean, the blues just completely dominated Ryan, and they got into the day, sharks his head. And, you know, I think right now the sharks are way way big underdogs going into Tuesday night in in game. Six. Yeah. And the way that the blues have just been able to play their game. They're playing solid hockey in. It's just amazing to see how they could smother the opportunities of the opponent. We saw towards the end of the last series. And now we're seeing with the given a very limited shots and even quality shots against San Jose. So comes back here. And I think the blues got the eye of the tiger. You know how exciting this is for Saint Louis to know we could close this out and go to the Stanley Cup finals on home ice. I know the pressure is there, but the blues are looking so good. Yeah, they really are. And I mean you know you gotta take him to the consideration. Some of the other things from the game today to Ryan you know, the offense terrorists Saco with three point four points. But the goal in to assist James sports with another hat trick. I mean, we spent we spent so much time throughout the postseason talking about where the big names are where the top scores are. And now they're starting to show their faces against the San Jose Sharks team. And this is huge coming back to say Lewis because not only are you going for an elimination game while you're trying to do something that hasn't been done since nineteen seventy I mean, think about that, for a minute, almost fifty years since the blues have been in a Stanley Cup final, and they could police their spot to go to that on Tuesday night in Saint Louis and taking a consideration. Everything that took place that season from firing Mike, yo to bringing in Craig ruby as the interim head coach and springing up, Jordan Bennington. And fighting through adversity and fighting through everybody. That said there's no chance of loose can do this. And now they're about to push their ticket to the family Cup finalists. Just incredible. Think about in. I mean, honestly, it gives me goosebumps to think about how loud enterprise center, we'll be back to twenty sixteen. When the blues eliminated Chicago Blackhawks from the playoffs in the first round and means that place blew the roof off of the Scott Trade Center at the time. Yeah, multiply that a hundred if they pull out a victory on Tuesday night, and I think it's a big if because look San Jose Sharks knack for gets the wall. And if they could find a way to get their injured is in the lineup. They're going to be dangerous team to deal with plus the watch party that they had is a pretty good indicator. The fans are just ready man. They are a Hong grief for this. How cool was it to see that? Yeah. Yeah. Petrocelli are phenomenal food assistance through regular season. In most seasons. That'd be a video. He was there. And from what I understand they sold out that enterprise, and now they weren't selling out tickets for the top fortune. They were telling them for the lower portion, but you said that they were sold out that place was loud, that place was Brockie in, in the top dad. Both part of village was shoulder to shoulder from what I understand watching those games. So the city is guiding for a Stanley Cup championship. The city is dying to be in the finals and to be in there is one thing. Let's do it with the storyline that the blues put together this season. I mean, if you think about it Ryan this could go down. If the blues were to accomplish this daily come this could go down as one of the best duck and tap run in the history of the National Hockey him, it could go down as one of the best seasons in the National Hockey League for a team that was. Last in the NHL January stuck in considered to be done talking about trading away their top players. And now you're sitting here talking about playing the Boston Bruins in the first earned the final round of the Stanley Cup playoff just on real to think about it is really is. So this is really unreal. Five wins is all it's gonna take now five wins to be that close considering where we were just in January. So I wanted to talk to you about the game. That's on Tuesday night. The blues have been looking great ever since that hand pass man. They've been ignited they got that either tiger going on. What are you looking for on Tuesday night here in Saint Louis? Oh, you're gonna have to look for them to be responsible. Because like I mentioned San Jose is going to be a very dangerous team. I mean look they're one of the highest scoring teams of the regular season in the postseason for the NHL and you know that all centers around what will happen with Erik Carlson. I found it really interesting today after the game, you know, was asked if he looks back on his decision of playing Eric Carlson and regrets it. And, you know, he said hindsight, you can't really sit there. But you got to do it all over again. Yeah, you probably would have spread Carlson because of that nagging groin injury and didn't play the third period. So look, you gotta wait to find out what the lineup it'd be a look like if we're gonna have a Carlson Belsky hurdle looking to any of those big time players for the game. But, you know, Tuesday's gonna come down to the blues remaining focused on what they're trying to accomplish. You know, these guys have talked about how big it was Craig ruby to come into the locker room after game three without hand fast and tell them it's done move on. Get ready for this one. And I think that is the reason why the team is where they are right now trying to win. It's hard to go to Stanley Cup. Yeah. You know, it's, it's going to have to be ready for that game going gonna have to be ready for a hard push from the San Jose Sharks in the first period. But who's got the fan side behind him. They got the whole night's behind them enough to click. So I think if they just do what they've done so far this season. And then in the postseason, I again I know it sounds dumb, but simple hockey is what's going to win the series for them. I gotta say that Tarasenko shootout goal Goldman or the penalty. Schott. What a laser shot from him man. And I think that these players I mean they're going out there and you saw kind of a balancing act. Sometimes you see the star player step up and sometimes you see the role player step up. You've had a pretty good mix of that going in which is pretty good indicator. Plus, you've got a great backstop with Bennington that's been playing well what an exciting time. Can I just vent about one thing? I'm so. Sick of NBC in their coverage of this, you know, every time they go back to their analysis. They could care less about Saint Louis, you know, they, they focus, here's what San Jose's doing wrong in. Here's their chances of coming back. They could care less about Saint Louis. I'm getting so sick of this. Yeah. Me. You know what I guess I should say surprise me those kinda surprised because if you look at the TV ratings in this in the previous game and really throughout the playoffs Louis is dominated television ratings for these days, which goes to show you that people in St Louis care, the people outside of St Louis, tear keeping more about watching this thing. Sixteen people saying they don't even really care about hockey. They were going after the third goal scoring. I know on afternoon. So but you know what? What's four frustrating to me is just the consistent. I dunno pumping the tires of players like Joe Thornton, and players like jokes Avella ski and Logan. The tour. I, I mean just any chance, they get the talking about how great it would be killed when a Stanley Cup for the amount of time. He's been in the NHL what's up forget about Jake Bohm Easter who's been in the NHL just as long as Joe Thornton, who's never wanna Stanley Cup. I think that's a very intriguing side of it. And then you're. Talking about Logan could tour with his eleven goals in the postseason, which is, you know, high up there since two thousand ten with Alex. Oh, betchine's. Well, let's look at Jay Schwartz. Who's one goal away from tying a blues record for most postseason goals with bread home. And I like I get it. You wanna California team in there if you're NBC, and you want the California Boston, west coast, east coast at the end of the day they never wanna Stanley Cup was dying for Stanley Cup.
"bennington" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Lose saved by a leather up anytime thousand go back to get a blues finish a partial change his Berg all head of steam coming through the end of the bluestone. Shoot it an essay office. Stick bennington. Why he got his cO on that curb the right? So that was the blazing shot to benching will be put Angelo del lost. It is but transient pinch Thomas from behind the back with it on the nearside blue light. But Tranquillo all done which shot. Start bursting game seven. Six thirty opening period. Hickam stars into space bowl. I bought my stunk. Whist sunk was back in his own into Edmonson launches at ahead. He's in any suits blocker save by Bishop SARS, get it back. It's Carello centering. They go to shoot it. And why do they go? It goes Bennington lost his stick guns. Loose in front star star Bennington lost his stick Peron's argue. There was contact that stars goal is going to count. We're tied one one all because of the turnover from the blues defence in behind the net blues get to fort lost edge, no trip. Damn buck control by the Dallas Stars ace going into the neutral zone. Relative hand says a trailer. They go to. Fanned on it. As Edmonson got a piece of the puck Edmonson backhands to portray Angelo up to Tara Saco on lyndale. He drives the neck he suit sit on the puck is loose. And it's jammed at the side of the neck comes out of the scrum into the corner and the stars clear. It ahead domes over to. Hey skin on the near wing off the Rico picked up by romance. He's going to drive wrap around knocked away. And then the play tied up in front blues. They're going to clear the zone that'll be an icing call. They deflected up to the Dallas line five to go over to love joy to remaining and game. Seven with a trip to the Western Conference playoffs is gonna go to sudden death overtime. Holy cow. Sixty minutes not enough to blues stars will play on into a first overtime period sudden-death to determine who advances to the Western.
Bishop now the Stars goalie trying to beat Blues in playoffs
"Thing. So the blues and the stars enterprise center tomorrow night, eight thirty is when the puck drops you're going to hear it here on came elax. I wanted to get some of your impressions of what we should be looking for when the blues take on the stars. I think a close series obviously to teams that know each other really, well, you know, Dallas when three or four this season. And I think that kind of interesting thing is that, you know, two of those three wins came when the blues plan really really well, but I don't know how much you take from those matchups just because this season for the blues was so interesting and the blues faced a couple of times some guys out. And just the way that this year has gone the way the Stanley Cup playoffs has gone. You know, I feel like you can't really Bank on anything. I think the blues in Winnipeg we're very very close by virtue of you know, how well they know each other. I feel like Dallas in Nashville the same way Winnipeg in Nashville the simply last year. So you know, I expect a really really close series. I guess one of the big questions is how much will home-ice matter after it didn't matter at all in the first round against the jets. Yeah, that's true. And there's a lot of pumped up fans. This is going to be a really big goaltending matchup between the two teams. Both are extremely well. Yeah. Bennington, obviously has been one of the stories of the NHL since he took over back on January seventh and made his first start in Philadelphia. And then Saint Louis, and Ben Bishop has been, you know, incredible. He's obviously guy who has done it before. He's got the hardware. He has been to the mountaintop and. You led the NHL and save percentage over the regular season. So he's a big guy. He is a very very active. He is I think just as a hockey fan a lot of fun to watch. And yet to goaltenders that are playing really well Bishop ended the season on a really really high note as well. I mean, I get four shutouts in his last seven folk games that he played he missed some time in the middle of March with lower body injury. But you know, it didn't seem to slow down. And I watched two of just how sometimes these players can feed off of each other. And I look at Bishop who is a hometown guy, and he's gonna feed off of the starts here in Saint Louis. I'm sure which will elevate his game. I think Bennington wants to prove himself. So I think that will elevate his game too. I mean, we're I think up for a real big match up between these two. Yeah. I mean, it's fun to watch some of the best go had had when the stage is the biggest. And I know that it's not technically Ben Bishop in Jordan Bennington going head to head. But you know, a goaltender can swing a game or swing a playoff series. It's certainly think we saw Jordan Bennington swing. You know, the blue season once he got into the net. I think he is pretty much. The reason why the blues are where they are right now they have kind of taken on his personality his swagger and is production. So yeah, I can't wait to see, you know, a couple of games Bennington was just I mean every game. But really couple of moments that he was just unreal. And really kind of helped the blues win that series against the jets, and you know, for Bishop as well, I'm sure it's going to be great
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"In US history. One person's dead in a fatal fire in the city's journey out of section last night. KYW's Dan wing in the newsroom with the story. Dan, O'Brien and fire crews arrived at the hormone, Bennington street, just before midnight and. They were able to bring the basement fire under control in about twenty minutes time. However that twenty minutes, plenty of time for the fire to kill a sixty seven year old man and several pets who were inside. Fire Commissioner Adam Thiel says investigators are now looking into what happened. Cause
California ticket wins $522 million Mega Millions jackpot
"The lunchtime numbers on Wall Street l. let's head over to Tracy jonky for Bloomberg business Tracy a bit of improvement on the Dow bet. Absolutely I mean Boeing is still all of accounts for all of the. Dow's lies at the moment and it's upside is led by Coca Cola so we've got mix here in the Dow is down. About forty seven points to twenty five thousand one hundred four it's no longer down one hundred NASDAQ's up thirty five points the SMP is up five and the Bloomberg WBZ Massachusetts index is higher by, three, quarters, percent, it's, rising, above, the, rest the Dow's lost again I'll Boeing and. Coca Cola topped its earnings estimates says no and low sugar drinks fueled it's global growth Diet cokes new skinny Kasim flavors. Helped out a lot coke launched, the redesigned cans and four new flavors in January and those new flavors made up about. A third of the brand's rebound in, recent, months homebuilder stocks, are, among, those, losing ground the Commerce Department says sales of. Do homes fell. To. An, eight month low in June business reports at eight and thirty eight past the hour I'm Tracy jonky Bloomberg. Business, on WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty WBZ news time. Twelve. Ten workers at the neck oh plant in revere has suddenly found themselves without a job round hill investments bought the business back in may. At an emergency auction and that company now confirms the plant has, closed down company says it has decided to sell. The brands to another. National manufacturer so far we haven't heard. Who this new owner is we also do not know if or when production will continue at. The plant now many of, the company's workers. Expected, the plan to stay open through November when. The plant's lease expires according to a worker. Talking to the Globe employees have not been or have been told not to show up for work and to come back on Friday to get their final paychecks and their personal belongings it's almost time for. Football with the season coming up we heard today from. Patriots coach Bill Belichick at the training camp press conference he was asked about. Julian, elements four-game suspension Gillian is a hard very hard working player world disappointed but it is what it, is he's moved on we've moved on Take. What we have now do this, we can when he was asked, about the. Benching of Malcolm Butler at the. Super Bowl. Didn't have much to say about that either simply answering, he's focused on this year season and last year. Is last year WBZ news time twelve eleven sports in. A minute but first this story a liquor store in San Jose California. Sold the, only winning. Ticket in last night's mega millions drawing it's worth more than half a, billion dollars before taxes, of course the winner has yet to come forward mass lotteries Christian teasha tells WBZ's Ben Parker couple, of ticket buyers here in Massachusetts also one big two there were two winning tickets sold in. Massachusetts for. It last night's drawing not the jackpot prize but there. Was a three million dollar winning ticket sold and east Boston zillions grocery, on Bennington street. And there was a one million dollar winning ticket. Sold at least supermarket fifteen eighty five com Evan Brighton. So a good night for a couple of mass residents and, we're hearing those winners have yet to come forward.
Scotland, Ward Hill Castle and Chester Bennington discussed on 24 Hour News
"From the game of thrones is had a happy ending former co stars get harrington at rose leslie got married at the bride's family castle in scotland today even though they weren't invited fans of the show gathered outside the nine hundred year old ward hill castle for the ceremony with paramedic in two thousand twelve on the set of the hbo series seven year old daughter is a tough little kid in pretty smart to willow convinced her father kerry hearts to pay or one hundred dollars if she could pull out her loose tooth in one shot when she did it took to instagram to post a photo over with your tooth in one hand and the prize money in the other nearly a year after lincoln park lead singer chester bennington took his own life it's clear to his widow that there were warning signs right before he died linda bennington discussed the tragedy on a cnn special on suicide sancti she noticed big changes in her husband's behavior finding hope battling america's suicide crisis airs tomorrow night at seven on cnn wins news time three thirty nine muslim my family they never graduated.
"bennington" Discussed on Z100
"Oh by the way at its it's been about a year since we lost chester bennington and he took his life and it was several months after he was sitting in that same chair would yeah he came into see us and of course i i can't imagine what it's like to go through that i mean lincoln park just simpson important part of our lives but it was your life a lot of it in so many memories you have of being on the road and riding with them and i like how you said that because that's true like i in this process i it's hard for anybody to lose a friend or or in this case he felt more like a brother like it was like it's almost like losing a family member i and i did one of the first things that i had to really look at was you know just just looking at myself i grew up as i said before you know playing music and also painting and stuff and my entire when when when people think of like oh who is mike like they think of lincoln park and when they think of lincoln park they think of me vice versa so i i in the early about a year ago i was really struggling with the idea that this part of my identity was changed or broken or couldn't couldn't keep going i know i didn't know what to think about that because you know in terms of the legacy of lincoln park and and my stuff it's been part of my identity for site long right so i was and i was scared to go in the studio i was scared to do certain things that were related to the ban and i realized that if i kept like staying away from those things so for example staying away from playing guitar and piano and i didn't even wanna play music at that time and i realized longer i waited the more the anxiety built and i needed to just get over it so i went in the studio a couple of weeks later and started just just jamming just doing stuff just doing it to do it not to write a song not to make anything that i'd record just to play but look at look what happened it was the struggle of trying to figure out your identity it turned into an album the honesty and you can hear it you can hear i hear it in some of the lyrics anyway but i want you to hear something when chester was here lincoln park's longevity which i think is so important to hear because look lincoln parks can be a part of our lives as well forever listen to what he had to say this is really cool longevity comes from what in your opinion how come you guys are still around inspired to write and not really locking ourselves into a specific place in terms of john or or style that's the thing that i think is is the most exciting for us you know and we said it from the very beginning but we really want to be a band that kind of melts the walls of genre and like and kind of becomes its own thing that can't really be explained maybe song by song but in terms of the body of work by redefining what aban can do or what a group of musicians or her single artists can do with their own style is long as it comes from the pure place an honest place you know you can write whatever you want while does hearing voice that we had such a great time with him that day and i'm sure you look back at your moments with chester that there were the trying times i'm sure as every family has but i smile on a here's voice so yeah for me it was a you know i haven't heard that clip and it was.
U2 dedicates song to Anthony Bourdain at Apollo show
"Reaction coming in from around the world the us north korea summit wasn't even dry and the declaration presidents romp and north korean leader kim jong signed at their historic summit in singapore promising complete denuclearization of the korean peninsula before that global naysayers zeroed in iran which recently saw the trump administration back out of its nuclear deal had a warning for peon yang administration's failure to honor its commitments makes us watch mr trump's behavior with pessimism and i think the north korean government should handle this with full vigilance china showing signs of backing out of international sanctions against the north thinks their grip should be easy access greg palkot you to honor late cnn host anthony bourdain at a private show last night to honor the late anthony bourdain during a special performance at the apollo theater in harlem by no spoke of losing a lot of inspiring people who gave up on their life most likely alluding to the recent suicides of kate spade chester bennington and chris cornell but he named boarding saying and now this great storyteller whom i'm sure has stories he couldn't tell us so for anthony bourdain his friends and family this is a song inspired by a great great great friend of ours in excess lead singer michael hutchence hutchence was found dead in nineteen ninety seven of an apparent suicide boarding was found dead last week in france michelle pollino fox news.
"bennington" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"People who knew bennington and chris cornell and those individuals and they're you know they're shocked because this came out of nowhere this wasn't something where this person had suffered you know with this on the surface and they rang act law at and same with eight i if that's what if that's what happened if it was depression that that led to that um you know suming that you know that that no drugs were involved her there's some kind of something that that that that put him in a place that was you know that he took you know i know that's the discussion surrounding chris cornell a part of it has been that you know the the medications that he may have been on may have led him to that state of mind you know again that's where experts in and best gatien and family family members and doctors to discuss and find out there's a lot of that stuff we may never know but the point being is you don't see it on the surface you don't you don't always know that about a friend you don't know what medication they may beyond you don't know what situation they may be and mentally because you can't see see what's in their mind and a lot of people put out a really good front i mean they they walk around every day yet um and they you know they go about their day in the end that's their whole point is to put on their stephen ah i see this from ceuta glad for a a drug that treats depression and then they're holding up this little sign it's a smiley face fine they put in front of their face during the commercial because that's the that's the idea you put on a brave face so you know it's um it's it's it's always difficult you know it it depression i think happens with a lot of people it's just the level of depression that goes in and becomes a clinical depression that that requires that clinical approach and doctors helped to get through it but it is treatable yes some things you just don't see in some things you just you you'll never understand the hugh will end the human mind well we just end.