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"larkin larkin" Discussed on WXYT CBS Sports Radio 1270
"Fourteen on the season four could jock and it's a one goal rippling lead up the right side devante Smith breaking in try to cut out in front lots they handle now sent it back towards the right point the medicine Bali Bali skates download to the corner the mess the car for the check on him along the boards and taken after the puck in the corner along with the defenseman Thomas a pot applicator posted to an office that can out the Sabah hearing that popped out at center back the other way the path so the line Anthony Duclair little slapper domestic Koppel the way by the red wings defense Shabbat hold it at the line where the shot knocked down by Giovanni Smith and Smith will hammer to head the applicator center you'll push it off across the Ottawa blueline let's do the wonder drug this will mark the Conner Browne moves into the red wings on along the right side side step the Jack in the corner now he hammers it around the end boards house again after that looks to be a good rob the back the bill Larkin back to be a go up the right wing that office stick out the center right sloppy picks it up and hammers a backhand into the corner the the droids all it gives players a behind the death of the calmly into the left corner now it's looks to the side Zhou trying to center it ran into last shops lock pick after the puck in the corner but picking it up in stride as Dylan Larkin L. hammer back in up to the red line at center ice age he turned it over to Dylan Larkin Larkins pasal Alaina Fabry coming back slapping the blade across to develop when the mellow to the trailer run hang C. carries it out to center ice for other one he'll dump it from center behind the replicate twelve ten a goal in the second period it's due to want to Troy two zero Larkin the goal scores for the wings of the game and pretty good job for the Ottawa senators other Ennis after the puck scoots away from traffic moved it to the blue line but that pass alluded the Ottawa defenseman Golub often he's got to retrieve it now behind his own goal I don't like Riley up the left side he skates out the center right moves away from bill pull over the red wing like pushed it out in front it was re directed one of the goal by Balzers as a D. now heads back three onto across Seattle alive early to set the in office Dick played around the near win by the defense when Riley out to center ice red wings have it again and now it's well we should get off the glass and into the right circle the other was all editors with a goal here in the second period Larkin had a power play goal is to to want to try it with a lot of time to play in the second fiddle chronic picked up the only assist on a powerplay goal by bill Martin to assist market game for Philip Roenick and Colin white.
"larkin larkin" Discussed on WXYT CBS Sports Radio 1270
"Goals in one game and all three were short handed goal the only goal this hockey games a short handed goal by our Terry look at him as the wings dump it in there on the power play to start the second period of play attacking left the right our play brought to my ram trucks get a whole new perspective on ram trucks at the ramp start something new sales of a they didn't shoot it down the ice and I'll Roenick will pick it up the behind the red we go all out with past comes out the center to fill up the Dino over the blue line in the Montreal zone a pass the Larkin Larkin to Roenick back to the right circle it comes the Larkin not as a teen I love the dealer throws it to the right point the Robby Fabbri over the room to get the left circle watch by looking at not a lark in into the corner for per to see back can't sit in the corner Roenick to the line of fabric choke it down on that stick to hold it in them free to Roenick left circle moves then shoots the puck lick in the sink was made by Lynn good Reebok comes right out in front of the goal like an anvil clear off the right wing boards and down the I think you're confused as strong a plane to login to reference was predicted second city tried very good the opening for a couple of days early in the second one just on the power play still thirty five seconds left the third power play chance in the second period brought to you by your southeast Michigan four dealers as a thing Ford first dot com round Nielsen rings the puck around the end boards into the right circle Scandella drop the back the tree sells it for the right point held in by the Troy green gets the feed from Bali at the right point down low right circle feed to bell Terry Filppula Billboard throws it across one time effort by Madison Bowey with Donna now we get to the end of the line the green the focal right circle the feet over towards by we again this one office that could make Thompson though a behind the goal to money Smith penalty is over Canadians are full strength we still haven't the Montreal and fill up with the line not taken from the left circle bye bye we save me by lingering the original stop from green from the blue line now it disappears into that protective netting behind goaltender Charlie linger even sharper Charlie Linden that first job and make a green I think Mr that bounce off the end boards massive valley moved in how.
"larkin larkin" Discussed on WXYT CBS Sports Radio 1270
"Down into the islanders over that once it gets into the penalty box return LD o'neill's the call went over the glass and into the crowd and he's going to get a penalty for delay game he was inside his own a bullet either benches none of minor felonies on the belly box aside and rare mistake by Darren helm will continue to play outstanding hockey first part where the game belongs to the owners of the penalty three minutes and twelve seconds of this opening period and this Ripley's penalty kill is brought you by quick park you book your flight now reserve your spot a quick part dot com I understand for fifty five with the man advantage then have a power play chances that last game against the blue jackets and they want to do nothing here's a feat in front trying to jam and hold for right out in front Brock Nelson rattling steel and played up the boards and on the ice much like a center in a basketball exactly face toward the blue line got that puck on his back and brought to his forehand and almost put it behind Jonathan Bernice and ties a good two way player is Jeff Blashill describe the truck Nelson's Matthew Purcell good rush acid brown here's a chance by Nelson again a birthday made the save our self settle up beautifully cut right down the middle the ice in front of birthday and a big city by burning a while the islanders on the power play hard sell over the line flips it over to the right side of the ice I got a back to pull it out of Brazil outside river the right circle skate style Los we did in the slot a shot by Broussard and it would turn away comes back to the line pull a cold that in what the two Bo villi a and now he turned it over now lead it's too far credit Glendenning Billboard trying to lay the head if he gets another state Glendenning has a break away I'm Barlaam all the islanders will set it up Marcel inside his own sold fifty seconds to go the minor penalty to help no score first period just barely left side of the ice drops it back stolen by an attorney that rolls off his stick the bars on the corner that beagle picked his pocket Alex BA depends the puck along the boards now it's Doug free by the islanders it swept by a belly up the right side and nobody at the right point the puck flies out to the island line the longest tenured player on the team judge Bailey's going again coming down the right side still the power play the honors a league the past the bloody public park a little bit just when he was ready to shoot the puck pulls away from Roenick centers it out in front the pass was intended for Anders Lee eluded him he was covered though by the red wings defenseman down the ice the puck goes in ten seconds to go in the other power play no score first period Dave's up across the line the puck was broken up by Larkin Larkin Bertuzzi over the blue line for to the got the feed from Larkin hangs on the puck penalty is over red wings are at full strength they got the puck the red wings do where they want it the islanders will after the see you at it knocked the way in the islanders will top it off the boards into the red wings older Dylan medical raffle scoop it up and turn away from Zeca lays it out to center ice up the right wing death of the sea with past broken up at center ice by clutter bucket ill deputy behind the red wing goal the red wings kill off the first I love their power places it goes with the centering attempted that one hit medical rats that Martin way that this is the case behind the red wing goal he scoops it around the right side now Martin makes a move between defenders in the right circle back cancer behind the red wing goal right now the islanders pending the red wings in their own up market after the puck with Zeca Cyzicus Willis centering into broken up break there by numbers now looking out the center's Larkin beat pass up across the line up in the C. 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Stephen port and it's not the way with a stick of Barlaam up we got there before after the see you another set up in front of the room goal get bored out the center Clutterbuck along ship plays it into the Detroit so green back to dial this glove slides it across the to Lossky now the red wings of the bill to change the date on the ice for Detroit I have sent a right slips the puck into the corner the islanders old lady after it following stick it loose then it comes back all the way down the ice into the Detroit up thirteen twenty to go opening period one probably called it with the help for delay the game in the red wings killed off his fabric cuts over the island a blue line right circle stick Kelly with a drop the to the trailer green told drag the puck shot the puck wide of the target it was a low shot and now scooping it up ads Everly in the corner dropping it back the boy just played it up the way got it out to center ice in my green in front of the island are French will floated off the desk you're behind the New York goal both teams have to call the Jensen balsam inviolable John the burn a couple of that's me to key saves early in the opening period former Islander fronts Nielsen out their jams the pocket behind the New York goal what Chuck moves it into the corner for Nick Leddy outlets it out to center ice thirty with a Broussard added up across the line to Brock Nelson Nelson check the one that your wings just inside the blue light coming back to steal as hell L. through traffic at a pic from them at the knees slightly to the open side of the ice and picking it up we're sorry takes a deeper the islanders all club twenty to play opening period here in Detroit late arriving crowd will score the first period wings tap without the Islander belie may feel turns away from traffic pass that up the stick about the C. you became double villi a and then he turned it over put it on the stick a lark and after the scene with a shot in our Lubbock be the say good scoring opportunity for Detroit right back over the blue line is bird to see in the left circle centers it improper Larkin will it chances are what will be the same he was in cold right there between the circles Dylan Larkin with the scoring champ read handles imported Troy red wings come in a little bit now turning with it in front of the penalty box for to the tip it over the Islander blue line now the sublet dot is it's tap the head and others lead to dump it behind the red wing goal sing the praise the honors the pregame a show of the ribbons actually better two teams only opening a print Barlaam office me probably four five big saves well look no drag the line I'll get it the bar itself top of the right faceoff circle the magician out there put it through the legs of Larkin to public with a shot yeah the same out of midair Parcells acted like a baseball swing out of midair came right out in front in the New York Islanders have scored the goal that is the Ford others lead connecting to make it one other thing to your honor's Lisa Captain America as he gets the goal one nothing in New York with all Matthew bars well what a great fish to describe.
"larkin larkin" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
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"larkin larkin" Discussed on KGO 810
"Uncomfortable somewhat eccentric. Man possibly had an injury from this stagecoach accident, which affected his personality. He dresses Jabaliin strings on cuffs of his pants and beat up old hats and, and, and dusty black jackets and Stanford who favors tuxedos even during workdays and top hats and shoes that are shines to brightness of mirrors. And everything is, is quite in his in its place in Stanford's world. This odd couple begin to spend time together and begin to socialize together and begin to talk late into the night and become friends, and they become one of the strangest collaborating pairs that you can imagine in, in the history of invention, and it's their friendship that leads to what I believe is the invention of motion pictures, which ensues a some years later when Stanford gives more bridge, another photography assignments. To photograph is horses, because he keeps the farm, which is his race horses, especially trotters at a place that we now know as Palo Alto the home of Leland Stanford University, the tragedy. However, tuck it in here because my bridge lives several lives inside and Edward notes, he has distanced himself from people by dressing, shabbily and staying by himself, he marries, a young woman, a woman who was twenty years younger than he is flora, he's fascinated obsessed with her. He stares at her. He takes photographs of her outside, however, he doesn't return affection that she can recognize she's a young woman, he sets up in a house, and he tries to give her all the money in the and the things that she wants, however, he doesn't give her what she finds adequate affection, and this leads to flora after the birth of their son falling in with another man, whose invented himself Larkins and this was another. Other profile of the nineteenth century inventing itself for me. Although Larkin's will wind up a villain here, he very much could have been at the right place at the right time to and become one of the one of the gilded age is celebrated ones, not one of their rascals Edward. Yes. Talking about a guy called Harry lark, and who was an Englishman with a polished education, who decided to leave his prosperous family behinds in London and come to the American west, which he does in about eighteen seventy or so. And he is a smart talking beautifully dressed, man, who seems to be adept at persuading people who, give him their money. And so he arrives in, in San Francisco, and, and despite his polished, outward appearance finds himself in jail for trying to con another fellow out of out of some of his his travel money. And once he springs himself from jail, he invents, this guy, Harry Larkins, rather, handsome, and articulate, gentlemen, invents himself as the critic becomes a writer on the theater for the Harrises, go, Tron ical, and he's a man about town in San Francisco, and he meets Edward mortgages young wife flora downs. And he's deuces flora Moi ridge, and they become lovers while Ed Weybridge is off on his photography assignments up and down the west coast. And mortgage comes home, and becomes quite suspicious of his wife and one thing leads to another and he discovers that his wife has had this lover Larkin's for more than a year, and he decides in a fit of pique and also in some of the sort of notion of western Justice that Larkins has to pay with his life. So he goes at nights at midnight to a house where he knows Larkins is, is spending, the nights knocks on the door demands to see Larkin's Larkin's presents himself, the door and Edward more everage pulls out his Smith and Wesson, revolver, and shoots dead. And at this point, why is a well known photographer. He's well known as a friend of Leland Stanford and Stanford. It seems comes to mortgages aid when the murder trial in sues, and Stanford helps to get a lawyer for mortgage, it appears to be and after a long and, and sensational trial, which fill the American newspapers for a month and a half in eighteen seventy three four mortgage is acquitted of this murder, which is peculiar because he admitted to it. And he's acquitted on the basis of something that was one called justifiable homicide at the time and the place in California in frontier, California, there was this notion that AMAN had a right to kill his sexual rival, and he could be acquitted, if he did that it was the husband's rights to defend the marriage bed to use the language of the day and mortgage is quitted of his murder. And released. And then he goes back to Mr. Stanford and Stanford welcomes him back with open arms and says, listen, we've got to finish this work on my horses. I've got these thoroughbred horses. And I really wanna know whether horses when they're galloping ever leave the ground. The inventor tycoon when we come back, the invention of motion pictures, and we'll try to get Addison in this picture to gilded age murder and the birth of moving pictures. The inventor and the tycoon by Edward ball. I'm John bachelor. This is the John Batchelor show. Taking you through the third shift. This is the John Batchelor show on cagey out eight ten. This is Dr Howard founder and formulator of balance of nature.
"larkin larkin" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"I'm John Batchelor. This is the John Batchelor show. Edward ball is the author of the inventor and the tycoon, a gilded age murder, and the birth motion pictures, and we will get the motion pictures because may bridge, you might have guessed is the man who has the genius idea of how to make his pictures move. He's a very enterprising photographer. I our we have Edward Edwards of profile of Leland Stanford who becomes part of the central Pacific, the great railroad magnates of the post civil war, period. The, the last bike is driven in eighteen sixty eight and they become wealthy beyond imagination in the latter part of the nineteenth century known as the today. Meanwhile, Edward my bridge has been home with his mother and his family residence until the war's over. And he comes back to ten in that period. He's been trying to invent things like washing machines, but there are a lot of inventors of that, like, good printing techniques. For putting color, and in tagliatelle printing. And he goes off to Paris at one point, and stumbles across photography, which was all the rage in Paris, photography was the new technology, their digital age any immediately takes to Edward it was as if he'd been looking for his whole life. Yes, it seems almost like an accident. That's why would would encounter this, this new technology and embrace it. He was nearly thirty seven or thirty eight years old when he decided he was going to set aside. Everything you've been doing professionally in book, selling, he say, he tried to become a small time inventor for a period of time at thirty seven he changes his career and decided to pick up a camera and become a photographer returns to California in eighteen sixty six. I believe, and with the help of a friend, whom he had met in New York, MRs sell Celik, the man he met when he got there and eighteen fifty. Yes. That's right. He sets himself up as a photographer for higher. And he's not good with people. He's, he's kind of a reclusive man. He's not socially at ease. And so he's not able to get customers in the most conventional way. That's stock did as portrait subjects that was a very lucrative part of early photography and still today, but my was runner bad as a portrait artist and he began to photograph the outdoors and it just happened that you'll sympathy valley in central California had become a destination for small numbers of adventure travelers. To, to enjoy the rapturous beauty of this is twenty five mile this seven mile long. Use me chasm in central California, and my takes some of the most majestic and arresting photographs of this valley, and they've become big selling art objects, they, they're, they're, they're awarded prizes. They he makes a lot of money from these photographs. And he suddenly has his himself a prosperous career as they've landscape photographer. So at this point, he is known in San Francisco, and in central California, as the man who you want to photograph your land, and your property, which is something he, he knows how to do quite well. And he meets this guy, Leland. Stanford who by this time Leland Stanford has has quite a bit of property. He's a one of the richest men in west of the Mississippi, you suppose this is sometime in eighteen seventy two after he had some dealings with Crocker one of the partners in the central Pacific. Eighteen seventy one actually and. So Stanford, who is the prosecutor just men west of the Mississippi. The president of the central Pacific railroad hires. Edward marv's to photograph is house. Just a normal kind of assignments for a photographer here. I have a beautiful piece of property photograph my house for me. Moy CHU is, as I said rather uncomfortable. Somebody eccentric man possibly had an injury from this stagecoach accident, which affected his personality. He dresses shabbily strings on cuffs of his pants and beat up old hats and, and, and dusty black jackets, and Stanford who favors tuxedos even during workdays and top hats and shoes are shined to brightness of mirrors. And everything is, is quite in his in its place in Stanford's world. This odd couple begin to spend time together and begin to socialize together and begin to talk late into the night and become friends, and they become one of the strangest collaborating pairs that you can imagine in, in the history of invention, and it's their friendship that leads to what I believe is the invention of motion pictures, which ensues of some years later when Stanford gives more another photography assignments to photograph is horses, because he keeps the farm, which is his race horses. Specially trotters at a place that we now know as Palo Alto the home of Leland. Stanford university. The tragedy. However, tuck it in here because my bridge live several lives inside and Edward notes, he has distanced himself from people by dressing, shabbily and staying by himself, he marries, a young woman a woman almost twenty years younger than he is flora, he's fascinated obsessed with her. He stares at her. He takes photographs of her outside, however, he doesn't return affection that she can recognize she's a young woman, he sets up in a house, and he tries to give her all the money, and the and the things that she wants, however, he doesn't give her what she finds adequate affection, and this leads to flora after the birth of their son falling in with another man, whose invented himself Larkins, and this was another profile of the nineteenth century inventing itself for me. Although Larkin's will wind up a villain here. He very much could have been at the right place at the right time to and become one of the one of the gilded ages. Sela. Braided ones, and not one of their rascals Edward. Yes. Talking about a guy called Harry Larkins, who was an Englishman with a polished education, who decided to be his prosperous family behind in London and come to the American west, which he does in about eighteen seventy or so. And he is a smart talking beautifully dressed, man, who seems to be adept at persuading people who, give him their money. And so he arrives in, in San Francisco and. And despite his polished, outward appearance, he finds himself in jail for trying to con another fellow out of out of some of his his travel money. And once he springs himself from jail, he invents this guy. Harry Larkins was rather, hand, some and articulate gentlemen, invents himself as the critic he becomes a writer on the inter- for the Cisco chronicle and he's of a man about town in San Francisco, and he meets Edward mortgages young wife flora downs, and he's deuces, flora, more ridge, and they become lovers. While Edwin Weybridge is off on his photography assignments up and down the west coast and mortgage come. Home and becomes quite suspicious of his wife and one thing leads to another and he discovers that his wife has had this lover Larkin's for more than a year, and he decides in a fit of pique and also in some of the sort of notion of western Justice that Larkins has to pay with his life. So he goes at nights at midnight to a house where he knows Larkins is, is spending, the nights knocks on the door demands to see Larkin's Larkin's presents himself, the door and Edward more average pulls out his Smith and Wesson revolver, and shoots. This men dead. And at this point, why is a well-known photographer. He's well known as a friend of leaving Stanford and Stanford, it seems comes to averages aid when the murder trial in sues, and Stanford helps to get a lawyer for mortgage, it appears to be and after a long and, and sensational trial, which fill the American newspapers for a month and a half in eighteen seventy three four mortgage is acquitted of this murder, which is peculiar because he admitted to it. He's acquitted on the basis of something that was once called justifiable homicide at the time and the place in California in frontier, California, there was this notion that AMAN had a right to kill his sexual rival, and he could be acquitted, if he did that it was a husband's rights to defend the marriage bed to use the language of the day and is quit of his murder. And released. And then he goes back to Mr. Stanford and Stanford welcomes him back with open arms and says, listen, we've got to finish this work on my horses. I've got these thoroughbred horses. And I really wanna know whether horses when they're galloping ever leave the ground. The inventor tycoon when we come back, the invention of motion pictures, and we'll try to get Addison in this picture to gilded age murder and the birth of moving pictures. The inventor in the tycoon by Edward ball. I'm John Batchelor. This is the John Batchelor show. This is Dr Howard founder and formulator of balance of nature where changing America one life at a time. I've been vitamins, I had to take because post-cancer cancer post, cardiac situation, but the bows nature of I mean that being so condensed on natural. You know is amazing stuff. I haven't told this good in seven or eight years, I would not be able to do a third of anything, give pigging ballots matrix to have more energy. Yeah, it's a godsend really is experienced Valance of nature difference for yourself for a limited time, all new preferred customers will receive an additional.
"larkin larkin" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Tonight's guest that you haven't already download the my one buffalo and to their tap on the fan appreciation. I we've already given away one buffalo prize. The winner of a one night stay at the buffalo. Mary Senate with two tickets the same poem opener will be announced at the end of the second intermission. Federer out on the boys to Reinhard gets to all the Senate center over to go, but I couldn't control it and Mathis kooks trust, and it's punched out to center and flipped into the buffalo. Anne, McCabe tracking it down less than three to go. In the second goal of Fullerton guns. Christ's ace brought by Eichel to the live flipped in over the line. And then scoop back out again by the wings and tour controlling internet's kept in. By the wings was shot. All the way around on the boards is held in there by Gelius. In front of the net. Shot went up escaped wings wacko back to that point whip Dover. The Chellios got it into this lot area free. And we'll be recovered by all of sudden gets it to center to Rheinhardt Reinhard return past all of sudden, it was deflected away. And now knocked down the buffalo end leftback their risk the line. The line swigs Dali added up on the wing in over the line at the lives room. Louis gate brings it back. Fired around behind the net tip around the boards inside two minutes remaining in the period back into shot that goes lie and back to the point heavily coming up here to buffalo. Another shied. Look into the corner recovered by the sabres and now the whistle will go and now buffalo shorthanded. On the one. Can be an interference call in front. He's making his way across to. Probably take a look at just left to the goalie. See what happens right there as he takes his man ties up frozen to the ice. Down. He goes to try to on the power play. So far here tonight. Tour felt sit around on the board. Settle. There's. Second second. Larkin starting away the cruises over the buffalo. La and pass comes across that took this shot in all Marc spears it with his catching glow. Mark able to see that when come in. Pretty clean mantha steps down. Nice job by Jake McCabe, stepping off to the side. He realized the shots coming. Then you're going to see him step off to the right? A little bit of that shot to get through and Lena Cellmark sees it clean. Prod, while keeping it in for the Red Wings that comes to mantha on Malta mantha top of the circle on the corner. Mathis got it. Again, mantha looking for an open man one minute to go here in the second period. Hayes, but work back to crowd wall again, Ronn. Well slides along the wall now kept in by Larkin. Larkin his shot that's gonna go. Hi round on the glass, but out of this own. Came back. And it's whip back to the blue line held in at the point that Klay by Akron, well, shot that goes high in light of the net. Chop free by buffalo and take it away by the savers swept the rest of the way down the light year. Goodson. Less than half minute remaining in the second buffalo five to one but short handed for another forty second. John wall. Slipping ahead helmed got it over the line. It's cranked up and dish out on the boards in the buffalo back in the other direction that how to the point it comes on keeping it in there doesn't shoot. Now. He does get down in front of the net shop, but not out wings, keeping their let's knock down the buzzer goes buffalo reclaimed the puck out. Good job on the Buffalo Sabres here in the second period. Putting some good numbers on the board scoring four three. I'm sorry. Three goals. But only allowing. Five shots on net for the Detroit Red wing so stop defensively, they're kind of shut it down. But really turned it on..
"larkin larkin" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Pass through center ice. Ahead and fired him by Sherry. Around on the boards at comes. Buffalo holding it in there though middle stat battling for got it to Wilson quarter Wilson China get away taps it back to the point held in McCain's long shot and that depletes and end up going to play in the garnered. Favorites after they wear team. They got themselves into trouble because they allowed the defense of the quick rhetoric to get involved with the offense. Down low derailed. Joel. Jumping opportunity or. On the wall and getting so they gotta be aware of that. You gotta make sure you're within the stick length that man, the DA specially and prevent him from anything alive in the offense is on Tuesday for Detroit got it across ice long around the buffalo net trapped by all Mark. And he cleared it around off the glass of pop soda play. But there's no penalty there too big last. I. Reverend teaming got to be aware of the stretch fast. They're gonna look for that long stretch pass off here tonight C get the puck down behind their nets. And they're going to look to try to hit somebody that's crisscrossing along the far blue line the blue line, and that's how the awful lot. So when you do fresh though, second third guys that are going to be back. You got to be aware of keep an eye on that stretch pass. Nobody breaks free deflect into red wing territory and chasing back after their smack arrived. He got it to the corner. Didn't get it out. Sippers holding it in by popping it onto Larson Larson guns around behind the nets wings getting it back again, turning Detroit. Couple. San set up on the wing taken back by Mon tour. Riquet out behead now comes to Palmdale. He slept on the boards. Brought in by Larson Larson, try to hold it in their let there gotta pack again. And then flipped it on the wings squeezing behind the net. Shoveled in the direction and poked off the wall, but not out of there was delighted moved up all of chases after his men buffalo, keeping it impacted a point. Here's the show right on Howard makes the say off the boards up on the wings stolen away by buffalo and kept in there again. Right. I tried to catch up with an ankle does to Reinhard. Jay sets up Sam Reinhart again and the low heads the one nothing. Now Sam Reinhart gonna get twenty second goal of this season. And he's the one that put the fresh originally under the throwaway pass to the far side jackals able to pick that off right here. There's reinhard. The no look past Jack Eichel's able to pick it up feed Reinhardt. And he just waits and waits and waits and allows the goal goaltender to stay down. Jimmy howard. And by the time, he gets planted on his backside. There's no way of him continuing to move Sam dissuaded split-second more everything opened up, and he puts it into the empty net. Long pass comes. I took all Mark. He kept it in behind the leg. Wings, will recover. Keep it in there. Back to the slot. Shut. The plex goes off the glass in the corner. In front of the net is taken away by postal oppose ho to center ice, but to five for Skinner. Don to panacea stolen back by. But below and tipped in over the line by Nelson who fell but he gets back up and into the play Rodriguez groups that are costs four minutes gone here in the opening period. Nelson again hit the line. One too many passes by buffalo. It goes to the court on the other side Skinner keeping it in Skinner clydes, Sherry he tried to get it in front of the net. That's not down taking back again by the sabres shot gun to high and wide and around on the boards. What below keeping Sherry once? Again, Sherry at close quarters gets knocked down and the Packers recovered. Why the Red Wings? The middle with a pass to end and gets in over the line. He takes his shot up a leg. Shipped back in behind the net. Mccade techs away for middle stat middle stat woke to that menteur coming away got it over the lie and the return pass remind tour in the corner, dribbled it around the boards Monto or takes his shot right in front of me. The middle. I'd covered up by our at least. Voluntarily keeping it again. Buffalo swarming around in that menteur another blast pad and it's clear to center ice. That'll Ford along the boards Mackel riots. Chase back again it's held in by metal stat. And finally Jimmy Howard says this enough I'm on. Magic face seven shots of this point. Harry is he's been busy. Scotty Wilson with the wrap around giving Howard's able to get from the right to the in time make that save. He's been under tremendous amount of pressure mos- hot players fam- Reinhard scored. Visit savers dot com slash MOS players. Twenty-five percent coupon for mos- tomorrow. Right up the face off, our voice to cover up again. Good shot by stepping in there this line Eichel Reinhard Olsen. They're really nice job since victors here. And he's got the speed got the ability to play with these guys when he gets a chance to bury it he can do that as well. So this line pretty impressive the way they've been able to play this fire in the buffalo. And this another thing against the Rangers Edwin. The guy in a position to succeed in that. On this line in giving them a chance to make sure that Olson's on the ice. He's going to be with the best players. But he's making sure that he capitalize on opportunities. This is just a six game in the first five games two to four points. And he's an even player so very respectable for the young, man. Tuesay's tears in over the line dementia. Trying to leave the Larkin Larkin hangs onto it whipped. And across as went all the way to the corner shot right on but Larkin played to the side and Beth black buffalo Aiko steps. Over the blue line. I go got an embassy all of churchmen. And that went off the goaltender off the glass in behind the net. Larkin starting back again, you'll drop back in shot right on Omar covers up on the rebound that bounded in office thin pad out in front of the buffalo has a one nothing lean here in the opening period from Little Caesars arena. Jared greeting once in a lifetime moments is sort of what we do. And.
"larkin larkin" Discussed on WXYT CBS Sports Radio 1270
"Are. There's so hurt gives up his first career goal. The tennis Chile ski. It's a power play goal and the Red Wings, take filleted. Actually, it's a tie game. One one very familiar days back in the western junior Hockey League. But good passing with the wings in the power play. That's back to back games on the power play goal. It all starts with Gustav Nyquist, hang on that puck and tight spaces Toronto. By to Philadelphia players got back to Dennis allows you let the risk dot go. They beat up the young goaltender six side. Just that tied the game at one goal apiece. And they can thank their goaltender Jonathan Bernstein for keeping this hockey game. Bernese made pitstops after big stops in this game and the rookie for Detroit. It's the other rookie and it's one one tie six goal this season for rookie defenseman. Dennis. What a fine. He's been back on the blue line his confidence level in the poise the play through so many different kinds of situation. Just outstanding. That's a big get there by Philip moronic stepped up the neutral zone. Got an edge to them. And we saw right there as the puck comes out the center ice blend. Denning works down into the corner. Togas took a swipe at it comes to any lifts back in the line Roenick fire the screen shot knocked down in front of the goal and trying to reach for it. So the whole host of other flyers now Eric similar shots blocked. Keen tied. One one Red Wings want more as the player glendenning has it in the corner bounced it around the boards near side Ericsson pinches end. To jam a deeper into the corner. Flyers will pick it up as Patrick bumped it up the boards and into the red wing m. Roenick after the puck knocked his man down was the Ford. Michael raffle. Wing set it up inside their own zone pass out the center ice, and it's deflected by Abdulqadir around the end boards into the corner and the flyers own and pro-arab played around the nearside for San high. Game tied one one. We're in the second period. Over the blue line here is connecting moving down into the corner. Swings it around the boards van rims dyke plays around the opposite way. He ended the far corner goes connect me trying to play it to the line. Broken up by Larkin. Larkin comes back with Nyquist over the flyer blue line, and he kicked it right out towards the middle of the circles in front of heart and swept away by San Heim out the center redwing, should it. Back in Provo Ravin Larkin after it in the far corner. Tied one one after the power play goal by Chelsea. Jensen has it inside the redwing, and he'll tap it out the center ice. Now. It's stopped Nyquist down the left wing boards to shoot it into the far corner in the Philadelphia zone. San high backhands it around the right side is connecting tapped into the Detroit in going in after it. Now for the Red Wings is della rose, he'll sweep it across for Trevor daily lips it out the center, it's batted out of mid air by Rasmussen Redwings are side is Rasmussen tap the behind the Philadelphia net Kosta spare played it into the corner now turning and firing della rose puck bounce the way comes out the Simmons at center strides over the redwing Bulaq drops it back to the trailer pass across the shot. And Bernie may the saves. He smothers it between the path. He was looking back in behind him. Jonathan Bernier good prospects pass, but the Philadelphia Flyers Wayne Simmons coming down the left aside and got to spear was wide open. Let it go. But a good stopped by Jonathan Bernie give no rebound in the wings. Staying at one one time. We'll be back with more in a moment. This is Detroit Red Wings hockey..
"larkin larkin" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"People are looking for out there during training camp after training camp when they get a little better assessment of what they have. I would think that maybe he'd be thinking about that the signing of Skinner, and all that kind of thing you gotta give it some time. You gotta let it play out to see how this this works. But if. What's the opening night roster on the ice? And then if there's if there's anything available with your d I'm not saying to add to the no I'm just saying that to loosen it up and maybe make some room for some guy. I don't see I don't think that there's a big move right now. I think that they're very very happy with the competition that's happening here at camp from the young players the older players trying to solidify their positions. There's there's logjams in the forward line. There's logjams on the on the on the defense and rate, which is not a bad thing, which is not a bad thing. That's what makes your organization stronger because every organization is going to have injuries through some point. And when you're pulling guys from the minors that are capable of already playing in the NHL, but they just don't have a spot because there's too much depth. That's when your team is a strong team. I think right now Jason bottles in a good position because he wants to allow his young players to continue to grow. And we're talking Jack Eichel. Sam Reinhart me Lander teach Thompson, there's a large number of guys that just time to continue to get better and push push their game. I will answer DAT later probably at eleven o'clock because my opening night roster. We'll do at eleven o'clock because we want to give you guys plenty of time for when PD's those thing we've got about three minutes. But what I'm saying we get ten minutes for disor dot. So let's let's go. Going this morning. Eric Carlson's now as San Jose Sharks? And so you got Eric Carlson and bread burns in San Jose. Ooh, would probably get some votes for the north stroll fee next year, even before the season starts. So I'm asking you only one of them will be a finalists, Eric Carlson or bread burns this or that. Ribs, your d why don't you take it and razor wire the answer? But none of them. No. Can't say none of the above Carlson. I okay, that's good. Because I was going to go with burns just happens that I didn't that chair. Ribs will disagree with. I am knocked. And this this is this is one of the greatest district dots. They I think that you've ever had. Brought off Carlson Brent burns. You're talking the two of the most they are they they are the two most elite offense of defensemen in the National Hockey League. I believe that now they're on the same team, San Jose Sharks are powerhouse they sign Vander. Kane. Curie a lot. Zaluski? I mean, you go on and on they are stacked. They're going to get that push from the back end. I just the separation part for me is I think Brent burns has that big shot. And I think that last year had an off season with what fifteen goals he didn't score a goal until scores goal till like thirty games. I think Brent burns has the has the ability to score twenty five thirty. You know, we always talk about the western what's changed a little bit of more and more of a wide open game, you know, skating game. I think it works Carlson advantage. He's going to be up the ice. He's going to have more opportunity. It's not going to be quite healthy again for him and for everybody. Hopefully, he is. But here's the difference. Excited about a the thing with me is last year. Peaky sue Ben was nominated for the Norris in in Nashville. And he was even the best defense in Nashville. So is it a popularity contest? Because who gets the most attention? That's sube. He gets a lot of attention. Yes. And he's good for the game. You know, he does a lot of good things. Don't get me wrong. But is in is in the top three defense. No chances in the top ten. He barely barely up. Ten. Okay. Well, good. When marty. Voting nominee this or dad who would be miss more. There's four guys are FA like Sam Reynard before Sam sign that are still unsigned. You've got willy nilly lender in Toronto shade Theodore in Vegas, you got Richie and miles would miles woods with the devils. I don't know why still unsigned. But anyway, so who would be missed more FDA? Stay on sign Willie Neal lender in Toronto or sheet Theodore in Vegas this or that. Which one would dare team. I Don I think both teams are get along just fine without either one of them. Okay. Willie neulander. I think these come on Willie Neal Lander at some points. Two years. He's the twenty goals score. You know, listen, I mean, Austin Matthews a great hockey player. There's no question about it. But I'll tell you right now old willy Neil Lander. There's a pretty darn good a player himself. He makes players that he plays with better. And the reason why say Neal Lander is needed in Toronto is this. Yes, I understand. They went got John Taveras. Everybody's ordering the rings in Toronto. But what Tronto doesn't understand is that they they got rid of two players that were extremely good in their lineup in Tyler Bosak and. Zack and vanden rooms. Three. Spread across other guys that are going to get that ice time. Well, let's hear it was spread. It goes back guy who is a of cost. Okay. What's going to be causing spot? Listen. It was forever. Your time. Poof, it was spread across three lines. Three lines scored you had the Matthews line. The next line was Audrey Qadri with with Marlow. Martyr. And then you add the third line that had a thirty three goal scorer on it with van rims. Daikin Bosak was one of their best drama, and I wouldn't so now all of a sudden those guys aren't there? I'll tell you what I think of this. And the reason why I brought that up is because for me, it will be Shaef Theodore would be mess. Most in Vegas because they don't have Nate Smith for the first time the season. So they're losing two of their top four defenceman. Started a season. So that was a trick question right there. I didn't know if you guys are you set us up you just willing Neil under this morning is probably not really happy with what happened here. No. He's probably. Interface and they're going, okay Willie. We were supposed to. Where are you considering well, we're going to have their and Drager on tomorrow is usually back with us for a Friday meetings. But he tweeted last week that the word around the league was willy nilly was looking at eight plus million dollars not gonna play. Yeah. Three point six five for some rain are just kind of put a kink in your plans right there. Well, you also have to look at, you know, William Lander sixty one points last year, I think it was twenty twenty one twenty two goals, and you have the guy from Detroit Larkin signed for six six point one million dollars. Where does William Neil Lander fit with the Larkin Larkin signed a five year deal though. It's kind of in between the bridge at two three years eight year max, so it's in between there. But I think Neil lender is better than Dylan Larkin. So I would give him more. But again, do you want to just Toronto save money for martyr and Matthews and then just look? Rana's willing to pay Neil Andrew seven million dollar contract. No, I don't think. So because then you're giving basically got to give mariner eight or nine and you gotta give Matthew stand and a half year. Plus what you give to rare. So you're gonna be paying those four guys fifty million dollars. It's impossible Neil enters the guy. They're gonna dig their heels in big time. We talked about opening night. And you have a player you talked about Larson being at the fort lane center, but you also talked about Gergen's. And so I'm gonna ask you this for this exercise for disor DAT opening night if you had to pick one Larson or Gergen since to be on that lineup. There's only one spot available for one of the two Gergen's. You've always likes them. Yes. Right. You'd think just just a little different player. You know? No, I think realizes now that he needs to do something serious not only for savor career. But maybe NHL he's been buffalo all summer work. Do you watch? He has put a little bit much man debatable. But he works hard. Yeah. And he works hard and he works hard. And I don't think you get that same Gergen's was on the line with Nick Baptiste. And who was at the centre forced fourth line center. The other night, I wrote it down. But yeah, it's hard for Gergen's too. When he has to lead the way on the line. That's not a restless aspirin, right? You're right. So I mean, that's it's tough. It's a tough place for him to be able to shine. He's gonna be much more of a support. But you know, there's a situation where you've got two guys. Right. There you go. What's his next move? Maybe that's something you got. This is Emmerson ribs. Very tough one. Again, a very good one. I think the only reason why I would pick Gerguson because I just think that he's has a little bit more jam nastiness. He's a little bit more guy who wants to go to the front of the net and make things difficult that fourth line has to be all energy. They have to work like, you wouldn't believe make it difficult put that puck in and get after it and be physical and just be that relentless pursuit, and I think Zam Gergen sin. Is is probably maybe a little bit better suited for that. And for me as it can be a penalty killer and do it right because they're gonna use fort line players to kill police, and hopefully who's the better role player in that role to be able to do it. I'm going to say Gerguson but in my opening day lineup boat. Larson's and Gerguson do not factor in and we'll do that eleven o'clock when we come back. We are going to do sabres by sweater number. We will do buy sell three later in the show as well. So yeah, there's still.
"larkin larkin" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Seven nothing. Gift to Larkin. Larkin slag off the right side, bounces it out still keeps the legs moving down to the nineteen by Chiron Brown. Only got a yard on the Mark and really took a shot. Got rid of that football tried to step up in the pocket, but he stepped right into someone's shoulder pad. He went down as he delivered it. But he knew he could get it out of his hands. It was going to be a big a big play, eight minutes to go and a half seven nothing. Northwestern caps. Second denied at the nineteen. Larkin to the left of Thorson sclerotic motions. Right starts back. The other way. Snap to Clayton. Thorson enough. Throw here out second down roles. Right. Fires complete to the five cavern green. Five yard line is going to be first in the market down. Five. I doubt Goldie go. Beautiful throw my Clayton. Right. It was really nice route to my camping. Was stretched out your typical tidy a position. He stretches out makes a nice route comes out of it. For a nice catch and the council. Go wildcat here with Larkin Thorson wide left Larkin. Oh, take it. Right. Larkin inside the five touchdown second touch for Jeremy. Wildcats Bella the lead here when seven twenty one. I I really like Larkin outta that wildcat. He does a very good job there. He makes it. Nice read. But he's all for the end zone. They're nice blocking upfront there the point of attack. Everybody was involved to handle the hat, and he didn't walk sand. But he danced in five yard rod for Larkin who banner for the PAT. Seventy three yards. Seven plays all the drive in the kick by coup Bandar is straight through. Twenty one to go first half, the Wildcats. Extend their lead at northwestern, fourteen Akron, nothing. Wildcats football presented by win drugs. Distracted driving is carrying insult people. Making conditions conceive..
"larkin larkin" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Let's get a wintrust sideline reporter crucial back of northwestern outlet and Chicago's back out of hope. Well, you don't always see timeouts like that. Which are really to just regroup this northwestern defense has Akron on its heels right now on his really been playing very very well since halftime last week. Thanks for that. Wintrust Savan report second down twenty four accurate for their own twenty nine trillion seven nothing feels like it should be more than a seven game BELTRAN sands. His the running back to the right of the quarterback Nelson. Drops back to the twenty his past Patty down at the line of scrimmage by Jordan, Thompson, senior defensive tackle from Cincinnati, Ohio. As a knocks down that passenger breaks up. There are down twenty four. If my math is correct fifty five yards of penalties for forty one yards of total offense. That is why I don't know if that's your map is correct. That fifty five is more than forty one. I I stand by my math. The map of the screen. The math right here. Right. Twenty four. Akron for their own twenty nine with eleven twenty two to go to the hat. You gotta play for third and twenty four. Nope. See if they crack it out here. Nelson back to the twenty Gabby. Plus for the pocket all the move sidesteps who defender and headaches thrown down as better Patty, Fisher, a great on the elusive quarterback Nelson to take it out of the thirty four yard line at it is fourth down. Nineteen or a nice job there. Only rushing three eight back and Patty Fisher was the sky. He was on their quarterback. And he was ready formed one guy missed but Patty Fisher came up with the tackle. I a pot from his own twenty three yard line and Riley leaves ratchet down fair catch signal that made at the twenty seven. Offense leading seven nothing. And let's see if they could get something going here because they have been unable to do it. So far on a consistent basis narrow my points in after. Recovery. The acronym. Seventy hardline the Wildcats have scored five touchdowns this season. Tadic four of them have come off opponents turnovers as Reuters great. They're opportunistic. Yeah. But you can't always count on those ride Purdue game. We had three scores off, right? Three three picks last week. It was not off a turnover scored one tonight at once. For the Wildcats. Molteni running back first down. It'll be moten right side puts his helmet doubt runs. Over defender. It out across the thirty to the thirty one ice skate on first down four yards James king of spot to take down boat in the junior from Saint Louis second down and six thirty one. Prey their replaces screw running off to the left Jefferson. The true freshman. The left. Mcgowan looks like they're gonna run the ball here with it. All the big boys up front tiny under center L handed off moten running left. Moten often urban block gets across the dirty thirty one and then get shoved back Davis and brings up third down and three tight ends their single back formation ran off the left side of the white side of the field and barely got back to the lines premature. All right. So here we go again. Third down at six the Wildcats to of six on third down thirty six they're all thirty one with nine forty to go with the first half seven nothing earth. Western Nagel starts in motion. As Thorson looks. It over snap to Klay drops pressures coming steps up starts to rot across the thirty thirty five along the sideline to the forty nine. About penalty marker down the twenty five yard line of flagged out in the backfield. Longest route the season for Clayton Thorson and pick the apparent I doubt. But this one's coming back. A very impressive run. Offense number fifty nine penalty from the previous spot third-down JD Butler the left guard and that is the first penalty of the game against the wild. And the big one to Clayton. He really needed that for his confidence. And you could see him coming back onto the field after he ran off the field in front of his own bench. Everyone just game. Hi, FIS and excitement, then he turned around, and you can see the expression was fake. Oh, no. Going back. Larkin back into running back down at sixteen wild cast their own Twenty-one trips right signal receiver left swing past Larkin. The catch fifteen to the twenty gets a block to the twenty five thirty to the thirty five close to a first down to the thirty seven yard line. Did he get it got to be very close? It is a first down for the Wildcats. They needed sixteen. They got sixteen. Roar smell Larkin mainly Jeremy locking with some good walking that son. Yeah. He he did a nice job. He's the second leading receiver on this team coming into gaming eleven catches for over seventy yards. And you can see why he really made guys missing the open field on top of it. Burst out of ten for the Wildcats at Thorson rolling left. Stop man wide open downfield. Twenty five twenty. Defense all by himself. Wait for the ball to get their Alvin Davis there to take him down. I down for the Wildcats at the twenty yard line. Definitely a breakdown. Secondary had opened down outside the numbers one hundred Lodder pressure. There is a nice pass forty three yards. I down to the twenty of the zips with eight thirty two to go first half hats up seven nothing. They'll give to Larkin Larkin slanting off the right side, bounces it out still keep the legs moving an. By Chiron Brown. Only got a yard on the play Mark. And really took a shot. Daresay got rid of that football. Tried to step up in the pocket when he stepped right into someone's shoulder pad. He went down as he delivered. But he knew he could get it out of his hands. It was gonna be a big a big play eight minutes to go and a half seven nothing north western cap. Second to nine at the nineteen. Working to the left of Thorson store. Roddick motions Rex starts back. The other way. Snap to Clayton. Thorson gonna throw here. Second down roles. Right. Fires complete to the five Cameron green. Five yard line is going to be first goal market down. Five. I doubt goal to go. Beautiful throw my right on the lottery was really nice rats in my camping. He was stretched out from your typical tiny a position. He stretches out makes a nice route comes out of it. For a nice catch and the council wildcat here with Larkin Thorson wide left. Larkin will take it. Right. Larkin inside the five. Taxpayer. Tonight. Jeremy? Wildcats billionaire with seven twenty one I I really liked Mark out of that county. Does a very good there. He makes a nice read, but he's all for the end zone. They're nice walking up front the point of attack. Everybody was involved in hand and needed Watson. But he danced in five yard rod for Larkin who Bander for the PAT. Seventy three yards. Seven plays all the drive and the kick by coup Bander is straight through. Twenty one to go first half, the Wildcats extend their lead, northwestern, fourteen Akron, nothing. This Wildcats football presented by windros. Distracted driving is carrying innocent people. Conditions..
"larkin larkin" Discussed on WGN Radio
"For more gift Brown. Brown. Hit middle of the line. Downey goes eight for about a yard. It'll be second out a goal. Call at the seven yard line need, I say the importance of a stop right here defensively for Wildcats play sick. And it go to thirty and counting. The Wildcats came out to the opening kickoff marched down the field. They haven't scored since. But Duke has scored two touchdowns looking for more right here on second down and goal at the seven. And jones. Pigs the gas go into the end zone, man wide open. I want hand catch touched out. Davis Copenhager running out of room at the back of the endzone pulled it in with one hand and Duke Jones third touchdown pass here. The first half lead twenty two seven and Dave that was broken coverage. Nobody nobody at the second level. Either linebacker did not pick him up as good a little play action. I ascended up they kind of bid on it the linebackers. They have their face or there is in the wrong place in the and the tight end and right to the back of the end zone for the one have catch whereabout for the PAT to try to give Duke a fourteen point lead. He does. And so the blue devils. This time with a sixty yard scoring drive Kappa touchdown pass from Jones to gray. That drives sixty yards in eight plays using three minutes at thirteen seconds. It is twenty one to seven Duke with two eighteen to go with the half. Remember, the blue devils? Get the ball first to start the third quarter. So a very important Dr coming up here for the Wildcats who just have been able to get anything. I shouldn't say they haven't got anything going. They've had a couple of drives which have stalled out. They've had a couple of turnovers, but they haven't been able to sustain a drive since that opening touchdown drop, the key that you said, right? There was the two turnovers both picks that was gave. Duke blue devils short feels they scored off the second turn over the first eight turnover they did not. But that was a really impressive drive going sixty yards in eight plays aided. Take a lotta time doing it either. Just over three minutes. Three thirteen. Triggers. He's been busy will kick off again to eighteen to go and a half. Each team has all three of its timeouts were made a gallon standing at the one yard line between the sideline to the hash. Mark up around the ten. Here's the kick. High end over at kick not deep though McGowan fields at yard line fair. Catch the cats will take it at the twenty five. And that's the first time we have seen that new rule. Void signal for a fair catch inside the twenty five yard line by roll the ball will be spotted at twenty five per style. First to cats have deployed that new rule. So they'll have it at the twenty five with two eighteen and coach pitch talked about that the opening press conference. He said I don't want any fair catches on the four yard line. Because if you drop it you're stuck on the four yards. Jake Reed in a quarterback for the Wildcats from their own twenty five yard line. Here's Larkin to the left of breathing. Snap to teach green steps up. Dumps it off incomplete attended for Riley lease the left flat on a crossing route. He he was under pressure and had to get rid of the ball. It is second down and ten to thirteen to go. The half cardinal Santa's an offensive line is to compete in a hurry because the quarterback has no chance to recover. And that was the case he had somebody out before he can lift his arm up to get rid of it or dukes thinking now get the ball back. They might have another chance here before halftime have free time. Timeouts left snapped degreen gift to Larkin Larkin running, right. Looks for room Nelken as do tries to punch the ball out. The Larkin hangs onto it. No gain all the plates third-down Humphries to stop. So it's third down in ten for the Wildcats minute fifty six twenty one seven with cats ran into a stunt. They had an end tackle stunt and first tackle second, the tackle. Then came out. He had containment. No one could block them..
"larkin larkin" Discussed on KGO 810
"I'm John Batchelor. This is the John Batchelor show. Edward ball is the author of the inventor and the Tikoo a gilded age murder and the birth of motion pictures, and we will get to motion pictures because maybe bridge, you might have guessed is the man who has the genius idea of how to make his pictures move. He's a very enterprising photographer. I our we have Edward Edwards a profile of Leland Stanford who becomes part of the central Pacific. The great railroad magnates of the post civil war period. The the last spike is driven in eighteen sixty eight and they become wealthy beyond imagination in the latter. Part of the nineteenth century known as the gilded age. Meanwhile, Edward my bridge has been home with his mother and his family residence until the war's over and he comes back and in that period. He's been trying to invent things like washing machines. But there are a lot of vendors of that like good printing techniques for. Putting color and in tagliatelle printing. And he goes off to Paris at one point and stumbles across photography, which was all the rage in Paris, photography was the new technology their digital age, and he immediately takes to it Edward. It was as if he'd been looking forward his whole line. Yes. A team someone's like an accident. That's why rich would would encounter this this new technology and embrace it. He was nearly thirty seven thirty eight years old when he decided he was going to set aside everything he'd been doing professionally in book-selling, he as you say he tried to become a small time inventor for a period of time at thirty seven. He changes his career and decides to pick up a camera and become a photographer your returns to California in eighteen sixty six I believe and with the help of a friend whom he had met in New York's a Celik the man he met when he got there in eighteen fifty. Yes. That's right. Yes. With the help of a friend file Selleck he sets himself up as a photographer for higher and he's. He's not good with people. He's he's kind of recuse EFF, man. He's not socially at ease. And so he's not able to get customers in the most conventional way, that's stalker. I did as portrait subjects that was a very lucrative part of early photography and still today. But my was was rather bad as a portrait artist and he began to photograph the outdoors, and it just happened that Yosemite valley in central California had become a destination for small numbers of adventuresome travelers to to enjoy. The the rapturous beauty of this is twenty five mile long this seven mile long, excuse me, chasm in central California. And mortgage takes some of the most majestic and arresting photographs of. This valley and they've become big selling aren't objects. They they're they're they're awarded prizes. They he makes a lot of money from these photographs and he suddenly has his himself a prosperous career as landscape photographer. So at this point, he is known in San Francisco, and in central California as the man who you want to photograph your land and your property, which is something he he knows how to do quite well, and he meets this guy. Leland Stanford who by this time Leland Stanford has has quite a bit of property. He's one of the richest men in west of the Mississippi, you suppose, this is sometime in eighteen seventy two after he had some dealings with Crocker one of the partners in the central Pacific. Yes. It's about eighteen seventy one actually and. So Stanford who is possibly the richest man west of the Mississippi, the president of essential civic railroad hires Edward average to photograph is house. Just a normal kind of assignments for a photographer here. I have a beautiful piece of property photographs my house for me. Who is as I said rather uncomfortable? Somewhat eccentric man possibly had an injury from this stagecoach accident which affected his personality. He dresses shabbily strings on cuffs of his pants and beat up old hats, and and and dusty black jackets and Stanford who favors tuxedos even during workdays and top hats and shoes are shined to the brightness of mirrors and everything is is quite in his in its place in Stanford's world this odd couple begin to spend time together. And begin to socialize together. And begin to talk late into the night and become friends, and they become one of the strangest collaborating pairs that you can imagine in in the history of invention. And it's their friendship that leads to what I believe is the invention of motion pictures, which ensues of some years later when Stanford gives more bridge another photography assignments. To photograph is horses because he keeps the farm which is his race horses, especially trotters at a place that we now know as Palo Alto, the home of Leland Stanford University the tragedy, however to tuck it in here because my bridge live several lives inside and Edward notes. He has distanced himself from people by dressing shabbily and staying by himself. He marries a young woman a woman who must twenty years younger than he is flora he's fascinated obsessed with her he stares at her. He takes photographs of her outside. However, he doesn't return affection that she can recognize she's a young woman he sets up in a house, and he tries to give her all the money in the and the things that she wants. However, he doesn't give her what she finds adequate affection, and this leads to flora after the birth of their son falling in with another man whose invented himself Larkins. And this was a. Other profile of the nineteenth century inventing itself for me, although Larkin's will wind up a villain here. He very much could have been at the right place at the right time to and become one of the one of the gilded age is celebrated ones and not one of their rascals Edward. Yes. You're talking about a guy called Harry Larkins who was an Englishman with a polished education who decided to leave his prosperous family behind in London and come to the American west, which he does in about eighteen seventy or so, and he has a smart talking beautifully dressed man who seems to be adept at persuading people to give him their money. And so he arrives in in San Francisco, and and despite his polished outward appearance, he finds himself in jail for trying to con another fellow out of out of. Out of some of his his travel money and once he springs himself from jail. He invents this guy. Harry Larkins was rather handsome. And articulate gentlemen, invents himself as a theatre critic. He becomes a writer on the theater for the Cisco chronicle and he's bit of a man about town in San Francisco, and he meets Edward mortgages, young wife flora downs. And he's seduces flora more average, and they become lovers while Edward marriage is off on his photography assignments up and down the west coast and mortgage comes home and becomes quite suspicious of his wife, and one thing leads to another and he discovers that his wife has had this lover Larkin's for more than a year. And he decides in a fit of pique and also in some of the sort of notion of western Justice that Larkins has to pay with his life. So he goes at nights at midnight to a house where he knows Larkins is is spending the nights knocks on the door demands to see Larkin's Larkin's presents himself for the door average pulls out his Smith and Wesson, revolver, and shoots this man. Dead. And at this point. Is a well known photographer. He's well known as a friend of leaving Stanford and the Stanford. It seems comes to averages aid when the murder trial ensues. Stanford helps to get a lawyer for average it appears to be and after a long and and sensational trial which fill the American newspapers for a month and a half in eighteen seventy three four. Mortgage is acquitted of this murder. Which is peculiar because he admitted to it. And he's acquitted on the basis of something that was once called justifiable homicide at the time and the place in California in frontier, California, there was this notion that a man had a right to kill his sexual rival. And he could be acquitted. If he did that was the husband's rights to defend the marriage bed to use the language of the day and mortgage is quitted of his murder. And released. And then he goes back to Mr. Stanford and Stanford welcomes him back with open arms and says listen, we've got to finish this work on my horses. I've got these thoroughbred horses, and I really wanna know whether horses when they're galloping ever leave the ground, the inventor and the tycoon when we come back the invention of motion pictures, and we'll try to get Edison in this picture to a gilded age murder and the birth of moving pictures, the inventor and the tycoon by Edward ball. I'm John Batchelor. This is the John Batchelor show. You're listening to John bachelor odd Caja eight ten. Since nineteen seventy five the human life review has been the only publication of its kind in the world quarterly journal, which is the intellectual backbone of the pro-life movement..
"larkin larkin" Discussed on WGN Radio
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"Work slugger lookie here comes pressure be scrambling to the right and i will even out about does it out of bounds he was pressured that todd by i believe that was alex miller zams older brother who put the pressure all the quarterback that time so maryland goes three and out the wildcats with two fifty six to go and twotime outs remaining are going to get the football back i lease awaiting the pot from weighed lease standing at his own fifteen yard live takes a couple of steps left and i just went down the numbers on the far side and it's going to be our short ponta will die at the northwestern thirty nine with 245 to go on and a half so good field position for the wildcats here after the meryl lien pod caps capsulated seventeen fourteen 245 ago jill halftime in dave also good time of possession too they had 6 over six yards on their first going drive in this three scorned dr seriesending had it for three minutes in and they had it for four and a half and so this defense now of maryland is getting a little tired wildcats have a up one edge at time of possession here the first half eighteen minutes to nine minutes for the half so here comes the offense which has been moving the ball dorsett fifteen of twenty not one hundred fifty seven yards he ran for touchdown on the last series we should take advantage of this right now jackson eighty one yards rushing burst out from their own thirty nine option left and make had off its scrambling to the ride riley lease to the forty and run outta back looks on the far side epic a little trickery there is they round the option that that brought lisa route out a reverse shovelled of all to him antoine brooks random down on the far side light after a pickup up three two was nearly a loss call it four out to the 43 yard line to 23 to guard the half this time to give beat a larkin larkin prized up doubts profligate battered grunted across the 45 or.
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"It in real time my guest tonight morgan o'toole and yes he is the son of actor peter o'toole and he attended the herro school in london after graduating he studied acting at the tissue school of art in new york at new york university which he left in the fall of two thousand one now morgan's first acting role was in the boxer and then after that he started as desmond in the two thousand five film mrs pal free up the claremont that same year he appeared as trey in the tv series he's totally frank and two thousand eight he made a cameo role and caruso and the following year he started in two short films jenny and knifeedge he also played pedrag telford on the hit series sons of anarchy and i would like to welcome for the first time because to coast am morgan oh tool morgan good evening my friend houria leaving pmi finding good evening to you all of the listeners out vare larkin larkin larkin where do we start my friend okay you know what this is where i kinda wanna go first you and i hung out for four days laden bring up your father's name once i ther that was quite refreshing or you thought that i was told doofus but it was a way for united communicate and not ever bring up anything like that and i thought that that was totally cool the conversations were amazing you made it the beautiful thing regardless so you know where the people are aware of the fact um they use my father or not i think it debatable thing because it opens up door or people who knew him from other generations and people who are still excited about him too you know fewer connection um i got them in a way so it doesn't really matter whether people are aware or not doesn't really matter.