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"petry" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
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Just go to my pillow dot com. Click on the radio podcast square to grab a pair of the all season slippers for twenty five dollars. Limited to 10 pairs at checkout. Enter promo code Eric or call eight hundred nine seven eight three oh five seven eight hundred nine seven eight three oh five seven for this incredible offer. So please order now. Folks, I'm talking to Mallory Millet, Mallory Millet, Danaher, the Web site, Mallory Millet, M-I-L-L-E-T-T dot com, Mallory Millet dot com. Okay, you see David Bowie in the dining room. David Bowie walks into the dining room for dinner. But this is 1973? Yes. That's a long time ago. Holy cow. First of all, he appears sort of as if he's on stage at the dining room and he's wearing an orange plaid zoot suit. Right. And foot high platforms. Right. It's 1973. What do you expect him to wear? Bright orange hair. He shows up in this dining room with like twelve seventy five year olds who have no idea who he is at all. And Lisa and I are looking at him and thinking, who is this guy? Oh, you didn't know who he was? Such a freak. He was in his Ziggy Stardust mode. And we looked at each other and said, is that that Ziggy Stardust guy? Because we had his album. It could be, it might be. So anyway, the next day at lunch, Lisa and I are having lunch. And he and his friend Jeffrey McCormick, who was his bongo player, had entered the restaurant again and they were sitting behind us. They were sitting behind us the whole time. And I'm saying to Lisa, don't make eye contact with these freaky people. I don't want anything to do with these people. Please, let's really avoid them. Let's avoid them. They look like insane people. So anyway, all of a sudden, Lisa says, they're talking about us right now. I said, what do you mean? I said, they're back there and they're looking at us and talking and looking at us and talking. Well, you are very young women, attractive young women. And Ziggy Stardust identified as a, I don't know, something. Total freak. Anyway, so she says, Mallory, they're walking over here. I said, no, no, no, no. Don't let them walk over here. Don't look at them. Look down. Keep eating. And sure enough, the next thing we know, they're standing at our table. Hello, girls. And the next thing we know, they're sitting down and we're chit-chatting with David Bowie and his bongo player. And I'm thinking, dear God, get me out of this situation. These older people are seeing us here now and they're going to associate you with David Bowie. Well, so I just didn't want to be associated with them. And so anyway, we hit it off and we started talking and we got along and we had a lot of fun. And they said, would you like to come to our stateroom because we'd like to play some of our music for you? And we said, well, they were on their way to do his American debut at Radio City Music Hall, which had been sold out. And they were on their way to do this big show. So they brought us to the stateroom. And the next thing I know, Lisa and I are sitting on this sofa and David Bowie is lying on the floor in front of us between sitting on the floor and lying on the floor playing his guitar and singing his entire repertoire for the show at Radio City Music Hall. It sounds to me like you might want to shake your hand. No. No. There was not the slightest suggestion of anything like that. Now, we ended up spending the entire week crossing the North Atlantic amidst violent storms. Is that a euphemism for something? Is that a euphemism? No, it's not, Eric. I wish you'd stop saying this. Hey, there's kids that listen to this program. So you're crossing the North Atlantic, wink, wink, with David Bowie? No, wink, wink. And the bongo player? And the bongo player. And they were perfect gentlemen. Nobody ever came on to anybody and we spent the entire week with them. For six days, we were on the ship, which, by the way, everybody who worked on the ship was sick. Everybody on the ship was sick. So we were on an empty, like a ghost ship. We were the only four people who weren't sick on the ship. And everybody else, all the crew, everyone, were busy barfing in their cabins. The place smelled like vomit. The entire ship was just overwhelmed with this stench. And David and Jeffrey and Lisa and I spent the entire week wandering around this ghost ship with nobody there. Did you maintain contact with David Bowie after this? Well, no, wait. There's more. So anyway, he invites us to go to the Radio City musical thing. That's the least he can do, yeah. And we go to that and it's a wonderful thing. We have this fantastic voyage with him where the storms were so great that we would go up and sit up in the top viewing area of the ship and look out over the bow. And the waves were coming all the way across the bow and hitting the windows that we were sitting behind. It was a wild, stormy, insane six days where the four of us just ran around the ship having fun all by ourselves because there was nobody else even to see or look at or anything. There was hardly anybody in the dining room. It was a very fun six days and they sang all their songs to us and there was no suggestion of any shaking hands or anything. And so we arrived and went to the concert and then that was that. And then you never contacted him again? Well, the thing that David and I had in common, and the reason we were all on the ship, is because neither David nor I would fly. And we spent a lot of time during the six days talking about all that, about what a pain it was to not fly and how you have to take ships and trains everywhere and all that stuff. So, that ends and that's over and that's in 1973. In 1993, Thomas and I are living in the building that we've still... You're still married to Thomas? I'm still married to Thomas. After all these shenanigans? After all this. I'm disgusted. Thomas, I'm with you. Okay, so seriously, 1993, go ahead. 1993, and we're living in this beautiful condo building where we've bought a unit and we're just busy finally moving in and getting everything straightened out. And we hear that David Bowie has moved into the building. And so that was incredible, you know. But one day, I think it was just shortly after he moved in, with Imam. Not Iman. Iman, Iman. Iman. Yes. Imam is a Muslim cleric. Yes, yes. Iman is the beautiful model whom he married. Yes. You know what, we're going to a break. When we come back, we're talking Marlon Brando, Mother Teresa, Tony Bennett, Elizabeth Taylor. This is nuts. Michael Caine or whatever Mallory wants to talk about. We're talking Mick Jagger, David Bowie, and Mother Teresa. Don't mess. Storms are everywhere. I know is all I remember is that in 1993 I'm walking in from the garage into the lobby of our building yeah and the lobby of our building is kind of the whole length of this whole room here so imagine me coming in the back of this room yeah and just as I entered from the back yeah in the garage I look across the huge lobby of that building yeah and coming through the door at the exact time on the front door yeah is David Bowie was the was the bongo player with him no just David by himself beautifully beautifully dressed in a gorgeous gray suit I'll never forget that either and did he shake your hand so I'm coming in and he appears at the front door that far away from me yeah this is 20 years later yeah I'm dressed completely differently yeah I look like a different person yeah he raises his head up he sees me and he goes I'm flying now are you you're kidding I'm not kidding that is pretty cool he said I'm flying now are you and I said you remember me of course I remember you Mallory you're crazy of course I remember you are you flying yet I said no I said you're living in this building he said yes I said my gosh we're neighbors this is fantastic this is unbelievable we had this wonderful little chat but he remembered me 20 years later and that's how he began I'm flying now are you so I got a question for you I've always been flying are you flying now no you still don't fly no David Bowie flew yes he went back to flying all right we're gonna talk about this later I've been flying since 1971 with no regrets okay so Mother Teresa creeps into your story can we get to her quickly we've only got moments left about Lisa still again now Lisa's back Lisa Shreve is back in the story she's a documentary filmmaker yes and she was doing some documentary work with the Petries who are very famous documentary filmmakers and they had been working with Mother Teresa on a documentary for a number of years and so Lisa said to us one day would you like to meet Mother Teresa and we said wow yes we let me guess too she was wearing a Savile Row suit shook your hand in an in an unearthly kind of way well yes that's the that's getting right right so anyway she we went out to this place in the Bronx where there was this big long ceremony and we all had to wait and but there were about nine of us or eight of us that were gonna be or ten of us something like that who were gonna be able to meet and talk to Mother Teresa afterwards Pablo in the room or no no so so anyway after everything was over and we were all gonna meet Mother Teresa everybody was crowded around people were acting like John Lennon was in the room you'd have thought it was a rock star you'd have thought it was David Bowie right and I could see Mother Teresa's face with all these people crowding around they're ready to punch each other in the nose right to touch the hem of this saint yes it's a disgusting display right absolutely disgusting display Lisa was having a little chat with her Thomas and I are here was this roughly what decade this is this is let me see mother you've got notes look at this it's the summer of 1986 the summer of 86 so this is this is a year before you met Mick yeah oh wow so this is but not that many people knew who Mother Teresa was in 1986 no wait I met I met Mick in 87 yeah so okay anyway so I decide you know I have this attitude that God's gonna make whatever he wants to have happen to me happen to me so I'm not going to punch people out to be able to you're not I'm not there breathlessly right shoving people out of yeah off into a ditch so I can meet this singer so I just said to Thomas let's leave because this is humiliating and I can see that she's disgusted she does not like being treated like a rock star she's not happy about this at all so I said let's leave let's leave so we leave we and we're going to try to find a way out of this building and it's this big you know Church in the Bronx is some enormous Cathedral or something I don't it's very hard to find your way out we were going up and down weird hallways and things and suddenly we came down some little stairs Lisa had finally caught up with us yeah and the three of us see a little doorway down there that goes out to an alley yeah and we said good good this is a way to get out okay don't tell me Mick Jagger's in the alley you're such a riot yeah this is one of the funniest people on earth people this man is so funny oh my so anyway we head toward this door and just as we open this door onto this alleyway just back back thin little tiny alleyway we open the door this pickup truck suddenly pulls up right in front of the doorway and stops so we've opened the door and the next thing I know Mother Teresa is her face is here she's sitting in the passenger seat of this pickup truck with the window open and all of a sudden Thomas and I are standing here and here's Mother Teresa's face inches away from yours right why she is why I mean first of all there wasn't even what's she doing a pickup truck but the whole thing was so by the time you get to sainthood you thinking you're driving an SUV something no she and how did she get from where she was right and we did all maybe she told a Padre Pio by location you ever think about that can't imagine it huh so anyway there she is in the window two feet from my face and she said well hello and I said Mother Teresa how wonderful and she put out her hand and that's what I was going to tell you there was a handshake yeah and this handshake now this was before Mick Jagger a year before you met Mick Jagger this was the most exquisite handshake that I have ever ever until that moment experienced in my life that woman's heart and soul were in her handshake the warmth the beauty of it she was so warm and open to Thomas and me she chatted with us a little when she shook my hand I kissed her hand I was so moved by by God creating this insane coincidence this weird place where we we got our own private little moment with her in a pickup truck in a pickup truck and all I have to say is the two greatest handshakes I ever had in my life were from a saint and a bit of a demon yeah yeah that's about right was a non gropey kind of agape love and the other one was a kind of a more Eros kind of a love since we're talking New Testament love going to a break folks I wouldn't go away Oh folks I'm talking to Mallory millet Mallory I still can't get over we've been having this conversation starts out with Mick Jagger Joan Collins David David Bowie his bongo player we got Pablo honey in the mix and then we end up with Mother Teresa although Mother Teresa was 86 and Jagger was 87 and Bowie go they there but the point is that you have had this kind of a life and we're only scratching the surface I'm gonna keep you here because I want to talk to you about Tony Bennett Shelley Winters whom I love Elizabeth Taylor Michael Caine you've got all these stories I love it they're just so it's just fascinating tell more of those stories well I'm gonna have you back immediately we're not gonna let you leave the room because I do want to talk to you about that now you said you lived with Shelley Winters yes she gave me her house in Hollywood for two solid years free rent-free when what decade was that this was right around that time when was that honey was like 86 87 right around in there and Shelley had directed me in some plays and she wanted me to make it big as an actress and she was willing to do anything to help me and this was star see I know Shelley Winters initially people of my age know her principally from you know something like ridiculous like the Poseidon adventure yeah right where she plays I guess she's married to Jack Albertson in that adventure you got Gene Hackman you get the whole crazy crew but of course she's an amazing actress and the last time I spoke with you I was telling you that one of the greatest films is starring Michael Caine and Shelley Winters and it's Alfie yes the first Alfie not the one with Jude Law but it was made in 1967 it is an amazing film Alfie and what struck me about it other than the spectacular acting of Michael Caine who is so impressive in 1967 and Alfie but there's a there's an abortion in the film and this is of course six years before Roe v.
"petry" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"So we saw yesterday the Finnish president Saudi Arabia gave an interview to the Swedish state broadcaster, where he appealed to the calm of this Swedish population saying that it's not actually such a bad deal for Sweden that it's now surrounded by NATO countries on all flanks. Given the fact that we didn't actually want to join the alliance so that the fact that Sweden will join NATO later is the fact that though the other countries are already in the NATO, it contributes also to Sweden's security in the meantime before Sweden. So we had joins. And let's move on to a story coming out of Norway and it's control of the Arctic. Tell us more about that petry. Yes, so this is an interesting sort of dispute that has been running a long time, so the small part archipelago, very high in the high Arctic, close to the North Pole actually. It's a point of contention. It's very strategically important group of islands that in a 1920 legal treaty called the spitzbergen treaty was given to Norway, but other countries were given rights to sort of use the islands for their benefit as well and now I think I believe it was a Latvian fishing company that took the case to the Norwegian Supreme Court where because they wanted to fish for snow crab in and around the islands and the Norwegian high court then voted that it is actually the case that Norway has exclusive rights to the natural resources of this archipelago. Patriots of in Helsinki, thank you very much indeed for joining us on Monica 24. You are the globalist. UBS is a global financial services firm with over 100 and 50 years of heritage. Built on the unique dedication of our people,
Jason Zucker scores in OT, Penguins beat Lightning 5-4
"The Pittsburgh penguins extended their win streak to four straight with a 5 four overtime win against the Tampa Bay lightning. Jason Zucker got the game winner as well as Pittsburgh's third goal. We're just trying to play together. You know, trying to help each other out. You know, we know that we're going to be battle and we know we're going to end up on our heels and different parts of the game and jar stepped up tonight. I thought our pKa was unbelievable tonight against one of the best power plays in the league. Jeff petry also had two tallies for the penguins drew O'Connor scored Pittsburgh's other goal, Braden point finished with a goal and one assist for Tampa Bay, same for Steven stamkos. The lightning have now lost three straight. Tampa
"petry" Discussed on TuneInPOC
"Well, doctor, that was not only a swell story, but I really learned something. Oh, good, good, good, mister bartel, and just what did you learn? Well, this fellow grows the painter. I know this must sound stupid to you, but until you mentioned his name, I'd never heard of him before. His name to me. I've never heard him farther. Then we'll never learn about the good things in this world, unless somebody tells us. Exactly. That's the way I feel about petry one. Wait a minute. Now here's the way I look at it. There are thousands of people who know about Petri wine and love it, right? It is. But even though it's a wonderful wine, there must be some people who don't know about it. So I tell them about it. And I tell them about the Petri family and how they've been making wine for generations and how they've been handing on down from father to son, father to son, the fine art of turning luscious grapes into delicious one. Yeah, that's the one I tell them at the name Petri on a bottle of wine is the personal assurance of the Petrie family that every drop of wine in that bottle is good wine, well that's all you have to know. So what adds up to this? If you want to find wine for any occasion, you want a pet rewind. Because Petri took time to bring you
"petry" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The world Here's Dan Schwartzman Thanks Brian Barcelona teenage star Patrick has one soccer's 2021 golden boy award beating up Russian Orton's drew Bellingham in the widest voting margin ever at the trophy handed out to the best young player in Europe The win by petry is the first for Barcelona Messi took home the award back in 2005 The golden boy is handed out by Italian publication to the sport Reports say that petty saint Germain boss Mauricio Pochettino would consider the Manchester United managerial opening if offered as a former Tottenham boss season treated with the talent level of Old Trafford and the idea of bringing glory back to the street franchise One area of concern for the Premier League giants is how much in compensation would PSG demand for pochettino Luis sank until 2023 The Red Sox exercising the club option on manager Alex Quora both the 2023 and 2024 seasons The 46 year old led Boston to 92 wins before losing to the Astros in the championship series this past year Cora led Boston to a club record 108 wins and a World Series title back in 2018 It's an NFC match by Monday Night Football as a 6 and three defending Super Bowl champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers are hosting the three and 6 New York Giants New York running back saquon Barkley is expected to play after missing the last three weeks while buck's tight end Rob Gronkowski is also expected to be in the lineup after being out the back injury I'm Dan Schwartzman that your Bloomberg will sports op dayde Markets headlines and breaking news 24 hours a day at Bloomberg dot com The Bloomberg business at and at Bloomberg quick take He's a Bloomberg business lash We are looking at stocks in Asia having a steady start this Tuesday morning We've got the ASX 200 and Sydney on the.
"petry" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Folks were literally sleeping on the street. And what we found is that folks who really embraced a low barrier lower access way that we invited them into services. It's really fascinating that last year we had 21 people successfully complete the program. Wow. Um, nine of those folks found employment, which was super exciting, and six of those folks were able to find some form of housing. Um, so it's really I think it's really based on the person's motivation for change and their determination to change their life circumstances. Well, let's go to Jennifer and San Jose. Jennifer, you're on the air. Hi. My 16 year old daughter got out of rehab in July and I had heard about this technique. I refer to it as a fish bowl technique because I have her stick her hand in a fish bowl. She was a pot addict. She wasn't of mathematics. But she said she loved She's the queen of instant gratification, and she loves treats. And I thought this might help. And now, in addition to going to meetings, uh and getting therapy, she asks weekly if she can take a test. And get a treat. And I don't. I don't believe that This will keep her sober. But I'm sober as well. And I think part of sobriety is simply changing habits are building new habits. Creating new groups to override the old ones, and so far she's got over 100 days sober, and she's doing really well and I'll keep doing this for a while. Congratulations to your daughter. I'm curious. What kind of treats do you put in the Fish bowl that she can can scoop out. So there are smaller ones like coffee or a hamburger. And then one of them that she pulled out last night was false Eyelashes because she loves those. I thought, we just go to CBS. But we ended up going to alter and I spent 30 bucks on false eyelashes. It sounds like it could be a bit of a bonding experience, then also between you and your daughter. Maybe instead of turning something that's probably I imagine. Pretty challenging topic to address I think Had I not couched it In this way she'd be like no way you can test me. I mean that that would have been something very intrusive, but I said it in such a way that like, hey, this will be fun and you'll get a street after and chief people into it. Excellent. Well, congratulations again to your daughter. I hope it continues to go. Well done. I am curious if you could maybe share is there. Is there a success story? You know similar to what? We just heard kind of a unique way that this is working that you've seen over the years. Absolutely. And in fact, one of the ways that we promoted an increased enthusiasm and Viva for the implementation of CM was to share de identified success stories of veterans who had participated, and I was delighted to hear the call or talk about using the Fish Bowl method, which in the literature is known as prize contingency management was a model of continue to see management develop by the late great Dr Nancy Petry from the University of Connecticut, who was a giant in behavioral science. In fact, we use the I see em method in VA's implementation, and I also want to speak and and note, uh, and endorse Wayne's point about using CM and those encounters to engage in recovery, supportive language rather than in stigmatizing language, not referring to patients as addicts, for example, or his test results is clean and dirty, and in fact One of the success stories I'd like to share with you as quick we got about 30 seconds speaks real. I'll speak real quickly. Patient out in in CM, very angry about starting cm felt embarrassed and humiliated about having to quote pee in a cup for another adult well after being in cm and being successful, he found himself racing through traffic running down the hall to grab a CME provider so he could provide those urine samples and get the reinforcement. It literally change the culture of.
"petry" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"Out campo and you know. That's nice every tuesday in every friday. That is a major commitment and she just no nonchalantly she and her husband do this every single week. Now let me tell you something if you sit and watch. Tv all day. You will be convinced as people always have been throughout history. People are convinced this is the end of times. These could be worse. You will be invested. Everything's gone to hell and everything is terrible. But i'm gonna tell you something. There is so much good in the world it just doesn't always have a spotlight shone on it. There's a lot of good that's being done. Acts of service selfless kindness. Sacrifice charity compassion love that is demonstrated consistently firmly. And you wouldn't even know about it. You wouldn't have any reason to know about it because it doesn't make evening news coming up at six. We're going to show. We're going to tell you a great story about a couple who every week give up to over two days of their lives to feed veterans. Who were fighting. Ptsd because they don't want them to commit suicide and they're willing to put their time and treasure behind it. That doesn't happen. That story doesn't get told. Should you know they've tried good news. Channels chicago was the last one Sunny chicago. I don't know what it was but it was going to be an all good news station because people say they won't good news not murders and lasted six months which means it was dead on arrival but they kept him alive support for six months all right so one three two and two five eight seven four seven one three two and two five eight seven four seven one three two and two five eight seven four spoke to a guy who was doing a mobile business. He has a mobile hair salon or mobile hair cutting and when the when the salon that he worked for. It's not a barber shops actually salon Closed down during kovic. His customers one of whom to been my wife Won't it still wanted him to come and style their hair and and do all the things that you do to women's hair and so he started realizing will they. They still need my service and if we're shut down he can't come here and so he realized that he didn't need to pay for a chair and he needed need to be stuck at a shop all day and he could just upsell raises prices. Just a little bit and there you go. He could go out and do hair and have a mobile Hair shop and he said. I don't know if the customers are still going to want to do business in this way. I don't know if they're going to want to continue to do that when all this is over but i hope they do because i like the freedom of this and i get to listen to you show while i'm driving around so there you go. We love people driving around. We love mobile businesses. And in fact. I think you're gonna see a huge uptick in number of businesses. That are doing this because people are going to realize. I don't wanna pay the rent. I don't wanna pay the electric the gas. I don't want to have to put signs out front. I don't wanna have to be stuck there all time. I don't have to worry. I don't have to have security and and cameras and worry about stuff getting stolen and taxes. I mean if you can do what you do in your good at it and you provide a service use the best at this ramon dog grooming. If you spend time driving around during the day you'll be surprised. How many women. It's always women. How many women are driving around in a converted. Rv bus van you name it. Who are doing dog grooming and dog bathing. It is a and they have the free now. They work hard. They work hard some of them. Do it inside your house. But a lot of them do it right there out there in their van. There's two ladies that come to our house and take care. George and i think they're from new caney or Roman forest somewhere cleveland. Wherever sunday has had lives they live in in that. I think they live in that same community and they drive all over. Houston doing this. My buddy michael. Petry that trainer petru in home fitness. He figured out he was ten years at the houston in eighteen years ago. He figured out people don't want people are paying for a health club membership. They're paying for a health club membership for me to come to their house. I mean for for me to train them and what they really want to do is get in shape if i do it at their house. Then they don't have to drive to and from the health club they can save that time. You know a lot of older people. A lot of his clients are older. I'm fifty. I'm one of his youngest clients. A lot of his folks. Say i don't wanna fall and break a hip. I don't wanna. I don't wanna be feeble in in in doubled over and i just want to have a little more strength than i don't wanna watch. I don't want those young people watching me workout. I i'm self conscious. You know a lot of older people clubs or for the younger crowd or the pickup crowd. And they don't wanna go there. They feel self conscious because they're not in good shape and they're just starting out maybe they've never worked out so he comes to their house. Train them in their garage of their living room or the kitchen or wherever else and they're getting into better shape and fill better. They say i'm not. I'm not going out gracefully. I want. I want to be strong. They're going to be more and more of these businesses pop up and i could not be more supportive. It's going to be everything that you used to go to a shop for. You may still go to a shop. You may but. I think you're gonna see the house calls. Model applied to more and more service based businesses And you're gonna in especially at home moms by the way. I saw the good news. I saw statistic that Two parent homes with stay at home. Moms are at the highest. They've been for forty years. More and more women are choosing to sacrifice their income to stay home for their kids. I'm not judging you if you go to work ladies if you're a single mom or your parent and you go to where i am. Not judging you for that. I it you have to make that choice in it. I know it's a tough choice. But i am delighted to see that a lot of couples are making this choice even though it costs money. Because i think it's good for the family. I know it made a huge difference in our house household massive difference. Well you have more stay at home. Moms they're taking care of the kids you could. There's somebody at the house. You're going to see more and more of these mobile businesses and i hope they kill it. There's another good thing to come..
"petry" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Rocket can Along with Joe Micheletti John dollars back and Emily Arena in Tampa. Late stages of the second period, the Lightning League Game five of the Stanley Cup Final one nothing over the Canadians. Offensive zone draw from Montreal kicked forward by Phillip Danault gets up and puts it below the goal line calendar centers off the droves. Skate. One time blast by Petry steered aside by Vasilevskiy attempt from the left point by Edmundson didn't get through Gallagher again to the corner after Knocked off his stick by Kuchar off the lightning or three on two if they hurry. Circuit chap. I beg your pardon up the right side, just feathers and into the zone and stays home Defensively. Woodrow digs it out back to circuited at the line. His shot does not get a redirect from Blake Coleman trying to come out of the left corner. Edmonson from behind the net, nudges it ahead and here's Gallagher. If your man is kind of entire career with Canadians got it ahead and to Foley has it taken away as he gets into the Tampa Bay Zone. Good play by Eric Turn at Future off at center throws it across that's intercepted by a back checking Josh Anderson his pass off the mark intended for 24. We will go all the way back Hedman collected for the Lightning Now with under a minute to go in the second, his outlet pass went off collapse Cape recovered by Evans right into the slot and unable to get a shot on that there was Byron comes back to Weber floated it on that a stick save by Modzeleski. Rebound loose in the high slot and point comes away with it turns on the Jets through center cuts inside. I'm Sharon, who recovers rides him off the puck, but he's going to take a penalty here as Evans touches up and the light One goal lead will have a one man advantage. Penalty in the final minute of the second period. This is why Brayden point is regarded as.
"petry" Discussed on WGN Radio
"5 21 to go in the first period of Game five. The Lightning and Canadians scoreless Still, Micheletti at this point being out shot 11 3 if the Canadians can get out of the opening period scoreless Would that be a little bit of a victory? For sure. I mean, this period is similar to the first period of game number four, where Montreal didn't get much as far as scoring chances in the period Carey Price with very solid and goal and those both those two things have happened here in this game. Yeah, we likened it or at least highlight and this is the old rope ago. In the first period of Game four and feels the same way here. No score as Canadians able to get it into the Tampa Bay zone. McDonough leads it out. Andre Palat past will flutter to the open, right when stating into it is turning the defenseman up on the rush and a pad save made on his sharp angle shot by Carey Price set back the other way by the Canadians and no icing here, forcing McDonough all the way back to get it. This past comes ahead at center and now speed coming late from point. But the past, not stick at the Blue line. He'll just sweep it in. I believe it waited. It went into the netting it back onto the ice surface. I beg your pardon. So the base off comes outside the Montreal blue Now, breakpoint hasn't had the puck bunch in this period either Make you wonder a little bit. No, he's not. He's not a real big players. And he's been taking a beating in this year. He's been a target. You're right. It really has a big defenseman for Montreal. Every chance they get. They're not only just rub them out, but they do it with authority. He's no cold Caufield, but he's listed at 5 10 just 1 65 hoping Caufield five ft seven by far stands out Is this outlet pass by Edmundson goes off of coffee, old and the likely right back to the flock in the Montreal zone, and Suzuki gotta skate on it, allowing Edmondson to throw it off the window and out. Caulfield takes it back in neutral zone and now lays it back to Edmondson Pull Caufield, with points in three straight games to the Canadians has tied and 35 year old record. Most points by a player under age 22, a single playoffs with 14 points. Odlum you had 16 back in. 1986 and Suzuki also has 16 points. He's gray beard, 21 years of age Canadians getting a lot from their young players in this series, and throughout these playoffs centering pass by maroon behind the Montreal net ricochets high. In the air off of Christ and Perry muscles his way to center in a lightning inadvertently throw it into their own bench. John you mentioned maybe even before the game started. That you talked about the 3rd 4th lines for Tampa Bay, getting involved in the scoring and what? Not not as much more their top in this first period. The 3rd and 4th line for Tampa Bay have been the best lines on the ice generated for either team right and then throwing Coleman when he's done short handed and his effort In that area. John Cooper yesterday talking with the media. Talking about that third line of George Coleman and Gaudreau, he said. They bring a gun to a knife fight. It's just the way they play, and they have become a pain in the you know what, according to the Tampa Bay coach, and he means to his opposition to his coaching staff. Part of the reason he starts them show as you pointed out almost every period of every game. David Savard, the Quebec native for Tampa. Has now played more games in the playoffs. Any kids before them in the regular season after coming over at the deadline from the Columbus Blue Jackets dumps it in. It goes for a change Evans the other way for the Canadians, with a long wrist shot that misses everything. Hedman collects it off the end boards and stretches it to the logo at center. Cirelli gets it into the Montreal zone didn't get a deep toll as the light trying to get a change, you know, states it back to center Red but can't get. It passed Rueda at the Tampa Bay line down to 2.5 to go in a scoreless first period, Game five of the Stanley Cup final. The arena in Tampa. Canadians jumping in and trying to get around Big John Rudy, but it can a large check, keeps him at bay and gets the puck ahead, allowing the lightning to clear the zone. Holman turned away in the neutral zone as he got some resistance. And now Edmondson with it for Montreal head the Gallagher at center turns and drops it coming, Suzuki. He sends it in wide of the goal hockey and boards fire and tried to center But nobody home as he put it through his own legs. Now speed the other way for Kucherov. He hands it off the turn X From the right circle is struggled for a moment and then held by price by your neck again has been active in this game. Yeah, they get one of the keys for Tampa Bay is to get those defenseman involved in the rushes and sure, knock in particular has been up the ice an awful lot and again as soon as soon as Tampa Bay has controlled the puck in their own zone, they make one pass. The defense, mint gold they take off until they broke out on the left side. Sure, next, the right defenseman. He flies down the right side who drop finds him and he surprised price with the shot hears so much about Hedman. Chernykh, his fourth among all defenseman in the Stanley Cup playoffs, scoring. He's got 10 points and the second at plus 12 as well. He's been a big part of the lightning getting to this point the precipice of yet another Stanley Cup championship up to center ice off the offensive zone face off for the lightning, But the Canadians able to roll it back won't go far enough for icing is Suzuki Does the honors Hedman chases it down? 90 seconds to go in the first? Point takes the pass. An offside goes Andre Palat, and after that, after well after the whistle, Josh Anderson with a cross check just the Blue Cross check on point. And then following that up Character comes over its point again. Accident talks him into the boards, So that's I mean, it's just been continually. They're trying to wear down point. Wear down Kucherov. Not quite going over the line, but just enough to make it hurt A little bit Joe at what point in the series. Does that wear and tear start to show up here in Game five? Is this Game four Game three games five. Game seven. While generally what happens is and his coaches and the Montreal players have talked about it. Don't forget to finish every checks. No matter what the score is no matter what the series uh, his as far as games tried because that hasn't affected games, 56 and seven maroon comes out and gives Perry a bump that knocks him down before they dropped the puck. Of course, those two former teammates in Anaheim over three years Canadians win the draw, weaving his way through center Jeff Petry, who dumps it in behind the net stall, trying to seal it off of the left boards. As the lightning unable to clear and army can't get to it Spun around. Here comes Matthew Joseph, assist in each of the last two games for Joseph. He drew in after Killorn was injured, gets below the goal line and digs it out trying to circle in front and get it to the net. It went off Army a stick harmlessly to the right corner. Carry up the horse, but not out again. Hedman does not give up the blue line. The Lightning is the rules. Just do not give up the blue lines. Canadians try the other side and stall gets at the center and gets it in. Keep under a minute now to go in a scoreless first period of Game five. Here in Tampa, McDonough forced back from behind the lightning that he'll start over with half a minute to play looks up, and now he'll put it on the wing. Good drill. Puts it in behind that undrafted on North Bay in the O H l hardly. Boudreau has become a very useful piece of a very good camp of 18 battles in the corner with Blake Coleman is a bucket made the right corner in the Montreal zone moment gets it back off the side of the net.
"petry" Discussed on WGN Radio
"The ice, because every time we get it, there's somebody there is no place to pass it. There's no place to skate. Four on four for the next two minutes. His surrogate chance shot from the line off the faceoff win hit Kucherov, and it slapped out to center by Shea Weber Boy has Nick Suzuki raised his game after a tough start to this series. He has 11 shots on goal in the last two games coming into this one, and now he's got points in the last three games as he draws the primary assist on the goal moments ago by Josh Anderson Cooper trying to work his way behind the Montreal that leads Along the end boards and then hooks it back through the slot. Nobody home and Suzuki off to the races on right wing 21 year old just feathers it in behind the net. Then he goes and gets it. His teammates changing behind the play. Nearly got it away from Hedman. Now Suzuki will change as well as Hedman moves it a heading. Excuse me, Sir. Tkachev doesn't get back from court. Lightning will restart McDonough from behind his own net. Former Wisconsin badger right through the logo at center on right wing for board into the Montreal zone has passed ahead off the stick of Coleman, who is canceled out in the corner by Jeff Petry kicked loose and Edmondson pounces on it behind the net. Still 45 seconds in the four on four and it's turned over at the line by to Poli and Gord tries to play it around him. It goes right to price. He taps into the line, but not out and now another penalty coming up. Montreal and as the puck is touched up by Toffoli. Canadians are going to go short handed to Foley, who turned it over at the blue line on the exit of the zone ends up taking the penalty for its a slash. It's actually Edmonson, I believe is is going to go. You're right. My mistake. Johnny Gore. Through the park in the middle and Evanston. Just chop Coleman right across the back. Had How the officials have done a good job because obviously the emotions are high. And so they've kept their good about when you chop somebody over the back. Yeah, that's that's going to draw a penalty. And Dominic Ducharme is not happy with the call Joe this this Tampa Bay power plays good enough. This is a four on three And they win the draw. Hedman, Hands it off You trot gets the glass with a big one time blast. Top of the right circle. Lightning recover possession and the man opened up the line is Hedman. Now let's circle one time blast by Stamkos that Mr Mark comes back to him. He feeds it. The Hedman Kuchar off. In the right circle. And, of course, Stamkos on the left the scene pass tipped away Good stick Trump to know again, recovered by the lightning and fired right on that by Kucera could save by prices. The puck trickles back out to the lines coincidental minors about to expire. In fact, they're over. Now. It's a five on four. So Evans and point joined the special teams Cirelli out of the corner. The Lightning gives it back to Kucera, who trough handles right to the side of the neck gets it back from Cirelli, middle of the ice. It's Hedman right circle to trump into the middle and points shot was snuffed out and, you know, sends it ahead. Parcel break short handed, and Evans just didn't have enough in the tank to skate into it now under a minute to go in the period, there's a one second difference between the penalty clock and the game clock. Point brings it in on the left side on his backhand puts it behind the network. Petrie swats it away looking and trying to protect the puck in the corner. But it's dug out by Stamkos around the wheel. They move it right circle. Kucherov. That was a shot past the top of the crease. Looking for Pilate didn't connect. Hedman has it again at the line. Hot pass to Kucherov. He takes it off escape. On the goal line gets it back playing catch with Palat, who dropped right circle middle of the ice again. Hedman back to Kucherov for point. He hit the post at bump position in the middle of the ice. They worked it perfectly. I think it went off the elbow where the Post meets the crossbar again. Tampa Bay gets possession back Great puck recoveries. Past went through point and again to cut you off from the right circle. He misses on the short side 10 seconds left in the period is the Canadians are just trying to survive this power play right now Lot with a keep at the left point. Stamkos in the corner. He's immediately pounced on there, and the period will come to an end. As the penalty comes to an end, and the puck pops up onto the top of the net. Canadians survived the opening period. Not only do they survive it, Joe, they take the lead to the locker room. Well, the first scoring chance that they get in the game they scored and that was late in the period and then the Tampa power playing At the end of this first period did everything but scored. They found they found the right man in point to get a shot that went off the post..
"petry" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"I mean, they just they were just wondering, you know, through the first Almost 15 minutes. They're thinking Tampa Bay's got to have too many men on the ice, because every time we get it, there's somebody there is no place to pass it. There's no place to skate four on four for the next two minutes as surrogates gems shot from the line off the faceoff win hit Kucherov and slapped out to center. By Shea Weber Boy has nixed Suzuki raised his game after a tough start to this series. He has 11 shots on goal in the last two games coming into this one, and now he's got points in the last three games as he draws the primary assist on the goal moments ago by Josh Anderson Kucherov trying to work his way behind the Montreal net, leaves it along the end boards and then hooks it back through the slot. Nobody home and Suzuki off to the races on right wing for 21 year old just Feathers it in behind, and then he goes and gets it is teammates changing behind the play. Nearly got it away from Hedman. Now Suzuki will change as well as Hedman moves it a heading. Excuse me, Sir. Tkachev doesn't get it back from Gort. Lightning will restart McDonough from behind his own net. Former Wisconsin Badger right through the logo at center on right wing for board into the Montreal zone has passed ahead off the stick of Coleman, who is canceled out in the corner. By Jeff Petry. Fuck kicked loose, and Edmondson pounces on it behind the net. Still 45 seconds in the four on four, and it's turned over at the line by took Holy and Gord tries to play it around and it goes right to price. He taps into the line, but not out and now another penalty coming up to Montreal, and the puck is touched up by Toffoli. Canadians are going to go short handed to Foley, who turned it over at the blue line on the exit of the zone ends up taking the penalty. It's a slash. It's actually Edmonson, I believe is going to go. You're right. My mistake. Johnny Gordon threw the puck. In the middle and Levinson just chop. Coleman right across the back. Had How the officials have done a good job because obviously the emotions are high. And so they've kept their good about when you chop somebody over the back. Yeah, that's that's going to draw a penalty. And Dominique Ducharme is not happy with the call Joe. This this Tampa Bay power plays good enough. This is a four on three. And they win the draw. Hedman Hands it off Trough gets the glass with a big one time blast top of the right circle. Lightning recover possession.
"petry" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Right point Little pass, knocked down by had many gloves that illegal playing your own zone to Johnson, who clears Petri right back across the line. Corey Perry left circle. Perry pulls up, Perry Wheels and shoots blocked by circuit of lightning or in scramble mode right now started with Hedman losing a stick Armenia trying to center It is going to pinball to Romanov. CenterPoint. Right point, Jeff Petry little feed. Right circle. Eric Staal shoots blocked Ignani Gord bus out of there to center. Still no score board to the offensive zone. Flips it in and chases actually, first two, it is Savard pinching right corner across space for good role left circle. Good role is checked by lechon in good row. Wins the puck least he's tying it up along the far boards. He's waiting for support. Coleman there for the Lightning art stall for the Canadians finally comes to Petry has slept for Alexander Ravana in the left wing, scoring the first right when it's Petri short feet to center ice and Jake Evans back for Romano. 608 left in the first shots are 11 to 1 lightning a lot of in his own zone back for Petra, right side feed. Evans etcetera checked my great in point point to steal. Goes back to his own zone and feeds pull out of the left wing over his stick like an and takes it back from Romano right wing like an end to the Montreal zone, Petrie Jeff Petry. Needs it to the neutral zone. McDonnell block for Palat, right? We point just off his stick to break Trudeau will work it back for pull out in the lightning in a lot clears to the Montreal line Filipino Bangs it back in. Canadians starting to press a little bit here Late first McDonough around the far boards.
"petry" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"You know, it's a huge matchup, and that's the case in our Game four of the Stanley Cup final with Tampa Bay going for the sweep of the Canadians on Montreal ice, and let's consider the haves chances of getting back into this series after an extra day off between games and not only lost seven straight to Tampa and 12 of their last 13, But the Lightning Arthur Tina after a loss over the past two playoff runs, So now they have to lose four in a row with the best goalie on the planet. Good luck with that, but that's why they play the Games one at a time and ABS demand. Jeff Petry says Nothing is unusual for his club during this crazy year. It's been a difficult season. Uh, it's presented challenges throughout the course of it. Um, you know challenges in different ways. Um, so obviously they have another one and I wouldn't expect any any differently than than a year we've had. So, um you know, like we've said, it's It's a big challenge ahead of us, but we face challenges before and We're not looking at the end result. We're looking at one game and take it day by day and one game at a time. And, um, I think everybody Believes in our group in here, and I like I said, one day at a time, one game at a time and and we'll go from there and see what happens. So it does seem inevitable. The Lightning will win this series and soon, but their head coach Jon Cooper, says one thing's for sure His guys won't ever think that maybe it would be better to win the cup in front of their fans know That that will never sneak into our locker room We dealt with out. Um, we dealt with that last year. And in a different way. Um It's There's a mindset that has developed with our players, and we had a chance to To knock out the Islanders last year and didn't do it. We had a chance to knock out Dallas last year and didn't do it, and it's a learning process to go through that. By no means that guarantee any results of what's going to happen in tomorrow's game. But I know our mindsets different going into these games on these close out games, as they have Um in the past, and and so Regardless of if it's about winning. It's not about where you in And that's all we care about. And coach Cooper great defenseman Victor Hedman isn't looking ahead at anything. The standard Cup. Like I said this morning is enough motivation, I think for us as occupy players, but Obviously, what we did in the bubble last year was was very special. And you want to relive that moment, but Attended. They were. We're not there yet. We need to win one more game, but we put ourself in a good position, obviously, but Fourth one is the hardest one to get. But you know we're going to do whatever it takes to win the next game, and, you know, we'll think about it after but at the end of the day, you know we got more more work to do, and we're not Not satisfied until that time, and that time could be tonight. If you do what, Victor, you want to put the puck in the net, when when you get the opportunity, So for us, it's been we're trying to force you know the opponent to make mistakes and But at the end of the day, you know we play our game and like just so we have a game plan. We try and go out and execute and If we can force them to make mistakes, That's uh you know, that's where we're looking for. So We got some highly skilled for us. I can put the puck in the net and Have obviously done a great job of dot So we're looking to to keep that moving on. Monday. Well, Monday is here, and if the Lightning sweep the Canadians, it would strengthen their legacy. Big time and coach Cooper isn't shying away from any of it. It's that Inner drive that maturity level They have to understand. Like you start throwing Legacy around and and a lot of these words that describe teams that You know, you sit there and say, Jeez, they were pretty damn good team. Um, but you you really get that moniker If you win cups and No, we've won one and nobody can take that away from us. But the determination on this group to get another one is It's amazing to watch and and so, like I said We are not there yet, but I'm so proud of the Just the maturity level, this group and their sheer determination to continue and to try and get another one and Hopefully, at some point where we can do that Only three other teams have ever led the final three zip and never trailed in a game. The last being the 2012 L. A Kings over New Jersey. And if that continues tonight, that's a special legacy for the bolts to go for getting closer to opening face off of Game four with Tampa Bay at Montreal in.
"petry" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Upcoming events this year. You've been very active at bringing Dallas business leaders together. It's very impressive. The network that you built to help the veterans and so If you could give us a couple of examples of the ways, uh, that your that your supporters have come together for you. I'd love to. You know, I heard Michael J. Fox say at the best, and I don't typically quote people, especially celebrities. But this one really touched my heart because it was so simple, clear and distinct. He just stood up on stage and he said All you got to do in life is be a good person and do the right thing. And as we grow older and wiser, we start to hopefully get to that point in our life, and that's what we're trying to do. That's what I try to do every day. And so it's been a blessing to be able to help. I don't kid myself what we do at this organization as we are legitimately a concierge service for burn patients. We're not doctors. We don't perform the surgeries ourselves. We are connecting the patient to the doctors to the nurses to make sure that they're getting the ultimate care needed one of my favorite stories this well, there's so many to choose from. But one of my favorite stories is legitimately. One of our patients who had served in the air Force and the Navy, um, was severely burned in a small prop plane accident on his own time. And During the injury, he saved his daughter's life. She walked away with no injuries. He was burned alive, and he is still dealing with his injuries, and we got a hold of him, and now he's become one of our family, and we're continually providing him with the best care around the nation Getting in surgeries that he needs to move on in life. Well, the cool thing is he had never flown a plane since the accident. And we partnered with an organization called Veterans Airlift Command. Which flies are patients anywhere in the country to and from their surgery free of charge on a private plane so they don't have to deal with PSA and open wounds. And so when he got there, the pilot or any new his story and who he was and right when they got up in the area, said Hey, why don't you take the stick and he ended up flying himself to his own surgery to his first surgery with sons of the flag, and he said More than anything else was for him to get that confidence to get back in the cockpit and fly. Knowing that he was flying to his life saving change changing surgery. So that right there is everything for me to hear these stories, things that we don't set up that just inevitably happen. That are all part of the mix of helping the patient get back to the reality. They were. You can learn more sons of the flag dot org. If you type that in, there's a get involved, and you can enter your email to get on the list. Okay, so your upcoming events this year now that we are Let's say past the biggest part of the pandemic you've got you've you've got live events coming up. So walk us through the the concert. The Stars and Stripes lunch and The purpose. Certainly we have two events that we run every single year. One is called country country, and that will be in prosper, Texas. That's September, 25th. And that's a really fun live event to listen to country music. I don't know anybody in the state of tax. He doesn't listen to country music, So it's a really good time at a very rustic barn, a good atmosphere all for the right reasons. There's a live auction attached to it, and it's just been a wonderful deal. We've never shut down our live events during the covid scenario. We've just been very smart about how he action. These things we follow that up. In November with our premier event of the year, which is called stars and stripes, red carpet and lunch and We honor veterans through film, So we'll be playing a film this year at a theater the night before. And that's where you'll actually hear our speaker. Tell the story of what the reality of that war. That scenario is like and then the next day at the luncheon, which is at Dallas Country Club, We will host that same speaker to tell his testimony of what he does or what he did, and this year we're very excited because our guest speaker is Leroy Petry Medal of Honor Recipient Army Ranger. Who was in a hide site with teammates. He was shot through both legs and he ended up having a grenade come near him and his team and he picked it up to throw it away. And since he saved his team's alive, the grenade went off in his hand. He lost his right hand and received the Medal of Honor because he is a hero, So we're going to hear his full testimony or testimony at this is that that is November, 7th and eighth in Dallas. And both of these events are on the sons of the flag website that sons the flag dot org We would love and encourage everybody to come and support because it's a good time. Had the funny story is the way Ryan rewards people that help And so I get an email that Ryan is going to throw all of his best supporters out of a plane in the sky dive. So the other events were that was that was great. So twice. I never would have skydived. I never would have done the two tandem skydives without you pushing me. Well, I don't know You're a very unique guy. And I think that you live life. Uh, To the highest level, which is a wonderful thing. But there is something about this guy that just makes you feel free. Yeah, it's a never forget 120 seconds or whatever. Yeah. Uh, yeah. You never forget that the way the way down both times, but What's extraordinary about you're putting together The business leaders in Dallas. That's one of the greatest things is that the firefighters, the first responders, the policeman, the military that have gotten involved. And the people that own companies run companies and the way that that comes together. Kudos to you, because that's really your the fountainhead of that of that energy, And I just wanted to compliment you on on the Dallas business community. You know, being united around you that I've never seen anything like it in terms of somebody's reach and so sons of the flag dot org to get on the list. Ryan. You've also supported other organizations in the process as well. If you wanted to talk about that, some in the final minute or so, yeah, we look at other organizations as ways that we can help our patients as well. We don't feel like sons of the flag is the only entity out there. That's going to change somebody's life. Takes a partnership and it takes the responsibility of all coming together, and that's why I think you know our organization has been very successful because we do partner with other organizations. Burn patients not only receive physical injuries, they they received a man or mental injuries. Emotional injuries, and it's severe and in fact, though, mental injuries are far worse than the burn themselves. So instead of us, starting up our own chapter of a mental health side of the house, why wouldn't we partner with somebody who's already doing it way better has been around for a lot longer, and let's send her patients to them. So that's why we do different types of events and fundraisers to really bring all these different organizations around the country together. So we can all enjoy the splendors of the support from our donors. And we can also continually learn about new patients that we can help in different ways. 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"petry" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Danno picks it up himself and backhands it in. Modzelewski sweeps for circuits have in the far corner, little feet for Andre Palat. Help pop it out. Savar joining the attack David Savard across the Montreal line, right Circle shoots TV. We've been part of the slot. Knock off his stick. I know the other way going down. No. One left wing with Gallagher going to the net. No shoot. Score. Well, Mulaney were concerned about Gallagher going to the net. No. Just shot himself right into the top of the net. It's 21. Was a great shot by Daniel. You've gotta give him credit for that one was a great shot. Some some art comes down and he tries to go for the rebound and gets caught. Surrogate jumps back there alone. Rating points coming back. Savard's God. Well, the other guy Gallagher, and they're now beach posted both goalposts. It bounced up, one bounced off the other than come back and bounced off the other and went into the neck. That's shadows first goal of the playoffs. Of course, he's had a lot of responsibility defending as a defensive center B had a great finish right there. Sure did. The lightning may be looking at this for potential offside challenge or maybe goalie interference. Gallagher get in on. No, I don't think it was that I didn't think it was that But he was a heck of a shot Both rope. Okay, let's have to face off. You know up both goalposts. Very close. That is super close. It was on the potential offside close enough, though they are not challenging. Over the Lightning lost the challenge in the Islanders Series on a very close one board loses face after Eric Staal So it's 21 Lightning Maryland, The Montreal end holding onto the puck John Merrill, a feat of the middle Armenia deflects it in, Kozlowski puts it around the far side held an army on the right corner. He'll lose his head. Been trying to clear gets held in by Petry. Right point, Petria shot say, Vasilevskiy boys have started to go back again. Coleman a pass block Coleman again trying to clear he gets checked by Armenia. Hedman has the puck, though. Under the far side, Yanni Gordon's going to skate onto this. It was a little out of his reach. Though he gets help from Barkley. Good robot to lose for Eric Stall at the right point stall trying to hold this in had been knocks it away. And lobs it out, knocking down his pet real golf it in. Edmonds got the puck to one lightning with under eight to go in the first. It's for John route on the right wing. Center ice and Colton dumps it in. Somebody broke their stick in that sequence. It was Meryl, but Canadians have it. Edmondson left wing tower to Foley back for Joel Edmundson. Right side feed Ben Sharon past the center ice deflects down the ice, No icing Savard to play to the landing near corner. Transfer circuits have on the far side. Left wing. It is Cirelli Quick Hit stamp goes to center. Stamkos dumps it in. Jared back to get it by the Montreal net to one lightning in the first Harada clearing attempt goes down the ice who was successful Savard behind the lightning goal rims it around the near boards for stamp goes, He gets checked, but makes the played a circuit, Kev. Side feed here is Colton across the bullet in front for Cirelli just off his stick boy. Well, Caufield the other way. Caufield cuts to center ice You got checked by COO Travis Steel Cross Blind Pilot High slot back in red could drop a redirection wide right Good job in the right corner. He's a to the right point charter plane. McDonough McDonough shoots deflected wide left by Lot. Your school drop right circle. Brayden point getting checked. Turn out. What's to hold This in bouncing around point gets it holds in right point..
"petry" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Story tonight, Joe Micheletti. They do the shots at this 1.0.27 to 8. Just the Suzuki line who had Three shots on goal in the first game. They've got 11 led by Nick Suzuki, with eight Canadians making a big push here in Game two, and almost throughout the entire 35 minutes, played already. I'd add one is a feathered in behind Vasilevskiy, who's been outstanding Canadian four check gets in money and he couldn't get it over to Anderson. But now he engages cut her off. He gets a little support, and it's brought back to center ice by Brayden point. Surrogate. Jeff is the trailer. He'll wind it up the left boards and in John Merrill has it in his skates for the Canadians back to the corner, But point is there and he is absolutely wiped out by Joel Edmundson. Puck squirts to price and the goal crease and he taps it ahead for Josh Anderson. He can move and he speeds into the Tampa Bay zone cuts to the Net. Vasilevskiy makes the stop. You know, fresh off the Montreal bench keeps the puck alive on the left boards in the Tampa Bay zone, pushes it to the corner. Little give and go to know has it again from behind the net feeds the right 0.1 timer by Petry in the left had safe by that, so let's see that change direction in front. Canadians now getting a little net front presence. It was our Mia who got the redirect on that one boy. Has he been good in this game? Puck comes back in and the Canadians are offside. You go all the way up and down the line up. For Montreal, and so many of their players have been much better their team game and this feels Like a 51 game, and the only reason it's not it's because of Andrei Vasilevskiy. He's the reason why Tampa Bay is even close to being in this game. This is totally one.
"petry" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"It for Johnson, right corner cockamamie steel by the Net. Weber Touches for Filipino The middle. Ben Sharon. Bounces into center ice in this very cocky any any passes it in. Hedman looks the other way. Left wing for Stamp Ghost deflects it in buying the Montreal net with under three minutes left in the first price winds the puck for Joel Edmundson. Far side. It's cockamamie makes a nice move to the red Line into the lightning zone. Very captain Amy Off Circle. Byron shoots day Vasilevskiy Rebound is played by cock any Emil obstacle shot saving and vasilevskiy. Andre pull it the other way plot marches to the red line and bounces it in. Price spins for Joel Edmundson in the near corner under the far side, Jeff Petry railing dunno. What's the call here? Getting penalties on turn AC and Byron that started back in the lining end. Got a four on four. 2 33 left in a scoreless for Montreal. Penalty number 41 2 minutes for slashing temporarily number 81 2 minutes for cross checking. I'll turn activities. Nails him there and I didn't see the slash and I didn't see that. I think it happened after the check. Turn AC lead on Byron. Few more saves Vasilis. Those were Less dangerous, but they were right on target Those shots from Montreal. So this is a full on for some open ice for the Canadians and the lighting here, Gordon Denno. To the right of price drop that park already. Gord wins it done at the left point trying to hold this in. He got the stick of Mondano line. You're going to be down four on three. That's a tough break. But It's going to get four minutes to, probably if there's blood, it's four. Now I see Kelly subtle and seeing two while he had to up. But the Canadians Getting their first power play chance. You know what Ryan McDonagh, It's four. You're right, Phil. It's going to be four minutes. I saw them there without McDonough for this kill. Yeah. Tap a felony number 27 4 minute double minor for high sticking big moment early in this game. Beginning. Part of this is going to be a four on three and the Canadians can score in the first two minutes. Stay in the power play for the next two minutes. John McDonough tried.
"petry" Discussed on WJR 760
"The tough get going, right. Do you guys get through this series? Picked example. Like, you know, I remember seeing him in London for many years. I hated watching him like But Mac, you bring a guy like that on your team, and you appreciate what he brings to the table. I mean, you just do And obviously you your team had a couple of those guys. All those all those cup championships and You know, multi had a knack for getting under people's skin and everything. And you think, um, yeah, but you know it, Darrin. You're You're absolutely you watch a guy like that play and you're like, Oh, my gosh. I got to play like this guy, you know, And I I think that that's contagious and you're seeing guys get gritty, I love Absolutely love Gallagher. I think he's such an underrated player. It is. They are a different team. When number eleven's in the lineup in him getting healthy. I think it took him a couple games. Get back into it in that leaf series, But Brendan Gallagher is is just a heart and soul type of player of watching that kid play. I give b g Brendan Gallagher the nickname Blood and guts there it is. Blood and guts anyways arm. The good producer Eric Doors has a selfish question for your neighbor Hobbs, Man. When you see them when I get a new nickname every time the show happens, but they played great. I like this is my selfishness. I'm taking a little credit. They won because they were down and they need to win three in a row and I put a little bit. I put a little bit on them, and they got the W so I wanted to ask Cabs, man and Sean both in Sean, You can converse with halves man about this. Do you guys want me to bet on him again against Winnipeg to help you guys through to the next round? That's up to you. I don't tell a man how they can spend them. I'll tell you this, though. Have you guys seen Jeff Petry with that moustache? He looks exactly like his dad. It is. It is absolutely frightening. He looks like 84 84 Peaches. Exactly, but it's incredible. It's like Oh, my goodness. The kids got the kids got a faster slapper in the old man had a fastball. Oh, so he's a big part of that final anyways, The times. Come the man. The myth the legend. Mr Steve Eisman will join us after this break. Please stay tuned. Darren McCarty Show am 7 60 wjr. Hmm..