Daily Archives: February 1, 2012

TTMI~Radio, e.99, One More Shot For The Road

It is episode number 99 in the illustrious history of TheThirdManIn~Radio.

As we pack up the animals, the sun tan lotion and our betting sheets and head out to Vegas this week, we pause our drunk-Tweeting for this 60 minute podcast to talk all the latest news involving the Chicago Blackhawks, Rockford IceHogs and the Ultimate Fighting Championship at United Center.

On the show, we discuss how the television rating for an average UFC show on FOX this past Saturday night destroyed this year’s Winter Classic as well as any rating the NHL has done in a regular season over the past 40 years.

Also, we break down the acquisition of Brendan Morrison, how the Blackhawks fared in Vancouver on Tuesday night, the non-call on Viktor Stalberg’s overtime breakaway, Corey Crawford and the return of Patrick Sharp.

We review our UFC picks (ehhh) from this past weekend’s show, Superstar’s mysterious disappearance from Saturday night’s post-show festivities, Block playing hurt, flying all pilled-up, drunk tweeting, men getting buck-naked together in water, what really goes on in Men’s health clubs, our Super Bowl predictions and so much more….

TTMI~Radio, e.99, “The Long Way Home”

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Sedins sneak by Hawks in Overtime, 3-2

By Jon Fromi

The Chicago Blackhawks definitely showed up at Rogers Arena Tuesday night. Unfortunately, the return of Patrick Sharp and Jonathan Toews to the line up was spoiled with 37 saves by Cory Schneider and an overtime tally by the Sedin twins.

Chicago picked up a point in the first game on the road over the next three weeks, but Vancouver prevailed by a score of 3-2.

The momentum ebbed and flowed throughout the opening period. Vancouver got an early opportunity when David Booth beat Niklas Hjalmarsson for control of a puck. Booth found himself fight in front of Corey Crawford 90 seconds into the game, but his shot was knocked away.

Andrew Shaw drew a clipping penalty from Keith Ballard that the Canucks killed in the fourth minute. Patrick Sharp found Marian Hossa streaking up the ice and it appeared as if he would get a breakaway attempt on Cory Schneider. Alex Burrows make a nice play to thwart Hossa, then helped set up the game’s first goal at the 7:58 mark. Read more »

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