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Video of Bobby Shea tunnel incident Friday in Rosemont; plus Nightingale jumps Selleck and info on resulting suspensions

Video of Bobby Shea attacking Ty Rattie in the tunnel at Allstate Arena.
(credit to Wolfkeeper.org on YouTube for the videos)


By Chris Block

Rockford got pummeled on Friday night at Allstate Arena in Rosemont, losing 6-0 to their division rival Chicago Wolves.

The game also got out of hand at moments, originally stemming from Wolves’ tough guy Eric Selleck coming off the bench on a line change to engage with IceHogs’ rookie Pat Mullane, who had just been jousting with Ty Rattie.

But the “highlight” of the evening belonged to Bobby Shea.  The first year pro is a defenseman on the IceHogs.  He took a run at St. Louis Blues’ prospect Ty Rattie with 36 seconds to go in the middle period.

Shea led with a high elbow that struck Rattie in the head.  Afterwards, as Rattie was chirping at Shea in response to that action, Shea dropped his gloves and proceeded to level Rattie with a series of unanswered punches.  Its believed Rattie suffered a broken nose in that sequence – be it on the elbow or in the fight. Read more »

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Video look-in at a recent IceHogs-Charlotte Checkers game through referee David Banfield’s helmet cam

A video look at the December 7, 2013 Rockford IceHogs – Charlotte Checkers contest through referee David Banfield’s helmet cam.

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Brandon Pirri and Jeremy Morin talk goal celebrations and IceHogs fashion sense

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LeafsTV Highlights: Blackhawks-Leafs prospect tourney

Highlights of Saturday night’s Blackhawks vs Maple Leafs prospect match up in Oshawa, Ontario.  Toronto took the game 4-2.

Chris DiDomenico and Brandon Saad were the Blackhawks’ goal scorers.

Chicago’s roster here.
 

ChrisBlock@TheThirdManIn.com

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Game 7: The End: Canucks 2, Blackhawks 1, OT; Highlights

Via NHL.com

 

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Canucks 3, Blackhawks 2: Gm 3 Highlights

The referees tried. Raffi Torres tried. But no one could hand the Blackhawks the game and they weren’t good enough to take it own their own. A demoralizing defeat at the hand of the Canucks after the Hawks saw a first period 5-on-3 and eight and a half minutes of power play time (to VAN’s 1:17), the Blackhawks find themselves facing elimination Tuesday night in Game 4 at the United Center.

NHL.com highlights after the jump. Read more »

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Friday night CHI-VAN Gm 2 Highlights

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Whooooo! tickets

Awesome North Carolina state lottery commercial.  I would do this.

 

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2011 WCQF Gm 1 CHI-VAN Highlights

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Steve Ludzik chats with Steve Larmer and former Blackhawks coach Orval Tessier

Orval Tessier, the only Blackhawks’ coach to ever win the Jack Adams Trophy for NHL coach of the year, sits down with his former players Steve Ludzik and Steve Larmer for a fun chat.

Recently Larmer and Ludzik drove up to their old coach’s Cornwall, Ontario home to reminiscence about their time together when Tessier coached against them in junior, when he coached the two in minors in Moncton and more in his days behind the Blackhawks’ bench.

Its a great video in which Ludzik and Larmer pay tribute to the coach they credit as giving them their big breaks in professional hockey.

Tessier also discusses his coaching philosophies and the infamous “heart transplant” comment, directed at his team, he made during 1983 Campbell Conference Finals which made headlines across Canada and in Chicago. The Oilers swept the Hawks 4-0 that series and outscored them 16-6 in the first two games in Edmonton. After Game 2, Tessier was overhead by a reporter when making the comment and you could imagine it was national news the following morning. While a lot of people think that incident led to Tessier’s dismissal, he actually continued coaching the team for the next year and a half. It was actually the first round loss to Minnesota the following year and a poor first half of the 1984-85 season that got Tessier the axe. In the ’83 series, down 2 games to none, the Hawks lost a much more competitive game when the series shifted to the Stadium, 3-2. Game four was a heck of a game, but Chicago still lost 6-3, ending their season.

For those of you who were with us back in August when Ludzy joined us on TTMI~Radio, much of what’s discussed in the video will sound familiar. If not, I urge you to go back and check it out when you have an opportunity. Ludzik is a terrific character and a great, no-nonsense interview. Ludzy is a lot of fun and tells it like it is.

Check out this video and more with Ludzik at Ludzy.com

ChrisBlock@TheThirdManIn.com

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