VIDEO: Why Dee Snider respects Dennis Rodman; and shoots puck at Blackhawks game

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Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider, in town for the world premiere of his stage musical “Dee Snider’s Rock & Roll Christmas Tale” at the Broadway Playhouse at Water Tower Place, stopped by the Chicago studios of Comcast SportsNet Chicago to talk about the show.

Snider also had this to say about former Bulls forward Dennis Rodman:

I actually was on ‘All-Star Celebrity Apprentice’ with Dennis, so I got to hang out with him a little bit. It takes a real man to wear a dress, Snider said during a Monday interview in the AT&T U-verse Lounge. Me — and I don’t know if it’s the same with Dennis — I was looking for trouble, and this was a way to get into it. So anybody who’s got guts like that, I respect. Dennis shut people up. There’s a saying, let the music do the talking. In Dennis’ case, let the playing do the talking.

In other Snider-around-town news, the rocker participated in the halftime “Shoot the Puck” challenge during the Blackhawks vs. Calgary game on Oct. 15.

So, did he score a goal?

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