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house fire. >> broke the door down and found the victims in there. todd: a mother and her 3 small children killed inside a boone county home. >> it's a small community, things like this are tough. todd: that deadly fire happening early this morning on the 300 block of beech street in boxholm, about an hour northwest of des moines. officials identifying the 4 people who lost their lives as 27-year-old amber sorenson, 9-year-old riley sorenson, 6-year-old autumn sorenson, and 4-year-old brayden sorenson. the father, john, was working when the deadly fire broke out. kcci's marcus mcintosh says fire officials knew fighting the roaring blaze would not be easy. >> when i drove by it, on the way to the station, the back half of it was totally involved and it was already starting to get into the second floor. marcus: boxholm fire chief dave huffman says when he first saw the fire he knew it was going to cause problems. he called for mutual aid and 9
9, -- so, he called for mutual aid and 9 different cities answered. then the work began to find out if anyone was inside. >> went inside to do a house search and didn't find anything on the initial search but there was one room we couldn't get in because it was wedged we changed crews and went back in and broke the door down and found the victims in there. marcus: mother amber sorenson and 3 children, riley, autmunn, and brayden were found inside the home. people who live in the small town of boxholm say the pain of losing a mother and her 3 children is going to be hard to put in the past. >> small town. everyone knows everybody anyway . things like this are tough. >> everyone is related to everybody around here. the great grandparents of the kids have been around here for 50 years in this area. it's going to be hard on everyone. marcus: the weather also made things difficult on the firefighters and their equipment.
three tankers, to fire hydrants, one water tower, trained another water tower. >> it was 14 below on the bank sign, just miserable working conditions for everyone. todd: chief huffman tells us that john sorenson is also a boxholm firefighter. the cause of today's fire is still under investigation. tomorrow, the southeast webster grand school district is planning to have counselors available to help classmates with their grief. there is a go-fund-me page setup for the family. it has already raised more than $23,000 tonight. you can find a link to donate on our website kcci.com. right now, dangerously cold out there. jason sydejko has been keeping an eye on it. and apparently we are not done quite yet. jason s: not yet.
temperatures in the feels like category, upper 20's below zero for webster city. no matter where you are, you are experiencing that dangerous cold right now. this cold is going to be with us through the morning hours. wind chill advisories across most of the state. you can see that one area mainly north-central iowa. dropping to about 40 below where the sharp you wake up tomorrow. be safe. we have the cold, snow chances coming up on tuesday. you can see, at least we see that son tomorrow. we will let more on the cold forecast and what to expect coming up shortly. todd: count on kcci to help you stay safe during the dangerous chill. you can download the kcci weather app for the latest live radar, traffic alerts and road conditions right on your smartphone. we're also getting several school delay and closing calls
find that list on our website and kcci mobile app. commitment 2016 news now. debate night in south carolina, just a block from the charleston church where a gunman killed 9 people in june. the democratic presidential candidates clashed on gun control. weijia jiang reports on the last debate before the caucuses. weijia: under fire from hillary clinton for changing his position on immunity of gun manufacturers, vermont senator bernie sanders shot back at his opponent. sen. sanders: i think secretary clinton knows what she says is very disingenuous. sanders said he has a d-minus report card from the nra, but clinton says he has voted numerous times with the gun lobby. ms. clinton: he voted to allow guns on amtrak, guns in national parks. he voted against doing research to figure out how we can save lives. weijia: former maryland governor martin omalley accused both clinton and sanders of being inconsistent when it came to gun
mr. o'malley: i am the one candidate on this stage who actually brings people together to pass comprehensive gun safety legislation. weijia: the candidates fiercely debated who would do the best job reigning in wall street. sen. sanders: speakers fees for goldman sachs. ms. clinton: i have a plan that most commentators have said is tougher, more effective, and more comprehensive. weijia: sanders is leading in the new hampshire polls and hes tied with clinton in iowa, but a new poll gives clinton a big edge over the vermont senator nationwide. sen. sanders: when this campaign began, she was 50 points ahead of me. we were all of three percentage points. weijia: all 3 candidates are looking for a spark before the iowa caucuses on february 1. weijia jiang, cbs news, charleston. todd: plenty of times the debate was a contentious match between the two front runners, hillary clinton and bernie sanders.
a debate watch party to get local reaction. grace: new job growth, equal pay, gun control, health care , and climate change were all fair game tonight. the answers vary, but those gathering at a watch party remain committed to their candidate. freezing cold temperatures did not keep dozens of urbandale democrats at home tonight. they gathered at the beer house to toast their favorite candidate and cheer them on. as the days prior to the iowa caucuses dwindle to a precious few, these candidate supporters are holding fast to the campaign message. wax i feel that the other side is stealing his thunder sometimes. they say they want income equality, all this kind of thing. that's bernie sanders. that is why i am for him. grace: the sanders medicare-for-all plan released just before the debate didn't seem to rattle the clinton crowd.
democrats, voting for ideas and plans, i think hillary's plan, perfecting obamacare makes a lot more sense than what i've heard from bernie's plan. both plans are better than what the republicans are offering. grace: martin o'malley supporters say they are not deterred by low poll numbers. >> i know that the iowa caucuses a really hard for them to poll. national polls don't really mean anything here. it is all on turnout, who shows up in what precinct. i do wish we could get more national press. grace: the republican candidates are next to debate. this last debate before the iowa caucuses will take place in des moines on january 28. todd? todd: senator sanders sat down steve karlin and the des moines register's kathie obradovich for kcci close up this week. if you missed it you can find , the entire segment on our website, kcci.com. right now, american prisoners released in iran are on their way home.
wendy gillette has family reaction, new tonight. wendy a swiss air force plane : carrying three americans who had been imprisoned in iran landed safely in geneva sunday. this picture, posted on a u.s. presidential envoy's twitter account, is the first of "washington post" reporter jason rezaian as a free man. he and fellow former prisoners amir hekmati and saeed abedini hospital in germany where they're being evaluated. president obama held a news conference at the white house sunday morning. pres. obama: today, we're united in welcoming home sons and husbands and brothers who, in lonely prison cells, have endured an absolute nightmare. wendy the americans, along with : one other man, nosratollah khosravi roodsari, who apparently chose to stay in iran were part of a swap for 7 , iranians held or charged in the u.s.. two of them, both iranian-americans, were released from a federal detention center in houston early sunday.
americans are planning reunions of their own, including the sister and brother in law of hekmati, a former u.s. marine. they're traveling with congressman dan kildee from flint, michigan to frankfurt where they'll see their relative for the first time since 2011. wax -- >> everything is so surreal. amir called last night to tell us he's on his way. wendy another american, student : matthew trevithick was also freed as part of a separate agreement and is already on his way home. secret talks to free the 5 americans began 14 months ago over about a dozen meetings. wendy gillette, for cbs news. todd: central iowans celebrated the release today. living waters fellowship held a special ceremony this morning at riverwoods elementary. the congregation has a connection to the family of recently released pastor saeed abedini. members met his wife, nog may, a few years ago during a prayer vigil at the capitol and kept in touch with her.
words what the release means. >> it is awesome. i can't even tell you how we felt yesterday morning. all over the world, people are celebrating today. todd: congregation members say it was the power of prayer that helped facilitate abedini's release. right now the search is on for , several americans missing in iraq. local media reports 3 were kidnapped in baghdad today. a u.s. embassy spokesman says it's working in full cooperation with iraqi authorities to locate the missing americans. their identities have not been released. still ahead 10:00 close call. , a car barrels through a gas station, barely missing a shopper. the driver's escape caught on camera.>> i thought i was dreaming, and they were like no seriously you got to go. todd: survivor speaks. how she escaped a devastating fire that killed 5 family members. later, you have to go pretty far
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meteorologist jason sydejko, and sports with scott reister. todd: a pumped up cornerstone family church today in des moines. pastors and ministers of des moines hosted their annual martin luther king jr. workshop service this afternoon at 63rd and park. our own emmy victor was the emcee. king's birthday was friday. tomorrow marks the federal holiday martin luther king jr. day. several events celebrating the holiday planned in the metro tomorrow. the john r. grubb ymca is hosting its annual prayer breakfast at the knapp center. doors open at 7:00 in the morning. several students also plan to brave the cold that 10:00 and a.m. march from the capitol to the sculpture park reciting poems in dr. king's honor. also new at 10:00 a , chesterfield, virginia family mourning its loved ones tonight after a house fire kills 5 people. this one broke out around 3:00 this morning.
3 adults and 2 children were trapped inside. firefighters were not able to rescue them in time. five people survived. investigators are still looking for a cause. the red cross is helping the survivors who now don't have a place to live. new asked him :00, -- new asked him :00 rampage on police. , a suspect in a utah car crash shoots and kills one police officer and injures another. it happened in salt lake city. police say 18 year veteran officer doug barney died of a head wound. a short time later police shot and killed the suspect, 31-year-old old cory lee henderson as he was trying to get away from the scene. we have the first picture tonight of a crew chief among the missing u.s. marines in hawaii. officials say sergeant adam schoeller is one of 12 service members who vanished thursday. they were flying in two helicopters that apparently crashed into the ocean. sergeant schoeller is from gardens, pennsylvania. an extensive search is underway
dead in central florida. authorities say a couple died and their adult son and 4 grandchildren were injured when a tornado destroyed their mobile home near tampa. another twister touched down near the sarasota county beach community of siesta key. the national weather service says the ef-2 tornado produced winds of 135 miles per hour. jason sydejko is in now. we are worried about more 0 degree temperatures. jason s: or far less than that even. the winter really making its effects known. still sitting in the mid to upper 20's below in a significant portion of northern iowa. if you are headed out, be sure to keep that skin covered. the birds are sneaking a peek, looking for the food.
we do have the wind chill advisory and warning out. sitting at one below in the metro at the moment. 19 below for a wind chill. absolutely frigid air in des moines. they haven't well off to the northwest very cold air. that has kept any of the precipitation at bay. a little bit of a clipper system that has been driving through as we head throughout the day. it is 11 below in mason city. a testament to the cold that we
i wish we had that what we don't. cold continues to shift its way to the east. as we head through about tuesday or so, we do start to wrap the temperature up. you can see this little bit is what will cause us to get to to three inches of snow. we could even see more than that. at least we get sunshine. we climb the mountain up to 10 degrees for your high. two below israel your wind chill temperature at 3:00 p.m. we ramp up the sun in his, too. you look as far as wind chill goes, and another very frigid morning. temperatures to the north in the mid-20's below for the feels like temperatures. starting to build off to the south as we head through 2 -- off to the south. as we head through tuesday, should see a bit of relaxing of that cold. we head through the day tomorrow
bit of light cloud cover. we should largely just see sunshine until our next chance for snow arrives on tuesday. as we head through the morning, there is a chance we could see a little bit of stuff, but pretty widespread three inches or so for lamoni up to des moines. i do think some spots could see around that 3-5 inch mark. tonight, 20-40 below is your feels like temperature. finally, double-digit high temperature above zero. 10 degrees what we are looking at with wind chills likely feeling below zero for a good portion of the day. mason city, a degree below zero. we finally ramp up that temperature. 28 on wednesday after that chance for a little bit of snow. after that, into the low-to-mid 30's saturday and sunday and we
todd: let's talk about something warm. maybe the super bowl. scott: which teams will be playing? we're down to four. there are two democratic visions for regulating wall street. one says it's okay to take millions from big banks and then tell them what to do. my plan -- break up the big banks, close the tax loopholes, and make them pay their fair share. then we can expand health care to all,
and provide universal college education. will they like me? no.
leader, this is kcci 8 sports. scott: not only was iowa 4-0 ion -- 4-0 in the big 10, best start since 1999, but they entered today's game on a 10-game conference winning streak
dating back to last season. that has happened since the -- since 1969. top guys looking for their 12th straight home win. jarrod uthoff had them off to a 11-0 run to start the game. adam woodbury running the floor. 12 points and six rebounds. iowa had a five-point halftime lead. jarrod uthoff had 23. a great baseline move down the stretch. iowa won 82-71. they are tied for first with indiana. drake was in search of its first conference win of the season. they trailed southern illinois by 11 at the half.
reed timmer. gets fouled. drake will take a two-point lead. anthony dean was
this -- anthony bean was the story. drake moves to a 0-6 record in the valley. and then there were 4. we are now set for next week's nfl conference championship games. in the afc, denver needed to beat pittsburgh. peyton manning made his first start since week 10. manning was just 21-37. no tds. no picks. pittsburgh led by 1 with 10 minutes ago, but they coughed it up. bradley roby strips fitz toussaint. that allowed manning to lead the game-winning drive. cj anderson fights his way in. denver took the lead for good and won it 23-16. they face new england next week. the panthers made a statement
on the first play of the game. jonathan stewart, 59 yard gain. it led to another touchdown for carolina. 7-0. still in the first quarter, russell wilson picked off. carolina was up 31-0 at the half. russell wilson made a valiant comeback attempt. look at this spin move and a touchdown. cuts the lead to 10. seattle scored 24 unanswered in the second half but they couldn't get the onside kick when they needed it. carolina advances to the nfc title game where they will host arizona. tough questions for the hawkeyes. not -- tony seeman, not much luck in this interview or the next one. plus, on the women's hardwood, the cyclones working overtime on the road.
-- cam newton's hat, ridiculous. a wild weekend for the iowa wild. plus, a sunday sports extra skate of a lifetime. one use skater had a moment he would never forget. it is all coming up on sunday sports extra. i think we need to get you a hat like that. todd: lots more news ahead, including a warning for parents with teens in sports. >> after a while i just kind of blanked out and then next thing i knew, i was in the hospital. todd: what doctors say you can do about the serious threat of sudden cardiac arrests.>> they're valuable life companions. for not necessarily things that you can see or hear, but for a slew of invisible diseases. todd: plus a special job for a , very special dog. how a simple picture is teaching an important lesson tonight. and, another night of dangerous cold conditions outside.
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a mother and her three young children about an hour northwest of des moines. fire officials tell us the father was working at the time of the fire. if you want to help the family, a link to their go fund me page is on our website. debate night in south carolina. the democratic candidates took the stage just weeks before the iowa caucuses. here in iowa, sanders surged ahead of clinton. dangerous cold subzero temperatures for most of the day. jason sydejko here now to help you plan your very cold morning. jason s: layer up as much as you can, keep the skin covered, and
you can see, more of the same. 19 below for it feels like temperature. 19 below in knoxville as well. never a bad thing to go over some of these. limit that time outdoors. the matter what you are doing, stay warm, take those breaks inside. we have seen the cold, not looking very winter he at least snow wise. you can see the bulk
of that snow pack north of the metro pushing to minnesota out into michigan. we will be adding to this on tuesday. some spots could pick up a few inches of snow. when chill warning and wind
if you are in this area, you could see a wind chill around 40 below. the cold not going to be here for
that much longer. i will have more on the cold and how much snow to expect coming up shortly. todd: the countdown is on. we're now just 15 days away from the iowa caucuses. the candidates all hoping for a final surge here in the hawkeye state. and a revolt happening right now from some of the republican presidential candidates. they think america has a p.c. problem, an epidemic of political correctness. but do voters agree? kcci's sally kidd reports from washington. mr. trump: we can't worry about being politically correct. dr. carson: this is craziness. sen. cruz: political correctness is killing people. sally: a war on political correctness is playing out at gop campaign stops and on the debate stage. dr. carson: we have to get rid of all this pc stuff. sally: donald trump's controversial comments about immigrants, syrian refugees, minorities, his call for a ban
all framed as an assault on political correctness. mr. trump: we just can't afford anymore to be so politically correct. sally: it's a message that seems to be resonating with disaffected voters. in a fairleigh dickinson university survey, 68% of voters agree political correctness is a big problem in this country. >> there is a feeling in the country, a kind of distemper in the land right now. people are upset, i think, about not being able to talk about certain issues they feel are very important. sally: a reuters poll found 77% of trump supporters think trump is appealing because he's not politically correct. pres. obama: this is not a matter of political correctness. sally: president obama took on the anti-pc crusade during his state of the union address. pres. obama: we need to reject any politics, any politics that targets people because of race or religion. sally: some analysts say
excuse offensive remarks and dismiss critics. >> when donald trump steps up on a debate stage and says we're being too politically correct, you should interpret that as i don't have a plan. sally: but politically correct or not, we won't know if it's good politics, until voters go to the polls. todd: that was sally kidd reporting. republican presidential hopefuls back on the campaign trail tomorrow here in iowa. marco rubio, chris christie, rick santorum, carly fiorina and rand paul all have events planned across the state. check this out. incredible new video tonight at 10:00. a talk -- a car smashes into a gas station missing a woman by camera. it happened in australia this weekend. store workers had to drag the -- drag at least one person, maybe two people inside the car out to safety. they were taken to the hospital for treatment.
factor. the 4th failure for spacex today. the company launched an unmanned rocket that put a satellite in space. you're watching video of that successful takeoff here, but then things quickly went downhill when the rocket tried to land upright on a platform in the pacific ocean. spacex tweeted that the rocket hit the platform too hard after a landing leg on the spaceship broke. >> within an hour or so, we started getting media inquiries all over the united states. todd: it also got attention, all around the world. next at 10:00, the special
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announcer: this is iowa's news leader. this is kcci 8 news at 10:00 with todd magel, laura terrell, meteorologist jason sydejko, and sports with scott reister. >> that's a pretty scary thing for the parents to witness. todd: a health scare posing a serious threat for teenage athletes. one minute they're having fun on the field, the next they're in the emergency room without any warning. todd dykes from our sister station in cincinnati investigates cases of sudden
todd d: like thousands of high school athletes in greater cincinnati, all kyle wanted to do was get in the game. his soccer coach eventually put the sophomore on the field during a tournament in mid-august. a few minutes later kyle nearly died. >> i just kind of blanked out and then next thing i knew i was in the hospital. todd d: kyle's heart suddenly stopped beating. in a twist of fate, the automatic electronic defibrillator used to save kyle's life was donated by cameron's cause, an organization named after another northern kentucky teen who died from a sudden cardiac event while practicing soccer. even more coincidental? kyle's mom, brenda williams, is a cardiac icu nurse who'd been researching sudden cardiac arrests about a year before she had any clue her son would experience one. >> i learned a ton about it. just that there's a huge variation in how
it's found, how it's treated. todd d: based on what she learned, and because her son almost died, brenda wants to
hidden heart abnormalities can affect teenagers and why sports physicals matter. >> does your family have a history of, you know, somebody who sudden arrested below the age of 50? you know, do you have a history of certain defects?brenda, make -- certain defects? make sure they ask you those questions and think about the questions. todd d: brenda is referring to health providers who conduct physicals, and who may end up recommending a young athlete get an ekg
or an echocardiogram. >> this is very rare, so you don't want to cause a panic. todd d: just because incidents of sudden cardiac arrest in children are infrequent doesn't make them any less frightening. >> that's a pretty scary thing for the parents to witness, and it's a pretty scary thing for the child to experience. todd d: dr. thomas ryan agrees with brenda, saying it's critical parents share their family's medical history during the sports physical process and make sure their child's heart health is front and center. >> it's always a parent's right and duty, frankly, to push on anything that concerns them. todd: that was todd dykes reporting. for parents interested in more thorough heart testing here are a few things to keep in mind. the cost of ekg's and echo-cardiogram's vary depending
of insurance you have. the actual cost of an ekg can be between $25 and $50 but the price in a hospital
setting can be several hundred dollars. to get either test, you'll likely need approval from a physician. trending tonight this photo , showing the special bond between a south dakota bride and her service dog. valerie parrott and her medical alert service dog bella have been a team for two years. val suffers from panic disorders and migraines. bella helps by calming her down. >> my life wouldn't be the same without her. because of bella and because of my partnership with bella i have , been allowed to live my life to the fullest that i normally wouldn't have been able to have done. todd: valerie says she has had so much good feedback from the service animal community since the photos went viral. she even has her own blog detailing the life of a service , dog team. dangerous cold across most of the midwest today.
inside in sioux falls, south dakota. it never got above zero there today. wind chills of up to minus 30 degrees. jason sydejko back with our forecast. jason s: some of us could go even beyond that as we head to around 40 below. you can see right now sitting in the mid to upper 20's below zero. 19 below for des moines. this is windchill, not actual air temperature. windchill warning and advisory out for the entire state. this pink area is the warning area that can see the 30-40 below. by all accounts, dangerous cold tonight and tomorrow morning. be safe if you plan on heading out and about. we saw a little bird earlier
either way, i guess they are experiencing the cold to. they have feathers and stuff. it is pretty frigid out there. when seven died down a little bit. the wind chill could continue to drop. some clouds are trying to make their way in. if that continues to do so, that will quell some of the cold. i would still plan on a very frigid evening for us. just about as cold as northern alaska at this point. southern alaska, not bad. 24 degrees. a little bit of pacific flow helping them to stay a little warmer. we are up to 10 degrees tomorrow. nice to see double digits above zero for once. we start out at 22 below. feels like temperature is not
sunshine for a good portion of the day. it is going to look nicer than it is outside. high pressure continues to fly off to the southeast. as it does so, that will make room for the next system to slide in. plan on snow on tuesday. before that, we could with the cold. caboose temperature sitting in the middle 20's below zero. tomorrow, skies will remain clear as we head throughout the day. through the evening, we start to bring in some cloud cover and eventually the snow roles in on tuesday. we could see around 2-3 inches in some spots. we could see some deviation in this track. nine below tonight against
not even close to the 31 degree average that we have for this time of year. thankfully, that arctic chill will continue to push he were -- pushed eastward. up to 28 on wednesday and clear beyond that. todd: scott reister is back now. hawkeye fans have a whole lot to be happy about. scott: on a season that really started out with modest expectations.
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announcer: from iowa's sports leader, this is kcci 8 sports. scott: the hawkeyes were picked to finish ninth in the big 10. come monday they might be ranked ninth in the nation. the hawkeyes just keep winning. undefeated in the conference. best start of the fran mccaffery era facing michigan sunday in
jerod uthoff. the hawkeyes out to a huge lead. dunk by moritz wagner. lead down to 20-19. adam woodbury had 12 points and six boards. iowa was up at the half five second half. michigan would take the lead briefly. uthoff was the man with 23. iowa wins 82-71. the team is 14-3, 5-0 in the big ten. tony seeman say this team has plenty to feel good about it. tony: it would be easy to focus on jarrod uthoff's game-high performance. after the game, fran mccaffery says this win has come from the bench.
seniors and a junior, but i said from the beginning, we would not
have success this year unless those young guys came through for us. tony: they are 5-0 in the big ten for the first time in 19 years. they are 14-3 for the first time ever under fran mccaffery because this team runs deep. >> our base play has been tremendous. tony: this phenomenal start includes a likely top 10 ranking tomorrow. what does that mean to you? >> nothing. that little number next to your name doesn't mean anything. it doesn't matter what you do until march. we have a long season ahead of us. >> i want to be the best in the country. rankings only matter at the end of the season. tony: their team is all about business.
scott: they got beaned. the milwaukee star was feeling it, scoring inside and outside at the team was up to an 11 point lead over drake at the half. that is when drake starts to chip away. donald managing -- drake making its move. reed timmer. that guy was on fire. timmer had 27. then they went cold and beane heated up again. siu wins 81-76. the bulldogs remain winless in the valley at 0-6. it's a big monday for the cyclones, literally. espn will be in ames to broadcast iowa state's game with the second-ranked oklahoma sooners the game kicks at 8:00. the cyclones are looking to avoid back to back home losses
a win would also get them back to .500 in big 12 play. the cyclone women were in an overtime nailbiter at texas tech. down 1, 14 seconds left. they need a bucket. seanna johnson was called for the charge. tack made both free throws to stretch the lead to 3. three seconds left in the overtime, for the tie. no good. lady raiders earn their first conference win of the season knocking off iowa state 69-66. drake was at home against illinois state. who wants it? this kid wants it. the bulldogs wanted it also. they had chance to move into first place with a win. drake was crushing it. sammie bachrodt. right through the defense. she had 8 points. this game was a blowout. sara rhine was running the court all night long. drake won big. 76-41. the bulldogs moved to 5-1 in the valley. they are tied for first place
indiana state 53-42. they are also 5-1 in the valley. they play at drake sunday at 2. cam newton is a magician with the football and his postgame , press conferences aren't bad either. earlier, we showed you how his carolina panthers held off the seahawks. afterwards, newton even managed to invent a new sports cliche. >> there are a lot of guys playing with their butts tight. you just have to find ways to get your groove back going. we need a little bit more of that on next sunday. scott: more of that hat. conference championship coming up on sunday. the first game at 2:00, new england and denver. arizona at carolina after that. it wasn't just a big weekend for the iowa wild, it was a record
saturday night, 12,445 fans packed wells fargo arena, making it the biggest crowd to ever attend a hockey game in des moines. that edged the 12,136 fans the ahl's iowa chops drew for a game in 2009. the fans got to see iowa win . they also got a concert after the game with rising country star cam. even the ahl comissioner was in town and he continmues to praise the young franchise. >> we are really pleased with what happened here. we thought this was going to be a great market for the american league with the right team and the right leadership. the team itself has become very connected in the community. in, hoping for the team to do better competitively. this has become one of our marquee franchises. scott: every so often, we are reminded how much an impact
in the boston area, a genetic disorder to hockey away from one teen. >> he has been the team manager for four years, but he has never seated up -- suited up and taken the ice before tonight. >> i hope i don't cry too much. big moment. [applause] >> they call him the mayor. a canton high school senior who loves hockey. he is good at it, but he has never been able to play competitively. he has an extremely rare genetic disorder. that means contact sports are out. on this night, certain coaches and their team have a plan. >> the much bigger lessons you learn as a player. >> they dream about special