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with that stuff. and headed back out by pastrnak and escapes with that, getting a piece of mrazek and it went out of play. five minutes to go, third period of play. riley sheahan with some hard work, dazzling, but a good save. what would we be without our mountains? without the things that stand in our way. that make us better. at coors, our mountain is brewing the world's most refreshing beer. lagered, filtered and packaged cold. our mountains make us who we are. your mountains make you who you are. whatever your mountain, climb on.
>> 38 multi-goal games and no threes in there. still maybe, he's a great defensive player and if the net is empty near the end of the game he might be out there. the bruins will try to make that not even happen by cashing in on one perhaps here and can one win the draw from him? and he prevails back along further and up it comes to ctatr and pastrnak and he shuttled it along. jam backed further by dekeyser and able to escape and work further and send it up back to the point and that one ricocheted off a fallen player
and it is miller able to get by one and one that reach art was able to go and kept alive and floated to the front and it would not go through to them and larkin back down to tatar and drifted back to richard and backhands one and a nice save and rebound and that one is knocked high by kevan miller and krug is up with this 4:10 to go in the third period. turning back is marchand and hands it back further now to the control of kevan miller. this shot is carefully held by mrazek and again, play is stopped with 3:54 separating these two teams from the finale of the game or the extension of it. >> you talked about it, the backhand chance for brad richards and a nice passing play and the backhand for gustav son for the right pass save.
he stood up beautifully, i think, with the skill of tatar and opened up tatar and the creative genius of brad richards. >> olympics in '06 in torino and the cup in '04, tampa bay and in chicago. >> pierre: he was all world in that stanley cup final. >> eddie: offside is called. speaking of all world, pavel datsyuk and let's watch the video montage of his play and the spinning play on krejci and the front of the net and quick against chara and this one, a masterpiece. >> eddie: so it is trotman who had one of the first three goals of a busy afternoon. that one careened across and it was fed up the wing and here is helm with it and helm around behind and helm circling with it
now and back out by gustav son and brought right back ahead again by marchand. marchand wanting to get by and the two go to the boards and cancel. five players in and marchand gave it up and the lay made by mrazek. >> that's an egregious turnover that's in the corner and not happy with himself and an opportunity for the bruins right here and soft on the puck and couldn't get any wood on it and man, oh, man, lucky for detroit, they couldn't get a stick on that play and the defensive player doesn't make a lot of unforced errors and right there you see it. pulkkinen. that, too. around in front and whittled
away from pastrnak and seidenberg and that one ricocheted wide. looks like hayes. a nice anticipation there by the veteran leading a three on two rush and that was getting in the way of it with gustav son and it was played back along for hayes. hayes brought it ahead and off the gloved hands of dekeyser and hayes and dekeyser goes in and quincy and settling it down is seidenberg again and seidenberg with one already and saw that pass directed and it can be with seidenberg and it can be taken on by pavel, and fed back and abdelkader and abdelkader and the shot was ripped wide. after this is marchand. smith played it up the board and 2:10 to go and already at the
hash mark and gustav son as they were going to pull him off. so now krug and here comes gustavsson to the bench with the extra man. the extra man is chara and sometimes he goes to the front of the net and this time he goes behind the net and play is stopped. >> a tremendous opportunity for the detroit red wings off the rush and he started with a good shot block against seidenberg and that's what gives it up to zetterberg. >> smith over to abdelkader rockets that high and wide. the only thing that was diminished. ♪ ♪ >> eddie: mrazek peering out. eriksson and krejci to take the draw, marchand, chara and krug.
as it is around behind and meanwhile, the empty nest and helm couldn't get him to approve and marchand on the attack and they fan them out and play it across to krejci. a hundred seconds to go as of now expect mrazek able to knock it down and kicked on back by dekeyser and punched further and set on by quincey. chocked on out to center and gliding back to take it now is ericsson. >> and that was out in the blue line. good eye, eddie. >> around it goes now and m radek and still the battle on to and they can be played back along and down and wide and so it becomes an icing with 1:07 to go and the face-off for the bruins. >> that's coming over and i just
ta talked to francis. ♪ ♪ >> he's trying to get some attention and the referee doesn't want mihm to go to the bench. he's staying out and he's hurt. they have players on the ice right now. he's hurt. that's what he was telling the official. with the way that he's played this afternoon the bruins don't mind that straight off there. talking to pete van zandt in the runway. >> the drive and that was high and taken by abdelkader and lifted along with colin miller couldn't get there and out by zetterberg and it's abdelkader and trotman able to wedge it along. slams on the brakes and they lose abdelkader now with 47 seconds to go, and connolly sent it back across and gliding ahead
with it now and hoisting it back in is spooner and goes into the, and kept alive by colin miller and rolled along and settled down by hayes and hayes able to play at close quarters and sent on back to the point and colin miller and the shot one and ricocheted around behind in the last 25. punched back ahead against spooner and he's got hayes' position there and got it on to the back and collen miller right and the that one is ahead right and crashing in was abdelkader and front center and still time and they have to hurry and to the last nine seconds and colin miller ahead and the left run, and run by mrazek and mrazek and the red wings have won it! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪
points number 66 and 67. the red wings are now three behind florida for first. and they move on to brooklyn to play the islanders. >> a multiple-point day, they salute the fans and on his 24th birthday petr mrazek had a different day than he probably envisioned, but he emerges with the win anyway. thanks for watching the nhl on nbc. once again, our final score, red wings, 6, boston, 5 for eddie, and our entire crew, saying so long from detroit. coming up next except on the west coast it's your local news and at 7:00, 6:00 central it's "dateline" followed by snl and jimmy fall orn tonfallon, the v day special. thanks so much for watching from
breaking news -- >> right now on nbc 10, the nbc 10 first alert weather team is tracking two threats. nirs this dangerous cold which is showing no sign of letting go across the philadelphia region. sky force 10 was above a frozen schuylkill river this morning and the arctic air wasn't enough to stop these runners from hitting the pavement along kelly drive this morning, but they did bundle up. a live look at i-95 in south philadelphia. tonight the roads are clear, but it could be a different story tomorrow as we brace for a round of snow and rain to move in. good evening, i'm denise nakano, a first alert weather condition is in effect. we have team weather coverage of the dangerous cold and the winter storm headed our way. let's go to first alert
meteorologist violeta yass. >> the arctic air going to slowly lift north, it will be a cold night. we're currently at 18 degrees in philadelphia with a wind chill of 10, feeling like 8 below up toward the poconos. we have extended our first alert through tuesday. we're tracking a storm system that's going to bring us snow and eventually heavy rain as well in between that we're looking at a transition period of sleet and freezing rain that's going to make for icy roads, potentially during the evening commute tomorrow. here's the leading edge of the precipitation, you can see it's still well to the south and west. it's going to continue to lift toward our area. although the good news is the morning commute looks okay. here's 10:00 a.m. most of it still off to our south and west. the general idea of what kind of snow we're talking about. generally less than an inch southward. one to three along the i-95 corridor. higher amounts further north and west toward the poconos. we're looking at the potential for ice and flooding rain heading into tuesday, we'll talk about it coming up in a few minutes. a dangerous cold has prompted cities like
philadelphia to issue a code blue to make sure the homeless have shelter tonight. here's a live look at 8th and market streets in center city. you can see it's pretty quiet out there tonight. nbc 10's doug shamel is live in pennsauken in camden county. >> whether it's a warming center here or a frozen city block in philadelphia. the stinging cold is leaving its mark. >> everything is encased in ice. it's just -- bizarre. >> it was a block of ice in the shape of a burned-out auto body shop. michael burns used to live next door and said his old block in frankfurt is unrecognizable at 14 degrees. >> alaska. i mean -- i've never seen anything like it. it's -- it's like a glacier. and just -- >> a winter wonderland. >> firefighters worried about a wall collapse as the thousands of gallons of water they threw
at the six-alarm fire turned to stone within minutes. >> in camden county they worried about the cold and people like richard tomasello. >> i can pretty well handle it. but as you get old ter hurts a little more. >> he came to read and thaw out at the warming center. >> this is fantastic. i mean if you had to one of the only places could you go to get out of the cold. this would be the place. >> camden county freeholder carmen rodriguez said she pushed to improve the code blue response after bitter cold hit home. >> it is personal for me. i had a great uncle who passed away. he froze on a bench. nobody bothered to look for him. >> carmen rodriguez says that by checking on your elderly neighbor, that could spell the difference between life or death. live in camden county. dozens of shelters across the state opened for special hours to get people out of the
dangerous cold. a team of volunteers served a hot breakfast to a capacity crowd at the episcopal church of st. andrews. they say it's been a busy few days, they know these services can make a difference. >> you just have to raise it and put it in another gear. because literally, an hour outside is enough to do people's fragile health in. >> several churches and nonprofits in delaware are working together to provide around-the-clock shelter for homeless in the harsh condition. new information on yesterday's deadly pile-up in lebanon county. police say 64 vehicles were involved in the crash that's being blamed on a snow squall. sky force ten was above the scene in bethel township this morning after state police reopened both lanes of traffic. you can still see the tracks in the snow. now following the massive accident, we asked pen-d.o.t. if
they're prepared for the latest round of winter weather and nbc 10's randy gyllenhaal is live with more. >> they are ready to go with about 200 trucks tomorrow. but they say yesterday's crash is a good lesson that the snow squalls can come out of absolutely nowhere. meantime, today, officials did release new information about this deadly pile-up. the carnage from yesterday's chain-reaction crash left three dead. state police say the victims were all in their 50s. a man from new york, a woman from bridgewater, new jersey and a truck driver from tennessee. caught up in a snow squall that caused a 64-vehicle pile-up. officials also updated the number of injured, 73 people taken to local hospitals. and now a new storm will cause dangerous conditions on the roads again. >> we're most concerned about is the freezing rain and things getting icy.
>> penn-d.o.t. says they'll have 200 trucks on the road starting tomorrow morning. warning drivers that speed and tailgating can lead to deadly crashes, especially if snow or sleet starts falling. >> you can be driving along, everything is fine and all of a sudden a gust of wind comes along and you have a whiteout. keep that in mind, leave a lot of extra room between your car and the car you're following. >> now penndot does say it will be helpful that tomorrow local school and many businesses will be closed. that means many fewer drivers out on the road. live tonight, randy gyllenhaal, nbc 10. this just in, more than 400 students at temple university are out of their dorm after a pipe burst inside. students living inside the 1940 dorm had been relocated to tomlinson theater while crews worked to clear the water. school officials say students should be able to sleep in their rooms tonight. and you can keep track of
the changing weather conditions any time your with your nbc 10 app. tonight investigators look into what caused this house fire in north philadelphia. firefighters had to battle icy conditions along with the flames. nbc 10 on the scene on north bronfils street this morning. some firefighters had ice on their coats and they poured skalt on the ground to make sure they didn't slip. firefighters say dealing with fires in weather like this is a real challenge. >> we have to deal with frozen hydrants and if we shut down any water flow at all we start freezing our lines immediately. >> everyone made it out of the home safely. new at 6:00, the philadelphia woman is recovering tonight after two men forced their way into her home and beat her. police say the suspects were impersonating utility workers when they entered the home on south mole street. both men were armed with guns. the woman suffered cuts to her head and is expected to be okay.
from our jersey shore bureau, two men are under arrest for an attack on an elderly man in an atlanta city could seeno. authorities say a 76-year-old new york man was trying to enter his room at harrah's early yesterday when he was pushed inside by two men wearing masks they assaulted him and stoeld casino chips, money and his phone. the victim has a broken back. the suspects are charged with robbery, aggravated assault and conspiracy. well classes will resume on a regular schedule tomorrow at ursinus college after some 200 students reported symptoms of a stomach illness. school officials say over the weekend the college insured that all public spaces and common areas on campus were cleaned. sanitized and disinfected. health officials are trying to figure out whether the ailment is food-borne or transmitted from person to person. a political battle is brewing in washington following the death of justice antonin
cross river rink in penn's landing, the bitter cold is not keeping these families away from spending time on the ice, violeta will have a weather update in a few minutes. but first, flags are flying at half-staff at the white house tonight. to honor the late supreme court justice, antonin skalia he was found dead in his room at a west texas ranch yesterday. early this morning, scalia's body was taken to a funeral home in el paso where his family is expected to arrive. his body is set to be flown back home to virginia tuesday. scalia would have been 80 next month. now as the tributes to the supreme court justice continue to pour in, those who want to become the next president are weighing in on whether president obama should even try to nominate scalia's successor. nbc 10 national correspondent jennifer johnson reports. >> hours after justice antonin scalia's death president obama made his intentions clear. >> i plan to fulfill my
constitutional responsibilities to nominate a successor. >> but senate republicans, including the two gunning for the white house, say any nominee from a lame duck president will fail. >> the president can nominate whoever he wants. but the senate is not going to act and that's pretty clear. >> ted cruz is warning of dire consequences should mr. obama add another justice to the court. >> we will see unlimited abortion on demand throughout this country. partial birth abortion, taxpayer funding, no parental notification. >> justice scalia's conservative views often influenced the balance of the court in many 5-4 decisions. >> we lost one of the greats, i would like to have the person tailored to be just like justice scalia. >> democrats say republicans need to act responsibly and vote on a nominee. >> president obama is president of the united states until january 20th, 2017. that is a fact, my friends. whether the republicans like it or not. >> apparently