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overtime game-winner against colorado, which was scored 13 years ago two days ago. and brunette now an assistant coach. that year the wild came back from 3-1 down twice in the playoffs to win a series. the only team in nhl history to do it twice in one playoff year. so, the face-off in the dallas zone. the extra skater will be on for the wild. koivu and the usual suspects will be part of it for the wild. dallas cannot change after the icing, so faksa will take the draw against koivu. >> pierre: these are phenomenal fans, gord, as good as anywhere in the league. this is just an awesome experience to be here in the third period. >> gord: the draw, picked up by hamsky. the empty net. he's in. and that will be icing again
against the stars who once again won't be able to change. >> pierre: he had time, he had space. he had to move his feet. he got cozy and comfortable and he just misfired. and if minnesota comes back to score, he'll remember that one, ales hemsky. >> gord: that happened in the miracle in manchester back in '82, an empty net shot missed. the face-off came back down and the tying goal was scored. >> pierre: i believe it happened in a game that he played in with patrick stepan. remember that one, gord? >> gord: yep. koivu digs in again against faksa. 46.6 seconds left. another scramble draw. this time controlled by the wild. back at the point is spurgeon. suter back with it. ryan suter to jared spurgeon. across to granlund. down low to koivu. centers, niederreiter! in the net! niederreiter banging away at it and kari lehtonen keeps it out. >> pierre: the only good piece of news for dallas is the puck didn't go in and they can change
players. minnesota has it all going on right now. nino niederreiter, spurgeon, koivu, it's equal opportunity. they're stronger right now, they're quicker, they're more determined, and there's a whole lot of urgency. and look at them evaluating to see if someone in white closed their hand on the puck in the crease, because if they did, that's a penalty shot. where's the puck? >> gord: demers was diving for it. and the wild are hollering that the hand was closed. and now the referees are going to the timekeepers' bench, and they may have a look at this. remember, in the final minute of regulation and overtime, the nhl command center controls all video review. >> pierre: the key is watch number 4 in white, jason demers. where is his hand and where is the puck? >> gord: the puck is right
there. you can see it loose for the second. it's russell standing on it. >> pierre: i don't believe the puck -- oh, did it cross the line, too, gord? watch it go off his leg. where is his pad? is it over the icing line or the goal line in this case? >> gord: here's the puck right there. have a look. oh, my. that is millimeters from being in. >> pierre: that's a great nbc-it. remember, the entire puck has to go across the goal line. >> gord: now, closing your hand on the puck is not reviewable. >> pierre: not reviewable, no. >> gord: so, what they're looking at is did the puck cross the line? >> pierre: correct. >> gord: this is the feed they're looking at the the nhl command center.
here's the call. >> referee: the puck never crossed the goal line. therefore, there is no goal. >> gord: boy, lindy ruff's been on the wrong end of one of those calls back in 1989, game six of the stanley cup final. if you live in dallas. >> pierre: remember calgary and tampa, too. the fans are seeing it on the screen. they don't like it. but the puck has to be all the way across the line. >> gord: so, 33.9 seconds left in the third period. koivu will face off against spezza. that's how close the wild came. >> pierre: hold on. they've got to get the officials over here. people are throwing money on the ice. great job by fiddler to get out there and get it so nobody can get hurt. >> gord: there is debris being thrown on, something else at center ice. >> pierre: both benches now are letting the linesmen know. >> gord: the crowd incensed here
in st. paul by what they think is a tying goal in a game that their team trailed 4-0 not that long ago. but the focus now on the final 33.9 seconds of regulation. koivu in for spezza. and koivu wins it cleanly back. suter sends it across to spurgeon. jared spurgeon in the corner for koivu. niederreiter and pominville standing in front. 25 seconds to go in the third. granlund works his way in. mikael granlund in the corner for koivu, tries to work it back in front. benn has it, lifts it down the ice, and misses! another icing call coming at the dallas stars, this one with 13.8 seconds remaining. >> pierre: i don't think you can make it any harder on yourself than dallas has here this afternoon. first you had ales hemsky missing a wide-open one and then their best scorer, jamie benn, missing a wide-open one. >> gord: now it will be koivu against eakin to lehtonen's left.
everyone on their feet. 13.8 seconds remaining. kicked back by koivu. back of the line, spurgeon shoots! deflected off the leg of goligoski. suter shoots! that's blocked as well. from his knees, fired down the ice that time by spezza. racing back is spurgeon. another face-off coming. 2.9 seconds left. one more chance for the wild to try to tie this game. kari lehtonen talking it over with cody eakin. it will be spezza who takes the draw against koivu. >> pierre: players are looking for some direction. the number one thing now for spezza's just scramble the draw and get support from the wings. don't let the puck go back. >> gord: clock set at 2.9 seconds now. wild talking it over. neither team has a time-out now.
koivu against jason spezza for the face-off in the dallas zone. >> pierre: spezza's wondering if they should notch up on the boards on pominville. for koivu, it's a harder play because he's a left shot. if it was a right shot, he could just nail it to the board for pominville. >> gord: six skaters on five for the minnesota wild. they're resetting it to 3.2 seconds remaining. >> pierre: dallas it just going to stack the middle part of the ice. if you're going to beat them, you're going to have to go through a white wall. >> gord: these middle linesmen will do the drop. once spezza and koivu are in position. koivu wins it back. chance for pominville. poked away. suter shoots to the pound, blocked as well, rebound, koivu shoots! and the stars hang on to win it 5-4. they're on to the second round of the stanley cup playoffs after withstanding a furious minnesota wild rally in the third period of game number six.
and this crowd now rises to salute the home team. that put on such an incredible display of resilience in the third period. but in the end, the number one seed in the western conference advances to the second round. dallas moves on for the first time since 2008. time now for the "3 stars of the game" brought to you by chase freedom. >> pierre: well, patrick sharp, first star with the goal and an assist. when it looked like they were about to blow minnesota out. sharp was outstanding. jamie benn was outstanding. and how about jared spurgeon from minnesota really igniting this third-period comeback? those are your three stars. >> gord: you have been watching the stanley cup playoffs presented by geico. coming up next on nbc, except on the west coast, it's your local news followed by back-to-back episodes of "little big shots." an all-new episode of "the
church member who pulled the trigger. >> good evening. i'm denise nakano. what led to the violence and whether charges will be fileda, genst the gunman. the shooting happened during services at keystone fellowship church in north wales montgomery county. nbc 10's lauren mig has been gathering information. you spoke to a woman who was inside the church at the time of the shooting. >> reporter: that's right, denise. she tells me this is a non-denominational church and everyone is welcome and they were worshipping inside here when it happened. >> inside the keystone fellowship church in north wales, was there music laying. >> it was like champagne bottles. >> she and others got on the ground. everybody was trying to make themselves as small as possible. you could hear some screaming and crying, but it was pretty silent.
>> montgomery township, active shooter. >> reporter: inside police found 27-year-old robert braxton shot in the chest. investigators are piecing together what happened. montgomery county's district attorney says a disturbances escalated to an altercation. >> the individual involved in the shooting is cooperating with police at this point. joel summers wasn't inside when it happened and it's still reeling knowing his daughter and granddaughter was there glad to be reunited. >> i can't describe it because i don't think i've ever been that afraid of anything in my life. >> his thoughts went to the church shooting in charleston. >> to hear my daughter say she was hunkered down and crawling under the seats of the church and not knowing if this person was going to come up and down the rows shooting and it's, you know, i'm glad that that didn't happen and there weren't more lives that were lost. >> police have been interviewing witnesses all day. as you can imagine there are quite a few of them and trying
to determine whether this shooting was justified. i ask tell you the d.a. tells us it does not appear that robert braxton was armed and the person who did pull the trigger was injured and taken to the hospital and released. i'm lauren wave, nbc 10 news. >> stay with nbc 10 news for the latest on this deadly church shooting. you can listen to the full dispatch on the nbc 10 app. decision 2016 coverage is down to the final two days before pennsylvania and delaware's primaries and sunday was not a day of rest for the presidential candidates. >> next, i believe is the president of the united states. >> governor tom wolf introduced democratic front-runner hillary clinton at triumph baptist church in juliana park. clinton said as president she would is pay special attention to philadelphia including the city's cash-strapped school
district. >> we need good schools for every child regardless of the zip code that child lives in. >> reporter: clinton says she also plans to address the region's heroin and opioid epidemic that she is is costing thousands of lives. senator bernie sanders continued to make his push for pennsylvania. sanders who is in harrisburg today is scheduled to hold a rally tomorrow night at drexel university's athletic center. this morning sanders was on "meet the press" where he says he still sees a path to victory. >> the fact that we have shown that there is massive dissatisfaction in this country with the status quo, that people want to think bigger. >> sanders also talked about what unites hillary clinton and himself is the, quote, understanding that trump would be a disaster as president. with just two days until the pennsylvania primary, donald trump and hillary clinton have commanding leads in the polls. according to the new nbc news wall street journal marist poll,
both candidates have double digit leads among likely pennsylvania voters. trump with an 18% point lead over ted cruz and john kasich. as for the democrats, clinton holds a 15% edge over senator bernie sanders. tomorrow four presidential candidates will be back in our area. clinton will stump in wilmington and philadelphia. sanders and john kasich will also be in philly and donald trump will hold a rally in westchest westchester. >> as we mentioned, pennsylvania and delaware voters also head to the polls tuesday. new jersey's primary's june 7th. we'll be tracking the candidates' visits to the area with the nbc 10 app. plus you can see the delegate count ask check the dates for the upcoming caucuses and primaries. and the washington capitals will move on to the second round! >> the quest for the cup is over.
today the flyers comeback came to an end and they fell to the capitals in the first round of the playoffs and the loss put an end to the flyers' stanley cup dream and their season. comcast sport ois net joins us with more on today's loss including with the captain. a tough loss today. >> just a few miscues that led to the flyers' defeat. over the three-game span. it was a second-period tally that they couldn't stop with the 1-0 loss and the orange and black couldn't win it for mr. schneider. alexander ovechkin to marcus johansson over nicholas back strom. flyers force fed a goose egg 1-0 losing the series 4-no and there is a silver lining. >> the last two months of the year and i would have the points off and really start playing.
playing the way we wanted to and it was a process. the last two months we gave it everything we had and it would be out here right now. >> magical run when you put it all together. we'll have much more reaction later in the show, but for now i'm danny pommels, com cart sportsnet. >> fans we spoke to are proud of the team's accomplishments this season. >> weir going to get better and we fought hard and played well. we're all happy here today for the most part. we'll be back. it's a tough game and it was fun to watch. >> washington advances to the second round to take on the pittsburgh penguins. turning now to our weather and what a wonderful way to wrap up the weekend. we found these girls riding their matching bikes out in
marconi park in south philadelphia. >> let's check the forecast where you live with the neighborhood forecast and chief meteorologist glenn "hurricane" schwartz is here with the details. what a gorgeous day. >> yeah, denise. we have a nice one tomorrow as well and it was a whole lot better today than it was on saturday. 68 degrees and lots of sunshine in philadelphia and 60s across the entire area and places are going to be getting down into the 40s overnight tonight. as you can see, philadelphia down into the mid-40s and redding down closer to 40, maybe even into the upper 30s. wilmington into the 40s, as well and so as we go through the night tonight. the temperature is going to drop fairly quickly with the clear skies and relatively light wind and very low humidity right now. the suburbs down to 44 degrees by 6:00 a.m. and the lehigh valley into the mid-40s at 6:00 a.m., as well and not much wind
during the day tomorrow and it will be warmer than it was during the day and as you can see once again, temperatures dropping into the 50s by 10:00 tonight even in south jersey. we do have some showers and thornl thunderstorms on the way and it does look like it will be affecting election day and we'll have the full forecast in just a few minutes. up next at 6:00, abducted and assaulted and nbc 10 has learned new details about a woman kidnapped yesterday and her connection to the suspect in the case. >> and shot outside a senior prom. tonight, two teens are recovering, why school officials say things could have been much worse.
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philadelphia. police have identified the suspect. police say the man pointed a gun at the victim and forced her into a car near 49th and lancaster avenue around 4:00 yesterday morning. nearly 12 hours later she was able to escape a black four-door car with a garbage bag over a rear window. police took her to temple university hospital where she was treated and released late last night. police say the victim knew the suspect who was still on the loose. >> philadelphia police are looking for the person who shot and killed a 17-year-old boy in feltonville overnight. it happened after 3:00 this morning outside the cafe lounge in feltonville. police say the victim had an argument with another group of kids before that shooting broke out. still ahead, back to school, why pennsylvania's new medical marijuana law had people in our area returning to the classroom today. glenn? >> now we're in for warmer weather tomorrow and then wet weather is on the way.
i'll let you know when the rain's going to move in
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18-year-old jacob wagner opened fire on two teens as they left the prom last night. school officials believe wagner planned to go into the dance and shoot his high-powered rifle at random. police shot and killed him before he had a chance. administrators are saying quick thinking prevented a disaster and both victims are expected to be okay. budding entrepreneurs interested in opening a medical marijuana dispensary learned the tricks of the trade today. the cannabis career institute held a workship today at the navy yesterday. students who attended took specific classes about the growing industry from legal
requirements to basic road techniques. >> if you want to open a dispensary you'll need a carpenter, an electrician to do the wiring and a security specialist to handle security issues. this does involve more than people think and it provides employment across the board. governor tom wolf signed medical marijuana into law a week ago. >> thousands came out to march for babies today at the philadelphia museum of art. the event is part of the march of dimes effort to raise money for babies in philadelphia. the group's focus is on preventing premature infant deaths. organizers expect -- >> now your nbc 10 first alert weather with chief meteorologist glenn "hurricane" schwartz. . >> just a spectacular-looking day today after all of that rain we saw especially to the shore and south jersey delaware yesterday. sunshine everywhere and some
great weather coming tonight. we're going to be seeing temperatures drop though fairly quickly into the mid-50s. this is lehigh valley and eastonand seeing high, thin clouds in the morning and that is the only issue. as we look into the neighborhoods and it is generally in the 60s and a little cooler and significantly cooler at the jersey shore as it's been in the 50s and in philadelphia itself we're seeing temperatures generally between 66 and 69 degrees and 68 at the airport and 67 degrees in chestnut hill and with his neighborhood weather we can pinpoint the slightest differentes that we're going to be seeing as we go through the spring and into the summer and some amazing differences in the wintertime. it's been 70 degrees both days into the weekend officially. 76 degrees tomorrow and 82 degrees on tuesday, election
day. however, it's not exactly going to be bright and sunny on election day. here comes this area of rain. it's pretty far away right now, but it is going to be affecting at least parts of the area by election day. some showers and thunderstorms and we're dry during the day on monday and there's no doubt about that and we are dry on monday night, as well and then watch the showers come down as we go into tuesday. not much in the way of showers tuesday morning. the best chance of the showers or even thunderstorms comes in the afternoon and there's 11:00 a.m. and we have a couple of showers around and a little bit more as you can see developing in the afternoon and then it moves through tuesday night and we're setting up for a fairly wet weather pattern as we go toward the end of the week. it's going to be dry tomorrow in all of the neighborhoods, just
about everywhere is into the mid-07s and the lehigh valley, 77 degrees in redding and that's a pretty mild day for this time of the year and a little cooler at the shore and 62 degrees in atlantic city and 68 degrees in avalon. as we go through the rest of the ten days, election day is kind of warm, but it's also with showers and thunderstorms expected and then look how cool it gets later in the week. 58 degrees on thursday with rain likely and showers on friday and then next weekend, only in the 60s with at least a chance of showers and even into next week. so, yeah, we needed rain and we'll get plenty of it over the next ten days. danny pommellss coming up in sport, we have reaction for a tough afternoon with the orange and black that kept young and old on the edges of their seats.