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and back down this goes near mrazek and cut off by green. an errant pass, but is sheahan able to get away with it and that held by gustav son. he's been strong. the kneeling block just high 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,
>> 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
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
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 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
>> 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
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 3 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
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
>> 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. line. good eye, eddie. >> around it goes now and m radek and still the battle on to
along and down and wide and so it becomes an icing with 1:07 to bruins. >> that's coming over and i just talk 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
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 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
[ 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
coming up next on news channel 8 at 6:00 stopping hit and runs, we'll show you how the florida highway patrol is planning to cut down on this deadly trend. >> plus a bay area man is recovering after being shot at a college party in daytona beach. >> and it's the day of love. we will show you why valentine's day is also a big day for big bucks. news channel 8 at 6:00 is
right now on news channel 8 at 6:00. >> good evening, everyone. i'm rod carter. >> and i'm melanie michael. thanks for joining us. hit and run crashes have of florida. >> just last year alone there were 92,000 such crashes across the state of florida, 19,000 people injured, countless others killed. news channel 8's chip osowski joining us live from clearwater where two people died in a hit and run there and the florida highway patrol is trying to take some action against this. right, rod. the accident here in clearwater helped right down that the intersection down there. the fhp is kicking off a hit and run awareness campaign this week hoping to educate drivers hoping they learn leaving the scene of an accident only makes
>> charles, are you answering any questions tonight, nothing? >> reporter: the case in clearwater involved chaz winsenry. surveillance video captured his mercedes moments after the lives it claimed two tourists. the most recent bay area fatality claimed the life of a bicyclist. a sarasota red light camera captured the picture of the gray toyota corolla police believe was involved. that drive has yet to come forward. the florida highway patrol -- driver has yet to come forward. the florida highway patrol is hoping appear education campaign can reduce the number -- an education campaign can reduce the number of accidents. >> a lot of heavy duty consequences for hit and run drivers. >> like you said, accidents happen, but you ran. you left. you literally left him there to die.
strongest words come from those the victims leave behind. takes benson lost her old child and best friend after a tragic hit and run crash two years ago. the driver involved in that crash turned himself into authorities and was later sentenced to 13 years behind bars. she believes that sentence is light considering he sentenced her to life without her son. >> you could have stayed there to call 911. you could have stayed there to help his friends who were young kids in a complete panic, total chaos. there's always something you can do. just if it's just to be there. >> reporter: the fhp also wants to remind drivers they can report any information regarding hit and run crashes to crime stoppers and remain anonymous. the highway patrol will be holding news conferences on hit and run awareness across the state. those news conferences are scheduled to take place at 10:30. rod. >> all right. chip osowski reporting live in clearwater. thank you very much.
caster is in havana with adele indication of u.s. congressional representatives -- a delegation of u.s. congressional representatives to talk about trade opportunities and see what impact political change is having on the island nation. news channel 8 jeff patterson is the only bay area reporter there to cover the visit and tonight jeff joins us to show us how some hard working cubans are already profiting from an increase in american visitors. >> reporter: there are more than 200 professions in cuba where the government licenses people to participate in a free and open economy, but there are some professions where enterprising cubans are making money off tourists under the table. in a small room in the back of his home this man allowed us to record the time honored way he supports his family. he tells me he makes 100 cigars a day and sells them all to tourists. this is not one of the licensed professions allowed by the
get his tobacco from outside of havana to earn his living. >> hello, united states. hey, united states, hello! >> reporter: the cuban people are happy to see an increasing city. we found a group of men from michigan who had just participated in a miami to havana sailboat race. tell me what your impressions are just walking around the city for two days. >> well, you know, it's difficult to tell. obviously seems thing run down quite a bit and lack of maintenance, but the people are extraordinarily nice. they seem to like us. >> reporter: like other americans we met, they're fascinated by the cars, the culture and the architecture of old havana. >> seems like a snapshot from my dad's like time growing up, you know. it's like time just stopped here with the old cars, the old buildings, laundry hanging from the buildings. >> reporter: congresswoman kathy caster and her u.s. congressional delegation are here now to see what impact the
average cuban and what impact last year. >> many in my delegation would like to lift the embargo. some of the members of congress are here to learn to see if that's the appropriate policy choice for america. >> reporter: six congressional delegates here to find out more about the goings on in havana, cuba, and we'll be here all doing. jeff patterson, news channel 8. >> an exciting week ahead. thank you. by the way, 8 on your side is the only television station bringing you reports from cuba on this trip. you can watch more of jeff's stories from cuba this week including tonight at 11:00. two teens are behind bars in hillsborough county tonight accused in three armed robberies. 18-year-old nicholas gilliam with a juvenile ambushed three separate people as they were getting out of their cars late last night. 1 man was shot, the others pistol whipped in the face. a polk county man is dead tonight and another is
crash late last night in mulberry. the car jumped a curb, spun around and hit two palm dreams cutting those trees in -- trees cutting those trees in half. the car landed on its roof. the driver was wearing a seatbelt and survived. his passenger 21-year-old john pierce was not wearing a seatbelt and died. now to a tragedy in palm beach. >> this was a terrible tragedy for students attending a party this weekend, one dead, two others injured including jamal williams who was shot in the back. 23-year-old lamont postell is locked up accused of shooting all three. last night students at bethune- cookman university held a vigil to honor their classmate who passed away. don'kevious johnson was shot in the held, a linebacker on the football team.
football team. friends say he was involved in this and was a good friend. >> good character, very good character, always is making cracking jokes, good guy and it's sad that -- always is cracking jokes, good guy and it's sad that it happened like that. >> a woman was shot in the head as she turned away to run and she is in critical condition tonight. the man from manatee county is in stable condition and was able to call his parents after the shooting who rushed to see him from their palmetto home. tampa international airport will hold a ribbon cutting ceremony tomorrow for its new concession area, the first portion of tia's master expansion project to enable the airport to add multiple shops and restaurants. tuesday we'll get a look at improvements to siesta beach. for months crews have been working to renovate the historic pavilion and siesta sun deck and family picnic areas.
these buildings will be demolished in the florida keys this week to make room for a new research facility to allow the lab to expand programs aimed at restoring the damaged coral reefs. you have only two more days to register to vote for florida's primarily. you must register by tuesday because it's a closed primary election which meals you have to be registered either -- means you have to be registered either as republican or democrat to cast your vote. the primary is march 15th. all the information is on our website at www.wfla.com. coming up why members of a church believe welcoming refugees is the right thing to do. >> plus it is officially the day of love. you've seen a few roses around today. rod, i'm waiting for mine still. >> you didn't get them? >> they're a little late. still ahead we'll show you how
we hope you've had a great valentine's day and on this day of love a church in clearwater wanted it know that it has a big heart for refugees. the unitarian universalist of clearwater hung a church outside their church today that read our community welcomes refugees. the head of the church's social justice council tells us this idea for the banner came after hearing that florida planned to bar refugees from entering the state. >> and we were so upset by this plan that in a way you can say
we were determined we wanted to do something. so we talked about it during our meeting and decided to put a banner on the wall and the badger says this community welcomes refugees. >> by the way, the banner hanging does coincide with the church's 30 days of love campaign which ends officially today. the state sanctioned hunt for invasive burmese pythons ends in about 30 minutes. as of friday 132 pythons have been caught since the hunt began. the final tally will be announced february 27th. all snakes were turned over to researchers. >> by the way, i've been on that hunt before. >> how did you like that? >> it's something, pretty exciting and scary at the same time. >> i'll let you take care of that. if you haven't made dinner reservations for tonight, odds are you may be out of luck. pizza is not so bad, right? >> make yourself a grilled cheese sandwich.
love is in the air this valentine's day as couples take time to prepare for this day with their special someone. >> it also means big business for shops and restaurants, too. news channel 8's mary mcguire explains the economics of love. >> reporter: whether you have a sweetheart or just want something sweet this valentine's day. >> heart shaped chocolates,