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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 ricoched
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
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
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 alrdy
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
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
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
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
i'm darcy spencer live in chinatown where today's bitter cold did not stop people from coming out for the annual parade. new details tonight on what happened in the hours before justice antonin scalia's death. and a man convicted of stealing more than $50 million is found shot to death in prince george's county. news4 at 6:00 starts now. after an arctic blast, wither now getting ready for more winter weather. our live team coverage begins with storm team4 meteorologist amelia segal who is tracking snow. amelia? >> yeah, erika. here is the latest on storm team4 radar. seeing snow trying to push into the panhandle of west virginia. it will move in during the later evening hours. you can see it
radar. i will be posted arrival times on my facebook and twitter pages. 10:00 p.m. you can see the snow impacting petersburg. it will also be in parts of winchester and luray. notice how the track is towards the east. by 11:00 it's in fauquier. it continues to push into the d.c. metro area. everybody is seeing snow at 2:00 p.m. the snow continues tomorrow on into the midday hours. so the roads will be snow covered tomorrow morning. as soon as the snow falls it will stick because of how cold the air is. by the afternoon we're tracking a wintry mix. at that point snow and ice covered roads. best idea to avoid travel tomorrow. tuesday morning still tracking the potential for icy spots on bridges and overpasses. i will have more on a winter storm warning and winter weather advisory and what that means for your neighborhood in my full forecast. our team coverage on this bitter
news4's dars cy spencer is liven northwest with more on how to stay safe tonight. >> reporter: i was really surprised at the number of people out here in chinatown enjoying the afternoon despite this bitter cold. let's show you some video of that annual chinese new year parade. quite incredible the number of people who are coming out for this despite this bitter cold. people telling us they were bundling up, they wouldn't miss it just because it was cold out. you'll hear from a guy who attended the parade today, also you're going to hear from a doctor. we spoke to him with the snow and the ice in the forecast. he said you need to look out for black ice. >> the parade, you know, the dancing, everything pretty good, yes. that, you know, help also to get the cold out and enjoy the day. >> very easy to slip on black
implies. as simple as getting out of your car, if you don't plant your feet firmly on the ground, you slip and fall. >> reporter: and that's great advice, to keep your feet firmly on the ground and looking out for that black ice. the best advice he gave us was if you don't have to go out with tomorrow being the holiday, stay at home if you can. if you're going out make sure you have yourself protected can your hat, gloves, and scarf. >> thank you so much, darcy spencer live in chinatown. now to the developing story on the death of supreme court justice antonin scalia. the judge's body is now at an el paso funeral home. it was flown there earlier today from the ranch where he died yesterday. today the owner of the ranch says that there was no indication that the justice was having any issues. he arrived friday, took part in some activities and went to bed. when he didn't come down for breakfast, people went to check on
>> the judge, when i found him on saturday morning, was in complete repose. he was very peaceful in his -- in the bed. he had obviously passed away with no difficulty at all in the middle of the night. >> scalia's body is expected to be flown back to virginia on tuesday. meanwhile, scalia's death has already sparked debate on when the court vacancy will be filled. as nbc's jennifer johnson reports, the president, the people who want to be president, and congress are all weighing in. >> reporter: hours after justin scal scalia's death, president obama made his intentions clear. >> i plan to fulfill my constitutional responsibilities to nominate a successor. >> reporter: but senate republicans, including the two gunning for the white house, say any nominee from a lame duck president will fail. >> the president can come nate 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. oam
court. >> we will see unlimited abortion on demand throughout this country, partial birth abortion, taxpayer funding, no parental notification. >> reporter: the justice's conservative views often influenced the balance of the court in many 5-4 decisions. >> i'd like to have the person tailored to be just like justice scalia. >> reporter: democrats said senate republicans need to act responsibly and vote on a nominee. >> barack 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 they believe that the constitution does not allow a democratic president to bring forth a nominee to replace justice scalia. >> reporter: democrats are also concerned the high court could be paralyzed with just eight members. with well over 30 days
office, president obama says he has plenty of time to nominate scalia's successor and the senate has plenty of time to do its job and approve a new justice. jennifer johnson, nbc news, washington. flags at the white house are flying at half-staff in honor of justice scalia. on our app we have a look at his life and accomplishments through a number of photographs. just search scalia. a virginia man who admitted to stealing $53 million from banks to fund his lavish lifestyle has been found murdered. police found his body yesterday inside a pickup truck. he had been shot. he lives in leesburg. his family reported him missing three days ago. back in 2010 he admitted to using phony life insurance policies to get millions of dollars in bank loans. police are looking for a motive and suspects in his murder. all right. take a look at the aftermath of a scary car crash in potomac
piece of twisted steel after it crashed. montgomery county fire says two people were seriously injured. firefighters rushed to free at least one of those individuals and were told that a helicopter was called in to take them to the hospital. a sea of the faithful gather outside mexico city for pope francis. the pontiff's message up next. and you know how much you spent on valentine's day, but what about people across the country? find out how far americans are willing to go for that special someone. (elephant sound) there's a big difference between making noise,
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hundreds of thousands gathered just outside mexico city to hear pope francis celebrate mass today. the pontiff urged mexicans to shun the devil and resist the temptations of wealth and corruption. pope francis also visited a pediatric hospital today. the washington convention center turned into a volleyball mecca today. more than 11,000 girls are taking part in the tenth annual capitol hill volleyball classic. the event any tofeatured 120 co sprawled out in the exhibit hall as well as the ballroom. i hope you're having a wonderful valentine's day. this year americans are laning to spoil their sweeties with flowers, jewelry, or a night out. that according to the national retail federation valentine's day spending survey. we caught up with some folks today buying flowers and some gifts at the safeway in georgetown. americans will spend nearly
on their valentine, slightly higher than last year. all right. take a look at what we are expecting for tomorrow, and amelia says this system will still impact us on tuesday. we've got her forecast coming up next. and we're working for you to help good samaritans connect with a family that lost everything it had during a massive fire you saw play out live right here on news4.
ice clearly seen on the potomac. d.c. has directed a full deployment of its snow team starting tonight. winter storm warnings and advisories are in effect for many areas in our region. amelia's full forecast just two minutes away, and chief meteorologist doug kammerer will join her tonight at 11:00. a family that lost everything in this massive fire in adelphi is getting help from strangers. as derrick ward reports, a viewer watched our coverage of the devastating fire and felt compelled to help. >> reporter: there was the horror in the 911 calls reporting this fire in adelphi. >> the fire is coming out of the door. and something just exploded. >> reporter: there were the rescues from the top floors and on the ground there were heartfelt reunions. three firefighters and two residents were injured. 100 people were displaced, and isadar and his family were among them. >> we lost everythin
fire. >> reporter: there was help from the red cross and neighbors. they moved into a new apartment in siller spring but a stranger took it upon herself to do even more. >> we met and i said let me help you. you have to tell me what you need. >> reporter: brarbara francis sw news4's coverage of the fire and an interview. >> i thought to myself. this is america. there's some place to live. >> reporter: with no other connection, she listed others in her community and friends from her peace corps days. in short order donations were pouring in, school supplies, clothing. the family needed everything. >> outpouring, outpouring. >> we are really, really grateful to her, and there's so many people that come to us and help us. >> reporter: it's still a struggling for the family but they can rebuild their lives with a foundation. >> and we really
world, we give back and we help each other in need. >> she just came just like an angel god sent her to us. >> reporter: derrick ward, news4. joo the goal is to help the family pay rent for a year while they try to get back on the feet. open the nbc washington app for ways to help. just search working for you in quotations. moving now to the weather. so we've got warnings, we've got advisories in effect for much of the region. so where is the greatest impact, amelia? >> if you're under a winter storm warning this is where you will see more snow and potentially more ice. you can see the winter storm warning will be for counties back to the west. frederick, loudoun, northern fauquier counties in the bright pink. this winter storm warning will start tonight very late and run through early tuesday morning. winter weather advisory in effect for the entire d.c. and baltimore metro areas. this also begins late tonight and runs through tuesday morning. again, more serious isth