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we're settlers, son. we settle for things. like having cable instead of directv. hey, jebediah, how's it going? working the land. hoping for a fertile spring. all right. so we have to live with lower customer satisfaction? i'm afraid so. now go churn us some butter, boy, and then make your own clothes. yes, sir. (vo) don't be a settler. get a $100 reward card when you switch to directv. >> doc: the proud old jersey from the 1967-68 team that norris star jerseys, making a save. piled on him as the blackhawks always liked to do. they would harass the goalie. jeremy roenick, a high point getter. a physical player. even in an alumni game. a smile on his face, no mouth guard. still not worried.
somewhere. >> hey, doc, it was a great day yesterday. i didn't wear a mouthpiece when i played so i wouldn't we are juan last night. i remembered having the 20 on 20 brawl in warm-ups before we even started. i scored my first goal against that team. so that jersey just love that jersey. last night was great. mike what danault still looks like he can play. what a night. chelios. this crowd was off the charts. this place was full for us old guys. a little slower and heavier, but it was a blast nonetheless. >> doc: it was loud in here as it was in the early stages of this game today. minnesota well in control by a score of 5-0 as we have gone past the ten minute mark of the third period. >> eddie: a lot of -- it was a little rough. that's what happens when you get old and slow.
relate. >> doc: one guy played in one of those, said it's unwise to let the big bodies slow down too fast. kind of have to do it gradually. it is lobbed ofu and controlled back out again. >> eddie: this is great. i played here for a long time. the north star/blackhawks rivalry one of the more underrated ones. pierre mentioned there were some brouhahas almost every night. >> eddie: net bloomington or the old chicago stadium. >> doc: it was basil mccray who did not last the warm-up. he was ejected before the game started. so he was interviewed on television and they asked him will be boys. direct quote. meanwhile, to the outside
kane. kane working to the outside again. turn around shot. that is geared away by dubnyk. >> eddie: good idea by kane to fire off the net. >> doc: score! a ricochet back around. that comes from patrick kane. kane. second in the league. >> eddie: kane starts the whole simple play. from our weather tech robo cam. kane fires it. circles the wagon. quick shot, kane on the right part of your screen. he finds the back of the net. >> pierre: not fancy. just hard. there is no room there. >> eddie: i thought he banked that in off of devan dubnyk. no room there.
of the buffalo, new york, native. leading scorer in the entire national hockey league. it started with a simple play by kane to fire that puck to the net. there's a second chance opportunity from nasty angle. >> doc: so the blackhawks have at least dented the scoreboard. darling flexes out the glove and grabs. van riemsdyk and toews get the assist on kane's 35th. he has 84 points. his career high is 88. mathematicians will tell you he's only four away from that. but we are a quarter of the season still to go. and that's why what crawford has fashioned this year with 32 wins is so impressive. high and lots of games down the stretch for him. >> eddie: interesting to see how they both react to the trade
a week from tomorrow. >> doc: what do you think would be on bowman's wish list in chicago? >> eddie: i don't think you can have enough depth on the defense, not knowing the salary cap they have, for me, doc. one or the other, a top tier defenseman with 20 other teams to look for. i would be looking more as a forward to play with the injured marian hossa and jonathan toews and slot in shaw. he's so versatile that way. but for me, you need depth up front. as you know, you have that line of panarin and kane. and anisimov. look, if kane and anisimov, panarin had the hat trick the other night, that line kind of slowed down a bit. it will be interesting to see how quenneville manages the minutes of those guys moving forward. for me i'd be looking at a top six forward if i could.
situation with marian hossa? you're down four goals, he's going to pull scott darling to the right of dubnyk. i don't expect that to be longer than that when quenneville addressed the media. they need a guy like hossa because the world class player he is, both offensively and defensively get him in the lineup. >> doc: after it to make this game credible here. six attackers. shaw trickled one in front. dubnyk is able to come up with that. a skirmish after the whistle. all the defensemen have come in below the dot. i'm not sure if that will be assessed as a face-off outside or not. >> eddie: the referees were
in the pile, because the face-off won offside. shaw to the jaw of panarin, and he doesn't like that. team toughness this is what you want. somebody is getting a shot in on one of your star players. you need somebody to come to the aid of the teammate even though you're having a rough afternoon/early evening. you have to stick together and both sides doing that just that. because carter took exception to panarin giving a little bit of the business to his goaltender. >> pierre: rough pack mentality that's what you have to have. especially if you don't have a designated enforcer. relying on the skill and roughness and speed. >> doc: five attackers for the blackhawks to try to shorten this wild lead. a save made by dubnyk. >> eddie: a real good stop there for dubnyk.
moved out at the last second. look at thais in front of the net. there's brent seabrook. he didn't move at all. an outstanding save by devan dubnyk. not only have to worry about the puck, but the back side off that blistering side by dubnyk. >> doc: seabrook on across again. seabrook will have to recoil at center ice. >> eddie: whenever coyle has to recoil for a puck, how would you do that? i'm just curious. >> doc: don't handcuff me here.
taken down, it will be a goal. >> eddie: well, we talked about the inability of blackhawks to manage the puck through the middle of the ice. patrick kane not able to get that puck in. haula off to the races and patrick kane takes him down. you see the official pointing to the net automatically. empty netter. >> pierre: another one of the minnesota tie-ins, born and raised in finland. haula. >> doc: automatic goal and that the net is empty and the foul is ruled from behind. so parise gives it across, darling is back in the cage. zach parise brought it ahead. half a dozen goals for the wild.
dumba tried to play it ahead. protecting pretty well and being a pass to danault that time was hinostroza. and quite a week for usa hockey. lots of things going on. wear your jersey day was friday. a lot of people did that. including the school. led back across. folin a shot. that stunned van riemsdyk he is trying gallantly to stay on the play. comes back again for a shot. and he is in bad shape. he's going to try to get to the bench. we're a little preoccupied with him and his health and he gets there finally. seabrook controls the puck.
by teravainen and it can be handled defensively. in the last 4:40, rasmussen able to bring it ahead. scrappy play by carter. twisted back along now for the hold and the flip back in for desjardins. granlund ran by a couple. folin moves to the front of the net to protect as this comes on across. it comes across to keith that one is deflected away. comes back along now for desjardins. up against the boards by mike reilly. jammed back by desjardins, held by keith. delays and fires and another kneeling save made by dubnyk. that one is directed away. >> eddie: a great shot from andrew desjardins and dubnyk with the good luck pad save.
hjalmarsson. back to keith again. a strong game by dubnyk. hjalmarsson had that one blocked right down and carried back up again. and laid back in by carter and he comes to the bench for a change. >> pierre: a strong game, carter, outstanding game. >> doc: boy, a solid day for the wild. he would be one of my three stars today. >> pierre: agreed. >> doc: angled back for seabrook. he must go back to center. blackhawks with some time off now. they will not play until thursday when they'll host nashville. then they will go to washington sunday and a week from wednesday at joe louis arena in detroit. our wednesday night rivalry game. eddie and i will buy the ice cream. >> pierre: sounds good. >> doc: played to the outside. another save made by dubnyk. >> eddie: good chance there. kane to seabrook.
jumping into the high slot. >> doc: the last 2:40 of the tilt here, niederreiter holds it up along the board. >> eddie: we talked on the blackhawks, what do you think for the wild to create -- >> pierre: tell you in a second. i think the biggest -- they get the top six forward i know they have had discussions with tampa bay about the tampa bay player he's not reported to the american hockey league. >> doc: sent by koivu. ricochetted in front. >> pierre: i don't think they're the only team in the league that had discussions. >> eddie: more of a distributor than a finisher. >> pierre: ask two young players in the nhl who thrive playing with jonathan drouin in the league. >> doc: they'll go to
washington on friday. >> pierre: couple minnesota guys coming back, and they're talking about those names. two real good players obviously for the islanders. they have had a lot of success. >> doc: halt of play on the hand pass with 1:30 to go. well, what about those gophers, thomas vanek, a goal. two shots. haula, a goal, two assists. mike reilly an assist and he's played 12:54 thus far. out of 58-30 of playing time. but more importantly, the wild who did not have a home victory in calendar year 2016, they have one today. even more importantly they will pull to within one point of the last wild card and here is a chance for coyle.
off was darling and another shot is blocked down. scramble for it there. lifted along by sea brook and carried ahead by desjardins. shaken back in. the announcement, 59 minutes played. the second to the last big cheer of the night barring a further score by the home team. that will salute them at the end. it is hjalmarsson drifting. firing it on across. danault up with it there and then hjalmarsson. looked like he wanted the one timer. that one blocked by coyle. settled down and played along by reilly. and back down and no icing. all over but the shouting.
dubnyk hangs on. he may want to keep that goalie mask going for future games but he was pretty strong leading into this. so maybe there's no superstition there. >> eddie: well, if you can get support like the wild have given devan dubnyk in the last couple of games, four straight games under john torchetti the interim head coach for the minnesota wild, you can get five goals -- five goals plus in four straight games, you mentioned a team record. it will take a lot of pressure off your goaltender. >> pierre: if he's watching in the minnesota wild dressing room a lot of teammates are thinking about you, jason zucker. >> doc: and that's popped up by haula. rasmussen one more play.
will keep the clouds locked in with a chance for patchy drizzle. highs in the upper 40s. monday night: cloudy with a few showers mainly late. lows in the mid to upper 30s. wsls 10 at 6 starts now. jeff getting / prosecuting attorney / kalamazoo county - "they weren't targeted for any other reason other than they were there to be a target." now at six ... a random drive by shooting leaves six people dead ... what we now know about the man behind the attack and the latest on the investigation. plus.... boosting the economy ... how one organization hopes to build business and attract entrepreneurs to pulaski. and... raising awareness .... how a
disability to shine light on others in the commonwealth. good evening, and thanks for joining us for wsls 10 at six. i'm brie jackson. our top story tonight ... authorities in kalamazoo michigan say one man went on a shooting rampage at three different locations. six people were killed and two others hurt. nbc's daniel scheneman reports that investigators believe the shootings were random. the first shots were fired just before six o'clock saturday night in the parking lot of an apartment complex.......the gunman shot a mother who was with her three children......she' s in serious condition. about four hours later and 15 miles away...shots were fired at a car dealership....18- year old tyler smith and his father killed. undersheriff paul matyas/kalamaz oo county : "looks like we have somebody just driving around, finding people and shooting them dddddd15 minutes later more shots...this time at a popular restaurant. broadcastify sot "priority 2.5181 south 9th street, 5181 south 9th street at the cracker barrel. we
five more victims......four more dead...a 14 year old girl reported to be killed survived....rush ed into surgery after she squeezed her mother's hand....she's in critical condition. in all...the shooter had eight victims...six were killed. about seven hours after the first shots were fired police arrested 45 year old jason dalton without incicdent...auth orities found a gun and other evidence inside his car. dalton is an uber driver who authorities say has ties to the community..... his neighbors say he was a normal, working, family guy.... gary pardo/neighbor "would have never suspected anything like that." what connects the alleged gunman, the locations and the victims?...police say nothing. jeff getting/kalamaz oo county prosecutor: "the randomness of this is hard to deal with and that's one of the most frightening things about it." authorities have searched dalton's home as they try to find out why one man may have taken so many lives. dan scheneman nbc news. a 65 year old man faces charges in connection to a deadly hit and run.
12:30 saturday afternoon. john spence is charged with felony hit and run. according to police ... spence struck and killed 55 year old christopher griffin while griffin was crossing an intersection. spence did not stop and left the scene. police say spence is expected to face other charges. this incident remains under investigation. a proposed law could keep police officers names...a secret from the public. virginia lawmakers are considering a bill that's raising a lot of controversy. the intent is to protect police officers. open records advocates say the names are an important tool in watching whether police departments are hiring problem officers with taxpayer money. on the other hand ... supporters say handing over the lists of names would put officers in danger. the bill would exempt the names and training records of law enforcement officials from freedom of information act requests. senator mark warner is jumping on the presidential campaign trail. warner visited churches in northern virginia today to campaign
clinton. the senator discussed clinton's plans to tear down barriers holding back neglected communities. this comes after clinton received a key endorsement from members of the state's legislative black caucus last week. republican presidential candidate john kasich is stopping by the commonwealth. he will hold a town hall in fairfax monday. following his stop at george mason university he'll head to charlottesville ... where he'll host an event at the miller center. kasich will end the day at virginia commonwealth university for a town hall. the general assembly is set to unveil its proposed 100- billion dollar --- two-year state spendin. gplawmakers in both the house and senate will release their budgets today ... which are expected to have significant changes from governor terry mcauliffe's budget. republican lawmakers have said they won't include any budget items related to expanding medicaid. they also say they plan to spend more money on k- through-12 education and give state employees larger raises.
it's downtown. volunteers from the "beans and rice" organization are planning a business competition to help entrepreneurs. wsls ten's duke carter joins us in studio. duke what makes this competition unique? it's called "launch something pulaski." the idea behind it is to get those who want to start up a business a chance to not only survive but thrive. which other business owners say could help bring in extra foot traffic in town of pulaski. "that would be very good for other business owners here," "standout out fashions" a boutique in downtown pulaski. she says it would be great idea to see more businesses in the town. lotoshia newman/standou t fashions owner "right now we don't have enough businesses to generate people's interest to come on main street," newman has been in pulaski for three years and says you don't have travel far to see empty buildings. newman be ideal," nats of launch something video which is why orgniazers from the beans and rice
"launch something pulaski" competition. in short -- people who participate have to come up with a business plan and the three winners get seed money to start a business. eric bucey/beans and rice chair "i'd like to look back at where's pulaski has been and not try to get back to that, to not repeat the same mistakes, in the past we've let certain gems fall down the worse thing we can do is let downtown fall apart without doing anything," we spoke with the town's economic development director. he feels having this competition could broaden the workforce in the town. john white/pulaski economic development director "pulaski has been through several economic periods, heavy industry, consumer industry and now the question is what next? what next is i think is the development of small business," development of small businesses which could attract other companies to the area. that could help improve the economy -- and help pulaski grow in other areas like better internet. white "putting together a computer network where we offer broadband to businesses and target certain businesses we want to come
owners want to see developed. newman "a nice sit down restaurant would be ok bookstore, free wifi, other shops, i need some competitors," organizers say so far about 20 people have signed up to participate in the challenge. the prizes are funded by grants from the the virginia department of housing's community business launch program. in studio duke carter wsls ten looking ahead to events happening this week ... lynchburg's annual state of the city will take place monday night. mayor michael gillete and the city's vice mayor will deliver the address. the duo will recognize seven citizens for their outstanding community service work. the event is open to the public. also monday night ... a community meeting will be held at northside high school. this comes after the school received a threat thursday. the meeting will discuss administrative changes ... social media threats and parents concern about drug testing athletes. tom
roanoke county school board will lead the meeting. parents ... students and the community are urged to attend. it starts monday night at seven. the roanoke county board of supervisors meets on tuesday items on their agenda include tourism...economi c development and the local workforce. this week, county leaders will hear about "branding" the roanoke valley region. it's part of an effort by the roanoke valley convention and visitors bureau to attract more people. supervisors will also have a work session to discuss workforce demographics and compensation. tuesday's meeting starts at 3 p.m. at the county administration center one woman in roanoke is looking to make a difference in her community. she wants to give to those who put their lives on the line. the owner of "grandin road barber shop" is giving out free haircuts to servicemen and women as well as first responders.
was open from 2 unitl 5 p-m today. miss wheelchair virginia took part in a fun day on the slopes. angela west visited wintergreen resort today. the point of her visit was to show the importance of including people with disabilities in recreational opportunities across the commonwealth. west ... as you can see here ... spent the day cruising down wintergreen's terrain. she's an ambassador for virginian's with disabilities. wintergreen adaptive sports is an organization that specializes in helping adults and children with disabilities. still ahead -- you may use traffic apps to avoid getting pulled over ... but they may do more harm than good. what to look out for ... in a wsls 10 consumer watch. "coming up on nbc nightly news
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