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>> chris: it's been a terrific series, and just giving you a little taste of what's to come. 1985 islanders trailed 2-0 to go to max. the seven-game marathon. islanders came back from 3-1. barry trotz group unable to finish off the islanders here today. performance for jaro halak. you said he would have to deliver. >> joe: and he did. it was a spectacular performance. he wasn't busy in the first 12 minutes or so of that first period. he had to have a big push at the end of the first period even though that is when washington scored their goal. then his play in the second and
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>> chris: take one more look at that final face-off and a shot at the echo of the whistle. and a warning shot. for game seven. let's go down to the rink and joe's with john tavares. >> joe: after that one, john do you have anything left? >> of course. this crowd has been tremendous and, you know we've got an opportunity and coming into today, that's all we wanted. we want to come back and play here again. certainly it's going to be a heck of a game. >> joe: what turned out to be the difference in this game? >> you know it's pretty tight. i thought we just stuck with it. we had a great start. you know it was tight through the second we had a lot of chances. puck didn't want to go in. we finally broke through and
were able to hold onto the lead. >> joe: a lot of people talked about the inability to score goals in the last three games. what changed in this one? >> still a pretty tight game. without the empty netter, we got the extra goal. we were harder to play against. we made it harder on holtby and we have to continue that. >> joe: the atmosphere here all the talk about this building do you expect to come back? >> of course. we're going there to win. we want to keep moving on and playing here. >> thanks for your time. >> joe: thank you. >> chris: they keep that hope alive. the stanley cup playoffs continue with game five between the red wings and lightning currently on nbc sn. later the predators and the blackhawks hoping to force a game seven for those watching in the washington d.c. area. capitals post game live on "comcast sportsnet." for joe micheletti i'm chris cuthbert. thank you for watching the stanley cup playoffs presented by geico.
a sudden closure of a godard school. we have drew smith who has uncovered issues at the school. >> reporter: denise it is the parents who said they loved having their kids come to the school. the closed sign is up and the owner changed the locks. patricia has been happy with the experience for eight years with her kids. she has been happy until last night. >> they gave us no notice. >> reporter: we called and went to the home with the franchise owner. parents are having the same issue. >> not only do they have our money, but we have nowhere to place our children for monday. >> reporter: matthew is traveling on monday and his wife works. they have 48 hours to find somewhere for their daughter. parents did not see signs of
trouble. we checked court documents. the franchise owner was sued last year. details include safety hazards on the playground and failure to make payments. goddard dismissed the case. court documents revealed the case. >> this guy had to know he would not be there longer. >> reporter: the spokesperson sent a statement, the goddard school and franchisees are working with the families to find child care options. >> we will survive. there are a lot of good teachers. >> reporter: teachers were crying in the parking lot and they worry about how the kids react on monday. >> she is thrown into a situation that could have been avoided. >> reporter: we got an update for the school. he says they will open a location tomorrow afternoon and in east to help the teachers and parents to figure out the situation. they will offer some refunds for
the people who prepaid tuition. i'm drew smith, nbc 10 news. you might remember a similar situation at the philadelphia charter school. walter palmer shutdown the schools over winter break and displaced 600 students. school officials told nbc 10 news they were forced to close because they owed millions. new tonight, a community in mourning. a local high school football star shot and killed. 18-year-old jameer bullard was found with a gunshot wound in camden this morning. we have randy gyllenhaal with more. >> reporter: he was at camden with woodrow wilson high school. the 18-year-old was hoping to play college ball. he got an offer from temple university. interests from other colleges. he was shot and killed in camden
overnight. camden county police say the shooting happened after midnight. a shot spotter tracking system recorded the shots and police found bullard lying on the sidewalk. he was rushed to the e.r. but died at cooper under hospital. a linebacker for woodrow wilson high school. his coach said he was an amazing@/ athlete and planning on playing his senior year of high school over at camden high. police are still looking into an investigation and no arrests have been made. the detectives are trying to work out the motive. live in camden randy gyllenhaal, nbc 10 news. two people have been charged in connection to the case and searching for another suspect. police say 86-year-old george saunders and his girlfriend were walking in west philadelphia when three girls ordered them into the van.
the girls drove them to the bank and opened a debit card in his name so they can rent a car and let them go. a third suspect seen in this picture taken from bank video. three others were arrested for operating a stolen vehicle. three people were under arrest for the beating of the homeless man at the gas station. that makes a total of six people in custody for the attack more than two weeks ago in olney. they are charged with murder and assault in the attack on robert barnes. his family says doctors don't think he will ever wake up and remain in a vegetative state. students from lehigh county are okay after the deadly earthquake in nepal. the epicenter is 50 miles from kathmandu and 50 miles east of
nepal's second largest city. four students in allentown are in nepal. the school confirms they are doing fine. the quake cut open roads and triggered one avalanche on mt. everest. this is the spring climbing season when hundreds of tourists visit nepal. the u.s. is acceptedsending a disaster response team and $1 million in aid. it may be almost may but it does not feel like it outside. looking at the stadium in wilmington. a bit cloudy. nbc 10 news first alert meteorologist britney is here with more on the forecast. >> it won't be as cold as last night with almost every city under a frost advisory. our current temperature is 57
degrees in philadelphia. mid-50s in pottstown. 51 in mt. poconos. we head to the next eight hours. grab your jacket. 54 by 8:00 p.m. 11:00 p.m. 47. for the locations highlighted in blue. lehigh valley included. we all are under a frost advisory with temperatures expecting to drop into the mid-30s. patchy frost is expected. a closer look at the lows around the area. 37 degrees in quaker town. we drop to 40 in doyle town. coming up, i'm tracking showers and warmer temperatures. and to stay on top of any changes in the forecast download the nbc 10 weather app. it is a free download. still ahead, trying to shut
down the streets of baltimore. hundreds of protesters are marching against the death of freddie gray. and thousands of people including many employees rolled up their sleeves to help make a difference in their communities. we will tell you why. spike it. >> yeah! >> and leah still beat cancer and she reached another major milestone. her first touchdown. don't miss the temple cherry and white scrimmage in sports.
justice in the death of freddie gray. he died last weekend after suffering a spinal injury in police custody april 12th. protesters marched through the streets to city hall. they snarled traffic as they chanted. the police commissioner admitted to serious mistakes including failures to provide timely medical treatment for a spinal injury. >> he was not buckled in the transportation wagon as he should have been. no excuses for that. period. we know our police employees failed to get him medical attention in a timely manner multiple times. >> the six police officers who took part in the arrest of freddie gray are suspended. five have voluntarily spoken with investigators. thousands of athletes in philadelphia for the penn relays. we will take you there. plus a show of support for our community. how nbc 10 employees chose to
remembering a local student athlete. family and friends gathered in havertown to remember ryan gillyard. the 15-year-old collapsed last saturday during a spring training practice in north philadelphia. it is unclear what caused gillyard's death. cutting the ribbon on a mural to honor the memory of a philadelphia mother and her
three children. leads leaders and family members were there for keisha williams and her three children died last july when a stolen suv slammed into the fruit stand at the corner of germantown and allegheny streets in north philadelphia. another family member, michael kevin williams died in the same lot in 2013. >> with the help of the community and city officials of philadelphia we are turning this place that holds so much pain and heart break into some that can bring joy. >> the arts program created the project with input from the family and community. digging in the dirt all for a good cause. today, thousands of comcast employees from our area and across the country gave up their saturday to help those in need. nbc 10 was in valusia for comcast cares day. >> reporter: from painting to cleaning up the youngest know
it is for good. >> yeah. >> reporter: more than 200 people gave up saturday morning to revitalize to revamp the boys and girls club with a new yard and computer lab. >> children should be top and priority of the community. this is the future. >> reporter: with comcast cares day in its 15th year some made the effort to come back every time. >> this is a lot of fun. makes you want to go home when i get home and do it at my house. i love this. >> reporter: this is just one of 750 volunteer events happening today nationwide. with 90,000 volunteers all helping and giving back. the nbc 10 team was there getting away from the anchor desk and into the field. >> being out here is just incredible. >> it feels wonderful to get in there and paint and fix the buildings. the kids benefit. >> reporter: every stroke and every scrape. one day of service to make the area just a little brighter.
>> it's good. it's good to get them out and to know that this is something good for them to do. to look forward to because we are helping them. >> this is part of who we are. we love the hometown. we love philadelphia. this is one more way to serve. >> reporter: on top of all this work out here today, $25,000 was donated by comcast to keep the renovations going long after today. in frankfort, matt delucia, nbc 10 news. >> and more hard work transformed the campus of the latino in kensington. comcast helped clean up the area as well as paint the play ground. comcast is the parent company of nbc 10. the penn relays are wrapping up at the university of pennsylvania. live look at franklin field where the last race just ended. more than 15,000 athletes from
high schools and colleges competed in the events. this is the 121st year for the penn relays. the oldest track and field meet draws thousands of spectators to watch and cheer on favorites. the countdown is on for the premiere race in philadelphia. tens of thousands of runners will compete in the blue cross broad street run. the race is sunday may 3rd at the central high school athletic field near broad and olney. it finishes in the navy yard at the end of broad street in south philadelphia. this is the 36th year for the race and nbc 10 is excited to partner with the parks and recreation to broadcast the race from a start to finish for the first time. you can watch the run live on nbc 10 and on our sister station. that is next sunday may 3rd. our live coverage begins at 8:00
a.m. hundreds of people in camden are prepared to take care of their health. camden academy charter high school hosted the health and wellness fair today. nurses and doctors and fitness trainers were there. a bounce house course was designed to get hearts pumping in a fun way. good evening. parts of our area are going to be under a frost advisory again tonight. it will not be as widespread as last night. i'm tracking showers as we head into the next few hours and again on monday. plus temperatures will warm back above average. today, we were not lucky. temperatures ten degrees below average. for philadelphia 57 degrees. humidity is down to 28%. winds out of the southwest at 13 miles per hour. across the region we are at 57
degrees in redading. heading into tomorrow we start with clouds and see a bit more sunshine as well. temperatures, 58 in northeast philly philly. 50 in dover. tracking the showers, we have a weather disturbance to the south of us. as we go to the next few hours, we could have scattered showers and staying in southern delaware. the rest of us are staying dry. by tomorrow, we will see dry conditions. you notice the clouds clearing up as we head into sunday afternoon. it will be a nice end to the weekend. we stay nice and dry. temperatures will climb a few degrees as well. as we head into monday that is when we track the next chance of wide spread showers on monday afternoon. clearing up into monday evening. by tuesday, nice and dry again. our temperatures really start to recover. so our average for this time of year 67 degrees. tomorrow 62. still below average. monday will be below average as
well. our weather alert for tonight, frost advisory in effect for the lehigh valley. stretching into west rock hill. we expect temperatures to drop down into the mid-30s. patchy frost is a possibility from 3:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. our future temperatures show by the time you wake up tomorrow morning, still in the 40s for philadelphia. places like allentown in the mid-30s. a chilly start as you head out on sunday morning. by the time we get to sunday afternoon, temperatures for philadelphia stretching out to trenton will warm into the low 60s. as we head into tonight, cloudy and cold with a few passing showers. mainly for southern delaware. 36 degrees for the suburbs to the north and west. heading into tomorrow more sun, but we start off cloudy. it takes a while before the clouds burn off. the temperatures between 62 and 65. warmer than today. the seven-day forecast s