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kuznetsov able to deal back to niskanen. nice save made by tuukka rask in goal. kuznetsov turning again, as williams inside the four man defensive box. niskanen hands back to him. jim martin the p.a. announcer here for the last 25 years is about to make the announcement. many had of the seats are empty here. people coming hoping their team could clinch third spot have seen them not clinch anything yet. other than earlier this week. a playoff spot. and that is a great significant where they had two years that were empty. shorthanded bruins, hurtling on back is shattenkirk. able to step away to center in
the last half minute and a penalty is coming up on the collision at the blue line. >> pierre: wilson for interference. it's a calf chance to go out on a power play. and interferes with jean-michel lyles. that's graphic interference. >> the deficit two, 28.3 to go. >> pierre: you and i have been around this group a long time. this capitals team is for real, and they have done a great job manufacturing enthusiasm and a lot of quiet confidence going into the playoffs. fantastic season. and they'll be rocking the red for a long time down in washington, d.c.. this is a really really good team. >> net empty. five attackers against a goaltender in four. if they mash in a quick one this
could get interesting. and chara walks it across. gives on to spooner. an early shot seems necessary, doesn't it? chara forced it across, a forced shot by pasternak and it doesn't work. dealt back in deep, backes trickled along. pasternak gets after it. still they battle and it's bergeron handing it back to chara with five to go. spooner, the shot was dubbed by bergeron. and that will do it, the siren goes, and the capitals have won yet again. >> final score in the game, the washington capitals 3-1. points 117 and 118 for the capitals away from home. they're 23rd win of the season. tonight on nbc at 8:00, 7:00 central, it's "dateline" saturday night mystery.
the dinosaurs' extinction... don't listen to them. not appropriate. now i'm mashing these potatoes with my stick of butter... why don't you sit over here. something for everyone is awesome. find your awesome with the xfinity stream app. more to stream to every screen. guests of honor at a dedication today as u.s. air strikes continue in their homeland. broadcast legend. tom brokaw reflects on 15 years in news. and headstone damage. tonight we have new details about the destruction discovered at a local cemetery, and what
police say did not happen here. right now, at 6:00, going up. temperatures on the rise today. and it's just the beginning of a major warm-up that will have it feeling like summer in a matter of days. good evening, everyone, i'm ted greenberg. the warm-up has already started, today warmer than yesterday. not a bad day to head out for a walk along the river. we found this couple and their little dog enjoying an afternoon stroll on kelly drive. the warm weather came with the wind, the flag blowing in center city. but that wind won't be an issue for long. let's check in now with first alert meteorologist erica martin and the neighborhood forecast. erika, we are in for changes this week. >> this is a great forecast i have for you. we're seeing a mix of sun and clouds, partly cloudy right now, current temperature in
philadelphia 59 degrees. winds are out of the northwest 16 miles per hour. but gusting up to 25 miles per hour as ted just mentioned. current temperatures in and around the philly metro area mid to upper 50s. port richmond at 58. and somerton currently at 57 degrees. we do have this area, this quick little moving trough here. in other words, we're seeing some clouds moving in from the northwest to the southeast. what that does do is increase the wind speeds and wind gusts and bring us some clouds. we have an area of high pressure just to the southwest and that will be the weather maker for the next couple of days. dover 60-mile-per-hour for you. millville 15 for you. it will stay a little windy and gusty through later tonight. we're going to start to see improvement in the overnight hours toward tomorrow. temperatures pretty much in the 50s through tonight.
i am tracking 80s by monday. remember, you can track the changing temperatures and get your neighborhood forecast delivered right to your phone with the nbc 10 app. the united states is vowing to keep up the pressure on syria, after an intense nighttime wave of missile strikes from u.s. ships. syrian activists and state media say the air strike on a northern village held by the islamic state group has killed at least 13 civilians. the air base hit by a u.s. missile attack thursday resumed operations today. russia, an ally of syria, calls the u.s. air strikes an act much aggression. moscow denies syria's president was behind the chemical attack that president trump used as justification for the air strikes. amid the growing tensions, a new exhibit at penn museum hopes to give the public a deep dive into the syrian culture caught in the cross fire.
nbc's randy gyllenhaal is live. there were special guests on hand, randy. >> reporter: yeah, ted, syrian refugees were the guests of honor as curators unveiled their exhibit, stories from syria and iraq, showcasing folks the ongoing conflict as well as the culture that's being lost and destroyed. during a week where american missiles fell on a syrian air base in response to a horrific chemical weapons attack -- >> i'm sad. becau because -- >> reporter: syrian refugees in philadelphia gathered at the penn museum for a new exhibit showcasing the beauty of their culture amid the ongoing back drop of violence and war. 13-year-old onlyran knows countless other kids just like him face slaughter.
at least 20 children died in the sarin gas attack. >> today in the camps, and they don't have food, and anything. >> reporter: much of syria turned to rubble during the civil war. the penn museum working to preserve what history they can. >> we've seen images of isis smashing the heads. >> reporter: saving artifacts, some that date back centuries. >> it's important to know this is not just a place of conflict. that this is a place of incredibly rich history. it is a multi-cultural history. >> reporter: now with new air strikes, there could be more damage and more refugees, even as the white house tries to ban them from the country. >> to see country suffocating, beautiful babies suffocating, i believe another answer to help those kids is to open resettlement for syrians after it was banned recently. >> reporter: syrian refugees we spoke to said they're monitoring these ire strikes and telling us
there it may too little too late. if you want to see this exhibit at the penn museum, it goes for the next 18 months. live in university city, randy gyllenhaal, nbc 10. nbc news legend tom brokaw addressed issues in syria, among other topics. brokaw offered his thoughts at drexel university today. he spoke about his storied career in journalism, focusing on his 22 years on the anchor desk at "nightly news." we were able to sit down with brokaw one-on-one and ask him about the challenge in reporting the news today. >> what the president has to do is not to be so sensitive, as they go around whining in their beer a lot. we have to do our job and make sure that what we do every day is factual and contextual. and that's tougher these days, because everybody wants to be a commentator. i wish we could dial down the commentary and dial up the factual presentation of the news
a lot more. >> joining brokaw on stage today was producer karen curry. new at 6:00, a delaware man is charged with human trafficking after police say he forced a woman to have sex with men. 55-year-old jorge arcinieja of georgetown was arrested. investigators are trying to identify anyone else who may have been involved in the operation. philadelphia police have arrested a man who they say set three separate fires in the course of a month. one of the fires he allegedly set damaged the famous port street deli in february. this is surveillance video taken near the deli that night. juan barkley is facing several charges, including arson. new details on the story out of delaware county that we first brought you last night at 11:00. springfield township police say this jewish cemetery was not vandalized. a viewer contacted us yesterday after noticing about 30
headstones cracked or on the ground at mount sharon cemetery. cemetery officials tell the pris the gravestones are on the ground because of possible environmental factors, not vandalism. in south jersey, two eastbound lanes are still closed on admiral wilson boulevard in camden after a fire under a bridge this morning. crews are still inspecting that span tonight. all lanes were closed in both directions around 6:30 this morning, while firefighters put out the blaze under the bridge. officials say it looks like it was accidental. one person was taken to the hospital for burns. help from above when seconds count. how local police are using drones to save people from drowning. and a roof ripped apart. the wild weather blamed for this destruction caught on camera.
shows what appears to be a funnel cloud tearing through the yard. the roof gets peeled back as well as patio furniture picked up and tossed across the way. luckily no one was injured. deploying drones to help save people from drowning. how police in our area are turning to aerial technology for search-and-rescue missions. we're tracking temperatures climbing from 50 to 80s in just a matter of hours. i have your full forecast coming up on the other side of the break. ven painkillers. by the time the drugs ran out, i was addicted. it happened so fast. i ended up on the streets, where the drugs are cheaper and easier to get. i was a full blown heroin addict, selling my soul to get high. when i realized i needed help i didn't know where to go. but i got help and you can too. you're not alone. help is within reach. call 844 reach nj or visit reachnj.gov. the road to recovery starts now.
the force showed off its new drones for us at tubman park. they're using the drones to get to swimmers in distress as quickly as possible. in the amount of time it takes police to gear up and get a boat out to rescue someone, they can launch the drone and drop a flotation device to someone who needs it.
>> what we want to do is utilize the drone to get a flotation device that will self-deploy that the swimmer can pick up and hold on to until she can be reached by either a boat or helicopter. >> this is video of a mock rescue the department has five drones right now. police tell us in addition to helping people in the water, they'll use the drowns for crowd control, traffic management, finding lost kids and surveying crime scenes. it's another sign of spring. the first day of trout season in new jersey. a couple of people were taking advantage of the first day at haden lake in audubon today. one man was teaching his granddaughter about fishing and patience. >> it's nice to be outside even if the fish aren't biting. >> fishing licenses and trout stands are available online and at lbs agents across the garden state. delaware county, the chester creek trail is now open. more nice weather coming our
way. a turnout today for a dedication. the scenic trail spans nearly three miles, and you can see historical sites of the industrial revolution here. in philadelphia, spring cleaning kicked off in hunting park today. armed with gloves, rakes and bags, volunteers started sprucing up the recreation this morning. the tenth annual fringe philly cleanup. and it carried over to another part of north philadelphia this morning as well. this girl scout troop was among volunteers helping clean up broad street ahead of next month's blue cross broad street run. there are just 29 days left until the blue cross broad street run. only nbc 10 and telemundo 62 broadcasts the entire race from start to finish. join us on sunday, may 7th for that. we're on the verge of a big warm-up. meteorologist erika martin is back for your most accurate
forecast. erika, we're looking forward to the big warm-up. >> this is the forecast i dream of giving. a live look outside. we're seeing partly cloudy skies. mid and upper level clouds. the wispy clouds right there, cirrus clouds. you can see that we do have some clouds moving through. and you can tell they're mid and upper level clouds because they're brighter white there. however, we do have a clearing in store. what that is doing is increasing the wind speeds and wind gusts. right now we have wind speeds topping out at 16 miles per hour in philadelphia. 15 in millville. a little chilly right now. however, that did not stop the temperatures from climbing today. we topped out at 60 degrees. the average high is 61. that record high looks really nice. 90 back in 1979.
lots of upper 50s. one low 60s for dover. trenton 59 for you along with philadelphia. allentown, nice and pretty fair, i think. 58 degrees. a really nice evening in store. afternoon highs, on thursday we did see temperatures top out at 59 degrees. 51 on friday. today we saw 60. we're only climbing into the upper 60s, maybe low 70s by tomorrow and 80s by monday. we have this area of high pressure developing just to the southwest. notice how expansive it is. this is what we call a dome of high pressure. all of this will influence our weather, especially as it continues to work eastward toward our region. now, wind forecasts now coming out of the northwest. but as that high prerk ur system really influences our area, we'll start to see a warm front lifting through. i'm going to pause this tomorrow at 11:30 a.m. notice how we see the variable winds coming from every direction, that's the sign that
the warm front is starting to lift into our region. by 10:00 p.m. on sunday, i've got the word warm right here, because we have the nice southerly winds which are going to increase those temperatures, which means we're seeing 80s by monday. but before we get there, tomorrow's high temperature, 69 degrees. overnight lows for tonight in the upper 30s to low 40s. that's because we are going to see some clearing. but the winds will start to diminish overnight tonight. lots of sunshine for your sunday. so a sunny sunday in the forecast. mostly sunny skies on monday and tuesday. warm-up temperatures, well above average this time of year. you can see here, this is a cold front that's going to start to move through. we may see some light showers overnight tuesday into wednesday. right now, mostly cloudy skies. temperatures dip in the 70s. upper 60s by thursday. mid-60s friday and saturday. farther out here, sunday, monday, we're seeing temperatures climb back into the 70s.
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we stay in the first. pierre edward bellmar. 1-0 flyers. the former vice president joe biden looking on. 92 seconds later. michael delsado. it's waved off for goalie interference. the replay shows that he lost his balance. the goal goes on the board. flyers up 2-0, and in control. second period, flyers with a man advantage. reaches the 20-goal plateau. here's mason on what may be his final game. >> definitely well aware of it. i'm not in a position here where moving forward i have any indication of what's going to be happening. obviously there's one game left in the season.
and then i become a free agent. there's obviously leading into summertime, it will be an uneasy, exciting, and, you know, stressful time, i'm sure. >> flyers also gave out their team awards today. wayne simmons wins bobby clark trophy. the ashby trophy went to rookie ivan povaroff. and the player who displays the most heart. the phillies will try to snap a three-game losing streak tonight when they face the nationals. the phils will be facing 38-year-old jeremy guthrie who hasn't pitched in the majors since 2015. how about this, aaron nolan getting a start for the phils. his first appearance since going on the disabled list in august. 0-3. >> we were pleasantly surprised
that he had his velocity in spring training. he had better velocity in the spring than he had all last year. that being said, we know he's healthy. what i would like to see him do now is hit his location. >> anytime you get out on that mound, you're going oh have some kind of nerves, whether anxiety or just a lot of adrenaline. he's excited to get back out there and help us win a ball game. take a bite out of the phillies and nationals at 7:00 right here on nbc 10, and over on csn. that's your look at sports. ted? >> danny, thanks so much. i think we'll have to break out the shorts this week. >> i don't think anybody will have a problem with that at all. some of you may want to hit the beach. look at this. 80 degrees. 82 by tuesday. and really, we're going to have mostly sunny skies. the high pressure system is going to be the weather maker. not a huge complaint at all.