morgan rielly loses the stick. there's the escapeability and athleticism of mitch marner, stop, don't pop, keep moving to the inside and just watch it. look at the edge control. the balance and the quick release. you just don't teach this in hockey school. this is a gift. >> john: he, too, a toronto boy. markham, ontario. mitch marner, great hands, great presence of mind. and a 2-1 lead. leafs get it deep. coreau directing traffic. soshnikov, the steal. and coreau got back with help from his defense. he's lost his stick. goaltender, jared coreau. leo komarov to the outside of jonathan ericsson for the point. morgan rielly off soshnikov. coreau. using a skater's stick. in the meantime. the corner. controlled now by ouellet. >> pierre: using dylan larkin's stick. larkin went right to the bench. coreau's got his stick back. >> john: we saw that. now it's carried in by matthews. he'll circle the wagons, hold onto it, whip it through the connor carrick. looking for a lane. it goes high. connor brown in back of the goal.
. >> i rielly think tonight is a good night and i'm actually a nging the forecast just little bit tomorrow. i think it's going to be a little warmer and more sunshinec and thatld also spawn a stronger storm or two with that sunshine, too. going out to reston town center and towar the wine bar there, and no problems there. downtown more sunshine and still dealing with hazy sunshine and throulouds streaming o and 89 degrees and dropping to about 87 and down to 78 by 11:00. a really nice night tonight if you're thinking about getting dinner outdoors oalking the dog tonight. looking good. 87 belvar, a we're watching storms not in the d.c. metro area. they are all up to the north and i'm talkingea areas hagerstown and right along 70. this is a mess betwe frostburg and hagerstown. let's go out towardsheest and back towards the mountains. you're going to run into some storms and you could see some of these devowop intods parts of west virginia and maybe en wards martinsberg and hagerstown this evening and know that over the next few hours. part of a frontal boundary s drifting to thth. you can se
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