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good morning, america. this morning, breaking overnight. new surveillance video released in the case of a missing tucson girl. five possible new witnesses near her home the night isabel celis disappeared. who are they? and what could they know. new rules. a new code of conduct for the secret service, after that prostitution scandal, including no more boozing. no more overnight guests in their hotel rooms. and check this out. agents will now have chaperons. caught on tape. the dramatic moment a woman's purse is snatched. and she doesn't let go. dragged 150 feet. why these crooks picked the wrong woman to rob.
and it's the clash of the tiny titans. a battle for the ages. two puppies. but only one of them can have the title of the smallest in the world. which of these compact canines will take the crown? it's beyonce versus millie. the live event of the decade. i overplayed it or underplayed it, by saying the live event of the decade. >> definitely. >> over? under, perhaps. good morning, everybody. we're happy to have abc news correspondent, extraordinaire, and dog lover, sharyn alfonsi. >> it's sure to be a big event. >> a few weeks ago, we had on this dog, beyonce, who might be the tiniest dog on earth. then, we heard about this dog,
millie. there she is. who appears to be as tiny, if not tinier. we're doing what any reasonable person would do. we're going to weigh them both on live television. it's kind of a big deal. >> we're going to declare a winner. and here's what we have at stake here. check out the trophy. no expense was spared. we are nothing, if not classy here at weekend "gma." and i can still smell the paint on this. getting a little loopy. >> wars have been fought over that trophy. also this morning, we're going to do actual news. check this out. this is a very public breakdown at the trial that is riveting one of america's largest cities. we're going to tell you why this former nfl star was out haranguing reporters at a courthouse. coming up. and the entire city of los angeles, is watching the dramatic story of this wayward dolphin, trapped in the city's wetlands. ginger zee has been following this. kind of a tricky rescue mission.
>> the whole city is watching. first, a lot of news overnight. ron claiborne has a look at the developing stories. >> good morning, everyone. the secret service is tightening its rules for agents in the aftermath of that prostitution scandal in colombia. the new rules ban agents from drinking too much, visiting strip clubs and brothels and from having foreigners in their room. the scandal in colombia has cost nine agents their jobs. and the core of al qaeda is eventually gone. that's according to u.s. counterterrorism officials. speaking one year after the raid that killed osama bin laden in pakistan. they say the group's new leader, ayman al zawahiri, still aspires to strike inside the u.s. but less threat of a major attack here. the affiliates are a bigger threat. and the man who shot trayvon martin will not have to put up more bail money, at least for now. a florida judge rejected a request, to increase george
zimmerman's bail, after he learned he had received more than $200,000 in online contribution for his defense. zimmerman was released from jail on monday. wall street finished the week higher, despite new evidence that the economy is slowing. the dow climbed 23 points on friday. it's regained all of the ground lost earlier this month. the gains followed the report that the economy dpru at a slower race. and the space shuttle "enterprise" took its final flight, piggybacking on a jet. the shuttle got a tour of new york city, flying over the statue of liberty, and over the city skyscrapers and dan's apartment. it landed at jfk. this event was so well-publicized. not one person out of the millions in new york city, called 911 to say there's a low-flying plane.
>> i love it. a city of jaded new yorkers. >> that has to be a first. >> it was. now, we're going to move to breaking news overnight. police in tucson releasing surveillance video of five people who may have witnessed something in the case of missing isabel. who are these mysterious five people? and what could they know? abc's neal karlinsky has been following the story since the beginning. >> reporter: this morning, detectives are looking for this group of strangers, captured on surveillance people. they're five people, two men and three women, near the home where isabel celis vanished at about 1:30 a.m. police believe they were leaving a nightclub and may have seen something walking away from a club, right by a church, just a block from the house. >> we want them to come forward to us and tell us, did they or did not see anything. >> reporter: sources tell abc
news, they're awaiting lab results on evidence gathered. but what they really need are solid eyewitnesses. which may be why they're reaching out to find the mystery five. >> if this child were abducted out of her house, through a window, out a door, somebody may have seen that. >> reporter: it was saturday morning when the family says they discovered the 6-year-old missing from her bedroom. a window opened and screen detached. law enforcement experts say it is statistically likely someone known to the family is involved. but a close family friend told us, if you knew this family, you wouldn't have a shred of doubt. >> i would leave my son with them anytime, day or night, no problems. >> reporter: detectives are also chasing down tips. but there are now fewer coming in. >> we're looking for you, isa. >> she's in harm's way, every day. it's more of a concern about the welfare of isabel. >> reporter: a full week later, police say they don't have enough to call this a kidnapping
or something else. for "good morning america," neal karlinsky, abc news, tucson. >> such a tough case. let's bring in legal analyst, sunny hostin. she's worked on crimes against children. good morning. >> good morning. >> how big a break do you think this is? what are the odds these people know something? >> often times people do see things but they don't realize they see things that can help law enforcement. it can be a break. but unfortunately, it's been quite some time since she went missing. so, i'm not sure that it's going to be that helpful. but any little thing helps at this point. >> just to drill down. the people on the videotape, may have seen something. >> yes. >> they maybe looked off-kilter or maybe didn't. they may have more information than they think they have. >> absolutely. i have the experience where i brought people back, witnesses back into my office and asked them questions in just a different way. and it sparked a memory that have been helpful in cases that i tried. that can happen, no question
about it. >> just keep asking people the same question over and over again. >> that's right. >> how common are surveillance cameras? in your average american city, are there just tons of these all around? is there more video for the law enforcement to use in this case? >> absolutely. and they use them often times in abduction cases. and there's surveillance video. something that happens, is they're on a loop. after a week or 30 days, the tapes are erased. so, it's very, very important that they do have surveillance video because that doesn't always happen. >> have to get to them quickly. we're on day eight of this search. at what point do we run out of gas and run out of hope? >> the first 24 to 48 hours are the most important. i'm concerned that we're on day eight without finding her and without more information. >> not what we want to hear. >> that's the truth.
>> sunny, thank you very much. we really appreciate it. sharyn, over to you. now, to a bombshell at the criminal trial of former presidential candidate, john edwards. the star witness, edwards' biggest accuser, said he feared for his life. he believed edwards may have someone try to kill him. abc's bob woodruff has all the courtroom drama. >> reporter: the opening week of the government's case against john edwards was, by any objective standard, a bad one for the prosecution. their key witness, andrew young, withered under a methodical takedown by edwards' lawyers. >> the defense didn't just cross-examine andrew young. they verbally assassinated him, again and again. >> reporter: on the stand friday, young said he was in fear for his life, when he and john edwards, were alone on a country road. did you think john edwards was going to shoot you? asked an attorney for edwards. not personally, young replied.
you thought there was a dwunman in the woods that was going to come and shut you? that did cross my mind. edwards' defense worked tirelessly to discredit young and got him to admit he spent most of the money on himself, for construction to his family home, vacations to mexico and a disney cruise. >> of the $1.2 million they got, he can only account for $200,000 going directly to rielle hunter. >> reporter: young, explaining, i was just dismissed from the campaign. and we took a break. he continued, my family was under extreme stress. edwards' defense lawyers questioned young about holding on to a sex tape, proving the edwards' affair. the lawyer asking, you also told mr. edwards you had a private videotape of miss hunter's. but the judge shut down the questioning immediately. and said she would rule later whether the tape could be discussed in court. the damage done is undeniable.
and now, the government turns to young's wife, cheri, in the hopes that she and other witnesses can help revive the prosecution's case. for "good morning america," i'm bob woodruff, in greensboro, north carolina. now, to the role of osama bin laden and the american presidential race. it's "your voice, your vote." as we approach the one-year anniversary of the killing of bin laden, president obama is being accused of politiciziing the event and using it against mitt romney. david kerley is on the story in washington. >> reporter: good morning, dan. you heard from ron that the economic numbers from the last quarter were anemic, slow growth. well, the obama campaign doesn't want to talk about that. so, change of subject. with the commander in chief surrounded by soldiers. his campaign went on the attack. >> the navy s.e.a.l.s had gone in there and it wouldn't have been bin laden. the downside would have been horrible for him. >> reporter: enlisting former president clinton, in a web
video. >> you hire the president to make the calls when nobody else can do it. >> reporter: the ad questions if romney would have killed osama bin laden. harkening back to 2007, when governor romney said, quote, it's not worth even and earth, spending millions of dollars just to kill one person. >> after we get him, there's going to be another and another. >> reporter: the obama campaign even used the vice president to hammer home the point. using bin laden's name 12 times. >> osama bin laden. bin laden. bin laden. >> reporter: biden raised the question. >> on this gut issue, we know what president obama did. we can't say for certain, what governor romney would have done. >> reporter: it's the anniversary of the president ordering the raid that killed bin laden. but analysts claim that the president is untouchable on national security. this poll gives him a seven-point advantage over romney on terrorism. why is this campaign going on the attack? >> the president has one option right now, which is he has to
discredit mitt romney as quickly as possible. when the campaign gets into the wall, it's not going to be a referendum, simply on the president's handling of the economy. >> reporter: the romney campaign called this tactic sad, in an effort to distract voters from a failed policy of this administration. but i have to tell you, sharyn, the administration continues to talk about it. leon panetta, cia director during the raid, said in an interview, when he was in chile, this was the most intense time, when they knew bin laden was there. so, they're going to continue to talk about it during this anniversary period. >> thanks, david. now, we move on to a terrifying crime caught on tape. look at this. a woman hanging on to her purse as she is dragged across the parking lot. they sped away. but the victim had some extra skills up her sleeve. lama hasan is here with more. they picked the wrong woman. >> absolutely. good morning to you, sharyn. it's quite dramatic video. these purse snatchers picked on the wrong woman.
a black belt, refused to let two teens get away with her purse. a dramatic and narrow escape all caught on surveillance video. look at these incredible images. a white van circled karen as she loads her groceries into the car. all of a sudden, a passenger grabs her purse and drags her 153 feet in the parking lot. >> instant reaction, grabs the purse. they were already moving. >> reporter: you can clearly see karen by the side of the car before falling to the ground. >> she yelled to the driver. slow down. when they did slow down, i said, well, this is it. now or never. i've got to fall off now or get taken out on to the road. i skidded and bumped a little. hit my head. and my glasses grew off. >> reporter: luckily karen emerged with bruises and cuts. but it was a traumatic experience. >> the thought was going around,
they're not stopping. >> reporter: this video and witness statements helped police arrest these two women on charges of stealing karen's purse. what they didn't know, they picked the wrong woman to mess with. >> i have a black belt in tie kwan doe. >> reporter: a woman with quick thinking and good luck. >> i'm extremely lucky. i'm going to be a safety vigilante now. >> reporter: lucky, indeed. what every woman can learn from karen's experience, don't leave your purse in the shopping cart, even for a moment. keep it on you. or you're giving thieves the chance to make you their next victim. >> unbelievable. forget the black belt. she should be a stunt woman. what was in that purse? >> something she really wanted to keep. >> she didn't want to give it up. >> i like her. hollywood is riveted by the ongoing drama of a wayward dolphin.
i'm not describing a pixar film. it's now stuck in shallow water. our meteorologist, ginger zee, has been tracking the rescue. good morning. >> good morning, dan and sharyn. good morning, everyone. of all the things to do in los angeles, the plight of this stranded dolphin is the number one attraction. how marine teams go about the rescue is a very delicate operation. this may just be the most dramatic story in hollywood right now. a 700-pound dolphin, separated from its pod, seemingly lost and disoriented in wetlands just south of los angeles. >> you don't see mammals in this protected wetland area. >> reporter: the dolphin followed its pod into the area wednesday, feeding on fish. while most of them swam away at high tide, this one seems to have been left behind. scientists feared for its life, worrying that during low tide, the distressed animal could beach itself and suffocate.
rescue crews swept into action. but once in the water, they decided the dolphin was well enough to find its own way out. >> if we intervene, we can complicate the issue. this is a healthy animal. we're going to kind of back off. let the tide come up. nine times out of ten, these animals will find their way out. >> reporter: the trapped dolphin quickly turned into the city's main attraction. >> marine wildlife experts are keeping a close eye on a dolphin. >> they believe the dolphin made it underneath the bridge behind us. >> for now, it's a waiting game. >> reporter: and spectators turned out to catch a glimpse of the action. >> i can't leave. i've been here for hours. >> i was surprised. caught my attention. i had to come over and see what was going on. >> reporter: everyone hoping this lost dolphin finds its way back to its family. >> hopefully he can find his way out of here. if not, we have to help him out. >> we had the l.a. desk call. unfortunately, he's still out there. good weather for los angeles today. a little rainy and unsteady.
not going to happen today. severe weather is something that's been happening for the last two days and will again today. look alt this video shot in kansas. and you can see the tornado touched down for about 30 seconds or so, in cloud county. they had some big hail, too. that's another element to all of the storms. that's what i think you'll see today. let's look at who is going to be affected by severe weather. in our map, includes louisville, st. louis, a lot of kentucky. cincinnati on the outskirts. oklahoma to abilene, that's another target. and then, there's the cold. this morning, early. atlantic city, down to 29, a record low. so, the cold is settling in the northeast. not until this morning with frost and freeze warnings. who is warm then? somebody has to be. tallahass tallahassee, 90 by sunday. and memphis, up to 86 by the end of the weekend.
>> let's go to the facebook and twitter photos. please, share your great photos with me. as this one from douglas county came in. debbie, thank you for that. very pretty. at ginger underscore zee on twitter. >> action shot. >> that makes you want to -- i'm sure you have, too. a very full day. should i tell everybody what you were doing during the local weather break? talking like dolphins. >> ginger speaks dolphin.
>> dan has the best dolphin. >> thank you, ginger. it's one of the toughest gigs in all of comedy. the annual white house correspondents' dinner. a room filled with celebrities, sports figures and politicians. including the president of the united states. top-notch comedians have bombed in this venue. how will jimmy kimmel do tonight? jake tapper sat down with him. >> here's jimmy kimmel. >> reporter: tonight, jimmy kimmel will play to one of the oddest rooms in comedy. the white house correspondents' association dinner. >> a strange mix of people. you have the president. you have kim kardashian. lindsay lohan. and general petraeus. i hope everybody gets out with their jewelry. >> we sat down on the north lawn to talk about the gig. how does one prepare for this strange comedy performance? >> it's hard. i'm in a roomful of comedy
writers. i have to remember i'll be there with the president and first lady, et cetera. >> reporter: the line between edgy and over the cliff can be tough to negotiate at this kin dinner. >> you have the secret service, having sex all over the globe. these things are on the news. we walked into the white house today. and on the tv screen, it said secret service sex scandal. >> reporter: kimmel said he studied past performances and thinks well of seth myers last year. >> donald trump often appears on fox, which is ironic. because a fox often appears on donald trump's head. >> reporter: myers advised kimmel, make the president laugh, as he did with this one about katie couric. >> katie was known for the tough questions like, name a newspaper. >> reporter: the president's been known to get a laugh in as well. >> the jonas brothers are here. sasha and malia are huge fans.
but, boys, don't get any ideas. i have two words for you. predator drones. >> any competition with the president, i lose. i just feel like i have to be funny. >> reporter: he will be. for "good morning america," jake tapper, abc news, the white house. >> i want to quickly say, this is a big night for jake. he's going to receive the merryman smith award for excellence under pressure. congratulations to jake. he's a one of a kind. >> this makes him king of the nerds. >> king of the nerds. >> way to go, tapper. >> well said, sharyn. coming up here on the broadcast. he's a former nfl star, now snapping on camera. look at him there, as a family drama plays out in a courtroom. his daughter, turning in his wife over a fatal hit and run. coming up here. new details from buckingham palace. one year after will married kate. the newlyweds are letting some secrets slip on how they spend
the anniversary. and it is the main event. we're calling it the puppy thunderdome. two puppies will enter. only one will leave, with the title of tiniest puppy on earth. the live weigh-in, what we're calling the biggest live event of a decade, maybe a century, coming up in a few minutes. keep it here.
you're the office flirt, you're bored. this was a study of british. >> the idea is that the guy who is flirting with sharyn at the office is not necessarily doing so because of her vivacious beauty. >> it means this person may be less satisfied at work. >> i pay him. he's an intern. he makes me feel good about myself. >> so, a win, win, win. >> whatever it takes. >> so professional here. i felt like i had failed. i haven't found that guy, either. >> have you met the guy that's counting us down over there. his name is fonzie.
♪ there they are. both of those dogs look tiny. do not adjust your screen. that's what they look like. but only one is the real deal. and only one will take home the title of the world's tiniest puppy. it's beyonce versus milly. a showdown for the ages. we've been working tirelessly to bring these two together. you'll get to see it here live in just a few minutes. good morning, america. i'm sharyn alfonsi. >> and what i love about that is as you're doing the hype man voice, your voice goes down an octave. you're bringing it. i love it. >> i'm trying. i like that music. i'm going to have that play all the time when we do headlines. >> good morning, everybody.
i'm dan harris. also this morning, from the live event of the decade, coming up a few minutes, to the wedding of the century. will and kate, married one year ago tomorrow. how is the royal couple celebrating their first anniversary. lama hasan has all of the details on that. we're going to begin with a dramatic day in a high profile trial, putting a stepdaughter against a stepmom. sparks flied outside of the courtroom. a former nfl star lashing out. tanya rivero, joining us. >> reporter: it is quite a story. former nfl player, joe senser, is feeling the strain of being caught in the middle. he lashed out at reporters covering his wife's trial, all why the public has been riveted of this family drama as it publicly unfolds. >> why don't you guys get a life? >> reporter: as his family turns against each other, the relentless stop light is taking a toll on joe senser. >> shall i smile for you.
what channel are you? >> channel 5. >> hi, channel 5. >> reporter: the former nfl player lost his cool in the lobby of a minneapolis courthouse after the end of a stressful week for the prominent senser family. joe and three of his four daughters, each took the stand in the trial of his wife, amy senser, accused of a hit-and-run last august, killing a chef. >> this is the trial of the year in the twin cities. a former vikings player. a well-to-do family. a family with a chain of restaurants in minnesota. >> reporter: on wednesday, joe who was standing by his wife, told jurors she didn't turn herself in until her stepdaughter, brittany, threatened she would call police herself. brittany, an aspiring singer, said on the stand, she was furious when somebody began speculating that she was behind
the wheel and amy still hadn't come forward. >> this has relative against relative. best friend against best friend. >> reporter: emotion but high on friday when joe and amy's daughter, molly, had to testify about whether her mother was drunk on the night of the accident. molly herself, asked her mom if she had been drinking. she responded, she wasn't drunk or anything. but when the prosecution asked specifically if her mother told her she had a drink, molly testified, she had a sip of something. seemed too much for the father trying to hold his family together. amy senser, who has pleaded not guilty, could take the stand in her defense. if convicts of all counts of criminal vehicular homicide, she faces up to four years in prison. >> see why he's under treasustr. >> tanya, thank you. let's check the other headlines with ron claiborne. >> good morning, everyone. in the news, obama
administration could make a major concession when talks over iran's nuclear program resume next month. "the los angeles times" reports that the administration might support letting iran continuing enriching uranium if they take steps from developing a weapon. and police have found an underground bunker. they pumped tear gas in. but it may be booby trapped. detroit tigers delmon young apologized on a hate crime harassment charge. police say that young screamed epithets at a hotel. he could face up to a year in jail. a sheriff's deputy was attacked trying to shoo some geese off the highway. she got a little too close. and one of the birds jumped at her, causing her to fall down. later offcamera, the deputy
pistol-whipped the bird in retaliation. not really. >> the views of ron claiborne, do not represent the views of abc news. >> it was a joke. time, now, for the weather, and over to ginger zee. >> i'm going to leave that there with the geese. and we're going to go ahead and move on to weather. a stormy morning, ron, in chicago, is where we begin. our friends at wls have this camera for us to see it's going to be an umbrella day. it won't be thundering the entire day. but a lot of folks, hearing thunder. rain in place, not only for chicagoland, but along the warm front. and storms, severe storms possible in parts of kentucky, eastern missouri. and back into parts of oklahoma and texas today. i want to leave you with a look at how much rain is going to fall. pockets to the west here in springfield. that's the big picture.
>> this weather report was brought to you by walgreens. >> thank you, ginger. no geese were harmed. coming up here on "good morning america," almost one year after kate and will got married, we're learning new secrets about the plan for their first anniversary. >> and we're talking about it. and the canine clash of the century. there, you see them. beyon beyonce, and milly, getting ready for their live weigh-in. whwhwhwhwhwhwhwhwhwhwhwhwhwhwhwh
can you believe it was a year ago? the kiss seen around the world. how are william and kate celebrating their first anniversary tomorrow? that seems like a personal question to me. but we're going to have details and lama hasan has them for us. >> reporter: a year ago, the event was lavish and epic. the wedding of the century. for the first year anniversary,
there will be no pomp, no ceremonies. just a quiet get together. a private affair. >> their first anniversary, they're not going to want a big parade or anything. they want to enjoy the time together privately. >> reporter: we're told close friends and family will be invited. but we don't know who or even where. it could be a private celebration at their new home at st. james' place. or they could sneak away. william and kate have spent much of the past few months apart. he, in south america as part of his military duty. she, in the u.k., fulfilling her royal duties. it has been quite a year for kate. she looks quite a same. this is her as a commoner, just one day before her wedding. this is kate now. she's blossomed into a princess. >> the constantly being on. it's like she was born to do it. >> reporter: the celebration, a good idea. the next couple of months will
be crazy. they'll be helping the queen celebrate 60 years of being on the throne. then, there's the olympics. finally, another overseas trip. but there is one major royal duty yet unfulfilled. kate and william on thursday, cooing over a baby. one witness described her as doting. >> i could see a baby being born in 2013, really the way to go. >> reporter: and since tradition holds up for a first anniversary, the proper gift is paper. we will be sending off our script this morning to will and kate, with our best wishes. no extension spared. >> they'll be happy to receive them. coming up, if you are a fan of either, "a," dogs or "b," unrestrained absurdity, you're
it's finally time. i cannot believe we're doing this. the big moment has arrived. it's beyonce versus milly. who is the world's tiniest dog. before the big weigh-in, which ron can't wait for, here is the backstory. it is a clash of the tiny titans. ♪ i'm a survivor >> reporter: in one corner, beyonce, the puny pup who has proven she is a survivor. her mom was nearly put down while pregnant. and beyonce, the runt of the litter, was stillborn, weighs less than an ounce. >> she wasn't moving much at all. it was evident that the puppy was trying to take some breaths. but wasn't able to inhale air.
>> reporter: when beyonce first burst on to the scene a few weeks ago, we thought she was the tiniest dog on earth. then, we heard about this puppy. a new canine contender for the title. she is milly, a 4-month-old chihuahua from puerto rico. her owners realized that milly has topped out at 2 1/2 inches tall and wasn't getting any bigger. >> when she was born, she asked to be fed with an eye dropper because her mouth was too small. >> reporter: before the two small dogs square off, we put them into a puppy posedown. [ shutter clicking ] >> milly. >> reporter: but now, play time is over. it is time to answer the burning question. beyonce or milly? who is tiniest?
we are really committing to this. >> this is one of those where you win moments. >> yeah. >> defining moments in tv history. >> let's not wait any longer. let's bring in the first challenger. milly, come in here. she is handled by her owner, astrid. good morning to you. let's place her on the mat there. she is so cute. and out in california this morning, we have beyonce, joining us by remote with her owner, beth dicaprio. good morning to you. >> good morning to you. >> we were hoping beyonce was live with us. but she just had shots and you didn't want her to travel. >> she's doing great. she really is. >> thank you, beth. i appreciate it. and how is milly enjoying new york city? >> she loves it. >> she loves it? she is getting the star treatment. we're not kidding about that. >> she does like the cameras.
>> yeah. >> let's get to the moment of truth here. let's put her on the scale and weigh her. actually, let's heighten the drama a little bit. let's have it done out of l.a. first. beth, can you weigh? there you go. put her on the scale. >> big moment. >> girls never like to have their weight done. >> what does that say? one pound, four ounces. beth, you're in sacramento, not l.a. i apologize for that. let's get milly on the scale. by the way, for those of you who appreciate oh, it's 1.3. by a hair, we have a winner. >> if she drinks water, it's a tie, right? >> milly wins.
excellent. let me ask you, astrid -- whoa. >> and milly just -- >> astrid, how does it feel to have the world's tiniest dog? ginger zee has brought in a trophy for you. is this a big deal? >> yes. >> actually, our pointing at the world's smallest dog doesn't mean as much. but the guinness book might give her the title, right? >> yeah. we have to wait for her to be one year old. >> she has to be one year old. >> yes. >> you have confetti. beth, we're having a good time with this. beth, let's talk to you. it's a big deal that we make sure that pets who need to be adopted get adopted. can you talk on that point, quickly in. >> it's so important to reremember that she is a survivor.
thank you for watching, everybody. thank you for bringing your gorgeous, little dog. the smallest on the earth. >> we need a rematch. who has the biggest ears? >> see you tomorrow, guys. i'm chris cotter with your "sportscenter" update. we start on ice. second round of the nhl playoffs under way. coyotes, visiting the nashville
predators. holmqvist, this is going to bounce off the end boards. andrei kostitsyn, take another look at it. kostitsyn gets his stick on it. just sneaks it in. ties the game at 2-2. later in the period. coyotes with the odd-man rush. that's a two-on-one. michael boddicker is going to stop. hit the post. and buries the puck. nice patience on his part. predators on the power play. martin erat scores. on the power play, ties it at three. we go to o.t. in the extra session, off the face-off. that's ray whitney. beating pecca renney for the game winner. coyotes take a 1-0 series lead. let's go to the bronx and the diamond. a-rod and the yankees hosting the tigers. a-rod, taking justin verlander, of all people, deep to right center. now, top six.
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