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Best moment of the week? Pens, Scrivens, Datsyuk

Friday, 02.22.2013 / 12:30 PM NHL.com

There were plenty of terrific performances to choose from this week. Below are three of the most exciting moments from the last seven days. Vote on what play you think deserves to be the Bridgestone Performance Moment of the Week.

Letang to Dupuis: On Sunday, down 3-2 midway through the third period, Penguins' defenseman Kris Letang executed a perfect cross-ice backhand pass to Pascal Dupuis for an easy goal against Ryan Miller.

Scrivens' shutout: Ben Scrivens has been coming up big for the Maple Leafs with starting goalie, James Reimer, on injured reserve. On Monday, Scrivens recorded his second consecutive shutout as Toronto beat Florida to move into the Eastern Conference playoff race.

Datsyuk beats them all: Detroit's Pavel Datsyuk continues to dazzle, just ask the Predators, who had a tough time stopping him Tuesday night. Datsyuk skated up ice and amazingly deked his way past all five Nashville skaters, before beating Pekka Rinne on his blocker side for his eighth goal of the season.

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