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You decide: What was the top play of the week?

Friday, 03.09.2012 / 2:45 PM / You Decide: Watch and vote

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You decide: What was the top play of the week?
You decide: What was the top play of the week? Thorburn goal, Lundqvist save or Brouwer hit
Each week NHL.com wants you, the fan, to vote on the best plays of the week. We'll select the top goal, save and hit and you get to decide which of those three plays is the best of all. There is really no wrong answer here, but we want to know what you think. Which of these amazing plays do you think is the best? Vote now and feel free to comment on the plays as well.

On Sunday, Capitals winger Troy Brouwer crunched Philadelphia defenseman Erik Gustafsson with enough impact near the Flyers bench to open their bench door.

In Tuesday's Rangers-Devils game, New York goalie Henrik Lundqvist stopped Devils winger David Clarkson on a takeaway. However, Clarkson recovered the puck, quickly skated around the back of the net and was denied twice by a sprawling Lundqvist stick and glove save.

On Monday, Jets winger Chris Thorburn skated past Sabres defenseman Robyn Regehr and toe dragged an amazing goal past a frozen Ryan Miller.

TROY BROUWER - 3/4/12 - HIT ON ERIK GUSTAFSSON


HENRIK LUNDQVIST - 3/6/12 - BACK-TO-BACK SAVES VS. DEVILS


CHRIS THORBURN- 3/5/12 - TOE DRAG GOAL VS. SABRES



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