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You Decide: Best save of the Cup Final

Wednesday, 06.13.2012 / 10:13 AM / You Decide: Watch and vote

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You Decide: Best save of the Cup Final
Which player had the best save in the Cup Final: Jonathan Quick or Martin Brodeur?
 

NHL.com wants you -- the fan -- to vote on the most compelling play, moment or topic of the week. We'll select goals, hits, saves and other clips from the 2012 Stanley Cup Playoffs that require your opinion. There's no wrong answer ... we simply want to know what you think.
 
The 2012 Stanley Cup Final may be over, but the memories will last a lifetime. With Vezina Trophy candidate Jonathan Quick and all-time wins leader Martin Brodeur going toe-to-toe, each goalie's arsenal of saves was on full display as the Kings and Devils battled for Lord Stanley's Cup.

While Quick, 26, ultimately got the best of Brodeur, 40, as Los Angeles captured the Cup for the first time in franchise history, both goaltenders deserve credit for their team's unlikely run to the final round of postseason action. As we continue to reflect on this thrilling series, it's time to determine which goalie had the best save of the Cup Final:
     
1. Quick makes an unbelievable karate kick save in Game 2 to keep the Kings' lead intact

2. Brodeur's stacked-pad stop thwarts Jarret Stoll's breakaway attempt in Game 5

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