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Best moment of the week? Sutter, Stoll, Kunitz

Friday, 03.15.2013 / 4:30 PM / Performance Moments presented by Bridgestone

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Best moment of the week? Sutter, Stoll, Kunitz
Here are three of the most exciting moments from this past week. Vote on what play you think deserves to be the Bridgestone Performance Moment.

This past week had no shortage of great highlights, but we thought the three exciting moments below stood out from the rest. After you watch these videos, be sure to vote on what play you think deserves to be the Bridgestone Performance Moment of the Week.

NOTE: Poll is on the right. Results will be revealed next week.

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Sutter's tying and winning goals:
On Tuesday, the Penguins rallied past the Bruins with three third-period goals -- two coming off the stick of Brandon Sutter. He notched the equalizer and eventual game-winner in a span of 3:24 to complete a furious comeback.

Stoll's all-around prowess: Jarret Stoll contributed on both ends of the ice in the Kings' 3-1 win over the Flames on Monday. He scored a first-period goal and shined on the penalty kill to help the Kings defeat Calgary for the second time in three days at Staples Center.

Kunitz's hat trick: The NHL's most productive duo had a field day on Sunday against the Islanders, as Chris Kunitz notched a hat trick in a convincing 6-1 victory for Pittsburgh. Kunitz's linemate, Sidney Crosby, had a hand in all three of his goals.

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March 8th vote: Kane, Fehr, Malkin

March 1st vote: Chara, Kopecky, Bishop

February 22nd vote: Pens, Scrivens, Datsyuk

February 15th vote: Doan, Oshie, Capitals

February 8th vote: Luongo, Hedberg, Toews to Kane

February 1st vote: Prust, Hamilton, Rangers' 5-on-3 kill