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Performance Moments

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Best moment of the week? Callahan, Letestu, Clowe

Friday, 04.05.2013 / 11:30 AM / Performance Moments presented by Bridgestone

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Best moment of the week? Callahan, Letestu, Clowe
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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Callahan's short-handed goal: While short handed 5-on-3 Monday, Rangers captain Ryan Callahan raced into the Jets' zone and dragged the puck by Tobias Enstrom and Ondrej Pavelec to even the score.

Letestu's OT winner: Four minutes into overtime Sunday, Blue Jackets forward Mark Letestu scored the game-winning goal against Ducks goaltender Jonas Hiller to put Columbus back into the Western Conference playoff race.

Clowe's Broadway debut: Recently acquired Rangers forward Ryane Clowe had a smash of a Broadway debut in New York on Wednesday. A little over 5 minutes into the first period, Clowe's first goal of the season came with his new club.

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March 22nd vote: Eriksson, Doan, Vitale

March 15th vote: Sutter, Stoll, Kunitz

March 8th vote: Kane, Fehr, Malkin

March 1st vote: Chara, Kopecky, Bishop

February 22nd vote: Pens, Scrivens, Datsyuk

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