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Performance Moments

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Performance Moments presented by Bridgestone

Best moment of the week? Sutter, Stoll, Kunitz

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

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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.

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Best moment of the week? Kane, Fehr, Malkin

Friday, 03.08.2013 / 1:08 PM / Performance Moments presented by Bridgestone

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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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Kane's tying and winning goals:
On Sunday, with Chicago's historic points streak in jeopardy late in regulation against Detroit, Patrick Kane rifled a quick shot to knot the contest and send the game to overtime. He later used his patented slow-down, multiple-deke move to beat Jimmy Howard in the shootout to seal the win.

Fehr's OT winner: Thirty-seven seconds into OT Tuesday, Eric Fehr split through two Bruins defenders and roofed a shot past Tuukka Rask to complete a furious comeback from 3-0 to beat Boston, 4-3.

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Best moment of the week? Chara, Kopecky, Bishop

Friday, 03.01.2013 / 2:06 PM / Performance Moments presented by Bridgestone

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There were plenty of terrific performances to choose from this week. Below are three of the most exciting moments from the last seven days. 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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Chara's spin-o-rama goal:
On Sunday, Boston captain Zdeno Chara pulled off a sensational spin-o-rama move prior to scoring a top-shelf backhand goal. After entering the Panthers zone, Chara spun around a Panthers defenseman, went wide and scored the B's second goal of the game.

Kopecky's first hat trick: Panthers winger Tomas Kopecky frustrated the Pittsburgh Penguins all night Tuesday, netting his first career NHL hat trick to lift Florida to a 6-4 win.

Bishop's endgame: Senators backup goalie Ben Bishop proved why he was named the NHL's "Third Star" for the week ending Feb. 24. He made 44 saves to help the Sens beat the Montreal Canadiens 2-1 in a shootout at Scotiabank Place.

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Best moment of the week? Pens, Scrivens, Datsyuk

Friday, 02.22.2013 / 12:30 PM / Performance Moments presented by Bridgestone

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

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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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Best moment of the week? Doan, Oshie, Capitals

Friday, 02.15.2013 / 12:45 PM / Performance Moments presented by Bridgestone

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

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Doan's backhander and OT winner:
Coyotes captain Shane Doan scored twice Monday against the Avalanche. In the first period, he was able to score on a wraparound and in OT, Doan secured the win for Phoenix after a lucky bounce off a pass that hit a referee.

Oshie's effort: On the penalty kill vs. Detroit, Blues forward T.J. Oshie raced out of the St. Louis zone and passed the puck while falling down to set up Patrik Berglund for a shorthanded tally.

Capitals complete comeback: Down 5-4 late in the third period vs. Florida, Washington's Alex Ovechkin wristed home the game-tying goal off a faceoff. Then, just seconds into overtime, Troy Brouwer stuffed the puck past Scott Clemmensen's right pad to ice the game.

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Best moment of the week? Lu, Moose, Toews to Kane

Friday, 02.08.2013 / 2:05 PM / Performance Moments presented by Bridgestone

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There's been plenty of terrific performances so far this season. Below are three of the most exciting moments from this past week. After you watch these videos, be sure to vote on what play you think deserves to be the Bridgestone Performance Moment of the Week.

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OT penalty shot save:
Taylor Hall was awarded a penalty shot with 2:47 gone in overtime after being hooked down by Daniel Sedin on a breakaway. Roberto Luongo was up to the challenge and easliy thwarted Hall's attempt.

Hedberg stands his ground: Facing a rush by the Islanders' top line, Devils goalie Johan Hedberg uses his right pad to knock away a quick shot from New York's Matt Moulson and keep the Isles off the scoreboard.

Toews to Kane: During a 4-on-4 against San Jose, Jonathan Toews steals the puck from behind Sharks defenseman Douglas Murray and sets up an easy open net goal by Patrick Kane to put Chicago ahead by two.

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Best moment of the week? Prust, Hamilton, 5-on-3 kill

Friday, 02.01.2013 / 1:00 PM / Performance Moments presented by Bridgestone

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What a great start to the season! Below are three of the most exciting moments so far. After you watch these videos, be sure to vote on what play you think deserves to be the Bridgestone Performance Moment of the Week.

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