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Brunette's Tip Named Play of the Game

by - Official Site of the Colorado Avalanche / Colorado Avalanche
The results are in, and Andrew Brunette's deflection goal off a John-Michael Liles shot was voted as the Avalanche's "Play of the Game."

Brunette's tip-in tally garnered over 45% of your votes.

Hundreds of fans cast their vote for Tuesday's "Play of the Game," with voting being conducted on

Results from the voting are as follows:

Brunette's Tip -45.71% of fan votes
Andrew Brunette scored his fourth goal of the playoffs at the 8:08 mark of the second period. With the Avs on a power play, Brunette tipped a John-Michael Liles point shot high over Chris Osgood’s shoulder.

McLeod from Hensick
-35.00% of fan votes
Cody McLeod notched his first career playoff goal to give Colorado a 1-0 lead only 5:17 into the game. With a delayed penalty being called on Detroit, McLeod tipped a T.J. Hensick shot between Detroit netminder Chris Osgood’s legs.

Brunette's Rebound -19.29% of fan votes
Andrew Brunette notched his second power-play goal of the contest at 5:19 of the third period. With the Avs down two goals, Joe Sakic put a wrist shot on net, the rebound of which was knocked home by Brunette.

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