After six weeks of voting, forward David Jones
' overtime goal from April 10 against the Edmonton Oilers was named the Avalanche's "Play of the Year" for the 2010-11 season.
In the final round, Jones beat out another one of his goals (an overtime winner on Jan. 4 against Buffalo) to earn the title.
He had previously topped plays by Philippe Dupuis, Matt Duchene (twice) and himself (a tally on Oct. 12 against Detroit) en route to the finals.
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Play of the Year: #1 Jones Caps Things Off
The top-rated play in the tournament ended up being the winner in the 2010-11 "Play of the Year" competition. Jones' OT tally in the season finale earned 63.22% of the votes, compared to his other overtime winner on Jan. 4 against Buffalo, which garnered 36.78%.
#1 Jones Caps Things Off – 4/10 vs. Edmonton
closed out the Avalanche’s season and sent captain Adam Foote out as a winner when he netted an overtime goal against Edmonton. Jones went to his backhand to knock home the rebound of a Matt Duchene
shot, setting a new franchise record in the process with his third OT tally of the season.