MONTREAL – Did Carey leave you awestruck with a highlight-reel save? Did one of Cammy’s one-timers get your mojo going? Did P.K. give you chills in his rookie year?
Throughout the season, you voted for your favorite play of the week. That may have marked the end of the road for the two finalists each week, but the winners are still in the hunt to be tagged the 2010-11 Play of the Year. The annual showdown is upon us and it’s time to elect a winner.
Thanks to nine extra-special stops this season, Carey Price
is in the hunt for the three-peat after taking top honors in 2008-09 and 2009-10. The competition is stronger than ever for the Anahim Lake, BC native this year, with another young star poised to knock off the reigning champ.
In his first full NHL season, P.K. Subban
put spin-o-ramas back on the map and points on the board. Even some of P.K.’s best hits are in the hunt to spoil Price’s bid for a third PoY title, but it won’t be easy for the 22-year-old.
While the two young stars have more than their share of entries in the bracket, there are a few underdogs who will be looking to play the spoiler this spring. Eller, White, Cammalleri, Kostitsyn, Desharnais, Pacioretty, Gionta, Darche, Pouliot and Plekanec are all in the mix to dethrone Price this time around.
It’s up to you to choose. There will be a new match-up every day so don’t forget to vote early and often for your 2010-11 canadiens.com Play of the Year champion!SEE ALSO2010-11 Play of the year bracketWiz the Warrior Raphael Diaz signed by the Canadiens Good as new