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Then there were two

by Staff Writer / Montréal Canadiens
MONTRÉAL -- The time has come. After sifting through countless acrobatic saves, highlight reel goals and pretty plays, the Play of the Year comes down to just two.

This year, the final head-to-head battle takes place at opposite ends of the rink. First up in the red corner: the defending champion, Carey Price. Thanks to a trademark flashing of the leather, the Canadiens’ netminder makes his second-straight appearance in the final by sprawling out to rob the Thrashers’ Eric Boulton of an almost-certain goal. 

In the blue corner, is a doozy from the Habs’ electrifying playoff run this spring. Michael Cammalleri didn’t just lead the NHL in playoff goals, he did so with his usual flair. Among the more memorable of his league-high 13 goals was his hand-eye coordination display against the Penguins when he kicked the puck into the air before swatting it past a beleaguered Marc-Andre Fleury.

Now it’s all up to you to decide who will be our Play of the Year champion!

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