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Best moment of the week? Doan, Oshie, Capitals @NHLdotcom

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.




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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