This past week had no shortage of great highlights, but we thought the three exciting moments below stood out from the rest. 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.
Kane's tying and winning goals: On Sunday, with Chicago's historic points streak in jeopardy late in regulation against Detroit, Patrick Kane rifled a quick shot to knot the contest and send the game to overtime. He later used his patented slow-down, multiple-deke move to beat Jimmy Howard in the shootout to seal the win.
Fehr's OT winner: Thirty-seven seconds into OT Tuesday, Eric Fehr split through two Bruins defenders and roofed a shot past Tuukka Rask to complete a furious comeback from 3-0 to beat Boston, 4-3.
Malkin's leap: Penguins superstar Evgeni Malkin shocked the Tampa Bay Lightning Monday with an incredible goal. After taking the puck on a turnover, Malkin jumped over a falling Eric Brewer's stick and past Matt Carle to bury a goal behind Mathieu Garon.
March 1st vote: Chara, Kopecky, Bishop
February 22nd vote: Pens, Scrivens, Datsyuk
February 15th vote: Doan, Oshie, Capitals
February 8th vote: Luongo, Hedberg, Toews to Kane
February 1st vote: Prust, Hamilton, Rangers' 5-on-3 kill