Welcome to the Panthers "Play Of The Week". Here fans can vote for the top moment in the 2010-11 season on a week to week basis. At the end of the season, we'll have our Top Play vote based on the top plays throughout the season.
Each week, floridapanthers.com will select the top highlights; including goals, saves and hits for you to vote on. Plus it's just another chance to see the best plays in one spot from the week past.
Take a look at the nominees below and choose the one that you think should merit "Top Play Of The Week".
*Notice - Plays are listed in chronological order and are not ranked by floridapanthers.com. WEEK 3 WINNER (Oct. 25 - Oct. 31):Booth's Penalty Shot Winner (44.1%)Watch It Here WEEK 2 WINNER (Oct. 18 - Oct. 24):Dvorak's Open Net Winner (26.5%)Watch It Here WEEK 1 WINNER (Oct. 10 - Oct. 17):Booth & Olesz' Two On One Rush (34.7%)Watch It Here
Tomas Vokoun first turns away Atlanta's Rich Peverly and then after a turnover in front of the net, turns away a wide open Niclas Bergfors with 5:44 left in the second, keeping the score at 2-1 Atlanta.
The Panthers grab the momentum early against Carolina, all thanks to David Booth. The forward rushes up the left side of the ice, chips it off the boards to himself and then follows up on his own rebound, giving the Panthers a 1-0 lead 2:05 into the game.
Sometimes patience is a virtue. Michael Frolik waits until he finally finds the passing lane to set up Stephen Weiss who one-times the pass into the back of the net to tie the score at two 12:21 into the first.
Set up earlier in the game, Stephen Weiss returns the favor for Michael Frolik as Frolik scores from a sharp angle after a nice cross-ice pass from Weiss, giving the Panthers a 6-4 lead with 2:47 left in the game.
With Carolina on a 5-on-3 power play midway through the second period, Scott Clemmensen comes up big in denying the Canes a goal, stopping captain Eric Staal, winger Erik Cole and rookie Jeff Skinner in one shift.
Hurricanes captain Eric Staal finds himself with a perfect opportunity to give his team a 2-0 advantage after a turnover in the Panthers zone but Scott Clemmensen stops him and then defenseman Dennis Wideman turns away the follow up shot.