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 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
Using the power play to their advantage, defenseman Dennis Wideman ties the score at one against Toronto with a blast with 5:32 left in the second.
Taking the drop pass from Dennis Wideman, captain Bryan McCabe nets his first of the year with a blast from the point on a Panthers power play, giving them a 1-0 lead 10:02 into the first against Ottawa.
Taken down on a breakaway, forward David Booth nets his fourth goal of the season as he beats Carey Price by going backhand, forehand, topshelf to give the Panthers a 2-1 lead 11:19 into the second period. The goal holds up as the game-winner.
Pressing to tie the score at two and on a 5-on-3 power play, Montreal's Andrei Kostitsyn is denied by Tomas Vokoun. With Vokoun out of position, Dennis Wideman uses his skate to stop the puck going in on Brian Gionta's rebound chance 46 seconds into the third period