As records fell throughout the 2014-15 season, the Nashville Predators simply continued to find even more creative ways to light the lamp, all while Pekka Rinne and Carter Hutton notched save after save.
A few weeks ago, we asked you, the fan, to cast your vote and help narrow down 15 of the finest plays from the regular season to a definitive Top 10 list. After thousands of votes, here are the best plays of the 2014-15 campaign from 10 to one:
10) Mattias Ekholm splits between two defenders, falls to his knees and then beats a stunned Carey Price:
9) Two defensemen show they can work a 2-on-1 chance just fine:
8) James Neal notches a natural hat trick (and the game-winning goal) versus the Blackhawks: 7) Taylor Beck dishes a no-look pass to Matt Cullen from his knees:
6) Once again, Filip Forsberg does it all by himself. The 1-0, overtime, game winner: 5) Since routine saves were getting boring, Pekka Rinne uses the back of his leg for a kick save:
4) All five Preds skaters touch the puck and then a tic-tac-goal from the Nine line helps the Preds score:
3) James Neal chops down Matt Niskanen's pass, skates in on Braden Holtby and registers the game winner:
2) Pekka Rinne stones three Sharks and throws in a save after the whistle for good measure: 1) Carter Hutton defies logic to deny a goal and preserve a Preds win (*also voted No. 1 on SportsCenter):
Thanks to all the fans that voted! What an incredible season it was and the next one is just around the corner.