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Vote On Last Week's Top Plays

Monday, 01.10.2011 / 2:30 PM / News
By Glen Andresen  - Manager of Social Media
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Vote On Last Week\'s Top Plays


Year Ten promises to feature some amazing plays by the boys in green and red, but we want some help in picking the best as the season goes along. Each week, we'll ask fans to vote on their favorite plays from each week of Wild action. At the end of the regular season, the winner from each week will be put into an end of season video, and fans will be asked to select the play of the year.

Last week, Pierre-Marc Bouchard took the top honors by driving home a slap shot to force overtime against the Phoenix Coyotes in a thrilling 6-5 victory.      

Last week was another four-game week, which included three Wild road wins. Once again, there were plenty of plays to choose from, but a couple Top Play standbys will be challenged by the NHL's Third Star of the Week, Jose Theodore. Cal Clutterbuck's unassisted marker will go up against another drive to the net by Martin Havlat, and a diving glove save by Theodore:


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