Vote On Last Week's Top Plays
Monday, 02.06.2012 / 5:44 PM / Minnesota Wild | Features
By Glen Andresen - Manager of Social Media
Week 17: McMillan Finishes the Break | Week 16: Brodziak Finishes Passing Display | Week 15: Clutterbuck Scores For Jabs | Week 14: Gustafsson's Golden Save | Week 13: Staubitz Benches Peckham | Week 12: Spurgeon Turns Goalie | Week 11: Koivu Ties It | Week 10: Brodziak's Falling Backhand | Week 9: Brodziak's Triple Effort | Week 8: Bouchard's Pick and Finish | Week 7: Koivu's Individual Effort | Week 6: Clutterbuck's No-Look Setup |Week 5: Latendresse's Handiwork | Week 4: Harding's Blocker Magic | Week 3: Heatley Beats The Clock | Week 2: Cullen's Snipe | Week 1: Heatley's Sick Tip | 2010-2011 Winner: Backstrom gets the skate up
Last week's winner came from a guy who hadn't scored a goal for the Wild thus far this season. That changed when Carson McMillan finished off a pretty breakaway to score the game-winner against the Colorado Avalanche on January 24.
This week, the nominees come from guys who played on the same line all week. Dany Heatley scored one of his two goals against Nashville by knocking a pass down and batting it out of the air. Heatley's two linemates connected on the other two plays. Nick Johnson made a power rush from behind the net for a tap in for Kyle Brodziak for one. The other was a Johnson to Brodziak connection again, this time with Brodziak having to do a little more work to finish off a breakaway with a shoulder fake and tuck in: