Vote On Last Week's Top Plays
Monday, 03.12.2012 / 4:39 PM / Features
By Glen Andresen - Manager of Social Media
Week 22: Kassian Bags His First | Week 21: Clutterbuck Goes Coast To Coast | Week 20: Rau Fools Thomas | Week 19: Koivu To Seto In The Slot | Week 18: Heatley Connects In Midair | 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 went to Matt Kassian, who bagged his first career NHL goal after a slick move and setup by his linemate, Darroll Powe. Not a bad start to an NHL goal scoring career. Your first ends up as the top play of the week.
This week, there were a few plays that stood out among the rest. Steven Kampfer tallied his first goal as a member of the Wild with a beautiful snipe, but only after a great effort by Matt Cullen to send a pass across while down on the ice. Matt Hackett was pressed into action against Phoenix when Josh Harding went down to injury, but he came up big right away with a paddle save on All-Star Keith Yandle. And Erik Christensen broke out on Sunday with a pair of goals, the second of which earned him a shot at this week's top play: