The NHL Play of the Year showdown continues today with a veteran playmaker taking on arguably the world's best goaltender.
The third quarterfinal matchup sees Henrik Zetterberg of the Detroit Red Wings and Montreal Canadiens netminder Carey Price going head-to-head.
Zetterberg's effort comes to us from the trick-shot discipline. The Red Wings captain seems to be looking for the open man in the crease when he cycles behind the Nashville Predators' net. However, he catches everyone by surprise by ricocheting a shot off Predators' netminder Marek Mazanec, hit his shoulder, then the back of his head and then the crossbar before dropping into the net.
Price looked more like a fish out of water than a goaltender for the dramatic save he made against the Chicago Blackhawks. After making a reasonably easy save against Brandon Saad, Price makes a stellar paddle stop against Andrew Desjardins. That would have probably been enough to make the Play of the Year tournament, but after the puck made an unusual bounce off his stick, Price turns his body and makes a sprawling, punching save to keep the puck out.
Zetterberg defeated St. Louis Blues' sniper Vladamir Tarasenko in the Round of 16 while Price advanced over Tyler Ennis of the Buffalo Sabres.
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