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Tatar vs Nyquist

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Who is better.....

in regards to the TSN Play of the Year? The finals have started today with both Wings players as the final 2.

http://poy.tsn.ca

Tatar's Goal

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LiMUFOARm2c

Nyquist's Goal

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4f8__aC9R_Q

For those wondering last year's player (that's right, not plural) in the finals was Datsyuk.

http://www.tsn.ca/nhl/story/?id=425997

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nah its Tatar for me on this one. Don't get me wrong, Nyquist's was incredible too, I just liked Tatar's more.

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I like how noodles was like I've been getting a lot of heat for not picking any wings players to win, so here I am voting for Tatar... He does realize we aren't retarded and know he is only doing it cause they are both wings players and he has no choice right? lol. he acts he had a choice lmao

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I like Tatar's goal. However Nyquist's goal was more important for the Wings. Earned 2 points to put them in playoffs. 50/50.

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I just saw that on TSN and am quite impressed that Detroit players keep on being final candidates ... we're really lucky to have such skilled players.

Tatar - 1 vote

Nyquist - 1 vote

Geeks, time to turn on the bots for the Goose, he's way behind.

Edited by RedWingsRox

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That's the joke... :|

I like how noodles was like I've been getting a lot of heat for not picking any wings players to win, so here I am voting for Tatar... He does realize we aren't retarded and know he is only doing it cause they are both wings players and he has no choice right? lol. he acts he had a choice lmao

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Lest we forget Jamie McLennan's final moments as an NHL player...

Might explain why he never voted for a Red Wing until he had no choice...

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Lest we forget Jamie McLennan's final moments as an NHL player...

From his wiki page:

On April 21, 2007, in a playoff game against the Detroit Red Wings, McLennan came in the game to relieve Kiprusoff, who had given up five goals. He was in the game for a total of 18 seconds before he slashed Red Wings forward Johan Franzén twice in the leg. He was due to be assessed a minor penalty, but shortly after play was stopped, he violently slashed Franzén in the stomach and was ejected from the game.[2] McLennan was suspended five games for the incident and the Flames lost Game 6 the next day. Coach Jim Playfair and the Flames organization were also heavily fined, in part because the NHL made actions late in games that were out of hand a particular point of emphasis. The incident was thought to be out of character for McLennan by stunned broadcasters Pierre McGuire and Ed Olczyk. In his book, McLennan said that his initial slashes against Franzén were an effort to spark his team. He also admitted that he hit Franzén in the stomach because he thought he was skating towards him to throw a retaliatory punch. He wrote that he instantly regretted the decision and sent an apology to the Detroit dressing room after the game.

:hysterical:

No way in the world he thought Franzen was coming after him. First, he was obviously skating to the side, not towards the net.

Second, the worst Johan would have done would be to ****** his mouthguard*. That hardly rates swinging for the fences.

*Yes, I know that's not actually the case. It's a joke!

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Tats' goal was nicer from an aesthetic perspective - which is what the title is awarded for. Nyquist's was all heart but wasn't all that pretty in comparison. So my vote goes to Tats.

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I like both goals a lot, Tats goal showed more end to end skills but Nyquist absolutely scored from an unbelievable ankle whoever wins deserves it.

Pasha just being Pasha "you are the best, I'm just a regular hockeyplayer" the man is just wow.

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