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Quick shift: Shea Weber's blast and the annoyed John Tortorella cutout
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Quick shift: Shea Weber's blast and the annoyed John Tortorella cutout

Published Jan. 31, 2014 11:29 p.m. ET

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Shea Weber scored a goal only Shea Weber can score.

The Team Canada Olympian also potted the game-winner in OT to give the Predators a 3-2 win.

In fact, it may have been prettier than his first, believe it or not — you€” be the judge:


Shot of the night

Hurricanes captain Eric Staal didn'€™t find his way onto the score sheet in Carolina's 3-1 win over the St. Louis Blues, but this photo is just plain sweet:

Luckily for the 'Canes, others contribued, including Andrej Sekera and Nathan Gerbe, who teamed up on the cross-ice play below.

Cutout Comedy

Even with Canucks coach John Tortorella serving a suspension and Mike Sullivan filling in, fans in Winnipeg put an angry Tortorella behind the bench. With Vancouver now 3-7-0 in its last 10 after losing late in regulation to the Jets on Friday, that might have been the face Tortorella would have made had he been there.

"And this one will last a lifetime!"

Rangers broadcaster Sam Rosen was honored by the team for 30 years of play-by-play. His most famous call, from the Rangers'€™ 1994 Stanley Cup Game Seven victory, can be heard below:

Making the night more special, the Rangers collected their third straight win in a 4-1 final over the instate rival Islanders.

Sam Rosen (fourth from right) is honored for his work throughout the years with the New York Rangers organization before the team's game vs. the Islanders.

Extra time in Detriot

Let's start off-topic and just say Capitals goalie Michal Neuvirth's got a pretty nice glove hand:

However, even despite the acrobatics of the Washington goalie, the Capitals need a goal from winger Alex Ovechkin to force OT. After no result through five minutes of 4-on-4, the Red Wings were able to finally sneak one past Neuvirth in the shootout, as Patrick Eaves found space on the glove side in the seventh round for the 4-3 decision. Here's your winner:


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