Wanna get your mind blown, hockey fans? Then check out last night's top three plays. First was this ridiculous seeing-eye through-the-legs feed by Ottawa's Clarke MacArthur: It's one thing to go between the legs, but check out the perfect placement of this pass, absolutely divine.
But honestly, that ridiculous pass had to take a back seat to what Calgary's Reto Berra did against the Blue Jackets last night. A bicycle save? Are you kidding me? Seriously, this is the save of the century, no, the save of the millenium. The commentator subtly states: "You won't see that everyday." Translated, it means: "I've just seen god and he is wearing a waffle!"
Seriously. Best. Save. Ever. Pele has nothing on Reto Berra.
And last but not least we have the Pittsburgh Penguins taking tic-tac-toe to a brand new level, somewhere out there where ping-pong meets skydiving with a blow torch. Is this not the prettiest set of one-touch passes finished off by the coolest one-timer that you've seen in, say, the last 47,000 years? Am I getting carried away? Can you blame me? How do you not freak out when three plays like this happen on the same night in the NHL?