The Red Wings were certainly the cardiac kids in the first round, dispatching the Ducks in seven games. Four of the seven required overtime, three of which Detroit won.
1. Gustav Nyquist scored the game-winning goal of Game 2 in Anaheim at the 1:21 mark of overtime. His first career NHL playoff goal won the game 5-4, evened the series 1-1, and shifted home-ice advantage in Detroit's favor.
2. Damien Brunner showed tremendous hockey IQ by going to the net and following up on a play.
Joakim Andersson sent a stretch pass to Gustav Nyquist, who had it poked off his stick by Jonas Hiller. Brunner followed up on the play after the puck bounced off defenseman Bryan Allen and Hiller and deposited it into the back of net. The goal came at the 15:10 mark of overtime, winning the game 3-2 and tying the series at two apiece.
3. Henrik Zetterberg's goal shown above was the biggest of the three. At the 2:03 mark of the video, Pavel Datsyuk wins a faceoff back to Niklas Kronwall. Kronwall taps the puck over to Zetterberg, who blasts one through Abdelkader's screen and behind Jonas Hiller.
This goal surpasses the others because of Henrik Zetterberg's clutch play in this Game 6. After blowing another third-period lead, Detroit was forced to regroup for overtime in order to save its season.