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    Save of the Year Candidate: Carter Hutton

         When I first saw this save, I was in awe.... almost as much as the player that got robbed here. The other day, the Nashville Predators took on the Philadelphia Flyers. With about thirteen minutes remaining in the second, a Flyer dumped the puck into the Nashville zone, sending it around the boards.

         The Nashville goaltender, Carter Hutton, went behind the net to stop the puck, as man goalies do. However, the puck took a weird bounce, and deflected straight in front of the net to Flyers forward Michael Raffl, who looked straight ahead at a wide open net.

         As Raffl took his wide open shot, Hutton swooped out of nowhere from behind the net, and dove in front, making one of the most amazing glove saves you'll ever see.

         Wow is right.

         Following the game, Nashville defenseman Roman Josi told reporters:

    "That was sick," Josi said, per ESPN. "That's going to be on the highlight reel for a long time. He was more of a soccer goalie on that save."

          Sick indeed.

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    Carson, Dan. "Nashville Predators Goalie Carter Hutton Makes Ridiculous, Diving Glove Save." Bleacher Report. N.p., n.d. Web. 18 Jan. 2014.