Team Canada goalie Mark Visentin pitched a shutout in the bronze-medal game of the world junior hockey championship yesterday, but wouldn't have gotten the clean sheet without one of the most amazing saves ever.
Of course, Boston fans know a little bit about amazing saves. Bruins goalie Tim Thomas was the star of the Stanley Cup playoffs, and his stick-save against the Lightning in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference finals was as jaw-dropping as they come.
So we put forth the evidence in the videos embedded and ask: Which one was better? Cast your vote.
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