By Allan Muir, SI.com
1. Johan Franzen, Red Wings: The Mule carried the mail as he has all series for Detroit, scoring three times as the Red Wings completed the sweep of the Avs with an 8-2 smackdown in Denver. In doing so, he became the first player with two hat tricks in the same series since Jari Kurri in 1985. Franzen's nine goals over the four games equaled the number mustered by the entire Avs roster.
2. Henrik Zetterberg, Red Wings: His four-point effort was enough to earn him a star, but but Zetterberg potted one tonight that'll be remembered long after the rest of his playoff goals are forgotten. After his first attempt from the slot was rebuffed by Peter Budaj, Zetterberg spun through both Adam Foote and David Jones, retrieved his rebound with his back to the net, and buried a no-look backhander for what might have been the prettiest goal of the postseason.
3. Jaromir Jagr, Rangers: In the wake of a disappointing Game 3 loss to the Penguins at Madison Square Garden, Jagr faced the media and announced that the series was far from over. Then, like another legendary Rangers captain who promised victory, Jagr backed up his words with a masterful three-point performance. His first goal epitomized the playoff mantra of taking a hit to make a play. Using his size and speed to drive down the middle, Jagr unleashed a rocket of a wrister a split second before he was annihilated by Pittsburgh defender Brooks Orpik. His spirit set the tone for the rest of the game, and gave the Rangers a chance to take the series back to Pittsburgh.