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Gabriel Landeskog extended his point streak to eight games while leading the league with nine points in four games including three straight multi-point outings.
Kevin Fiala ended February strong by leading the NHL in scoring with nine points in four games, including four multi-point outings.
Jordan Binnington capped off a near-perfect week allowing only one goal through three starts and helping the St. Louis Blues add to their lead in the Western Conference.
Leon Draisaitl stepped up in a big way for the Edmonton Oilers by leading the NHL in points for the week with 10, highlighted by a four-point effort Tuesday against the Chicago Blackhawks.
Kyle Connor led the league in scoring for the week with eight points over four game over the weekend to help the Winnipeg Jets reclaim a playoff spot.
Considering everything the game has provided him, Mitch Marner never took playing hockey for granted.
J.T. Miller continues to make the most of his opportunity with the Vancouver Canucks.
Elvis Merzlikins has taken the NHL by storm recently, posting two shutouts including facing a career-best 41 shots in Saturday’s game to help the Columbus Blue Jackets to a perfect week.
Andrei Vasilevskiy recorded back-to-back shutouts to cap off a near-perfect week between the pipes for the Tampa Bay Lightning.
Samuel Girard started a new decade in a big way by leading NHL defencemen in overall scoring for the week with eight points, including three multi-point games.
Victor Hedman led the NHL in scoring for the week with eight points, following two-multi point games including a career-high four assists against the Montreal Canadiens.
Noel Acciari led NHL goal-scoring for the week (7-1–8) by registering the first multi-goal game of his NHL career and following it up to complete back-to-back hat tricks.
Max Pacioretty led NHL scoring for the week with eight points in four games, including back-to-back multi-point performances along a four-game goal streak.
Jack Eichel scored seven points in four games (2-5–7), including a pair of multi-point performances this past week, to extend his point streak to a career-high 13 games.
Martin Jones picked up three wins, two consecutively while appearing in back-to-back starts for the San Jose Sharks, to lead NHL netminders in the category this past week.
Brock Nelson scored five points in three games (4-1–5) as a difference-maker for the New York Islanders with his family in town to witness a special milestone.
The Hockey Hall of Fame welcomes four more great players into the Great Hall November 18 with an induction ceremony in Toronto at the iconic building.
Keith Yandle scored eight points in three games (1-7–8) including a pair of three-point performances to extend his point streak to a season-high five games.