Tampa’s talented right wing and the NHL’s leading scorer, reeled off four consecutive multi-point games over the past week, and also lit up the scoresheet with five points last night.
With all eyes on Patrice Bergeron as he skated in his 1,000th NHL game, he proved just why he's enjoyed such longevity in a week he played OT hero and co-led the league in goals.
Carter Hart turned the page on the month of January carrying a six-game winning streak while helping the Phildalphia Flyers to a perfect 4-0-0 week.
Mika Zibanejad (5-2–7 over 3 GP) led the league in goals scored, three of them consecutive game-winners for the New York Rangers to head into their bye week with a win streak.
Jordan Binnington hit the ground running with his first NHL start by earning his first shutout in the league, only to cruise to three straight wins over the week.
Johnny Gaudreau entered a new year on the heels of a strong December while earning his fifth straight NHL All-Star nod and leading league scoring.
Mathew Barzal came out of the holiday break on a tear with a pair of performances that helped him co-lead the week's scoring.
Sergei Bobrovsky recorded a pair of shutouts to bookend a four-win week between the pipes for the Blue Jackets.
Mark Scheifele was the league's top point-getter (5-6–11) over four games and factored on all three overtime goals for the Winnipeg Jets, who enjoyed a perfect week.
Louis Domingue continued to do his part to help his league-leading Tampa Bay Lightning (23-7-1, 47 points) to a perfect week while extending his personal winning streak to a career-high five games.
It was trial by fire for Adin Hill, who responded with three straight wins and his first NHL career shutout after being summoned to action Tuesday by the Arizona Coyotes.
NHLPA members have a little extra incentive for their hat tricks this season, and with an 11-goal week featuring a pair of them, Patrik Laine is cleaning up for charity.
A career-high, the league-lead in points and a move up the Columbus Blue Jackets franchise leaderboard all highlighted Cam Atkinson's week – but he didn't forget to put in the work away from the rink.
Blake Wheeler co-led the league with six assists as part of his seven-point week (1-6–7) which featured a career first.
Just nine games into his NHL career, Elias Pettersson continues to lead rookie scoring on the heels of a seven-point week while setting a franchise record.
With three consecutive multi-point outings fueled by a team-high five goals and seven points, Sidney Crosby helped the Penguins sweep through Canada.
Nathan MacKinnon led the league with seven points, alongside Colorado Avalanche captain Gabriel Landeskog, while building his season-opening point streak to eight games.
Auston Matthews scored his league-leading 10th goal of the season to extend a six-game point streak (10-4–14), while showing some flair away from the rink as well.
Claude Giroux finished 2017-18 strong earning his first NHL career regular-season hat trick while setting a career high in points as his club punched their ticket to the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
Kyle Connor posted a six-point week featuring two overtime goals, moving into a tie for the rookie lead in goals, all while helping the Winnipeg Jets to close out a perfect week with a playoff berth.