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NHL Three Stars: Martin Havlat tricks Avs; Brewer leads Bolts

Workers gather hats thrown onto the ice by fans after San Jose Sharks' Martin Havlat's third goal of the NHL hockey game against the Colorado Avalanche, during the third period Friday, April 11, 2014, in San Jose, Calif. San Jose won 5-1
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Workers gather hats thrown onto the ice by fans after San Jose Sharks' Martin Havlat's third goal of the NHL hockey game against the Colorado Avalanche, during the third period Friday, April 11, 2014, in San Jose, Calif. San Jose won 5-1. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)

No. 1 Star: Martin Havlat, San Jose Sharks

Havlat scored a natural hat trick in the third period – including an empty net goal with 4:56 remaining, because Patrick Roy is nutty like that – as the San Jose Sharks routed the Colorado Avalanche, 5-1. Havlat also had an assist on Patrick Marleau’s 33rd goal. Alex Stalock made 32 saves.

 No. 2 Star: Eric Brewer, Tampa Bay Lightning

Brewer rarely scores, let alone pots two in a game. But he tallied twice in a 3:12 span to lead the Tampa Bay Lightning to a 3-2 win over Columbus. Kristers Gudlevskis made 36 saves for his first NHL win.

No. 3 Star: Kari Lehtonen, Dallas Stars

Lehtonen made 22 saves for the shutout as the Dallas Stars clinched a playoff spot in a 3-0 win over the St. Louis Blues. Tyler Seguin scored goal No. 37 in the victory.

Honorable mention: Cam Ward made 28 saves to make two first period goals stand up in the Carolina Hurricanes’ 2-1 win over the Detroit Red Wings. … Jaroslav Halak made 34 saves, Jay Beagle scored two goals and Alex Ovechkin notched his 51st in the Washington Capitals’ 4-0 win over the Chicago Blackhawks. … The New York Islanders scored on all three attempts against Marty Brodeur in the shootout, beating the New Jersey Devils, 3-2. … Carl Klingberg scored his first NHL goal in the Winnipeg Jets’ 5-3 win over the Calgary Flames, and boy was he happy:

Did You Know? Sean Monahan scored his 22nd goal, the most for a Flames rookie since Paul Ranheim (26) and Sergei Makarov (24) in 1989-90.

Dishonorable mention: Reto Berra was pulled after giving up two goals on five shots. … Paul Stastny, Nathan MacKinnon and Gabe Landeskog were all a minus-3. … The New Jersey Devils dropped to 0-13 in the shootout in the season.

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