No. 1 Star: David Desharnais, Montreal Canadiens
Desharnais scored twice in the Canadiens' come-from-behind 4-3 win over the Boston Bruins. His second goal was the big one: A little over three minutes after Max Pacioretty had tied the game in the third period, Desharnais put the Canadiens up in the nasty affair for good.
No. 2 Star: Derek Roy, Dallas Stars
After going down early to the St. Louis Blues, the Dallas Stars scored four unanswered for a 4-1 victory, and Roy was a part of three of them, with a goal and two assists.
No. 3 Star: Patrick Kane, Chicago Blackhawks
Kane was the difference in the Blackhawks' 2-1 win over the Detroit Red Wings, even if he waited until the game was nearly over to be it. He scored the game-tying goal with just two minutes to go, then iced it in the shootout. I'd say he singlehandedly kept the Hawks' streak alive, except that Corey Crawford was pretty good too, making 32 saves.
Honourable mention: Jiri Hudler had 2 assists in the Calgary Flames 4-2 win over the Vancouver Canucks... Jonathan Huberdeau scored twice for the Florida Panthers, but they needed three. They fell 3-2 to the Carolina Hurricanes... Artem Anisimov scored the overtime winner as the Columbus Blue Jackets finished on top of the Colorado Avalanche, 2-1... John Tavares and Frans Nielsen scored for the New York Islanders in the shootout to give them a 3-2 win over the Ottawa Senators. Tavares did so with that lovely Forsberg move that always looks so pretty when done properly: