Patrick Kane tweeted this photo of Lebron James, whose visiting Heat saw their win streak end at the hands of the Chicago Bulls. That's right: Kane's mere presence means wins for Chicago. Even in basketball.
No. 1 Star: Tommy Wingels, San Jose Sharks
The Sharks won their second straight over the Anaheim Ducks in a rout, 4-0, led by the three-point night of Wingels. The Sharks' forward had 2 assists and a shorthanded goal to lead his club.
No. 2 Star: Michael Cammalleri, Calgary Flames
Cammalleri led the way for the Flames in a 4-3 win over the Colorado Avalanche. He had two goals, and narrowly missed out on the hat trick goal in the game's dying seconds.
No. 3 Star: Patrice Bergeron, Boston Bruins
The Bruins and Montreal Canadiens combined for an instant classic, won by Montreal 6-5 in a shootout. The Bruins had the best player on the ice, however, as Bergeron contributed four points -- a goal and an assist -- in the loss. Plus he won an absurd 23 of 34 faceoffs.
Honourable mention: Brent Burns scored again and Antti Niemi made 22 saves for a shutout in San Jose... The Minnesota Wild won their seventh straight, 4-3 over the Phoenix Coyotes, thanks to the late heroics of Mikko Koivu and Ryan Suter. Koivu scored the overtime winner. Suter scored the game-tying goal with less than a minute to go: