NHL Three Stars: Booth paces Canucks, Lundqvist stones Flyers

Teemu knows heaven is watching, because that's where he's from.

No. 1 Star: David Booth, Vancouver Canucks

Booth was lethal in the Canucks' 5-2 rout of the Minnesota Wild, scoring the Canucks' first and second goals, both of them unassisted. He's been known mostly for missing the net in his time as a Canuck, but he made perfect shots on both of his goals. Watch how quickly he made Jared Spurgeon pay for this flubbed pass:

No. 2 Star: Henrik Lundqvist, New York Rangers

Lundqvist stopped 30 of 31 shots versus the Philadelphia Flyers, coming only a few minutes from his second shutout in three games. This glove save was massive:

Unfortunately for him, Jakub Voraceck cut the lead to 3-1 late in the third. But that was the final score.

No. 3 Star: Nick Bonino, Anaheim Ducks

Bonino scored the opener in Anaheim's 3-2 win over there Ducks, and led his team in shots on goals with 5.

Honorable mention: Daniel Sedin scored his first goal in 23 games... Andrew Cogliano scored the game-winner in Calgary.

Did you know? Anaheim's 22nd road victory tied a franchise record.

Dishonorable mention: Darcy Kuemper got pulled after two periods versus the Canucks. Nino Neiderreiter could face supplemental discipline for his headshot on Alex Burrows.

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