No. 1 Star: Lauri Korpikoski, Phoenix Coyotes
Korpikoski's first goal against the Anaheim Ducks gave Phoenix a 2-1, but it was his goal 1:01 after Corey Perry tied things up gave the Coyotes the lead for good in a 5-2 win. Shane Doan assisted on both of Korpikoski's goals and added an empty-netter late in the third period and Ilya Bryzgalov made 36 saves for his 30th win.
No. 2 Star: Chris Kunitz, Pittsburgh Penguins
Just over 24 hours after being shutout by Montreal, the Penguins bounced back with a 5-1 victory over the Edmonton Oilers. Kunitz tallied twice to give him 20 on the year and Marc-Andre Fleury made 28 saves. Tyler Kennedy registered three helpers and Matt Cooke recorded one for his 300th NHL point.
No. 3 Star: Tyler Ennis, Buffalo Sabres
Hours after the team learned about the passing of Rick Martin, Ennis powered the Sabres past the Ottawa Senators with a two-goal night during a 6-4 win. Fellow rookie Jhonas Enroth stopped 34 shots for his third straight victory. Ennis' first goal came at even-strength, despite how Ottawa's defense played it:
Honorable mention: After Jonathan Toews' goal with 39 seconds left in regulation forced overtime, Mike Knuble waited until there was 1:09 left in the extra period to give Washington a 4-3 victory over Chicago. Braden Holtby made 27 saves for his sixth win in seven starts. Toews' goal gives him 31 points in his last 19 games ... Jamie Langenbrunner's game-tying goal with 43 seconds to go in the third didn't hold up long as 23 seconds later Michal Handzus put home the winner for Los Angeles. The Kings' 3-2 win over Dallas gives them a 7-2-1 record in their last 10 games ... Corey Perry's two goals now give him five in his last three games.
Did you know? Honoring Rick Martin, every Sabres player wore a helmet sticker featuring Martin's name, his uniform number 7, and a fleur-de-lis. The coaching staff wore the sticker on their lapels. (AP)
Here's the pre-game tribute for Martin:
Dishonorable mention: Edmonton managed just two shots in the first period against Pittsburgh ... Chicago has now lost three in a row.