Justin Peters made 21 saves and made Radek Dvorak’s first-period goal stand up as the Hurricanes defeated the Islanders, 1-0. It was his third career shutout.
No. 2 Star: Rich Peverley, Dallas Stars
Peverley’s goal at 4:41 of overtime gave the Stars a 4-3 victory in Detroit, as his snap shot from high in the zone flew past Jimmy Howard, thanks in part to a Valeri Nichushkin screen.
No. 3 Star: Jonathan Quick, Los Angeles Kings
Quick pitched a shutout in his 300th NHL game, leading the Kings to a 2-0 victory over the Buffalo Sabres. Mike Richards and Anze Kopitar had the power-play goals.
Honorable mention: The Vancouver Canucks got goals from four different players, none named Sedin or Kesler, and defeated the San Jose Sharks, 4-2. Chris Higgins scored his sixth. Roberto Luongo made 22 saves. … Reilly Smith had a goal and an assist and Tuukka Rask made 23 saves in the Boston Bruins’ 4-1 win over the Florida Panthers. … Bobby RyanRead More »from NHL Three Stars: Peters, Quick pitch shutouts; Peverley’s OT heroics