Literal children's book monster Zdeno Chara roars at an approaching opponent, who immediately left the puck behind and scrambled to safety.
No. 1 Star: Tyler Seguin, Dallas Stars
Seguin absolutely went off in the second period of the Stars 5-1 win over the Philadelphia Flyers, turning a one-goal deficit into a three-goal lead with three goals and an assist in the middle frame. Valeri Nichushkin, who seems to be getting the hang of this hockey thing, was in on all 4 of those goals as well, scoring the one Seguin didn't. Here's the hat trick:
No. 2 Star: James Van Riemsdyk, Toronto Maple Leafs
Van Riemsdyk led the Maple Leafs to a 4-3 shootout win over the Ottawa Senators, scoring the game's first goal, assisting on two others, then scoring again in the shootout.
No. 3 Star: Zdeno Chara, Boston Bruins
In addition to being his usual, terrifying force of nature and one of hockey's most dominant defenders, Chara was on the ice for all three Boston goals, including the two they scored inRead More »from NHL Three Stars: Seguin pulls trick on Flyers; Chara leads Bruins’ comeback