Found October 24, 2011 on Puck Daddy:
No. 1 Star: Jacob Markstrom, Florida Panthers The 21-year old Markstrom stole the show in Montreal as the Panthers edged the Canadiens 2-1. Making his second NHL start, Markstrom made 40 saves as Florida received goals from Tomas Fleischmann and Scottie Upshall. The rookie Markstrom likely won the starting job with his performance in net: No. 2 Star: Jaromir Jagr, Philadelphia Flyers It was vintage Jagr during Philadelphia's 4-2 win over the Toronto Maple Leafs. No. 68 scored twice and setup one of Scott Hartnell's two tallies to open his goal account on the season. The goals were Jagr's first in the NHL since April 6, 2008. Both Jagr goals came in the form of breakaways with his first one beginning with a beautiful feed from Claude Giroux and ending with an old-school salute: No. 3 Star: Martin Biron, New York Rangers Spelling Henrik Lundqvist for his first start of the year, Biron stopped 28 shots as the Rangers ended their Canadian road trip 3-1-0 with a 2-1 win ov...
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