No. 1 Star: Josh Harding, Minnesota Wild
One of the best efforts of Saturday night, and probably its most inspirational story, too. Harding previously took the Detroit Red Wings to a shootout this season, losing in the skills competition. On Saturday at home, he made 36 saves against the Wings in a 1-0 victory. It was the injury-plagued backup's first win since March 2010 and his first shutout since Jan. 2010. Dany Heatley had the game's only goal.
No. 2 Star: Claude Giroux, Philadelphia Flyers
In a cathartic game for the Flyers, Giroux had a goal and three assists to fuel Philly's 5-1 win over the Carolina Hurricanes. He assisted on Scott Hartnell's first-period goal, Jaromir Jagr's (who had two goals) and Max Talbot's goals in the third, and scored a goal of his own (No. 7) in the final frame.
No. 3 Star: Dwayne Roloson, Tampa Bay Lightning
Making his first start since Oct. 17, Roloson stopped all 28 shots he faced in the Lightning's 1-0 victory over the Winnipeg Je...