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No. 1 Star: Matt Moulson, New York Islanders Moulson had seven shots in the Islanders' 5-4 win over the Dallas Stars. He scored on four of them. It was the third hat trick of his NHL career and his first ever 4-goal game. John Tavares added three assists. No. 2 Star: Matt Read, Philadelphia Flyers Read opened the scoring four minutes into the Flyers' tilt with the Phoenix Coyotes on an unassisted powerplay goal. He would add two helpers before the period ended with the Flyers on top by four. Philly would hold onto that lead, winning 4-2. No. 3 Star: Jarome Iginla, Calgary Flames After going down by 2 goals in the first 3 minutes Saturday night versus the Edmonton Oilers, Jarome Iginla helped the Flames immediately answer back, setting up the first of two goals they would score in the three minutes immediately following. Iginla would finish with 3 assists in the Flames' 5-3 win. Olli Jokinen scored twice. Honourable mention: Brooks Laich scored the overtime winner and...
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