No. 1 Star: Tyler Seguin, Boston Bruins
Phil Kessel does nothing against the Bruins, Tyler Seguin posts a hat trick against the Toronto Maple Leafs. Despite their places in the standings, it feels like order has been temporarily restored in the NHL. Seguin opened the scoring in the first on the power play; he completed the trick in the second period with a pair of goals. Patrice Bergeron assisted on all three, as the Bruins won 7-0. Here's the trick; that second goal was something special:
No. 2 Star: David Legwand, Nashville Predators
The Preds veteran opened the scoring on the road at the San Jose Sharks, 1:02 into the second period. He closed the scoring at 2:53 of overtime, tipping home a pass from Francis Boullion for the 4-3 Nashville win. He was a plus-3 in the game. Pekka Rinne made 35 saves, and Ryan Suter scored on the power play to tie the game in the third. Martin Havlat scored his first as a Shark; Joe Pavelski notched his ninth.
No. 3 Star: Adam Henrique, New Je...