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Carey Price – Montreal’s star netminder returned to the crease and stopped all 36 shots that he faced in Saturday’s 3-0 win over Buffalo; he had been out of the lineup for more than three weeks with a lower-body injury, and had a .867 save percentage in his previous eight starts.
Alex Ovechkin – The Capitals sniper notched a hat trick in Saturday’s 4-2 win at Toronto, giving him six points (5 G, 1 A) in the past five games, and he now has a league-leading 18 goals in 25 games.
Taylor Hall – New Jersey’s star winger tallied a goal and two assists in Friday’s 3-2 win against Vancouver, and added a goal and an assist in Saturday’s 4-3 overtime win at Detroit. He has nine points (3 G, 6 A) in the past seven games.
Tyler Seguin – The Dallas centre had a hat trick in Friday’s 6-4 win against Calgary, giving him six points (4 G, 2 A) in the past four games.
William Karlsson and Jonathan Marchessault – Karlsson scored two goals in Friday’s 5-4 win against San Jose then added a goal and an assist in Saturday’s 4-2 win at Arizona. He has recorded two points in five straight games. Marchessault notched a goal and two assists in both wins, giving him 11 points (4 G, 7 A) in the past five games.
Mike Matheson – Florida’s blueliner had a tough night (9 for, 27 against, 25.0 CF%, 1-11 scoring chances) and was on the ice for three goals against in Saturday’s 4-1 loss to Chicago.
Oscar Lindberg – The Golden Knights right winger has gone 10 games without a point, and struggled (12 for, 29 against, 29.3 CF%, 6-10 scoring chances) and was on the ice for three goals against in two Vegas wins on the weekend.
Kris Letang – The Penguins split two games this weekend, and their top defenceman spent too much time in his www.authenticgoldenknightsstore.com/keegan-kolesar-c-1_3.html own end of the rink (24 for, 37 against, 39.3 CF%, 12-18 scoring chances) and was on the ice for three goals against.
David Perron – The Golden Knights winger was leveled by Sharks RW Timo Meier and forced out of the game Friday.