Jonathan Toews Named NHL’s #1 Star For February

On Wednesday, the NHL named Jonathan Toews the league’s Number One Star for the month of February.

From the release:

Toews paced the NHL with 7-11-18 in 10 games to guide the Blackhawks (39 18-5, 83 points) to a 9-1-0 February and second place in the Western Conference. He collected at least one point in nine of his 10 outings, highlighted by five multi-point performances. That included his fourth career hat trick and second career five-point effort Feb. 21 at MIN (3-2-5) – the first five-point game by a Chicago player since Toews achieved the feat Nov. 25, 2011 at ANA (2-3-5). He also registered a pair of game-winning goals, including his ninth career overtime tally Feb. 8 at MIN (1-2-3) – the most by any player in Blackhawks history. The 28-year-old Winnipeg native has 16 30-46 in 53 contests this season, including 5-8-13 during a six-game point streak.

Nashville Predators left wing Filip Forsberg and Washington Capitals goaltender Braden Holtby were named the Number Two and Number Three Stars, respectively.

4 thoughts on “Jonathan Toews Named NHL’s #1 Star For February

  1. He is the man.

    almost certain he was still nursing an injury earlier in the season, he has such a jump in his step now, totally different looking player the last month or so..

    love the kid..

  2. Toews is heads and tails above John, Johnny (or any name you want to use) Wayne as 19 is genuinely a nice guy in addition to being a guaranteed hockey legend. That truly wasn’t an attribute of the legendary Hollywood figure.
    Go Johnny and Hawks!

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