On Monday the NHL named Patrick Kane the Number Two Star of the Week for last week’s games.
From the release:
“Kane posted a League-leading 3-5-8 in four outings, highlighted by his 400th NHL goal, to power the Blackhawks (12-7-4, 28 points) to a trio of wins. He registered 1-3-4, his 15th career regular-season game with at least four points, in a 6-5 shootout victory over the Columbus Blue Jackets Feb. 23. Kane then scored his 63rd career game-winning goal, eighth among all players since he entered the League in 2007-08, in 2-0 triumph against the Blue Jackets Feb. 25. After being held off the scoresheet in a 5-3 loss to the Detroit Red Wings Feb. 27, Kane rebounded with 1-2-3 – including his 400th NHL goal – in a 7-2 victory over the Red Wings Feb. 28. The 32-year-old Buffalo, N.Y., native – who sits second in the NHL with 11-23-34 in 23 contests this season – became the 100th player in League history, and ninth born in the U.S., to reach the milestone.”
Tampa Bay Lightning goaltender Andrei Vasilevskiy was named the Number One Star. Minnesota Wild right wing Mats Zuccarello was named the Number Three Star.