Boston Bruins guard Dmitry Orlov was named the NHL’s first star of the week. This was reported by the league press service.
The Bears player played four games, scored three goals and gave six assists. Thus, the Russian scored nine points in a weekly period.
The second star was Ottawa Senators forward Claude Giroud with three goals and six assists in four games.
Rounding out the top three was Minnesota Wild goaltender Philip Gustavsson. In two games he reflected 98.6% of the shots with a reliability coefficient of 0.48.