Huberdeau, Hedman and Guentzel Named ‘Three Stars’ of the Week by NHL

NEWYORK – Left wing of the Florida Panthers Jonathan HuberdeauTampa . Bay Lightning Guardian Victor Hedman and the left wing Pittsburgh Penguins Jake Guentzel was named the NHL’s “Three Stars” for the week ending December 5.


Huberdeau leads the NHL with eight assists and nine points in three competitions (1-8-9) to push the Panthers (17-4-3, 37 points) to a winning trio back on their way to the title. 1st place in total Tournament Rankings. He collected three assists, including assists to the post and scored the winning goal, as Florida erased a three-goal deficit in the third period to win 5-4 ahead. Washington Capitals on Nov. 30. After that, Huberdeau hit the pinnacle of his career with four assists and five goals. points (1-4-5) as the Panthers once again recovered from three goals conceded, this time in a 7-4 win over the Buffalo Sabers on December 2. In doing so, Florida recorded the ninth time in NHL history team registered winning comeback three goals in a row – and the fifth such case with each rule win. Huberdeau closed the week with another helper as the Panthers overcame a one-goal deficit to win a 4-3 penalty shootout over St. Louis Blues on December 4. The 28-year-old Saint-Jerome, Que, hometown has played in a total of 24 games this season, sharing third place in the League for assists (21) and ranked sixth in points (29).


Hedman finished second in the NHL with 2-6-8, marked by a pair of three points, in four games to power the Lightning (15-5-4, 34 points) to win 3-0 -1 for the week. He scored 2-2-4 in home and away games against St. Louis Blues, scored an assist in the 4-3 penalty shootout defeats on 30 November and 2-1-3 – including the winning goal in the 20th game of his career that. – in a 4-2 win on Dec. 2. Hedman added another helper in a 3-2 extra-time win over the Boston Bruins on Dec. 4 before ending the week with three assists , his 21st career achievement, in a 7-1 win at The Philadelphia Flyers on December 5, Ornskoldsvik, 30, Swede, native – a finalist of the The James Norris Memorial Trophy for five consecutive campaigns, including winning in 2017-18 – leads the NHL defenders by a score of 5-21 -26 to 24 appearances in total this season.


Guentzel shares the League lead with five goals in three games (5-1-6) to extend his streak to a career-high 12 games (10-6-16) and help Penguins (11-8-5, 27 points ) completed 1-1-1 week. Guentzel scored Pittsburgh’s only goal in a 2-1 penalty shootout loss to the Calgary Flames on November 29 and one of the Penguins’ two buffs in a 5-2 loss to Edmonton Oilers on May 1. 12. He sent Pittsburgh back to the winning column with 3-1-4 – having his fourth career hat trick, his third career four-point performance and his 18th career goal – in the win. 4-1 against Vancouver Canucks on Dec. 4. Omaha, Neb, 27 years old. ., native tops the Penguins and is 10th in the NHL with 13 goals in 23 games this season (13-11-24). Huberdeau, Hedman and Guentzel Named ‘Three Stars’ of the Week by NHL

Subhankar Mondal

Subhankar Mondal is a 24ssports U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Subhankar Mondal joined 24ssports in 2021 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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