NHL Jerseys Online: Talbot,Gaudreau as well as Draisaitl Are the “Three Stars of the Week”

Minnesota Wild goalie Cam Talbot, Calgary Flames winger Johnny Gaudreau and Edmonton Oilers center Leon Draisaitl were named the NHL Jerseys Online “Three Stars” for the week ended March 27.
Talbot had a successful week with a 3-0-0 record, 1.33 goals conceded averaging, a 95.9 percent safe percentage and one shutout. In doing so, he helped Minnesota Wild (40-20-4, 84 points) move into second place in the Central Division on a six-game winning streak. On March 21, he stopped all 28 shots, including 13 shots in the second period, in a 3-0 win over the Vegas Golden Knights. This was the 26th shutout of his career. He made 26 saves in the 3-2 overtime win against the Vancouver Canucks on March 24. He capped the week with 40 stops on 42 shots in the 3-2 overtime win over league leaders Colorado Avalanche on March 27. It was the 14th time in his career and the second time this season that he made at least 40 saves in a game. The 34-year-old from Caledonia, Ontario – who has been 8-0-0 with a 2.13 goals-against average and a 92.4 percent save percentage since March 3 – has 27 wins from 41 games ( 27-12-1) Ranked 10th in the NHL. Over the entire season he averaged 2.80 goals against and a save rate of 91.1 percent as well as two shutouts.
Gaudreau had multiple points in all three games and leads the NHL with eight assists and 10 points (2-8-10). In doing so, he led the Flames (40-17-8, 88 points), who lead the Pacific Division, to two wins. He posted 1-1-2 in a 3-4 loss to the San Jose Sharks on March 22. Gaudreau then scored 1-2-3, highlighted by his 200th career goal and 40th career game-winning goal, in a 4-2 triumph over the Arizona Coyotes on March 25. He ended the week with his first five-assist game of his career – and his second five-point performance (also on March 12, 2019 v NJD: 3-3-6) – in a 9-5 win over the Edmonton Oilers on March 26th. The 28-year-old from Salem, NJ, has appeared in 65 games this season and ranks among the top players on plus/minus (t-1st; +49), points (3rd, 90), assists ( 4th; 60) and game-winning goals (t-4; 8).
Draisaitl had six goals in four games (6-2-8) while the Oilers (36-25-5, 77 points) maintained third place in the Pacific Division 1-2-1. He provided an assist in a 3-2 overtime loss to the Colorado Avalanche on March 21, followed by a goal in a 5-3 loss to the Dallas Stars on March 22. Draisaitl then scored twice in a 5-2 win over the San Jose Sharks on March 24 and added 3-1-4 in a 5-9 loss to the Calgary Flames on March 26. This was his fifth career hat trick and his 18th game with four scoring points. The 26-year-old from Cologne has scored in eight straight games since March 12. The German has appeared in a total of 66 games this season and leads the league with ten game-winning goals while being second in goals (47), points (94), power-play goals (20) and power-play points (36). ) proven.