#1 -Jakub Voracek (F - COB) -Voracek kept the offensive train rolling for the Jackets, as he contributed to the cause with 2 goals and an assist. Voracek has been on fire the last couple weeks.
#2 - Brian Boucher (G - PHI) - Boucher stopped a big 32 shots in route to a 5-1 victory over the Devils. Expect him to get most, if not all, of the starts to close out the season.
#3 - Rene Bourque (F - CGY) - It was a 3 point night for the Calgary forward, as he potted 1 goal and added two assists, helping the Flames keep their playoff hopes alive.
#4 - Brooks Orpik (D - PIT) - It's not often that Orpik makes the scoresheet, so when he puts up 3 points, we have give him a nod.
- Brendan Morrison is questionable for tomorrow's matchup with Ottawa
- Mikko Koivu is still doubtful for tonight versus LA
- Sergei Gonchar is still suffering from an illness and unsure for Wednesday against Tampa
- Thomas Vanek was hurt on Saturday and there's no date set for his return
- Joe Thornton missed yesterday's game against Colorado. It was the first game he had missed since 2005. He's questionable for Wednesday.
- Cam Ward was reactivated into the Canes lineup. He could play tonight.
- Big surprise… Rick DiPietro is out for the season. If you were counting on him at this point, you probably didn’t make the playoffs anyway.
- Sidney Crosby scored twice to take the lead for the Rocket Richard trophy with 47 on the season. His previous career high was 39 as a rookie.
- After missing a game, Peter Mueller returned with another big performance for the Avalanche, scoring twice on five shots.
- The Masons were big in net last night. Chris stopped 23 of 24 shots, while Steve deflected 33 of 35, with both men getting the W.
- Martin Brodeur and Jose Theodore were both yanked last night, as the top two teams in the East were pummeled
- Alexander Ovechkin became the second player to hit 100 points this season with 2 points last night
- Alex Kovalev now has a pointless streak of 12 games.
- Phil Kessel hit the 30 goal mark, despite missing the first month of the season
- Keith Tkachuk scored his first goal in 15 games yesterday, ending one of the longest draughts of his career