FIRST STAR – JAMIE BENN, LW, DALLAS STARS
Jamie Benn had a monstrous week to earn the final first star of the NHL’s regular season. In three games, Benn tallied five goals and added another five assists. His dominance over the final week allowed him to surpass John Tavares and win the Art Ross Trophy as the league’s leading scorer with 87 points.
The Dallas Stars captain is primarily a Bauer guy, except for the Easton helmet he wears. On his hands are Bauer Vapor APX2 Pro gloves, while his stick is a Bauer Supreme Total One MX3. His pants are from Bauer as well, as are his skates which are the Bauer Vapor APX2 model.
SECOND STAR – ONDREJ PAVELEC, G, WINNIPEG JETS
Ondrej Pavelec earned second star honors by saving all 83 shots he faced over the course of three games. He went 2-0-1 in those games and helped the Winnipeg Jets climb back into the playoffs.
For his pads, Pavelec uses Reebok for protection and Sherwood for his stick. His goal pads are the Reebok Premier XLT pads, and he also uses the Reebok Premier XLT glove and blocker. Pavelec’s stick is the Sherwood T120 goal stick.
THIRD STAR – MARK STONE, RW, OTTAWA SENATORS
The Senators candidate for Rookie of the Year earned himself third star honors in the final week by posting four goals and adding an assist. His goals were crucial down the stretch and allowed Ottawa to earn a trip to the postseason.
Stone is a Bauer guy when it comes to his gear. Up top he wears a Bauer helmet. He matches that with Bauer Total One NXG Pro gloves and a Bauer Nexus 8000 stick. On his feet are Bauer’s Vapor APX2 skates. Stone also wears Bauer pants.