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Draisaitl leads 3 Stars of the Week


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His string of five straight multi-point games dating to Jan. 14 is the second-longest such run of his career (6 GP from March 14-23, 2017).Video: STL@EDM: Draisaitl blasts puck by Allen Stamkos led the NHL in goals (5) and points (5-3-8; tied) across four games as the Lightning (32-15-5, 69 points) won three of four contests to strengthen their hold on second place in the Atlantic Division. A native of Markham, Ont., Stamkos, 29, ranks tied for 13th in League scoring with 23-33-56 in 49 games this season, including 6-6-12 over an active seven-game point streak dating to Jan. 14.Video: TBL@SJS: Stamkos pots Shattenkirk's feed from circle Miller tied for the second-most points in the NHL last week with 3-4-7 in four games, helping the Canucks (30-18-5, 65 points) post a 3-0-1 record to increase their lead to three points atop the Pacific Division standings. A native of East Palestine, Ohio, Miller is in his first season with the Canucks and ranks second on the team - and tied for 19th in the NHL - with 20-33-53 (53 GP), three goals, two assists and five points shy of matching career highs established in 2017-18 (23-35-58 in 82 GP).Video: STL@VAN: Miller scores in 2nd period

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