Carey Price was voted the third star of the last week in the National Hockey League.
The Canadian goalkeeper won his three outings, now a 0.66 goals-against average with an efficiency of 974 with a clear play during that week when the Habs was perfect in four games.
He managed the 39th white game of his career with 26 saves in a 1-0 win over the Columbus Blue Jackets on 28 February.
Since the beginning of the season, Price shows a record of 29-16-5 with an average of 2.31 and an efficiency rate of, 922. He managed three games in 50 games.
It was Tampa Bay Lightning striker Nikita Kucherov who was elected the first star. In four games, the right winger scored nine points, including five goals, to help the Lightning score three wins. Before Monday’s match, Kucherov had scored at least one point in his last six outings. It is a 7-7-14 record during this sequence. In 57 games so far, he scored 28 goals and added 35 assists for 63 points.
Sergei Bobrovsky entered between Kucherov and Price. The Blue Jackets goalkeeper pushed 87 of the 88 shots he faced to finish the week with a 2-0-1 record, an average of 0.33 and an efficiency of 989. After his defeat against the Canadian, Bobrovsky has collected his fourth and fifth shutouts of the season.
In 51 games in 2016-17, the Russian shows a record of 34-13-4 with an average of 2.09 and a stopping percentage of 92.9. His 34 victories are a team mark for the Blue Jackets.