Columbus goalie Bobrovksy was named first star after winning four games last week, including one in relief. Bobrovsky had a 0.77 goals-against average and .972 save percentage overall, racking up wins against Detroit (twice), Vancouver and Edmonton. He blanked the Red Wings on March 9 for his first career shutout.
Crosby took second star honours. The Penguins captain led all NHL players last week with nine assists and 11 points. He capped off his four-game week on Sunday with a five-assist performance against the New York Islanders in a 6-1 victory for Pittsburgh.
Kings forward Carter rounded out the list, scoring in all four games played for the week March 4-10. The highlight of those games was a hat trick performance against Nashville, and he scored two game winners for the week.