Kozlov earned the top honour after leading all scorers with 11 points (five goals, six assists) in four games. He was involved in nearly three-quarters of Atlanta’s goals last week.
He had four points in a victory over Boston before scoring a hat trick in a comeback win over Ottawa. Kozlov had a goal in a loss to the New York Rangers and added three assists in a loss to Tampa Bay.
Kiprusoff backstopped the Flames to three consecutive victories,
posting a 1.00 goals-against average and .967 save percentage.
Hasek recorded a shutout in each of his two appearances as the Red Wings extended their winning streak to eight games and moved into first place in the Central Division.