Skip to main content

Crosby, Price and Byfuglien named NHL's three stars of the month for November

NEW YORK, N.Y. - Pittsburgh's Sidney Crosby, Montreal's Carey Price and Atlanta's Dustin Byfuglien are the NHL's three stars of the month for November.

Crosby was named first star after leading all players with 12 goals and 14 assists in 14 games in November. The Penguins captain finished the month with an active 13-game point streak, the longest in the NHL this season.

Price posted an 8-4-0 record in November to earn second star honours. He recorded a 1.59 goals-against average with a .952 save percentage in 12 games. He also tallied three shutouts as he backstopped the Canadiens to a five-point lead atop the Northeast Division.

Byfuglien led all defencemen in scoring with six goals and 11 assists in 14 games and posted a plus-9 rating en route to third star honours.



Screen Shots: Alfie to the Hall, Kuemper and Filip Forsberg's Future

Adam Proteau fights for Daniel Alfredsson's hall of fame case, discusses the goaltending situation in Colorado and the future of Filip Forsberg in Nashville.


Memorial Cup Three Stars: Hamilton Stays Alive

The Edmonton Oil Kings had a heartbreaking end to the Memorial Cup, with the Hamilton Bulldogs staying alive after a tough start to the tournament. Take a look at three of Tony Ferrari's standouts from the wild Friday contest.


Stanley Cup Final Notebook: Sizing Up Game 6

It's another travel day, with the Tampa Bay Lightning holding off the Colorado Avalanche for an important Game 5 win to keep the season alive. Here's what the teams had to say on Saturday.