Connor McDavid led the league in points while notching another impressive accomplishment to help his team punch their ticket to the postseason.
Sam Bennett is settling in nicely with the Florida Panthers, having posted a seven-point week as part of 13 points in his first nine outings with the club.
With a pair of 39-plus save performances and three wins to give him 17 wins for the season, Cam Talbot turned in another strong week.
Igor Shesterkin continues to be a cornerstone player for the New York Rangers as the rookie earned an NHL career milestone while posting back-to-back shutouts to lead league with three wins.
With 50 points to his name as he carries the league's longest active point streak, Nathan MacKinnon earned NHLPA.com Player of the Week.
Martin Jones led the league this week with four wins, including a shutout in the first of two consecutive victories against his former club.
Just over 100 games into his NHL career Adam Fox is drawing praise for his veteran-like play – from New York Rangers teammates and a franchise legend.
Philipp Grubauer is on a roll for the Colorado Avalanche and shows no signs of slowing down.
With a hat trick, a four-game goal-scoring streak and nine points, Leon Draisaitl also netted NHLPA.com Player of the Week.
Thatcher Demko is keeping pucks at bay and turning heads as NHLPA.com Player of the Week.
He enjoyed an eight-point week with six league-leading helpers, but Mats Zuccarello's play is lending meaningful assists off the ice too.
Goalies have had a hard time keeping Auston Matthews off the scoresheet.
Marc-Andre Fleury earned three wins for the Vegas Golden Knights while capping his impressive week with the 63rd NHL shutout of his career.
Making up for lost time? David Pastrnak posted a seven-point week after missing the first seven games of the season for the Boston Bruins.
The captain of the Edmonton Oilers boasted a 12-point week, highlight-reel moves and a pair of game-winning goals to extend his point streak to seven games.
Tyler Toffoli led the league with five goals and shared the lead in points with eight through four games on his first road trip as a Montreal Canadien.
It was a memorable introduction to the NHL for Kirill Kaprizov.
Gabriel Landeskog extended his point streak to eight games while leading the league with nine points in four games including three straight multi-point outings.
Kevin Fiala ended February strong by leading the NHL in scoring with nine points in four games, including four multi-point outings.
Jordan Binnington capped off a near-perfect week allowing only one goal through three starts and helping the St. Louis Blues add to their lead in the Western Conference.