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NHL Three Stars: What Are They Using?
- Updated: January 8, 2019
FIRST STAR – JOHNNY GAUDREAU, CALGARY FLAMES
Johnny Gaudreau grabbed top honors for the week with an incredibly impressive 11 points in only four games played. He led all players with five goals during the week, and helped his team to a 3-1-0 record during those games. Johnny hockey now has 24 goals, 38 assists, and 62 points in only 43 games played this season.
Gaudreau is a Mixed bag of gear these days. Up top he’s in a Bauer helmet. His gloves and stick are from Warrior with the Warrior Covert QR Edge gloves on his hands and the Warrior Alpha QX being his weapon of choice. His pants are also from Warrior, and on his feet are the Bauer Vapor 1X skates.
SECOND STAR – BRENT BURNS, SAN JOSE SHARKS
Brent Burns came in a close second after tallying nine points on two goals and seven assists in three games played last week. His efforts helped the sharks win two out of three games and continue to hang on to a playoff spot in the Pacific division.
Burns is one of CCM’s primary guys and can usually be found wearing their gear. He starts up top with a CCM bucket, and also wears CCM pro style gloves. His stick lately has been the CCM RBZ Superfast, which is certainly not a new one. His pants are CCM Pro style as well, and on his feet are the CCM Super Tacks AS1 skates with TUUK Edge holders as well as shot blockers for extra protection.
THIRD STAR – ROBIN LEHNER, NEW YORK ISLANDERS
New York Islanders goalie Robin Lehner was third star of the week. He earned the honors with a 1.99 goals against average and a .935 save percentage while finishing the week 3-0-0.
Lehner uses goalie pads from Brian’s. His current setup with the Islanders appears to be the Brian’s Gnetik Pro IV goalie pads. He’s also using the Gnetik Pro IV catcher and blocker to complete the setup.