Gibson, Weber, Cammalleri named NHL’s three stars of the week

Anaheim goalie John Gibson, Nashville d-man Shea Weber and New Jersey winger Mike Cammalleri have been named the NHL’s three stars for the week ending Dec. 6, the league announced.

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Gibson posted a 3-1-0 record with a 0.76 goals-against average, .968 save percentage and two shutouts to lift the Ducks (11-12-5, 27 points) into fourth place in the Pacific Division.

Weber tied for second among all players with 3-3—6, including his first career hat trick, to power the Predators (13-8-5, 31 points) to a 1-1-1 record in three contests.

Cammalleri led the NHL with 4-3—7 in four outings, including three straight multi-point performances, to help the Devils (14-10-3, 31 points) move into the final Wild Card spot in the Eastern Conference.

Gibson’s certainly made things interesting in Anaheim.

Frederik Andersen returned from the flu and was healthy enough to back up for Sunday’s win over Pittsburgh, which forced head coach Bruce Boudreau to scratch Anton Khudobin.

So yes, the three-headed goalie monster is alive and kicking in Orange County.

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