No. 1 star: Hunter Shinkaruk, Medicine Hat Tigers (WHL)

Him again? Shinkaruk (2G-2A, +2) helped Medicine Hat surmount the Regina Pats 5-4 at home despite the fact the visitors were able to create a grinding pace for long stretches, which is hardly ideal for a skilled player. The potential NHL first-round pick, who had six points in his hometown of Calgary on Friday, scored a spinnerama goal in the first and also teed up defenceman Dylan Busenius for a second-period strike that gave the Tigers their first lead.
The table was still open with a 3-3 tie through two periods, but Medicine Hat drew confidence from Shinkaruk's second of the night 59 seconds into the third; he also set up Trevor Cox's eventual game-winner with 2:30 left. It was the Tigers' third win in a row.

No. 2 star: Jonathan Drouin, Halifax Mooseheads (QMJHL)
The 17-year-old's hat trick led the Herd to their 12th consecutive win, a 6-2 decision over the Chicoutimi Saguenéens. The Mooseheads spotted the Sags a 2-0 lead through 20 minutes — the equivalent of that annoying guy at the gym who skips rope wearing a weight vest because just skipping rope isn't challenging enough — before Drouin (3G, +2) and the game's second star Nathan MacKinnon (1G-1A) took over the game.
Drouin's hatty included a goal 69 seconds into the second frame that started the Mooseheads on the road back, plus the game-winner 1:54 into the final frame. He's off to a brilliant start, with 10 goals and 22 points in nine games. Also, the way he and MacKinnon moved the puck around on this power play was practically worth this price of admission.