Hockey Night's 3 Stars senior reporter Tim Wharnsby names Chicago's Troy Brouwer, Duncan Keith and Jonathan Toews as his three stars from Monday night in the NHL.
Troy Brouwer, left, had three points in Chicago's 4-1 win over Ryan Smyth and the Kings on Monday night. ((Charles Rex Arbogast/Associated Press)) senior reporter Tim Wharnsby names the top performers from Monday night in the NHL.

FIRST STAR: Troy Brouwer, F, Chicago Blackhawks

The former WHL scoring champion with the Moose Jaw Warriors netted the game winner on the power play and added two assists in Chicago's 4-1 victory over Los Angeles. It was the first three-point game of the 24-year-old right-winger's career.

SECOND STAR: Duncan Keith, D, Blackhawks

A strong candidate to be on Canada's blue-line at the Vancouver Olympics, Keith continued to provide offence for the Blackhawks with two assists.

THIRD STAR: Jonathan Toews, F, Blackhawks

The Chicago captain returned after a six-game absence because of a concussion and scored a power-play goal. Chicago went 3-2-1 without Toews in the lineup.