Hockey Night's 3 Stars senior reporter Tim Wharnsby names the top performers in Wednesday's NHL games. senior reporter Tim Wharnsby names the top performers in Wednesday's NHL games.

Vancouver's Daniel Sedin, right, celebrates his OT goal against Edmonton with teammate Shane O'Brien on Thursday. ((John Ulan/Canadian Press))

FIRST STAR: Daniel Sedin, LW, Vancouver

One-half of the Swedish twins was on his game in overtime as he slammed in the game-winner on the power play to give the Canucks a 3-2 come-from-behind win in Edmonton. He also chipped in two power-play assists in regulation time.

SECOND STAR: Benoit Pouliot, LW, Montreal

He scored two goals in a losing cause, a 4-3 overtime loss for the Canadiens at home against the St. Louis Blues. The 23-year-old forward now has eight goals in 13 games for Montreal.

THIRD STAR: Martin Brodeur, G, New Jersey

The Devils' all-world goalie notched his league-leading seventh shutout of the season in his team's 2-0 win against the Florida Panthers to stop a three-game slide. His NHL-leading 30th victory came in his 27th straight start. Brodeur continues to establish records for regular-season games played (1,045), victories (587), shutouts (108) and minutes played (61,697).