The Hockey East Three-Stars Award is an annual award given out at the conclusion of the Hockey East regular season to the player who has the highest amount of points with respect to being named a star-of-the-game. At the conclusion of each game the members of the media decide the three stars of the game, awarding 5 points for being named as the 1st star, 3 points for a 2nd star and 1 point for a 3rd star. Only conference games are counted in the standings for the Three-Stars Award.
The Three-Stars Award was first bestowed in 2001 and every year thereafter. The overall standings have resulted in a tie four times, the latest being 2012–13.