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NHL Announces All-Star Representatives From Each Team

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NHL Announces All-Star Representatives From Each Team

The NHL All-Star Game is going to take place in Sunrise, Florida at Florida Live Arena on Saturday, February 4, 2023. Each division has at least one all-star representative. There is currently fan voting going on for the other players and they will be announced at a later date. 

During the all-star break, there are fans that will like to play at the online casino to keep them busy. However the all-star remains attentive to the upcoming season. Who are some of the representatives that are going to the NHL All-Star Game this season?

Jack Hughes, Forward, New Jersey Devils

At just 21 years old, Hughes is going to his first all-star game and there will be many more times he is going to go. The New Jersey Devils are one of the best teams in the NHL this season because of him. His play has taken this team to another level. New Jersey has one of the best speed and skill games in the entire league.

Jack Hughes has scored 26 goals and has recorded 23 assists, in 41 games played so far this season with a plus/minus rating of 14. Hughes is likely to finish the season with over 40 goals scored and over 40 assists recorded for this hockey team. This is the first time since the 2011-2012 season that New Jersey has had a legit chance to make a run at a Stanley Cup title.

Sidney Crosby, Center, Pittsburgh Penguins

At 35 years old, Crosby is still the best player on an older Pittsburgh Penguins hockey team. He is trying to carry this team on his back to the postseason this season. It is great that the league still recognizes him as one of the best players in the game of hockey. Crosby this season in 40 games has scored 21 goals and has recorded 27 assists, along with a plus/minus rating of 1.

Sidney Crosby with 40 goals and 40 assists per season at his age is ridiculous. Can he make one more run at a title with this team? Time will tell but he’s going back to the NHL All-Star Game once again and this is great for the NHL. 

Alex Ovechkin, Winger, Washington Capitals

The Washington Capitals appeared to be a non-playoff team this season, but Washington has been carried by the greatness of Alex Ovechkin. He is currently second all-time on the NHLs goal-scoring list. At 37 years old, Ovechkin is showing no signs of slowing down at scoring goals anytime soon. With 29 goals scored in 43 games this season, another 50-goal season is in sight for this man.

He has also recorded 19 assists, which is also pretty good, with a plus/minus rating of 2. The Metropolitan Division is probably the best division in all of hockey this season and it will show in the NHL All-Star Game.

Connor McDavid, Center, Edmonton Oilers

In this day and age, Connor McDavid is on a potential pace for 150 points for this hockey team. At the current moment in 43 games played so far this season for the Edmonton Oilers, he has scored 35 goals and has recorded 44 assists, along with a plus/minus rating of 2. McDavid is only 25 years old and is going to dominate the league for the next 10 years or more.

His team isn’t as good as he which is a shame and is in the prime of his career. Connor McDavid is also one of the faster skaters in the entire league. He can always record two or more points on any single given night in the NHL. His play in person inspires a ton of NHL fans.

Tage Thompson, Forward, Buffalo Sabres

Tage Thompson has been a great story in the NHL so far this season and absolutely deserves to be in the NHL All-Star game. Thompson has revived this franchise and made them fun to watch once again. The Buffalo Sabres will be in the wild card race in the Eastern Conference but they may fall short but the future looks bright for them now. They also have a sense of direction.

Thompson in 39 games so far this season for Buffalo and has scored 31 goals and has recorded 26 assists, along with a plus/minus rating of 15. Tage Thompson is a highlight reel waiting to happen these days for this hockey team. 

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