NHL Announces Rosters for 2018 All-Star Game

NHL Announces Rosters for 2018 All-Star Game

In Tampa, Green will reunite with two of his former close friends in Washington, Braden Holtby and fellow former Caps Young Gun Alex Ovechkin.

A couple seasons after many wrote him off, the 33-year-old forward from Thunder Bay, Canada, was selected Wednesday to represent the Wild in the NHL All-Star Game on January 28 in Tampa, Fla. The 26-year-old didn't see his name called despite the fact that his production-Tarasenko's 44 points through 46 games played are equal to that of frequent linemate Schenn-has been consistent with his past All-Star campaigns.

The league's announcement comes one day after Kane recorded his first-ever five-point game.

The hometown Tampa Bay Lightning will have the most representatives at the game as winger Nikita Kucherov, defenseman Victor Hedman, goalie Andrei Vasilevskiy and captain Steven Stamkos all earned selections.

Hanifin, 20, leads Hurricanes defensemen in goals (7), assists (14) and points (21). A veteran of 762 National Hockey League games since 2005-06, Green has produced 455 points (138-317-455) and 520 penalty minutes for the Washington Capitals (2005-15) and Red Wings.

He hasn't put up the number he's used to and the team is a longshot to make the playoffs, but Carey Price will be an All-Star this year nonetheless.

This will be Seguin's fifth appearance in the game, while Klingberg will be making his first appearance.

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