July 5, 2022

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Suzuki, CH representative

Suzuki, CH representative

Star Game has a concept called Fairness. NHL leaders must have at least one player from 32 teams. Nick Suzuki has received an invitation to participate in the Star Classic, even if he does not have a great season.

At the age of 22, Suzuki gets this experience for the first time. Despite the postponement of several games due to the Kovid pandemic, Gary Betman is adamant about the event taking place in Vegas on February 4th and 5th.

The All-Star Game takes place around the same time as the Beijing Olympics. In fact, the NHL planned charter flights from Vegas to Beijing to assist in transporting its star players. The Olympic hockey tournament opens on February 9, but without the presence of NHL players.

A logical choice

A few days ago, NHL.com’s English site colleagues drew the ridicule of supporters by choosing defenseman Chris Wideman as Hobbs’ representative for the All-Star Game.

“I do not know many family members working for the NHL site,” Wideman replied with a smile. They are good. ⁇

Within hours of the game against the Boston Bruins, Wideman speculated that either Suzuki or Jake Allen deserved the honor. In the end Suzuki was the lucky winner.

Suzuki tops his team scorers with 19 points (7 goals, 12 assists) in 35 games. During this difficult season, Ontario was the only player in David Saward’s company to attend all the meetings.

With Matthews and Huberdo

At the T-Mobile Arena in Vegas, Aston Mathews (Maple Leaf), Jonathan Huberdiu (Panthers), Patrice Bergeron (Bruins), Victor Headman (Lightning) and one of the betting players in the Suzuki Atlantic Division. Andrei Vasilevsky (Lightning).

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Tradition is adhered to, there will be a skills competition during the All-Star Game. For a stellar meeting, the NHL selects a mini-tournament between three teams (four divisions) in three formats.

List of NHL All-Star Game Players

A | Drake Batherson | Ottawa

A | Patrice Bergeron | Boston

A | Jonathan Huberdo | Florida

A | Dylan Larkin | Detroit

A | Aston Mathews | Toronto

A | Nick Suzuki | Montreal

D | Rasmus Dalin | Buffalo

D | Victor Hedman | Tampa

G. | Jack Campbell | Toronto

G. | Andrei Vasilevsky | Tampa

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A | Claude Girox | Philadelphia

A | Jack Hughes | New coat

A | Chris Creeder | New York

A | Alex Ovechkin | Washington

D | Adam Fox | New York

D | Adam Pelech | Long Island

D | Jack Verensky | Columbus

G. | Frederick Anderson | Caroline

G. | Issued by Tristan | Pittsburgh

A , Leon Drycitil | Edmonton

A | Jordan Eberley | Seattle

A | Johnny Goudrow | Calgary

A | Adrian Kempe | Angels

A | Connor McDavid | Edmonton

A | Timo Mir | San Jose

A | Mark Stone | Vegas

D | Alex Petrangelo | Vegas

G. | John Gibson | Anaheim

G. | Thatcher Demco | Vancouver

A | Kyle Connor | Winnipeg

A | Alex DeBrincat | Chicago

A | Kirill Kaprizov | Minnesota

A | Clayton Keller | Arizona

A | Jordan Cairo | St. Louis

A | Nathan McKinnon | Colorado

A | Joe Powellsky | Dallas

D | Kale Makar | Colorado

G. | Cheese Saros Nashville

G. | Com Talbot | Minnesota

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