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NHL All-Star Game rosters

The rosters for the NHL All-Star Game on Jan. 31 at Nashville. Under the new format — a three-game tournament of 3-on-3 play — each division is represented by six forwards, three defensemen and two goaltenders. Every team had to be represented. The captains of each team (noted by an asterisk) were elected by fans. The other players were chosen by the NHL's hockey operations department.

Atlantic Division

Forwards: Steven Stamkos (TBL), Patrice Bergeron (BOS), Jaromir Jagr (FLA)*, Leo Komarov (TOR), Dylan Larkin (DET), Ryan O'Reilly (BUF)

Defensemen: Aaron Ekblad (FLA), Erik Karlsson (OTT), P.K. Subban (MTL)

Goalies: Ben Bishop (TBL), Roberto Luongo (FLA)

Central Division

Forwards: Jamie Benn (DAL), Matt Duchene (COL), Patrick Kane (CHI)*, Tyler Seguin (DAL), Vladimir Tarasenko (STL), Jonathan Toews (CHI)

Defensemen: Dustin Byfuglien (WPG), Roman Josi (NSH), Shea Weber (NSH)

Goalies: Devan Dubnyk (MIN), Pekka Rinne (NSH)

Metropolitan Division

Forwards: Nicklas Backstrom (WSH), Claude Giroux (PHI), Evgeni Malkin (PIT), Alex Ovechkin (WSH)*, Brandon Saad (CBJ), John Tavares (NYI)

Defensemen: Justin Faulk (CAR), Kris Letang (PIT), Ryan McDonagh (NYR)

Goalies: Braden Holtby (WSH), Cory Schneider (NJD)

Pacific Division

Forwards: Johnny Gaudreau (CGY), Taylor Hall (EDM), Joe Pavelski (SJS), Corey Perry (ANA), John Scott (ARI)*, Daniel Sedin (VAN)

Defensemen: Brent Burns (SJS), Drew Doughty (LAK), Mark Giordano (CGY)

Goalies: John Gibson (ANA), Jonathan Quick (LAK)

NHL All-Star Game rosters 01/06/16 [Last modified: Wednesday, January 6, 2016 10:10pm]
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