Lightning well-represented at 2018 NHL All-Star Game

Lightning well-represented at 2018 NHL All-Star Game

Green leads the Red Wings in average time on ice (22:39) and also places among team leaders with 20 assists (3rd), 13 power-play points (T2nd), 84 shots on goal (6th), 48 hits (5th) and 44 blocked shots (3rd). This year's game is January 28 in Tampa, Fla. and will again feature 11 players from each of the NHL's four divisions. MacKinnon already has exceeded his goals total in 82 games last season (16) and is just a point shy of matching his overall production.

Hedman will make his second All-Star appearance as well (and second consecutive).

Price started the season with a 3-7-1 record in his first 11 games, along with a 3.77 goals-against average and an.877 save percentage before being sidelined for 10 games with a lower-body injury suffered during a game in Minnesota on November 2.

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Also being rewarded for his standout season, Schenn lands his first All-Star appearance in his first season in St. Louis. His 27 wins are three more than his closest competitor, and he's put up a League-best six shutouts, two more than any other goalie. Additionally, Schenn is the only National Hockey League player to be flawless on shootouts thus far this season, going 3-for-3.

Sticking with the format used a year ago, the All-Star Game will played in a 3-on-3 style tournament with four different teams. Before Burns broke out, San Jose held the final wild card spot in the Western Conference by virtue of fewer games played than the teams with whom they were tied.