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Gabriel Landeskog Highlights 2019 NHL All-Star Game's Last Four In

9 days ago   |   By Bleacher Report

The NHL announced on Friday the final four players to be selected for the 2019 NHL All-Star Game. Colorado Avalanche forward Gabriel Landeskog, Buffalo Sabres forward Jeff ...
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Oilers forward Draisaitl voted in all-star game, Leafs' Rielly left off

Oilers forward Draisaitl voted in all-star game, Leafs' Rielly left off

9 days ago   |   By CBC

Edmonton Oilers forward Leon Draisaitl was among the last additions for the upcoming NHL all-star game, while Toronto Maple Leafs defenceman Morgan Rielly was one of a few high-profile players to be left out.
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Oilers forward Draisaitl voted in to all-star game, Leafs defenceman Rielly out

Oilers forward Draisaitl voted in to all-star game, Leafs defenceman Rielly out

9 days ago   |   By TORONTO STAR

Leon Draisaitl also beat out Norris Trophy candidate Mark Giordano of Calgary to get the Pacific slot.
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Sabres expected to start negotiations with Jeff Skinner 'pretty soon'

9 days ago   |   By Yardbarker

It is a pretty exciting day for Buffalo Sabres forward Jeff Skinner, who was just announced as the “Last Man In” to the 2019 All-Star game just hours before taking on his former team. The Carolina Hurricanes traded Skinner away last summer after a new management group took over, and the talented forward has responded by putting up 29 goals through his first 43 games for the Sabres, the best pace of his entire career. That pace is coming at the perfect time for Skinner, who is an unrestricted free agent at the end of the year. That status likely helped inform the decision to trade him, but...
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NHL announces 'Last Men In' for 2019 All-Star Game

9 days ago   |   By Yardbarker

The votes have been counted, and the final four players for the 2019 All-Star Game have been announced. The “Last Men In” this year are Jeff Skinner , Kris Letang , Gabriel Landeskog and Leon Draisaitl. While this was obviously a fan vote, it does come with some interesting consequences. First of all, it means that the Montreal Canadiens will not have a representative included at the event, after Carey Price decided to pull out due to nagging injuries. Shea Weber was up for the Atlantic fan vote but lost to Skinner, leaving Montreal on the outside looking in while also having to sit Price...
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NHL All-Star Game 2019: Kris Letang, Jeff Skinner, Gabriel Landeskog, Leon Draisaitl voted in

NHL All-Star Game 2019: Kris Letang, Jeff Skinner, Gabriel Landeskog, Leon Draisaitl voted in

9 days ago   |   By Sporting News

The four players were chosen in a fan vote from 31 candidates to fill out the All-Star Game rosters.
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Zach Parise not elected for final NHL All-Star spot

9 days ago   |   By Startribune

Gabriel Landeskog will be the Central Division's last representative thanks to fan balloting.
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NHL unveils All-Star Game ‘Last Men In' following fan vote

9 days ago   |   By Sportsnet

Following a fan vote, the “Last Men In” for the All-Star Game have been announced.
Representing the Atlantic Division will be Buffalo's Jeff Skinner , who is tied for second in goals with 29 in 43 games. The 26-year-old beat out Patrice Bergeron, Dylan Larkin, Aleksander Barkov, Shea Weber, Mark Stone, Brayden Point and Morgan Rielly.
Kris Letang got the nod for the Metropolitan Division and he sits seventh among all defencemen with 37 points in 41 games and tied for third with 10 goals. Both totals have him on pace to set new career highs. The 31-year-old Penguins blueliner beat out Teuvo...
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NHL All-Star Game: Draisaitl, Landeskog, Letang, Skinner voted ‘Last Men In'

9 days ago   |   By ProHockeyTalk

NHL All-Star Weekend will take place on Jan. 25-26.
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Leafs wilt at home as Coyotes pounce in 3rd

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Ritchie, Comeau, Faksa score, Stars beat 1st-place Jets 4-2

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