Kings' Kopitar, Doughty, Quick and Ducks' Rakell selected for NHL All-Star game

Doug Mendoza
January 11, 2018

Green will serve as a defender on the Atlantic Division's All-Star Team.

Kings center/captain Anze Kopitar, goalie Jonathan Quick and defenseman/assistant captain Drew Doughty will represent the Pacific Division in the 2018 NHL All-Star Game on January 28 in Tampa, the NHL announced Wednesday. Green was the only Detroit Red Wings player selected.

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Price was named to the Atlantic Division team on Wednesday afternoon as the National Hockey League announced the all-star rosters. It will be the fifth All-Star Game for the Canadiens' 30-year-old goalie.

The league's announcement comes one day after Kane recorded his first-ever five-point game. Prior to turning professional, Green logged 172 points (37-135-172) and 324 penalty minutes in 267 games for the WHL's Saskatoon Blades from 2000-05, where he was a WHL East First-Team All-Star in 2005.

Staal, who is in his 15th NHL season, will represent the Minnesota Wild at the NHL All-Star game in Tampa Bay.

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