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NHL Announces 2022 All-Star Rosters

The NHL has announced the rosters for the 2022 All-Star Game set to be held in Las Vegas on Feb. 4-5.
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We now know which players will be representing their respective teams in Las Vegas at the 2022 NHL All-Star Game next month. 

The league unveiled the full rosters for this year's All-Star event on Thursday evening, announcing the captains for each division team, the players who were selected via fan vote, and the Last Man In candidates. 

The four division captains consist of Auston Matthews representing the Atlantic Division, Connor McDavid representing the Pacific, Alexander Ovechkin representing the Metropolitan, and Nathan MacKinnon representing the Central. 

With 40 players being announced as All-Star selections tonight, fans will now have a chance to vote for their favorite team's "Last Man In" candidate, with all 32 clubs nominating one player to be their division's final representative. Voting for the "Last Man In" runs until Jan. 17. 

There are a number of notable first-time All-Stars taking part at this year's event, with Toronto's Jack Campbell making his first appearance in the game a full 11 years after being drafted, along with Nashville's Jusse Saros, New York's Adam Pelech, New Jersey's Jack Hughes, and Ottawa's Drake Batherson, among others. 

The 2022 NHL All-Star Game will take place from Feb.4-5. 

The full All-Star roster list and Last Man In candidates can be found below. 

Metropolitan Division

Head Coach: Rod Brind’Amour, Carolina Hurricanes
Carolina Hurricanes -- Frederik Andersen, Sebastian Aho, Last Man In: Andrei Svechnikov
Columbus Blue Jackets -- Zachary Werenski, Last Man In: Jakub Voracek
New Jersey Devils -- Jack Hughes, Last Man In: Jesper Bratt
New York Islanders -- Adam Pelech, Last Man In: Mathew Barzal
New York Rangers -- Adam Fox, Chris Kreider, Last Man In: Mika Zibanejad
Philadelphia Flyers -- Claude Giroux, Last Man In: Cam Atkinson
Pittsburgh Penguins -- Tristan Jarry, Last Man In: Jake Guentzel
Washington Capitals -- Alexander Ovechkin, LMI: Evgeny Kuznetsov 

Atlantic Division

Head Coach: Andrew Brunette, Florida Panthers
Boston Bruins -- Patrice Bergeron, Last Man In: Charlie McAvoy
Buffalo Sabres -- Rasmus Dahlin, Last Man In: Tage Thompson
Detroit Red Wings -- Dylan Larkin, Last Man In: Lucas Raymond
Florida Panthers -- Jonathan Huberdeau, Last Man In: Aleksander Barkov
Montreal Canadiens -- Nick Suzuki, Last Man In: Tyler Toffoli
Ottawa Senators -- Drake Batherson, Last Man In: Brady Tkachuk
Tampa Bay Lightning -- Andrei Vasilevskiy, Victor Hedman, Last Man In: Steven Stamkos
Toronto Maple Leafs -- Auston Matthews, Jack Campbell, Last Man In: John Tavares

Central Division

Head Coach: Jared Bednar, Colorado Avalanche
Arizona Coyotes -- Clayton Keller, Last Man In: Phil Kessel
Chicago Blackhawks -- Alex DeBrincat, Last Man In: Seth Jones
Colorado Avalanche -- Nathan MacKinnon, Cale Makar, Last Man In: Nazem Kadri
Dallas Stars -- Joe Pavelski, Last Man In: Jason Robertson
Minnesota Wild -- Kirill Kaprizov, Cam Talbot, Last Man In: Ryan Hartman
Nashville Predators -- Jusse Saros, Last Man In: Roman Josi
St. Louis Blues -- Jordan Kyrou, Last Man In: Robert Thomas
Winnipeg Jets -- Kyle Connor, Last Man In: Mark Scheifele

Pacific Division

Head Coach: Peter DeBoer, Vegas Golden Knights
Anaheim Ducks -- John Gibson, Last Man In: Troy Terry
Calgary Flames -- Johnny Gaudreau, Last Man In: Matthew Tkachuk
Edmonton Oilers -- Connor McDavid, Leon Draisaitl, Last Man In: Darnell Nurse
Los Angeles Kings -- Adrian Kempe, Last Man In: Drew Doughty
San Jose Sharks -- Timo Meier, Last Man In: Logan Couture
Seattle Kraken -- Jordan Eberle, Last Man In: Mark Giordano
Vancouver Canucks -- Thatcher Demko, Last Man In: J.T. Miller
Vegas Golden Knights -- Alex Pietrangelo, Mark Stone, Last Man In: Jonathan Marchessault


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