2023 NHL All-Star Game Roster Reveal

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Conner Keough, Staff Writer

The 2023 NHL All-Star game will be taking place on February 6th in Sunrise, Florida. This year, the teams were decided by taking 1 player from every NHL team (7 skaters and a goalie) for each division. Right now, there are 4 divisions and 8 players per team. Fans are allowed to vote on the remaining three spots per team from any team (2 skaters and a goalie).

 

Here are the rosters before fan votes have been tallied:

 

Metropolitan

Sidney Crosby (35, Pittsburgh Penguins)

Alex Ovechkin (37, Washington Capitals)

Johnny Gaudreau (29, Columbus Blue Jackets)

Kevin Hayes (30, Philadelphia Flyers)

Jack Hughes (21, New Jersey Devils)

Brock Nelson (31, New York Islanders)

Andrei Svechnikov (22, Carolina Hurricanes)

Igor Shesterkin (27, New York Rangers)*

 

Atlantic

Nikita Kucherov (29, Tampa Bay Lightning)

Dylan Larkin (26, Detroit Red Wings)

Mitch Marner (25, Toronto Maple Leafs)

Tage Thompson (25, Buffalo Sabres)

Nick Suzuki (23, Montreal Canadiens

Matthew Tkachuk (25, Florida Panthers)

Brady Tkachuk (23, Ottawa Senators)

Linus Ullmark (29, Boston Bruins)*

 

Central 

Seth Jones (28, Chicago Blackhawks)

Kirill Kaprizov (25, Minnesota Wild)

Clayton Keller (24, Arizona Coyotes)

Cale Makar (24, Colorado Avalanche)

Josh Morrisey (27, Winnipeg Jets)

Jason Robertson (23, Dallas Stars)

Vladimir Tarasenko (31, St. Louis Blues)

Jusse Saros (27, Nashville Predators)*

 

Pacific

Matty Beniers (20, Seattle Kraken)

Kevin Fiala (25, Los Angeles Kings)

Nazem Kadri (32, Calgary Flames)

Erik Karlsson (32, San Jose Sharks)

Connor McDavid (25, Edmonton Oilers)

Elias Pettersson (24, Vancouver Canucks)

Troy Terry (26, Anaheim Ducks)

Logan Thompson (25, Vegas Golden Knights)*

 

*Denotes goaltender