Mike Green named NHL All-Star for first time since leaving Capitals

Mike Green named NHL All-Star for first time since leaving Capitals

Mike Green named NHL All-Star for first time since leaving Capitals

Mike Green picks up his own rebound for his first goal & ninth point in the first six games of the season.

DETROIT - The National Hockey League today announced that Detroit Red Wings defenseman Mike Green has been selected to represent the Atlantic Division at the 2018 Honda NHL All-Star Game, which will be held on Sunday, Jan. 28 at 3:30 p.m.at Amalie Arena in Tampa, Fla.

Blackhawks winger Patrick Kane was named as his team's lone All-Star on Wednesday.

This will be the third year of the NHL's three-on-three All-Star format, with each of the four divisions competing in two semifinal games before the championship game.

Hanifin, 20, leads Hurricanes defensemen in goals (7), assists (14) and points (21).

The league's announcement comes one day after Kane recorded his first-ever five-point game.

He hasn't put up the number he's used to and the team is a longshot to make the playoffs, but Carey Price will be an All-Star this year nonetheless.

With four players on the Atlantic Division team, host and league-leading Tampa Bay has the most representatives for the skills competition and 3-on-3 tournament January 27-28 at Amalie Arena. The selections mark the first career All-Star appearance for both Pietrangelo and Schenn, who have each played a significant role for St. Louis thus far this season.

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