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Jarry Named to Metro All-Star Team, Guentzel in Last-Man Voting

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It should come as no surprise, Pittsburgh Penguins goalie Tristan Jarry was named to the Metro Division All-Star team. It will be Jarry’s second ASG appearance after being a replacement on the team in 2020. Penguins winger Jake Guentzel, who has scored in 18 straight games that he’s played could be in the All-Star Game, too.

Guenztel is the Penguins player labeled, LMI: Last-Man In. Each team has one LMI candidate. This season, Guentzel has 35 points (18-17-35) in just 29 games.

Among the most surprising All-Star Game LMI candidates is former Pittsburgh Penguins winger, and two-time Stanley Cup winner, Phil Kessel of the Arizona Coyotes.

This season, Tristan Jarry leads the NHL with a 1.91 GAA. His .932 save percentage and three shutouts rank third in the league. He has allowed two goals or less in 22 of his 28 appearances.

The All-Star Game will be held T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on Feb. 5.

The Metro Roster:

Carolina Hurricanes: Sebastian Aho (F), Frederick Andersen (G)
Columbus Blue Jackets: Zachary Werenski (D)
New Jersey Devils: Jack Hughes (F)
New York Islanders: Adam Pelech (D)
New York Rangers: Adam Fox (D), Chris Kreider (F)
Philadelphia Flyers: Claude Giroux (F)
Pittsburgh Penguins: Tristan Jarry (G)
Washington Capitals: Alexander Ovechkin (F)

Carolina Hurricanes head coach Rod Brind’Amour will do the honors behind the bench for the Metro Division team.

Fans will get to vote for the last player selected.

Metro Division LMI:

Carolina: Andrei Svechnikov
Columbus: Jakub Voracek
New Jersey: Jesper Bratt
NYI: Mathew Barzal
NYR: Mika Zibanejad
Flyers: Cam Atkinson
Penguins: Jake Guentzel.
Washington: Evgeny Kuznetsov

Atlantic Division Roster:

Boston Bruins: Patrice Bergeron
Buffalo Sabres: Rasmus Dahlin
Detroit Red Wings: Dylan Larkin
Florida Panthers: Jonathan Huberdeau
Montreal Canadiens: Nick Suzuki
Ottawa Senators: Drake Batherson
Tampa Bay Lightning: Andrei Vasilevskiy, Victor Hedman
Toronto Maple Leafs: Auston Matthews, Jack Campbell

Head Coach: Andrew Brunette, Florida Panthers

Central Division Roster:

Arizona Coyotes: Clayton Keller
Chicago Blackhawks: Alex DeBrincat
Colorado Avalanche: Nathan MacKinnon, Cale Makar
Dallas Stars: Joe Pavelski
Minnesota Wild: Kirill Kaprizov, Cam Talbot
Nashville Predators: Jusse Saros
St. Louis Blues: Jordan Kyrou
Winnipeg Jets: Kyle Connor

Head coach: Jared Bednar, Colorado Avalanche

Pacific Division Roster

Anaheim Ducks: John Gibson
Calgary Flames: Johnny Gaudreau
Edmonton Oilers: Connor McDavid, Leon Draisaitl
Los Angeles Kings: Adrian Kempe
San Jose Sharks: Timo Meier
Seattle Kraken: Jordan Eberle
Vancouver Canucks: Thatcher Demko
Vegas Golden Knights: Alex Pietrangelo, Mark Stone

Head coach: Peter DeBoer, Vegas Golden Knights

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Jer5051
Jer5051(@jer5051)
9 days ago

One thing I miss about the old format is the number of players that get in. Does anyone else wish E-Rod would get the nod?

Jay95
Jay95(@jay95)
9 days ago
Reply to  Jer5051

It would be a nice story, but there are guys putting up better numbers. Even under the old system I see 3 pens that are worthy of the nod. Jarry, Guentzel, Letang. The others have missed too many games or, like Erod, are just under the production level.

Robert Shoemaker
Robert Shoemaker(@rob71)
9 days ago

Its weird not seeing Sid in the all star discussion. Happy for Jarry though! Boy does he deserve it!

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