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The NHL released the four all-star teams on Thursday, and there’s been plenty of discussion regarding the selections. I thought we’d attempt to illustrate what the fantasy version of the all-star teams may look like here in ESPN.com’s fantasy corner as a fun exercise.

I attempted to follow the same team-building regulations as the NHL, which included picking just ten players, employing at least one player from each franchise, and incorporating one to three defenseman each side.

To rank the players, I utilized the default ESPN.com fantasy hockey game’s fantasy points per 60 minutes (FPP60). To filter away some of the noise, I used a minimum of 20 games played for a player to be eligible.

I believed it would be simpler than the NHL’s approach and provide less potential for criticism, but I believe I made things worse. When it came to evaluating the various positions against one another, as well as how to get a player from the bottom-feeding teams, there was still a lot of internal dispute. In any case, here are the fantasy NHL all-star teams, along with some comments on how I got here.

The players in bold have been picked by the NHL to their all-star teams.

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Division of the Atlantic:

Brad Marchand (BOS) Auston Matthews (TOR) Drake Batherson (OTT) Dylan Larkin (DET) Tage Thompson (BUF) Tyler Toffoli (MTL) Charlie McAvoy (BOS) Mackenzie Weegar (FLA) Jack Campbell (TOR) Andrei Vasilevskiy (TB)

Matthews nearly didn’t make the cut for the team he’ll lead in the 2022 NHL All-Star Game because Jack Campbell has been so excellent this season, and we have to add a player from each organization. Fortunately, Weegar outperforms Victor Hedman in FPP60 (5.77 to 5.74), thus it’s OK to start the Panthers’ all-around blue line superstar. Though blocked shots and hits aren’t exactly common in all-star games, they may be rewarded in this fantasy version.

Apart from Hedman, Aleksander Barkov and Steven Stamkos are the obvious omissions, but we have to make place for Toffoli and Thompson, right?

Division Central:

Nazem Kadri (COL) Joe Pavelski (DAL) Vladimir Tarasenko (STL) Kirill Kaprizov (MIN) Alex DeBrincat (CHI) Clayton Keller (ARI) Cale Makar (COL) Roman Josi (NSH) Juuse Saros (NSH) Connor Hellebuyck (WPG)

While Matthews came close to missing the cut, Nathan MacKinnon did not make his all-star squad, and I’m OK with that. Because we can’t leave Makar on the blue line, only one other Avalanche may join the group, and Kadri is deserving of it. When we go down the list by FPP60, Gabriel Landeskog is next in line from the Avs after Kadri, therefore MacKinnon is out of luck. Filip Forsberg, to take it a step further, is possibly the greatest snub of the whole process. He’s third in the NHL in FPP60 (after Marchand and Kadri), but there’s no space since Josi and Saros are locks at their positions.

I didn’t believe ice time would play a role in my selection of these teams, but it did in this case, as I chose Keller above Travis Boyd for the Arizona Coyotes. Despite the fact that Boyd has a little edge in FPP60, both players are so far down the list that Keller’s four minutes of increased ice time each game should be taken into account.

In addition to Forsberg, Landeskog, and MacKinnon, Jason Robertson, Jordan Kyrou, and Mikko Rantanen also need to be included.

Division of the Metropolitan Area:

Jake Guentzel (PIT) Alex Ovechkin (WSH) Chris Kreider (NYR) Boone Jenner (CLS) Cam Atkinson (PHI) Noah Dobson (NYI) Dougie Hamilton (NJ) Adam Fox (NYR) Igor Shesterkin (NYR) Frederik Andersen (CAR)

Despite the fact that the FPP60 conveyed a different tale, I nearly took an executive decision to add Tristan Jarry. I would have justified it by pointing out that Jarry’s crease share for the Penguins (79.3%) is far higher than Shesterkin’s (55.2%) and Andersen’s (55.2%). (68.2 percent). On a different day, I may even leave Fox out and reward Jarry with a third goalkeeper. At the conclusion of the day, Shesterkin, Andersen, and Jarry rank first, third, and fourth in FPP60, respectively, in this category.

The defense in this division, like goaltending, is just too outstanding to not have three, but they aren’t the same three the NHL chose. I chose Dobson, Hamilton, and Fox above the NHL’s Adam Pelech, Zach Werenski, and Fox. This season, the three guys I chose are ranked fourth, fifth, and sixth in FPP60 among defenseman.

Apart from Jarry, Sebastian Aho has a higher FPP60 than Jenner and Atkinson but does not meet the team’s requirements.

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Notes from the group

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Panthers of Florida: The Panthers’ offensive is back to full strength. If you’re in one of the 28 percent or 56 percent of leagues where they’re available, Sam Bennett and Anthony Duclair are must-adds. Both are on Jonathan Huberdeau’s second line, while Duclair has joined the Panthers’ top power-play unit. They have four games next week, and none of their opponents have very strong goaltending.

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Senators of Ottawa: Some of the COVID-19 layoffs are deceptive. I didn’t know it had been about a month since the Sens’ top line (Brady Tkachuk, Anders Batherson, and Josh Norris) had played together (on Dec. 18). This is more of a reminder to bring them in off the bench rather than attempting to get them (all rosted in 88 percent or more). But, even if the Sens don’t have four games next week, Batherson, Norris, and Tkachuk are among the top 50 skaters in the NHL for FPP60 and should be locks.

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Canadiens de Montréal (Montreal Canadiens): Prior to Thursday night, Jeff Petry has not scored a goal since May 1, 2021. No, I don’t believe we can go back on the Petry bandwagon after his disastrous start to the season, but I do want to point up that, even in a strange overtime defeat, the Habs’ scorecard was much closer to what we anticipated a lot of them to be this season: Mike Hoffman scored on the power play, while Cole Caufield recorded a point and helped lead the club in shots on goal. It’s certainly a tiny sample, but it’s one of the first Canadiens box scores in a month that isn’t more representative of their AHL team than the NHL team. I’m keeping a careful eye on their next appearances. The Habs will play four games on the road next week.

Notes from the players

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Boston Bruins’ Erik Haula (C): I want a piece if a player is solely on the ice with Taylor Hall and David Pastrnak, regardless of the outcomes thus far. Haula has been focusing on a revitalized Hall and Pastrnak of late, with both studs having their finest seasons ever. Haula has more than 2.0 fantasy points in four of the eight games since they’ve been paired up, and less than 1.0 fantasy points in two of them. I’ll accept that level of output from the back end of my squad as it is, and hope the synergy develops further.

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W, Colorado Avalanche’s Nicolas Aube-Kubel: Although we’ve already seen his two biggest fantasy games of the season this week, it’s always worth noting who’s breaking out on the Avalanche. On Monday, Aube-Kubel scored two goals against the Kraken, and on Thursday, he was fast filling vacancies in the top six (in which he scored a goal and assist). Gabriel Landeskog is unlikely to miss all four games this week, so Aube-time Kubel’s in the spotlight will be limited. When the Avs have short bodies, file him away alongside J.T. Compher as possible contributors.

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