With the NHL All-Star weekend in St. Louis, Mo is ready to start on January 24th, the results of the championship voting for the captain of each category are now out.
On Saturday, the league announced Bruins right wing David Pastrnak (Atlantic), Colorado Avalanche center Nathan MacKinnon (Central), Washington Capitals left wing Alex Ovechkin (Metropolitan) and Edmonton Oilers center Connor McDavin (center). All-Star captains.
Fans were able to vote on which player should represent each section from November 30 to December 20, which also set the first points for the game, which will take place from January 24-25.
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This marks McDavid’s fourth consecutive season serving as an All-Star captain, Ovechkin’s third consecutive season and MacKinnon’s third overall appearance. Pastrnak is the only captain not wearing a “C” yet at the All-Star weekend.
All four players are one of the league’s top scorers – McDavideads has learned the championship with 60 points through 39 games, with MacKinnon and Pastrnak also in the 50-point club. Pastrnak leads the NHL in scoring (28), while Ovechkin has 22 goals and 35 points so far in 2019-20.
Except for the captain of each division, the fan vote has no bearing on All-Star role decisions. Each division card will consist of 11 players determined by the Hockey League (NHL) division and each coach of the division will decide which team in each division has the highest percentage of points (points earned divided by total possible points).
The All-Star Skills Competition will take place on Friday, January 24 at 8pm. ET, with the annual three-to-three tournaments taking place on Saturday, January 25 at 8pm. ET. Both events will take place at the Stadium’s Enterprise Stadium. Louis.