Mike Green will represent Red Wings at All-Star Game

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On Wednesday, former Washington Capitals defenseman Mike Green was named to the 2018 NHL All-Star Game. Kane, who has 18 goals and 27 assists this season, will make his seventh appearance in the game when he heads to Tampa Bay.

The All-Star Game, which will feature a 3-on-3 tournament, takes place on January 28 and will air on NBC.

Pietrangelo, 27, will be making his first All-Star Game appearance.

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

The Lightning and the City of Tampa are hosting the All-Star Game for the second time. The teams also feature three defensemen and two goalies. Overall, Pietrangelo has accumulated 332 points (72 goals, 260 assists) and a plus-71 rating in 580 career regular season games.

After registering seven assists in the Sharks' first 19 games, Burns, last season's Norris Trophy victor, has seven goals and 16 assists in his last 21 games. Overall, the Saskatoon, Saskatchewan native ranks 14th in points, 20th in goals and assists, second in game-winning goals (6) and ninth in even-strength points (31) and plus/minus. Schenn is three for three in shootout attempts, making him the only National Hockey League player who has been ideal on shootouts this season.

The four All-Star selections is the most for any team this season, and also marks the most players in team history to have been selected to an All-Star game in a single season.