Flames’ Mike Smith replaces Jonathan Quick at all-star game

J.M. Sauve runs a free hockey camp in Watson Lake, Yukon during the summer with help from NHL goalie Mike Smith which has a major impact in growing the game for youth in small towns.

Calgary Flames goaltender Mike Smith has been added to the roster for the NHL all-star game, the league announced Thursday.

Smith replaces Los Angeles Kings goaltender Jonathan Quick on the Pacific Division roster.

It will be Smith’s second appearance at an all-star game.

Smith has a 0.926 save percentage and 2.41 goals-against average over 47 games for the Flames this season.

Calgary’s Johnny Gaudreau was previously named to the Pacific Division roster.

The all-star game goes Sunday at Tampa Bay.

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