Kadri, Stamkos, Guentzel and Terry added to All-Star Game rosters

Colorado Avalanche centre Nazem Kadri skates with the puck in the third period of an NHL hockey game against the San Jose Sharks, Saturday, Nov. 13, 2021, in Denver. (David Zalubowski/AP)

The votes are in and Nazem Kadri, Steven Stamkos, Jake Guentzel and Troy Terry are heading to the NHL All-Star Game after the “Last Man In” fan ballot.

The NHL announced Tuesday the final four selections for its annual showcase scheduled for Feb. 5 at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. They join 40 other players, 10 per division, who were named last Thursday for the four-team mini-tournament.

Guentzel, who made his All-Star Game debut in 2020, tops the Pittsburgh Penguins with 20 goals and 18 assists for 38 points. He will replace Rangers star Mika Zibanejad, who was chosen to be the Last Man In for the Metropolitan Division but is not able to attend the event due for personal reasons.

Kadri heads to his first All-Star Game and is fifth in the league with 49 points (14 goals and 35 assists) for the Western Conference-leading Colorado Avalanche. The 31-year-old will accompany Avalanche head coach Jared Bednar plus teammates Cale Makar and Nathan MacKinnon, who said it was “silly” Kadri was omitted from the initial list.

Stamkos is set to make his seventh All-Star Game appearance and has 18 goals and 28 assists for a team-leading 46 points with the double defending Stanley Cup champion Tampa Bay Lightning.

Terry is in the midst of a breakout season with the Anaheim Ducks and has already set career highs with 22 goals and 14 assists for a team-leading 36 points.

The All-Star festivities begin with the skills competition on Feb. 4 at 7:30 p.m. ET followed by the three-on-three All-Star tournament Feb. 5 at 3 p.m. ET. You can watch all the action on Sportsnet and Sportsnet NOW.

Below are the full rosters for all four teams.

Metropolitan Division

Head coach: Rod Brind’Amour, Carolina Hurricanes
Carolina Hurricanes: Sebastian Aho, Frederik Andersen
Columbus Blue Jackets: Zach Werenski
New Jersey Devils: Jack Hughes
New York Islanders: Adam Pelech
New York Rangers: Adam Fox, Chris Kreider
Philadelphia Flyers: Claude Giroux
Pittsburgh Penguins: Tristan Jarry, Jake Guentzel (Last Man In)
Washington Capitals: Alexander Ovechkin (captain)

Atlantic Division

Head Coach: Andrew Brunette, Florida Panthers
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: Victor Hedman, Andrei Vasilevskiy, Steven Stamkos (Last Man In)
Toronto Maple Leafs: Jack Campbell, Auston Matthews (captain)

Central Division

Head coach: Jared Bednar, Colorado Avalanche
Arizona Coyotes: Clayton Keller
Chicago Blackhawks: Alex DeBrincat
Colorado Avalanche: Nathan MacKinnon (captain), Cale Makar, Nazem Kadri (Last Man In)
Dallas Stars: Joe Pavelski
Minnesota Wild: Kirill Kaprizov, Cam Talbot
Nashville Predators: Juuse Saros
St. Louis Blues: Jordan Kyrou
Winnipeg Jets: Kyle Connor

Pacific Division

Head coach: Peter DeBoer, Vegas Golden Knights
Anaheim Ducks: John Gibson, Troy Terry (Last Man In)
Calgary Flames: Johnny Gaudreau
Edmonton Oilers: Leon Draisaitl, Connor McDavid
Los Angeles Kings: Adrian Kempe
San Jose Sharks: Timo Meier
Seattle Kraken: Jordan Eberle
Vancouver Canucks: Thatcher Demko
Vegas Golden Knights: Alex Pietrangelo

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