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Price named sole Hab at NHL All-Star game

Hosts with the most: League-leading Lightning get 4 NHL all-star nods

On Wednesday, former Washington Capitals defenseman Mike Green was named to the 2018 NHL All-Star Game.

This year, the 32-year-old Green is on pace to collect 48 points, which would be the most since the 2009-10 season (76). Doughty leads the league in average ice time at more than 27 minutes per game.

Price has started 18 of the last 19 games and is expected to be back in goal when the Canadiens end their five-day break and face the Boston Bruins Saturday at the Bell Centre (7 p.m., CBC, SN, TVA Sports, TSN Radio 690).

He's had several fantastic individual plays.

A couple seasons after many wrote him off, the 33-year-old forward from Thunder Bay, Canada, was selected Wednesday to represent the Wild in the NHL All-Star Game on January 28 in Tampa, Fla.

Center Jonathan Toews and defenseman Duncan Keith missed the All-Star cut after making the game previous year.

The Lightning, who also hosted the game in 1999, are celebrating their 25 season.

The league's announcement comes one day after Kane recorded his first-ever five-point game.

This marks Green's second All-Star selection, as he previously served as an alternate captain for Team Staal during the 2011 NHL All-Star Game. Selected by the Hurricanes in the first round, fifth overall, at the 2015 NHL Draft, Hanifin is in his third NHL season and has totaled 15 goals and 57 assists (72 points) in 202 career games for Carolina.

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