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Quick, Doughty selected for 2016 All-Star Game

by Alex Kinkopf / Los Angeles Kings



The NHL announced the rosters for the 2016 All-Star Game Wednesday morning, with Drew Doughty and Jonathan Quick selected to represent the Los Angeles Kings on the 11-man Pacific Division squad, Darryl Sutter appointed the head coach.

For Drew Doughty, this will be the defenseman’s second career All-Star game, his first coming in 2015 in Columbus, Ohio. In 39 games so far this season, Doughty has registered 24 points (7G, 17A) and is third in the league averaging 27:56 minutes per game.

This will be Jonathan Quick’s second All-Star Game as well, his first coming in 2012 in Ottawa, Ontario. Having made 32 starts this season, Quick currently carries a 22-9-1 record with a .923 SV% and a 2.12 GAA, his 22 wins rank second overall in the league.

Darryl Sutter will be coaching in his second All-Star Game. He led Team Foligno, which included Drew Doughty and Anze Kopitar, with his son, Chris, in 2015 in Columbus.

The four All-Star teams, one for each division, will have six forwards, three defensemen and two goaltenders.

PACIFIC DIVISION ROSTER:

Forwards:
Johnny Gaudreau (CGY)
Taylor Hall (EDM)
Joe Pavelski (SJS)
Corey Perry (ANA)
John Scott (ARI)
Daniel Sedin (VAN)

Defensemen:
Brent Burns (SJS)
Drew Doughty
(LAK)
Mark Giordano (CGY)

Goaltenders:
John Gibson
(ANA)
Jonathan Quick
(LAK)

The 2016 All-Star Game will be held in Nashville, Tennessee at Bridgestone Arena on Sunday, January 31. Full rosters and head coaches can be seen HERE.


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