The 2017 All-Star weekend placed the NHL's most talented -- both past and present -- hockey players in one city for three days. And it did not disappoint in the least.
One of the best things about the weekend? The sheer amount of hockey player selfies it produced. So, of course, they needed to be ranked.
Top 10 Selfies from All-Star Weekend:
No. 10: Tanner Pearson's guest appearance at All-Star Weekend
It should be all of our goals to have an NHL player to ask us to take a selfie with him.
No. 9: Luc Robitaille practicing his selfie skills backstage at the NHL 100
Didn't know it was possible to look surprised when you are the one taking the selfie.
But Luc has proven me wrong.
No. 8: Drew Doughty finally learning the proper angle for a selfie
But don't be mistaken, that was not on Doughty's first selfie attempt.
No. 7: Frenemies
Very few people know that Doughty actually had his teeth removed as an act of solidarity after Duncan Keith high-sticked and knocked out Jeff Carter's front teeth during the 2013 playoffs.
No. 6: Finnish Legends
Jari Kurri is one of the best goal-scorers in NHL history...
...but you should have seen the brilliant pass (of the camera) he made to Teemu Selanne when I asked him to take a selfie.
No. 5: The Pacific Gs
Mike Smith had an amazing time at the All-Star Game.
And Martin Jones clearly had a hoot, too.
No. 4: Toothless smiles
Only hockey fans love these beautiful, toothless smiles.
No. 3: Western Conference All-Stars
If selfies were a Skills Competition event, P.K. Subban would have been the winner.
No. 2 (a): Hockey and Hollywood collide
Videos count as selfies too, right?
No. 2 (b): Hockey and Hollywood REALLY collide
Keep your head up, rookie.
Not technically a selfie, but just too, too good.
No. 1: Luc's practicing paid off