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SportNHL All-Star Game 2019: Kris Letang, Jeff Skinner, Gabriel Landeskog, Leon Draisaitl voted in

20:15  11 january  2019
20:15  11 january  2019 Source:   sportingnews.com

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Kris Letang (Penguins), Jeff Skinner (Sabres), Gabriel Landeskog (Avalanche) and Leon Draisaitl (Oilers) were the top vote -getters from their respective divisions in the Last Men balloting conducted Jan. 3-10, the league announced Friday. Those four emerged from a field of 31 candidates for the

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NHL All-Star Game 2019: Kris Letang, Jeff Skinner, Gabriel Landeskog, Leon Draisaitl voted in © Provided by Perform Media Channels Limited

Four more players have been added to the rosters for NHL All-Star weekend.

Kris Letang (Penguins), Jeff Skinner (Sabres), Gabriel Landeskog (Avalanche) and Leon Draisaitl (Oilers) were the top vote-getters from their respective divisions in the Last Men balloting conducted Jan. 3-10, the league announced Friday. Those four emerged from a field of 31 candidates for the final spots after 11.5 million votes were cast.

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Letang will be making his fifth All-Star Game appearance and Skinner his second, while Landeskog and Draisaitl will make their debuts in the midseason showcase.

All-Star festivities will be held in San Jose, Calif., Jan. 25-26, with the skills competition set for Friday night and the game itself Saturday.

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