Sebastian Aho and Frederik Andersen selected for NHL All-Star Game
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In addition to head coach Rod Brind’Amour, Sebastian Aho and Frederik Andersen will be representing the Carolina Hurricanes and Metropolitan Division at the NHL All-Star Game, the NHL announced yesterday.
Aho has scored 15 goals and 37 points in just 31 games this season, which leads the team in both categories. This will be his second All-Star Game appearance, after also appearing at the event in 2019.
Andersen is in his first season with the Hurricanes and has posted a .926 save percentage through 24 games. This will also be his second All-Star Game appearance, after appearing in 2020.
While Andrei Svechnikov was not selected, he is eligible to be voted in as part of the the Last Men In ballot.
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