NHL All-Star Game Rosters Announced; Odds and Props Coming Soon

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The remaining 36 players for the 2012 NHL All-Star Game were announced by the league Thursday, that means sportsbooks will be announcing game odds and props soon. The remaining 36 players complete the roster for the January 29 contest in Ottawa at 4:00PM ET.

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After captains and alternate captains are named, the rosters will again be picked at the 2012 NHL All-Star Player Fantasy Draft, to be held January 26th.

The NHL All-Star Skills Competition will be held the day before the game, on January 28th at 7:00PM ET.

The players added to join the 6 players elected to the game by fan balloting: Forwards Daniel Alfredsson, Jason Spezza and Milan Michalek and defenseman Erik Karlsson of the host Senators, Boston Bruins goaltender Tim Thomas and defenseman Dion Phaneuf of the Toronto Maple Leafs.

Forwards selected by the league were Anaheim's Corey Perry; Boston youngster Tyler Seguin; Buffalo's Jason Pominville; Calgary captain Jarome Iginla; Chicago's Jonathan Toews, Patrick Kane and Marian Hossa; Jamie Benn of Dallas; Detroit's Pavel Datsyuk; Minnesota's Mikko Koivu; John Tavares of the New York Islanders; the Rangers' Marian Gaborik; Claude Giroux of Philadelphia; Pittsburgh's Evgeni Malkin, Logan Couture of San Jose; Tampa Bay sniper Steven Stamkos; Toronto's Phil Kessel and Joffrey Lupul; Henrik Sedin and Daniel Sedin of Vancouver; and Washington's Alex Ovechkin.

The additional defensemen picked were Boston's Zdeno Chara; Florida's Brian Campbell; Ryan Suter and Shea Weber of Nashville; the Rangers' Dan Girardi; Kimmo Timonen of Philadelphia; Keith Yandle of Phoenix; Vancouver's Alex Edler; the Capitals' Dennis Wideman; and Dustin Byfuglien of Winnipeg.

Goaltenders heading to the event will be Detroit's Jimmy Howard, Los Angeles' Jonathan Quick; Montreal's Carey Price; the Rangers' Henrik Lundqvist and Brian Elliott of St. Louis.

In addition, 12 rookies were chosen to participate, along with the 42 All- Stars, in the skills competition. The first year players include Edmonton's Ryan Nugent-Hopkins; Colorado's Gabriel Landeskog; New Jersey's Adam Henrique and Adam Larsson; Buffalo's Luke Adam; Justin Faulk of Carolina; Columbus' Ryan Johansen; Craig Smith of the Predators; Philadelphia's Sean Couturier and Matt Read; Vancouver's Cody Hodgson; and the Senators' Colin Greening.

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