The NHL announced the full All-Star roster for this year’s mid-season festivities on Thursday and with it comes the scrutiny of those selections. The players selected will be split up via a fantasy draft during All-Star weekend in Ottawa.
There is always a debate about how to select the team and who should vote.
Should the game be used to reward guys who have had the best half-seasons? Should it be used to reward past great play? Should there be a combination of both? Does every team need to be represented?
There are a million ways to go about it and inevitably, there are guys who end up on the roster that have no business on the team.
Here are six guys who have no business on the All-Star Roster.
Who do you want to see removed?