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Line 1: Nail Yakupov
The NHL's 2012 No. 1 draft pick is currently tearing it up in the KHL. Although the lockout sucks because there is no NHL hockey, a line of Kovalchuk, Datsyuk and Yakupov would be an amazing line that could have probably went toe-to-toe with the famous K-L-M line of the Soviet Union's Red Army.
Line 2: Tyler Seguin
The Boston Bruins' star forward decided to make the journey to Europe to skate for EHC Biel of the Swiss Elite League. He is a star on the rise, and he would have an amazing time playing with Alex Ovechkin and Evgeni Malkin.
Line 3: Rick Nash
Rick Nash slots in on the third line of this All-Star team, and he would skate alongside buddy Joe Thornton and Henrik Zetterberg. This line would feature scoring, solid two-way play and veterans of hockey.
Line 4: Alexander Semin
Alexander Semin would be in his comfort zone on this team, because he would be playing overseas and he would be surrounded with a ton of his fellow countrymen. Semin has a lot of talent and he would thrive on this fourth line with Anze Kopitar as his pivot.
Bench: Daniel Briere