Super-Early Predictions for the 2013-14 NHL All-Star Teams

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Super-Early Predictions for the 2013-14 NHL All-Star Teams
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The NHL All-Star teams are announced shortly after the Stanley Cup Final and rarely create a ton of buzz for the league, but that wasn't the case this year.

Washington Capitals star and Hart Trophy winner Alexander Ovechkin was named to the first All-Star team at right wing and made the second team as a left winger. It was the first time since Mark Messier in 1992 that a player had been selected to both teams in the same year.

This was an embarrassment for the NHL because there's no reason for one player to be on each team, but since Ovechkin played at both wing positions throughout the year, some writers didn't know which position he was supposed to be voted on.

As we look toward next season, Ovechkin is likely to make one of the two teams again. Who will join him on these all-star teams? Let's look at some super-early predictions.

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