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Now That the calendar turns to 2018-2019, the NHL is once again in full swing with its first All-Rookie game in nearly two decades.
Here are the 30 teams that have already been selected for the 2019 NHL All Star Game:The Boston Bruins are once again the NHL’s All-Time leading scorer.
They lead the league in goals (26) and points (42) and have won 11 Stanley Cups.
They’ve also won two Presidents’ Trophies.
The New York Islanders led the NHL in scoring last season with a team-leading 21 goals, the third-most in the league behind the Detroit Red Wings and Tampa Bay Lightning.
The Washington Capitals led the league with 19 goals.
The team’s captain, Alex Ovechkin, has a .917 save percentage and a 2.26 goals-against average.
The other top goal-scorers were Evgeni Malkin (20 goals) and Jonathan Toews (16).
The Columbus Blue Jackets are the NHLs most consistent scoring team and have scored more than 70 goals in nine of the past 10 seasons.
They’ve won 10 Presidents’ Trophy and have reached the Stanley Cup Final five times in that span.
They have the league’s second-most playoff wins (21).
The Nashville Predators have won 10 of the last 12 Stanley Cups, including two of the most recent in the Eastern Conference.
They led the League in scoring for most of the regular season but were swept by the Washington Capitals in the first round.
The Blue Jackets had the league leader in goals for the third straight season last season and won their first Presidents’ trophy.
The Anaheim Ducks are currently in the middle of their best season since the 2003-04 season.
They won the Presidents’ Cup and made the playoffs for the second time in four years.
The Calgary Flames are the top scoring team in the NHL with 37 goals.
They finished last season in the bottom third of the League standings, but made the Stanley Cups Finals for the first time since 1999.
The Flames also have the League’s second most playoff victories (21) in the past decade.
The Los Angeles Kings are in the midst of a remarkable run of success.
They’re the NHL leaders in points per game, goals per game and goals against average.
They went 17-5-1 last season.
The Philadelphia Flyers are one of the NHL most consistent teams, having won five Presidents’ Cups and reached the postseason three times in the last five years.
They were the top-scoring team in both the regular and postseason last season, finishing third in scoring and second in goals.
The Edmonton Oilers won the Stanley Championships last season as the best team in North America.
The club also made the postseason for the fifth straight season and earned a spot in the Stanley Final.
They also won a Presidents’ title in 2014.
The Buffalo Sabres are one the NHL teams with the most Stanley Cup titles in franchise history.
The Sabres have won seven Stanley Cups and made it to the Stanley Finals for a second consecutive year.
The Vancouver Canucks are the league leaders in scoring.
They are second in the League with 28 goals.
Goalies have been their trademark, as they are 6-2-0 in their past seven seasons.
The Canucks also have won the Calder Trophy as the league leading scorer in goals, assists and points.
The Montreal Canadiens are the most consistent team in NHL history.
They made the post-season four consecutive seasons, making the playoffs five times and winning the Presidents Trophy in 2015.
The Canadiens finished second to the Los Angeles Lakers last season when the season ended.
The Pittsburgh Penguins are in their first All Star season since 2007.
They make the playoffs in five of the six seasons since they were selected in the top five in the 2019 draft.
They swept the Presidents Cup in the 2017-18 season.
The Penguins are the only team in their history to win two Stanley Cups in the same season.