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TAMPA, Fla. Martin St. Louis was named an NHL Second Team All-Star at right wing, the league announced Wednesday. St. Louis, 38, was voted to the second team for the fourth time.
The Washington Capitals Alex Ovechkin, a previous five-time selection to the NHL First All-Star Team as a left wing, was voted to the top team as a right wing to become the second player in league history to receive the top honor at multiple positions. He joins Mark Messier, who was honored at left wing (1980-81, 1981-82) and center (1989-90, 1991-92).St. Louis had 60 points with 43 assists in 48 games played this season. Representatives of the Professional Hockey Writers Association conduct voting for the all-star teams at regular seasons end.Here are the complete teams:NHL First Team All-Star
G Sergei Bobrovsky, Columbus Blue Jackets 38 21 11 6 2.00 .932 4
D P.K. Subban, Montreal Canadiens 42 23:14 11 27 38
D Ryan Suter, Minnesota Wild 48 27:16 4 28 32
C Sidney Crosby, Pittsburgh Penguins 36 21:06 15 41 56
RW Alex Ovechkin, Washington Capitals 48 20:53 32 24 56
LW Chris Kunitz, Pittsburgh Penguins 48 18:01 22 30 52
NHL Second Team All-Star
G Henrik Lundqvist, New York Rangers 43 24 16 3 2.05 .926 2
D Francois Beauchemin, Anaheim Ducks 48 23:27 6 18 24
D Kris Letang, Pittsburgh Penguins 35 25:38 5 33 38
C Jonathan Toews, Chicago Blackhawks 47 19:20 23 25 48
RW Martin St. Louis, Tampa Bay Lightning 48 21:59 17 43 60
LW Alex Ovechkin, Washington Capitals 48 20:53 32 24 56
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