On Tuesday, the NHL announced the rosters for the 2017 NHL All-Star Game, and four Blackhawks made the cut.
Forwards Patrick Kane and Jonathan Toews, defenseman Duncan Keith and goaltender Corey Crawford are all headed to Los Angeles. Nashville defenseman PK Subban, if healthy, will be the captain of the Central Division team.
Kane is tied with Sidney Crosby for second in the NHL with 44 points entering Tuesday night’s action. Kane’s 32 assists are second in the league behind Connor McDavid, while Keith’s 28 assists rank fourth overall. Crawford’s .925 save percentage is tenth in the league.
The 2017 NHL All-Star Game is on Jan. 29, with the skill competition the previous night.
They're going to Hollywood!
— Chicago Blackhawks (@NHLBlackhawks) January 10, 2017