Calgary Flames forward @Johnny Gaudreau has been named to the Pacific Division roster for the 2022 NHL All-Star Game in Las Vegas.
This is the sixth all-star selection of Gaudreauโ€™s career. He previously represented the Flames at five consecutive games from 2015 to 2019.
For now, Gaudreau is the lone Flame on the Pacific Division roster. Each of the NHLโ€™s 32 teams will be represented in Las Vegas, including all eight teams in the Pacific.
Hereโ€™s the full Pacific Division roster:
  • @Connor McDavid (F, Edmonton) โ€” Captain
  • @Johnny Gaudreau (F, Calgary)
  • @Leon Draisaitl (F, Edmonton)
  • @Adrian Kempe (F, Los Angeles)
  • @Timo Meier (F, San Jose)
  • @Jordan Eberle (F, Seattle)
  • @Mark Stone (F, Vegas)
  • @Alex Pietrangelo (D, Vegas)
  • @John Gibson (G, Anaheim)
  • @Thatcher Demko (G, Vancouver)
Each of the four divisional rosters will have one more player โ€” the โ€œLast Man Inโ€ โ€” added to them via fan vote.
The following eight players are on the โ€œLast Men Inโ€ ballot for the Pacific Division:
  • @Troy Terry (F, Anaheim)
  • @Matthew Tkachukย (F, Calgary)
  • @Darnell Nurse (D, Edmonton)
  • @Drew Doughty (D, Los Angeles)
  • @Logan Couture (F, San Jose)
  • @Mark Giordano (D, Seattle)
  • J.T. Miller (F, Vancouver)
  • @Jonathan Marchessault (F, Vegas)
Tkachuk previously represented the Flames at the 2020 NHL All-Star Game in St. Louis.
Gaudreau, 28, currently leads the Flames with 38 points (15 goals, 23 assists) in 33 games this season. The 2022 NHL All-Star Game will take place in Las Vegas on Feb. 5.