Three L.A. Kings selected for 2018 NHL All-Star Game
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Three Los Angeles Kings have been chosen to represent the Pacific Division in the 2018 National Hockey League All-Star Game at the Amalie Arena in Tampa, Florida. They are center Anze Kopitar, defenseman Drew Doughty and goaltender Jonathan Quick. 

Kopitar leads the Kings with 27 assists, 44 points, 13 power play points, one shorthanded assist and 518 faceoff wins. He is also tied for the Kings lead in game-winning goals with four (tied with Doughty). Kopitar also has 17 goals, is a +15, 12 penalty minutes and 99 shots on goal. 

Doughty leads the Kings with a +21. He also has seven goals and 23 assists for 30 points, 28 penalty minutes, nine power-play points, one shorthanded goal (tied for the team lead with Trevor Lewis), and 114 shots on goal. 

After being injured for most of the 2016-17 season, Quick has been excellent in 2017-18. He has a record of 19-13-2 with three shutouts, a goals-against average of 2.52 and a save percentage of .926.

There are three mini-games in the NHL All-Star Game. The Pacific Division will play another division in the semi-final and will get to play another mini-game against the winner of the other semi-final if victorious. 

The Kings next home game at the Staples Center is Sat., Jan. 13 against the Anaheim Ducks. For tickets please click here.