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biggest All-Star snub?

Rontzeeez

Registered Member
Plain and simple? Who didn't make it, who really deserves it.
 
Patch, definitely. As for PK, some would argue that his defensive game (and lack of discipline) have played against him but his offensive stats could've secured him a spot in that game. But at the same time, PK said himself he didn't feel he deserved to be there this year anyway so maybe that'll light a fire under him for the rest of the season into the playoffs.
 

Sabby

New Member
EdgeHead said:
Patch, definitely. As for PK, some would argue that his defensive game (and lack of discipline) have played against him but his offensive stats could've secured him a spot in that game. But at the same time, PK said himself he didn't feel he deserved to be there this year anyway so maybe that'll light a fire under him for the rest of the season into the playoffs.

Could be on to something there about P.K. and his GWG last night could be evidence of a renewed commitment to lead his team to a deep playoff run.
 

StroShow

The return shall be legenday!
V.I.P.
I think PK has played good enough to earn himself a spot on the all star roster, and let's face it..the all star game is an exhibition to promote the games biggest star, and the game itself. No other player does that better than PK Subban imo, a big mistake on the NHL's part on this one.
 

Crypticshock

Registered Member
The NHL got Subban to take part in promoting their partnership with GoPro... but not the All Star weekend, where the GoPro partnership was pretty evident. Cameras everywhere.
 
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