Edmonton Oilers striker Leon Draisaitl was among the latest additions to the next NHL All-Star game, while Toronto Maple Leafs defenseman Morgan Rielly was one of the top contenders for the NHL All-Star game. rare high-level players to be left behind.

The NHL released the last four additions to the all-star weekend on Friday. Draisaitl (Pacific), Jeff Skinner (Atlantic) of the Buffalo Sabers, Gabriel Landeskog (Center) of the Colorado Avalanche and Pittsburgh Penguins defender Kris Letang (Metropolitan), will join their divisional teams at of the weekend in San Jose, California.

Each team left a place on its list to be completed by a vote of the fans.

Draisaitl, Oilers' lineman and Pacific All-Star captain Connor McDavid, is tied for the # 10 scoring in the NHL with 54 points (23 goals, 31 assists). The German striker defeated Calgary's Norris Mark Giordano to qualify for Pacific Place

This could be perceived as a surprise considering the size of the Toronto supporter base, Skinner, who beats the players, including Rielly, gets the last spot on the Atlantic team.

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This could be perceived as a surprise considering the size of the Toronto supporter base, Skinner, who beats the players, including Rielly, gets the last spot on the Atlantic team.

Rielly is the second scorer among the defenders with 46 points (13 goals, 33 assists). The Maple Leafs have tried to get him into the game of stars by publishing a series of videos on social networks.

"I appreciate all the votes and all the people at home, and especially my teammates who are campaigning," Rielly said Friday, before adding with a smile: "I'm glad it's over. We no longer have to watch the video, but I still enjoy it. "

Of course, more than half of the voters were surprised to see Rielly freeze the game in the year. Hockey Night in Canada Twitter poll.

Skinner, making his second star appearance, is enjoying a great season in Buffalo with 29 goals and 13 assists in 43 games.

Landeskog, who, like Draisaitl, will make his debut as a star, has 27 goals and 24 assists in 44 games, while Letang, who is a star for the fifth time, has 10 goals and 27 assists in 41 games. .

In a statement, the NHL said more than 11.5 million votes were cast over a seven-day period to determine the last four star game participants.