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The NHL's 2022 All-Star "Last Man In" players have been announced

The fans have cast their votes and the four "last man in" player's have been selected, here's who made the cut.

Central Division: Nazem Kadri

There's no surprise here that Nazem Kadri was selected as the last man in for the Central Division. With 49 points in 33 games, he currently sits fifth in points in the NHL.

Fan's as well as player's from all teams were furious when Kadri was initially snubbed from the first 36 spots of the All-Star game. He will be joining team mates Nathan Mackinnon and Cale Makar representing the Colorado Avalanche.

Pacific Division: Troy Terry

Troy Terry is having a breakout season with the Anaheim Ducks, he is currently 6th in NHL scoring with 22 goals, and also has 14 assists to give him 36 points in 38 games.

He will be joining team mate John Gibson (goalie) as a representative of the Pacific division for the Anaheim Ducks.

Atlantic Division: Steven Stamkos

Steven Stamkos got selected by the Atlantic Division to join the all-star game. He currently has 18 goals and 46 points with the Lightning so far this season.

He will be joining Victor Hedman, and Andrei Vasilevskiy (goalie) as representatives for the Tampa Bay Lightning.

Metropolitan Division: Jake Guentzel

Replacing the initial voted in All-Star Mika Zibanejad who couldn't attend due to personal matters, Jake Guentzel of the Pittsburgh Penguins was next in line.

Guentzel has been fantastic this year, with 20 goals and 38 points in 32 games so far this year. He missed some time earlier this year due to COVID-19 protocol.