Ex-Michigan defenseman voted to NHL All-Star game in rookie season

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Ex-Michigan defenseman voted to NHL All-Star game in rookie season
Ex-Michigan defenseman voted to NHL All-Star game in rookie season

Vancouver Canucks rookie defenseman Quinn Hughes is headed to the All-Star game. The former Michigan Wolverine was one of four players added to the All-Star game roster, via the NHL's Last Men In voting. While the rosters for the Jan. 25 game in St. Louis were announced on Dec. 30, fans were able to vote to determine one more All-Star representative from all four divisions, which were revealed Saturday night. Hughes, who has four goals and 27 assists in 44 games this season, will join the Pacific Division team. The 5-foot-10, 170-pounder ranks third among rookies in scoring and is 11th among all defensemen. He becomes the 11th Canucks defenseman to be named to an All-Star Game roster and first

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