Rangers' Adam Fox, Chris Kreider selected to NHL All-Star Game

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Adam Fox blue jersey facing forward full upper body image October 2021
Adam Fox blue jersey facing forward full upper body image October 2021

The Rangers will be well-represented at NHL All-Star Weekend this season with defenseman Adam Fox and winger Chris Kreider earning roster selections.

In his third season with the Blueshirts, Fox is already on pace to shatter his career highs in goals and assists with five and 31, respectively, in only 37 games played. The All-Star appearance will be the 23-year-old’s first one since entering the league as the 66th overall pick in 2016.

For Kreider, this All-Star nod will be his second in 10 seasons, all of which he has spent with the Rangers. In his age 30 season, the former first-round draft pick has 21 goals and 11 assists with a face-off win percentage of 51.67 percent.

Both Fox and Kreider have helped lead the Rangers to a 23-10-4 record this season, good for second place in the Metropolitan Division, behind only the Carolina Hurricanes.

NHL All-Star Weekend will be held in Las Vegas from Feb. 4-5.