The NHL announced its first and second All-Star teams after the NHL Awards ceremony in Las Vegas on Tuesday night.
Pittsburgh Penguins forward Sidney Crosby and Boston Bruins defenseman Zdeno Chara each earned their third nod to the First All-Star Team. Anaheim Ducks forward Corey Perry and Chicago Blackhawks defenseman Duncan Keith each received their second First Team selection.
Washington Capitals forward Alex Ovechkin was selected to one of the All-Star Teams for the ninth time in his career, one more than Jaromir Jagr for most among active players.
Here's a look at the rosters for each of the teams.
2013-14 NHL First All-Star Team
|G||Tuukka Rask||Boston Bruins|
|D||Duncan Keith||Chicago Blackhawks|
|D||Zdeno Chara||Boston Bruins|
|C||Sidney Crosby||Pittsburgh Penguins|
|RW||Corey Perry||Anaheim Ducks|
|LW||Jamie Benn||Dallas Stars|
2013-14 NHL Second All-Star Team
|G||Semyon Varlamov||Colorado Avalanche|
|D||Shea Weber||Nashville Predators|
|D||Alex Pietrangelo||St. Louis Blues|
|C||Ryan Getzlaf||Anaheim Ducks|
|RW||Alex Ovechkin||Washington Capitals|
|LW||Joe Pavelski||San Jose Sharks|
The All-Rookie Team was also named. It's a diverse group which features natives of Canada, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Sweeden, and the United States.
2013-14 NHL All-Rookie Team
|G||Frederik Andersen||Anaheim Ducks|
|D||Hampus Lindholm||Anaheim Ducks|
|D||Torey Krug||Boston Bruins|
|F||Nathan McKinnon||Colorado Avalanche|
|F||Tyler Johnson||Tampa Bay Lightning|
|F||Ondrej Palat||Tampa Bay Lightning|
Feature photo courtesy of Greg M. Cooper / Reuters