NHL All-Star Team

The NHL All-Star Teams were first named at the end of the 1930–31 NHL season, to honor the best performers over the season at each position.

Representatives of the Professional Hockey Writers' Association vote for the all-star team at the end of the regular season.

The career leaders in citations are Gordie Howe, named to a total of 21 all-star teams (12 first, 9 second), all with the Detroit Red Wings, and Ray Bourque, named to a total of 19 all-star teams (13 first, 6 second) over the course of his 21-season career with the Boston Bruins and Colorado Avalanche. Alexander Ovechkin is the only player in history to be named to both all-star teams in the same season (as a left and right winger respectively) because of a voting error.[1]

Teams

1930s

1930–31:

First All-Star Team

1931–32:

First All-Star Team

1932–33:

First All-Star Team

1933–34:

First All-Star Team

1934–35:

First All-Star Team

1935–36:

First All-Star Team

1936–37:

First All-Star Team
Coach: Jack Adams

1937–38:

First All-Star Team

1938–39:

First All-Star Team
Coach: Art Ross

1939–40:

First All-Star Team

1940s

1940–41:

First All-Star Team

1941–42:

First All-Star Team

1942–43:

First All-Star Team
Coach: Jack Adams

1943–44:

First All-Star Team
Coach: Dick Irvin

1944–45:

First All-Star Team
Coach: Dick Irvin

1945–46:

First All-Star Team
Coach: Dick Irvin

1946–47:

First All-Star Team

1947–48:

First All-Star Team

1948–49:

First All-Star Team

1949–50:

First All-Star Team

1950s

1950–51:

First All-Star Team

1951–52:

First All-Star Team

1952–53:

First All-Star Team

1953–54:

First All-Star Team

1954–55:

First All-Star Team

1955–56:

First All-Star Team

1956–57:

First All-Star Team

1957–58:

First All-Star Team

1958–59:

First All-Star Team

1959–60:

First All-Star Team

1960s

1960–61:

First All-Star Team

1961–62:

First All-Star Team

1962–63:

First All-Star Team

1963–64:

First All-Star Team

1964–65:

First All-Star Team

1965–66:

First All-Star Team

1966–67:

First All-Star Team

1967–68:

First All-Star Team

1968–69:

First All-Star Team

1969–70:

First All-Star Team

1970s

1970–71:

First All-Star Team

1971–72:

First All-Star Team

1972–73:

First All-Star Team

1973–74:

First All-Star Team

1974–75:

First All-Star Team

1975–76:

First All-Star Team

1976–77:

First All-Star Team

1977–78:

First All-Star Team

1978–79:

First All-Star Team

1979–80:

First All-Star Team

1980s

1980–81:

First All-Star Team

1981–82:

First All-Star Team

1982–83:

First All-Star Team

1983–84:

First All-Star Team

1984–85:

First All-Star Team

1985–86:

First All-Star Team

1986–87:

First All-Star Team

1987–88:

First All-Star Team

1988–89:

First All-Star Team

1989–90:

First All-Star Team

1990s

1990–91:

First All-Star Team

1991–92:

First All-Star Team

1992–93:

First All-Star Team

1993–94:

First All-Star Team

1994–95:

First All-Star Team

1995–96:

First All-Star Team

1996–97:

First All-Star Team

1997–98:

First All-Star Team

1998–99:

First All-Star Team

1999–2000:

First All-Star Team

2000s

2000–01:

First All-Star Team

2001–02:

First All-Star Team

2002–03:

First All-Star Team

2003–04:

First All-Star Team

2005–06:

First All-Star Team

2006–07:

First All-Star Team

2007–08:

First All-Star Team

2008–09:

First All-Star Team

2009–10:

First All-Star Team

2010s

2010–11:

First All-Star Team

2011–12:

First All-Star Team

2012–13:

First All-Star Team

2013–14:

First All-Star Team

2014–15:

First All-Star Team

2015–16:

First All-Star Team

2016–17:

First All-Star Team

2017–18:

First All-Star Team

First team leaders by position

The following is a list of the most selected first team all-stars by position.

Active players are listed in boldface.

Centres:

Left wingers:

Right wingers:

Defencemen:

Goaltenders:

See also

References

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