2007 NHL All-Star Starters
Sidney Crosby, Penguins
Sid The Kid is the youngest player (19 years, 5 months) to be chosen to start by fan vote. He's also the NHL's scoring leader. Small wonder he received a league-best 825,783 votes.
Alexander Ovechkin, Capitals
The electrifying 2005-06 Calder Trophy-winner leads the NHL in goals and ranks second behind Sidney Crosby in the scoring race.
Daniel Briere, Sabres
The Sabres' feisty scoring leader and co-captain is making the first All-Star appearance of his eight-year career.
Brian Campbell, Sabres
The quarterback of Buffalo's mobile defense is a first-time All-Star.
Sheldon Souray, Canadiens
The only Eastern starter who has previously been an All-Star, Souray is one of the league's most potent blueline scoring threats.
Ryan Miller, Sabres
The second-year netminder ranks fifth in wins for the conference pacesetters, who are the first team since 1986 to boast three All-Star starters.
Joe Sakic, Avalanche
The Avs' respected captain is making the fourth start of his storied 18-year career.
Joe Thornton, Sharks
Jumbo Joe, the reigning NHL MVP, ranks second in the league in assists. He'll start for the second consecutive year while making the fourth All-Star appearance of his career.
Jonathan Cheechoo, Sharks
Coming off a 56-goal season, the 2004 Young Stars Game alum will make his All-Star debut.
Nicklas Lidstrom, Red Wings
The four-time Norris Trophy-winner and bulwark of Detroit's blueline has earned his seventh consecutive start.
Scott Niedermayer, Ducks
The fleet-footed backliner shares the NHL scoring lead among defensemen with teammate Chris Pronger. Niedermayer, three times an All-Star as a Devil, will make his first appearance as a Duck.
Roberto Luongo, Canucks
After enduring five often tough seasons in Florida, Luongo is thriving in Vancouver and will make his first All-Star start.