Montreal Canadiens captain Nick Suzuki has been named to the Eastern roster for the NHL All-Star meeting in Toronto on February 3.

Suzuki leads the Canadian with 12 goals and 22 assists this season, in 37 games.

The 24-year-old Ontario native averages 21:02 of ice time per game, the highest of any Canadiens forward.

Suzuki was also an All-Star in 2020, as a rookie, as well as in 2022 and 2023.

Also in the East group is Auston Matthews of the Maple Leafs, the league leader with 30 goals this season.

Sidney Crosby (Penguins), David Pastrnak (Bruins), Sebastian Aho (Hurricanes), Matthew Barzal (Islanders), Rasmus Dahlin (Sabres), Alex DeBrincat (Red Wings), Jack Hughes (Devils), Boone Jenner (Blue Jackets), Travis Konecny (Flyers), Nikita Kucherov (Lightning), Sam Reinhart (Panthers), Igor Shesterkin (Rangers), Brady Tkachuk (Sénateurs) et Tom Wilson (Capitals) vont compléter la brigade de l’Est.

The NHL will announce a total of 32 All-Star players Thursday night.

The other 12 players who will make the All-Star roster will be chosen by fan vote by January 11.