The National Hockey League announced its first and second team All Star teams for the 2013 season on Wednesday and Rangers goaltender Henrik Lundqvist was selected to the second team. A Vezina Trophy finalist this past season, Lundqvist tied for the league-lead in wins with 24, was fifth among all goalies with a .926 save percentage, and was seventh with a 2.05 goals against average. He also was named Rangers MVP for the seventh consecutive season.
Lundqvist, who won the Vezina Trophy as the NHL's top goalie in 2012, was the First Team All-Star goaltender for the 2011-12 campaign.
Here's a look at the complete first and second All Star teams for 2013
NHL First All Star Team
G-Seregi Bobrovsky (Columbus)
D-P.K. Subban (Montreal)
D-Ryan Suter (Minnesota)
C-Sidney Crosby (Pittsburgh)
RW-Alex Ovechkin (Washington)
NHL Second All Star Team
G-Henrik Lundqvist (Rangers)
D-Francois Beauchemin (Anaheim)
D-Kris Letang (Pittsburgh)
C-Jonathan Toews (Chicago)
RW-Martin St. Louis (Tampa Bay)
LW-Alex Ovechkin (Washington)
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