19 Mar 2021 7:13 PM +00:00

Vote Now for the NHL 21 HUT All-Stars Team

NHL 21 has finally revealed voting for this year's NHL 21 HUT All-Stars, and there are some big names in the running as the title prepares to hit EA Play.

Fans will likely get a chance to vote in some of their favorites across multiple teams, as there are nearly one hundred different NHL players involved in the voting, and there's a limited time for you to make your voice heard.

Vote Now for NHL 21 HUT All-Stars

The voting is live now through the EA Sports website, and players can also vote from HUT on NHL 21.

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VOTE NOW: Don't wait and miss the chance to make your picks

Once voting is complete, there will be a playable NHL 21 HUT All-Stars game based on who all gets the nod in the voting here.

There is a limited time to make your voice heard, as voting has started now but will end on March 25, 2021, at which point the final line-ups will start being revealed on March 26, 2021.

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All NHL 21 Hut All-Stars Contenders

There are 96 players in the running for six different positions spread across all four NHL divisions, so there's a lot for each fan to vote for.

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HUT ALL-STARS: The voting is on, and 96 players have a shot

If you want to look ahead to who you'll be voting for, we've got details on every single player who is a contender for each NHL 21 HUT All-Stars position in each division.

NHL North Division Contenders

  • Centerman: Connor McDavid (Edmonton Oilers), Leon Draisaitl (Edmonton Oilers), Mark Scheifele (Winnipeg Jets), Auston Matthews (Toronto Maple Leafs)
  • Left Wing: Nikolaj Ehlers (Winnipeg Jets), Johnny Gaudreau (Calgary Flames), Kyle connor (Winnipeg Jets), Mathew Tkachuk (Calgary Flames)
  • Right Wing: Mitch Marner (Toronto Maple Leafs), Brock Boeser (Vancouver Canucks), Blake Wheeler (Winnipeg Jets), William Nylander (Toronto Maple Leafs)
  • Left Defense: Quinn Hughes (Vancouver Canucks), Darnell Nurse (Edmonton Oilers), Morgan Rielly (Toronto Maple Leafs), Thomas Chabot (Ottawa Senators)
  • Right Defense: Jeff Petry (Montreal Canadiens), Tyson Barrie (Edmonton Oilers), Neal Pionk (Winnipeg Jets), Rasmus Andersson (Calgary Flames)
  • Goalie: Frederik Andersen (Toronto Maple Leafs), Jacob Markstrom (Calgary Flames), Connor Hellebuyck (Winnipeg Jets), Carey Price (Montreal Canadiens)

NHL West Division Contenders

  • Centerman: Anze Kopitar (Los Angeles Kings), Nathan Mackinnon (Colorado Avalanche), Jordan Kyrou (St. Louis Blues), Ryan O'Reilly (St. Louis Blues)
  • Left Wing: David Perron (St. Louis Blues), Max Pacioretty (Vegas Golden Knights), Brandon Saad (Colorado Avalanche), Evander Kane (San Jose Sharks)
  • Right Wing: Mark Stone (Vegas Golden Knights), Conor Garland (Arizona Coyotes), Dustin Brown (Los Angeles Kings), Mikko Rantanen (Colorado Avalanche)
  • Left Defense: Jaco Chychrun (Arizona Coyotes), Shea Theodore (Vegas Golden Knights), Samuel Girard (Colorado Avalanche), Torey Krug (St. Louis Blues)
  • Right Defense: Drew Doughty (Los Angeles Kings), Cale Makar (Colorado Avalanche), Justin Faulk (St. Louis Blues), Matt Dumba (Minnesota Wild)
  • Goalie: Philip Grubauer (Colorado Avalanche), Marc-Andre Fleury (Vegas Golden Knights), Jordan Binnington (St. Louis Blues), John Gibson (Anaheim Ducks)

NHL East Division Contenders

  • Centerman: Nicklas Backstrom (Washington Capitals), Patrice Bergeron (Boston Bruins), Mathew Barzal (New York Islanders), Sidney Crosby (Pittsburgh Penguins)
  • Left Wing: Brad Marchand (Boston Bruins), James Van Riemsdyk (Philadelphia Flyers), Artemi Panarin (New York Rangers), Alex Ovechkin (Washington Capitals)
  • Right Wing: Bryan Rust (Pittsburgh Penguins), Sam Reinhart (Buffalo Sabres), Jakub Voracek (Philadelphia Flyers), David Pastrnak (Boston Bruins)
  • Left Defense: Ty Smith (New Jersey Devils), Nick Leddy (New York Islanders), Ivan Provorov (Philadelphia Flyers), Erik Gustafsson (Philadelphia Flyers)
  • Right Defense: John Carlson (Washington Capitals), Charlie Mcavoy (Boston Bruins), Justin Schultz (Washington Capitals), Noah Dobson (New York Islanders)
  • Goalie: Semyon Varlamov (New York Islanders), Vitek Vanecek (Washington Capitals), Tuukka Rask (Boston Bruins), Carter Hart (Philadelphia Flyers)

NHL Central Division Contenders

  • Centerman: Joe Pavelski (Dallas Stars), Brayden Point (Tampa Bay Lightning), Steve Stamkos (Tampa Bay Lightning), Jordan Staal (Carolina Hurricanes)
  • Left Wing: Jonathan Huberdeau (Florida Panthers), Alex Debrincat (Chicago Blackhawks), Filip Forsberg (Nashville Predators), Dominik Kubalik (Chicago Blackhawks)
  • Right Wing: Patrick Kane (Chicago Blackhawks), Andrei Svechnikov (Carolina Hurricanes), Cam Atkinson (Columbus Blue Jackets), Oliver Bjorkstrand (Columbus Blue Jackets)
  • Left Defense: Victor Hedman (Tampa Bay Lightning), Mikhail Sergachev (Tampa Bay Lightning), Roman Josi (Nashville Predators), Keith Yandle (Florida Panthers)
  • Right Defense: John Klingberg (Dallas Stars), Aaron Ekblad (Florida Panthers), Dougie Hamilton (Carolina Hurricanes), Filip Hronek (Detroit Red Wings)
  • Goalie: Andrei Vasilevskiy (Tampa Bay Lightning), James Reimer (Carolina Hurricanes), Kevin Lankinen (Chicago Blackhawks), Joonas Korpisalo (Columbus Blue Jackets)

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