Dave Lozo’s Bag Skate: The Only All-Star Game Snub That Matters Is P.K. Subban

January 12th, 2015 by Dave Lozo Leave a reply »

I tried so hard not to care. I swear.

After all, it’s just the NHL All-Star Game. Who cares, right? Players barely care, so why should I? I won’t waste my time thinking about players who were “snubbed” by the NHL’s Hockey Operations department, the group that selects those who will participate in All-Star festivities in Columbus next weekend.

I will not care.

Nope, I won’t do it.

I won’t.

It’s not going to happen. 

I have no interest in WHY ISN’T P.K. SUBBAN AN ALL-STAR???

Before I shout into the empty cavern of the Internet about why the exclusion of Subban is patently ridiculous, indulge me in one quick thing—snubs.

When All-Stars are announced, the news falls to every beat and national writer in North America. They are all simply doing their jobs by asking players about attending or not attending, a job I have done in the past. I get it. But here’s the thing…

…not everyone is a snub.

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