Projecting All-Stars for the 2nd Half of the 2015 NHL Season

January 26th, 2015 by Steve Macfarlane Leave a reply »
It's time for a do-over.

With the puck dropping on the unofficial second half of the 2014-15 NHL season, players get a fresh start for the playoff stretch. Based on the numbers alone over the first half, some of these guys finished off the mark in terms of All-Star Game selections but showed some promise for the next 35 games or so. 

I'm taking a stab at predicting the NHL All-Stars for the second half of the season, but leaving out the guys who we named collectively here. We can assume they will, barring injury, continue impressing.

Instead you'll see guys who fell short over the first half due to injury, illness, slumps or a combination of all of those things but got hot heading into the break. 

They're the top candidates for second-half glory.

Click ahead to see them by position and add your picks in the comments section. 

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