Leo Komarov has been selected as the Maple Leafs representative at the 2016 NHL All-Star Game. Komarov is playing a career best season so far; scoring 15 goals and 12 assists for 27 points in 37 games. Komarov's previous NHL high was 8 goals and 18 assists for 26 points in 62 games. Coach Babcock has been playing him as a top six forward and he has excelled in that role.

As a reminder, this years All-Star Game is a 3-on-3 mini tournament. Komarov will play on the Atlantic Division squad captained by Jarmoir Jagr, along with forwards Patrice Bergeron, Dylan Larkin, Ryan O'Reilly, and Steven Stamkos; defencemen Aaron Ekblad, Erik Karlsson, and P.K. Subban; and goalies Ben Bishop, and Roberto Luongo. They will play the Metropolitan division team in a 20 minute 3-on-3 game. The winner of the game will then go on to play the winner of the Western Conference game in a final match. The winning team splits a $1M prize.

You can find the full rosters here.

While playing at the game they will wear these lovely All-Star jerseys.

The All-Star Skills Competition will be on Saturday January 30th at 7pm EST. The All-Star Game itself will be on Sunday January 31st starting at 5pm EST.