The Golden Knights have taken the NHL by storm, and the team's two biggest names will head to Tampa for the All Star game.
Goalie Marc-Andre Fleury and forward James Neal were selected to represent the Pacific Division at the 2018 All Star game.
Fleury has been the face of the franchise since he was selected in the expansion draft from Pittsburgh. Despite his limited playing time - he's only played in 12 games due to a concussion - Fleury has been excellent.
Among goalies with at least 10 starts, Fleury leads the league in save percentage at .945. That mark would blow away his previous career high of .921.
Neal led the charge for the Golden Knights fast start, as he scored six times in Vegas' first four games. He's posted 18 goals and 11 assists on the season, and thanks to the success of the team, may be getting a contract extension.
But Neal's 29 points are just fifth best on the team. Vegas has two of the biggest snubs for the all star game, as William Karlsson (22 goals, 14 assists) and Jonathan Marchessault (16 goals, 24 assists) have been a part of one of the best lines in the NHL.
The Golden Knights will also have Gerard Gallant coaching the Pacific All Stars, as Vegas has the best record in the division.
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