Reacting to the NHL All-Star Game roster release and Tuukka Rask’s return to the ice | SportsNation

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Shae and Jordan Cornette run through the top stories from the NHL on Thursday night, including Tuukka Rask’s return to the ice, a controversial OT winner in Chicago and the announcement of the NHL All-Star teams. Check out SportsNation exclusively on ESPN+ every Monday through Friday at 10am ET and on-demand.

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