Three Minnesota Wild members will participate in the 2017 NHL All-Star Game, but only two are players. Goalie Devan Dubnyk and defenseman Ryan Suter will be joined by their head coach Bruce Boudreau -- and I feel like there should be more (Staal, Koivu to name a couple).

44 players were named to the rosters for the game which will be played in a 3-on-3 format for 20-minutes again this year. Bruce Boudreau will coach the Central Division team because the Wild have the best points percentage in the division.

Each of the four divisions will have an 11 man team.

It will be Ryan Suter's third trip to an All-Star game, and Dubnyk's second strait visit. It will be Boudreau's first time behind the All-Star bench.

The game can be seen on NBC (KARE-11) starting at 2:30 PM CT.

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