Goalie: Maxim Dorozhko (Vityaz, 513 votes, first-time appearance);
Defenseman: Alexander Nikishin (SKA, 396, first-time appearance);
Forwards: Andrei Altybarmakyan* (HC Sochi, 442, second appearance); Marat Khairullin (SKA, 399, first-time appearance).
*Altybarmakyan is the first player to participate at a KHL All-Star Game after being selected among JHL players and by direct participation.
Goalie: Alexei Kolosov (Dinamo Minsk, 864, first-time appearance);
Defenseman: Nikita Nesterov (CSKA, 413, second appearance);
Forwards: Vitaly Pinchuk (Dinamo Minsk, 531, first-time appearance), Eric O’Dell (Dynamo Moscow, 451 second appearance).
Goalie: Eddie Pasquale (Metallurg, 571, first-time appearance);
Defenseman: Yegor Yakovlev (Metallurg, 383, first-time appearance);
Forwards: Alexander Radulov (Ak Bars, 571, seventh appearance), Anton Burdasov (Traktor, 550, second appearance).
Goalie: Andrei Kareyev (Salavat Yulaev, 752, first-time appearance);
Defenseman: Trevor Murphy (Sibir, 419, first-time appearance);
Forwards: Alexander Chmelevski (Salavat Yulaev, 620, first-time appearance), Sergei Tolchinsky (Avangard, 414, first-time appearance).
Voting begins Wednesday, Oct 19, for media representatives accredited for the 2022-2023 season. The media will have to choose three skaters for each team. To participate, journalists should log in to the KHL media portal and visit the “Voting” section. The media have an opportunity to vote until 12 p.m. on Oct 21. The remaining players will be selected by the League.
Each team will consist of 11 players (2 goalies and 9 skaters), including the four best players of the JHL Challenge Cup, which will be distributed among the teams later.
The 2022 Fonbet KHL All-Star Game will be held in Chelyabinsk on Dec 10-11.