The Detroit Red Wings may only have one representative heading to Las Vegas for the 2021-22 NHL All-Star Game with Dylan Larkin’s nomination. That can change with the help of the Red Wings fanbase.
The Detroit Red Wings have another member who could get voted to join Larkin in Vegas for the All-Star Game on February 5th. Rookie sensation and former first-round draft pick Lucas Raymond has been included in this year’s edition of the “Last Man In” voting.
Fans who want to see another Red Wings player in this year’s all-star festivities or just want to see Raymond get some recognition for his fantastic rookie season should use their ten ballots a day to try and get Raymond in.
Red Wings fans who want to try and get Raymond to Vegas should click HERE and cast their ballots on NHL dot com’s website.
Detroit Red Wings fans can get Lucas Raymond to 2021-22 NHL All-Star Game.
It’s been a stellar rookie season for Raymond, who has had an exceptional welcome to the league. He’s got 37 games with ten goals and 20 assists for 30 total points on the season, which trails only Larkin, who has 32 points on the season.
Raymond has been every bit of exciting to watch after working hard to make the team out of training camp. He has seemingly captivated this fanbase as well, leaving them excited to see what’s going to happen next.
Between highlight-reel goals and quality plays in the offensive zone, Raymond has gotten the fans’ attention. Now is the time for the fans to try and help out Raymond and get him to Vegas for the 2021-22 NHL All-Star Game.
Fans can vote ten times every 24 hours, so everyone should make sure to vote for Raymond and ensure he is one of the “Last Men In” for this year’s festivities.