With the NHL All-Star Game just approaching on the 26th of January, various NHL teams and media outlets are creating campaigns to help cast the final votes for all four divisions.
So far, we've seen the Colorado Avalanche persuade hockey fans by releasing a fantastic video in hopes of voting in captain Gabriel Landeskog into his first ASG; the Miami Heat used the video of Dwyane Wade colliding with Alexsander Barkov to get Floridians to vote in the Panthers centre; the Toronto Maple Leafs have harnessed the power of Auston Matthews, Zach Hyman, Patrick Marleau to convince voters to fill the ballot bot for potential Norris trophy candidate Morgan Rielly.
The final day to vote in the NHL's Last Men In campaign happens to be on Thursday, January 10th.
One of the Atlantic Division candidates happens to be Sabres sniper Jeff Skinner, who's enjoying a career year with 29 goals in 43 games playing primarily next to Jack Eichel.
Taking a page out of the "better late than never" playbook, Buffalo sports radio show called "The Instigators" featuring former NHLers Andrew Peters and Craig Rivet released a video from the show's Twitter account featuring Skinner's move he used from the Sabres' skills competition.
In the clip, the Skinner spins around with the puck on his stick with the shooting stars music and meme intertwined. Have a watch for yourself.
You have to admire the creativity here. This video alone should lock him in as an all-star, besides the fact he trails only Alexander Ovechkin for the NHL's lead in goals.
Skinner is in some stiff competition matched up against Patrice Bergeron, Dylan Larkin, Barkov, Shea Weber, Mark Stone, Brayden Point and Rielly in the vote.
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