BOSTON (CBS) — Over the summer with his play in the World Cup of Hockey, Bruins winger Brad Marchand proved on an international stage that he is a much more talented than many hockey fans ever knew.

And now, after a hot start to the season, he’s been selected to partake in his first NHL All-Star Game.

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He’ll be joined by goaltender Tuukka Rask as the only Bruins players named to the squad. Like Marchand, Rask will be making his first All-Star appearance.

The game will take place Sunday, Jan. 29, at 3:30 p.m. ET from the Staples Center in Los Angeles.

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The format of the weekend follows the four divisions — Atlantic, Metropolitan, Central and Pacific — with teams facing off in 3-on-3 “semifinal” games leading up to the “championship.” Games consist of two 10-minute halves.

Rask and Canadiens netminder Carey Price make up the goaltending tandem for the Atlantic Division.

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On the season, Marchand has 13 goals and 22 assists in 43 games played. Rask owns a 20-9-3 record to go with a .928 save percentage and 1.93 goals-against average. His five shutouts have him tied for the NHL lead, as Rask is putting together a Vezina-quality season for the Bruins.