From All-Star Games between 1998-2003, former offensive defenseman Sandis Ozolinsh only missed one of six selections. His scoring production, from the blue line, was matched by very few in the league over that span of time.
Interestingly enough, Ozolinsh actually played a professional All-Star Game as recently as 2012, in Latvia, as part of a tournament All-Star Team playing against Team Fedorov (headed up by Sergei Fedorov).
Ozolinsh was extremely close to becoming a two-time All-Star with the Canes, but former general manager Jim Rutherford traded him away to the Florida Panthers 46 games into the season. He actually missed representing the 2002 Eastern Conference Champion Canes by just a few games.
As a career journeyman that suited up for six different teams, Ozolinsh made his mark in numerous regions of North America. Most of his career was spent playing for the San Jose Sharks and Colorado Avalanche (five years each). As a member of the Avs, he won his only Cup in 1996.