Want to watch the 2020 NHL All-Star Game? We’ve got you covered! Here’s everything you need to know, including the rosters, start time, TV channel, live stream link, our predictions, and more!
After an exciting skills competition on Friday night, the 2020 NHL All-Star Game will be held on Saturday, Jan. 25 at Enterprise Center in St. Louis Missouri. The fun will begin at 8:00 p.m. EST or thereabouts on NBC in America. In Canada, it can be viewed on CBC, Sportsnet, and TVAS.
This year, the All-Star Game will have a three-on-three tournament format. Each division has a team. The Metropolitan Division will play the Atlantic Division in the Eastern Conference. Meanwhile, the Central Division will play the Pacific Division in the Western Conference. The winner of those two games will square off in the championship game. As extra motivation, the winning team gets a $1 million prize.
Games will be 20 minutes in length and separated into two 10-minute periods. There will be a shootout after the second period if there is a tie. The Metropolitan Division are the reigning champions after winning the tournament in 2019. They’ve won two of the past four All-Star Game Tournaments, while the Pacific Division has won the other two.
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Forwards: Tyler Bertuzzi, Anthony Duclair, Jack Eichel, Jonathan Huberdeau, Mitch Marner, David Pastrnak (captain), Brady Tkachuk
Defensemen: Victor Hedman, Shea Weber
Goalies: Frederik Andersen, Andrei Vasilevskiy
Forwards: Patrick Kane, Nathan MacKinnon (captain), Ryan O’Reilly, David Perron, Mark Scheifele, Tyler Seguin, Eric Staal
Defensemen: Roman Josi, Alex Pietrangelo
Goalies: Jordan Binnington, Connor Hellebuyck
Forwards: Mathew Barzal, Nico Hischier, Travis Konecny, Chris Kreider, T.J. Oshie
Defensemen: John Carlson, Seth Jones, Kris Letang (captain), Jaccob Slavin
Goalies: Braden Holtby, Tristan Jarry
Forwards: Leon Draisaitl, Tomas Hertl, Anze Kopitar, Connor McDavid (captain), Max Pacioretty, Elias Pettersson, Matthew Tkachuk
Defensemen: Mark Giordano, Quinn Hughes
Goalies: Jacob Markstrom, David Rittich
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The first game will be the matchup between the Metropolitan Division and the Atlantic Division. That game will start at roughly 8:00 p.m. EST. After that, the Central Division will face the Pacific Division. The winner of those two games will face each other in the championship.
In the first game, we think the Metropolitan Division will beat the Atlantic Division. Also, we believe the Pacific Division will beat out the Central Division, setting up an epic championship game with the Pacific Division coming out on top.