How to stream and watch the NHL All-Star Game

The NHL All-Star Game at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas will begin with the Metropolitan Division facing off against the Pacific Division in a 3 on 3 Tournament.

That will then be followed up the Atlantic and Central Divisions squaring off. Winners of each contest will play in the Final to take home All-Star honors.

How to watch the NHL ALL-Star Game

The game will be broadcast on National Television in the U.S. by ABC Network (check your local listings). In Canada, Sportnet and TVAS will carry the festivities. Additionally, it will be available via streaming services ESPN+ and FuboTV.

All-Star Schedule:

  • Metro vs Pacific Semifinal 3:00 PM ET
  • Atlantic vs Central Semifinal 4:00 PM ET

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Feb 3, 2022; Las Vegas, Nevada, USA; The Stanley Cup is seen during the 2022 NHL All-Star Game Fan Fair at the Las Vegas Convention Center. Mandatory Credit: Aaron Doster-USA TODAY Sports

Chris Kreider of the New York Rangers is among those to watch for the Metro team. He has produced a league-leading 33 goals through the first 47 games this season.

Kreider likely will share plenty of ice time with Claude Giroux of the Philadelphia Flyers. Giroux will play in his seventh All-Star Game, which is tied with Steven Stamkos of the Lightning for the most appearances among this year’s selections.

“I always enjoy it,” Giroux said of his previous All-Star experiences. “Anytime you get to play with the best in the league, it’s always great.”

Expect the Atlantic Division to counter offensively with Jonathan Huberdeau of the Florida Panthers, who leads the NHL with 64 points (17 goals, 47 assists) in 47 games, and Auston Matthews of Toronto, who has 29 goals this season after scoring a league-leading 41 in 52 games last season.

The Atlantic also features the league’s top-scoring defenseman, Victor Hedman of Tampa Bay, who has 47 points (10 goals, 37 assists) in 46 games.

Troy Terry is one of six first-time All Stars on the Pacific team, joining forwards Jonathan Marchessault and Mark Stone of the Vegas Golden Knights, Timo Meier of the San Jose Sharks, Adrian Kempe of the Los Angeles Kings and goalie Thatcher Demko of the Vancouver Canucks.

The Central team has eight first-time All-Stars, including Kirill Kaprizov of the Minnesota Wild, who led NHL rookies in goals (27) and points (51) last season.

“It’s a lot of fun for me, a lot of fun for all the players that get to participate,” Kaprizov said.

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