2023 NHL All-Star Game
How to watch
Start time: 3:00 PM EST / 12:00 PM PST
Venue: FLA Live Arena, Sunrise, Florida
In Canada: CBC, Sportsnet (English), TVA Sports (French)
In the U.S.: ABC
Streaming: ESPN+, Sportsnet Now
Now that a convoluted skills competition has completed, the NHL All-Star Game is set to take place. As it has been in recent years, it’s a three-on-three tournament that pits players from each division against one another. The format doesn’t allow for as many players to participate as when it’s a five-on-five alignment, but much of the league’s top talent will be taking to the ice in Sunrise.
This year it’s a more logical Eastern Conference versus Western Conference setup. The two semifinals will determine the better division from each half of the map, and the final will give an indication of which group of eight teams is best. One player on Team Pacific, Bo Horvat, has already shifted to the Metropolitan Division following a trade from the Vancouver Canucks to the New York Islanders, and there is only a total of six defencemen participating, so you shouldn’t put too much stock in the final results.
Pacific vs. Central
Metropolitan vs. Atlantic
Winner of Semifinal 1 vs. Winner of Semifinal 2
Eastern Conference rosters
Western Conference rosters