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What to know about NHL All-Star Weekend

Updated February 2, 2022 - 2:00 pm

A guide to NHL All-Star Weekend at T-Mobile Arena and the Strip and the ancillary events.

When and where

Noon Saturday at T-Mobile Arena. The format is a three-game three-on-three tournament.

TV info

KTNV-13 will broadcast the game, which also will be streamed on ESPN+.


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Other events

Fan Fair: 3-9 p.m. Thursday-Friday, 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Saturday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday, Las Vegas Convention Center’s West Hall

NHL All-Star Skills: 4:30 p.m. Friday, T-Mobile Arena, Strip (ESPN)

Fan Fair highlights

— Mascot Showdown: The league’s mascots compete against one another Thursday, Saturday and Sunday.

— NHL All-Star Skills Zone: Fans can see if their hockey skills measure up.

— Autograph stage: NHL alumni will be on hand to lend their John Hancocks.

— All-Star Drop Trailer: The 20-foot trailer has two 60-inch TVs and an oversized air hockey table.

— Fan Zone: Air and bubble hockey games with a DJ in the background.

— ESPN+ Locker Room: Fans get a chance to see their names on All-Star jerseys.

— NHL All-Star Official Merchandise Shop: The name says it all.

— Sports Kids Zone: Lots of activities for younger fans.

— Hockey Hall of Fame: See the NHL’s trophy case and other artifacts from the league’s history.

— Black Hockey History Tour: Learn how these trailblazers impacted the sport.

— NHL Street: More than 300 local boys and girls will compete in 20-minute street- and ball-hockey games.

— Stanley Cup Display: Take a photo with arguably the most famous trophy in North American professional sports.

— Golden Knights: The hometown team also will have a presence.

NHL All-Star Skills events

T-Mobile Arena

Fastest skater: One sprint around the rink to determine who’s the fastest.

Accuracy shooting: It’s not enough to put the puck in the net; players have to hit specific targets.

Hardest shot: The name speaks for itself.

Save streak: This is about the highest number of consecutive saves, with total saves as the tiebreaker.

Breakaway challenge: Skaters show their shot creativity.


Fountain Face-Off: Shooters gets five attempts at targets in the fountain.

Las Vegas Boulevard

21 in ’22: In a definite Las Vegas twist, players shoot at 52 oversized playing cards hoping for blackjack.

Golden Knights in the game

LW Jonathan Marchessault

RW Mark Stone

D Alex Pietrangelo

Coach Pete DeBoer


Pacific Division, C Connor McDavid, Oilers — Has finished first or second in scoring every season since 2016-17.

Central Division, C Joe Pavelski, Stars — Second to Brett Hull in career playoff goals for an American-born player.

Atlantic Division, C Auston Matthews, Maple Leafs — Had a 10-game goal streak this season in road games, one off the NHL record.

Metropolitan Division, C Claude Giroux, Flyers — Longest-tenured captain in Flyers history.

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