How to watch the 2022 NHL All-Star Game: Time, TV Channel, FREE Live Stream

The NHL All-Star Game is back for 2022 after being postponed for a year due to the Covid-19 pandemic, and it takes place on Saturday, February 5 (2/5/2022) at T-Mobile Arena of Las Vegas, home of the Golden Knights.

The 2022 NHL All-Star Game airs on ABC at 3 p.m. ET and can be streamed live on fuboTV, Sling and other live television services.

The game will be a three-on-three tournament with teams representing each of the league’s four divisions. The 11-man teams play two split semi-finals lasting just 20 minutes each, then the winners face off for the championship. The winning team wins $1 million.

The captains this year are Washington Capitals forward Alex Ovechkin, Toronto Maple Leafs forward Auston Matthews, Colorado Avalanche forward Nathan MacKinnon and Edmonton Oilers forward Connor McDavid.

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What: 2022 NHL All-Star Game

Which: NHL Divisional All-Star Teams

When: Saturday February 5

Or: T-Mobile Arena

Time: 3 p.m. ET

TV:ABC

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Here are the rosters for the 2022 game:

PACIFIC SECTOR

All-Star appearances in brackets, with the skill event listed. *-captain

  • F Leon Draisaitl, Edmonton
  • F Jordan Eberle, Seattle
  • F Johnny Gaudreau, Calgary
  • F Adrian Kempe, Los Angeles
  • F Connor McDavid, Edmonton
  • F Timo Meier, San Jose
  • F Mark Stone, Las Vegas
  • F Troy Terry, Anaheim
  • Dr. Alex Pietrangelo, Vegas
  • G John Gibson, Anaheim
  • G. Thatcher Demko, Vancouver
  • Coach: Peter DeBoer, Vegas

CENTRAL DIVISION

  • F Kyle Connor, Winnipeg
  • F Alex DeBrincat, Chicago
  • F Nazem Kadri, Colorado
  • F Kirill Kaprizov, Minnesota
  • F Clayton Keller, Arizona
  • F Jordan Kyrou, St. Louis
  • F Joe Pavelski, Dallas
  • Dr. Roman Josi, Nashville
  • D Cale Makar, Colorado
  • G Juuse Saros, Nashville
  • G Cam Talbot, Minnesota
  • Coach: Jared Bednar, Colorado

ATLANTIC

  • F Patrice Bergeron, Boston
  • F Jonathan Huberdeau, Florida
  • F Dylan Larkin, Detroit
  • F Auston Matthews, Toronto
  • F Steven Stamkos, Tampa Bay
  • F Nick Suzuki, Montreal
  • F Brady Tkachuk, Ottawa
  • Dr. Rasmus Dahlin, Buffalo
  • Dr. Victor Hedman, Tampa Bay
  • G. Jack Campbell, Toronto
  • G Andrei Vasilevskiy, Tampa Bay
  • Coach: Andrew Brunette, Florida

METROPOLITAN

  • F Sebastian Aho, Caroline
  • F Claude Giroux, Philadelphia
  • F Jake Guentzel, Pittsburgh
  • F Jack Hughes, New Jersey
  • F Evgeny Kuznetsov, Washington
  • F Chris Kreider, New York Rangers
  • F Tom Wilson, Washington
  • Dr. Adam Pelech, New York Islanders
  • Dr. Zach Werenski, Columbus
  • G Frederik Andersen, Carolina
  • G Tristan Jarry, Pittsburgh
  • Coach: Rod Brind’Amour, Caroline

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