All You Need to Know About the 2020 NHL All-Star Game

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The 2020 NHL All-Star Game is quickly approaching. From the Skills Competition, the 3v3 Tournament, to the Women’s 3v3. Here, you will find all you need to know about the weekend.



David Pastrnak “C” – Boston

Tyler Bertuzzi – Detroit

Anthony Duclair – Ottawa

Jack Eichel – Buffalo

Jonathan Huberdeau– Florida

Mitch Marner – Toronto

Brady Tkachuk– Ottawa

Victor Hedman – Tampa Bay

Shea Weber– Montreal

Frederik Andersen– Toronto


Kris Letang “C” – Pittsburgh

Matthew Barzal – New York Islanders

Nico Hischier – New Jersey

Travis Konecny – Philadelphia

T.J Oshie – Washington

Chris Kreider – New York Rangers

John Carlson – Washington

Jaccob Slavin – Carolina

Seth Jones – Columbus

Braden Holtby – Washington

Tristan Jarry – Pittsburgh


Nathan MacKinnon “C” – Colorado

Patrick Kane – Chicago

Ryan O’Reilly – St. Louis

David Perron – St. Louis

Mark Scheifele – Winnipeg

Tyler Seguin – Dallas

Eric Staal – Minnesota

Roman Josi – Nashville

Alex Pietrangelo – St Louis

Jordan Binnington – St Louis

Connor Hellebuyck– Winnipeg


Connor McDavid “C” – Edmonton

Leon Draisaitl– Edmonton

Tomas Hertl – San Jose

Anze Kopitar – Los Angeles

Max Pacioretty – Las Vegas

Elias Petterson – Vancouver

Matthew Tkachuk– Calgary

Mark Giordano – Calgary

Quinn Hughes – Vancouver

Jacob Markstrom – Vancouver

David Rittich – Calgary

The All-Star Skills Competition

This year’s All-Star Weekend includes all the previous events, such as the Fastest Competition, the hardest shot, the accuracy shooting, Save Streak and Shootout, and will be held this weekend.

A new event which will be known as Shooting Stars will debut this year. This event is described as players will be on elevated platforms and shoot pucks to targets on the ice.

Women’s 3v3

Another new event, known as the Women’s 3v3, will also make it’s debut in the NHL All-Star Weekend this year. Two teams will face off against each other. Canadian Women’s All-Stars from will play against the American All-Stars.

Canadian Roster

Meghan Agosta

Mélodie Daoust

Rebecca Johnston

Sarah Nurse

Marie-Philip Poulin

Natalie Spooner

Blayre Turnbull

Renata Fast

Laura Fortino

Ann-Renée Desbiens

Coached by : Jayna Hefford

American Roster

Kendall Coyne-Schofield

Brianna Decker

Amanda Kessel

Hilary Knight

Jocelyne Lamoureux-Davidson

Annie Pankowski

Alexandra Carpenter

Kacey Bellamey

Lee Stecklein

Alex Rigsby Cavallani

Coached by : Cammi Granato

Closing Thoughts

I personally might be watching the All Star Game, I watch it most years. I mostly have it as background noise that I check on every now and then. However, I will for sure be interested in the Skills Competition. For me, that’s the most interesting part of the weekend. Another thing to note is that alongside with many of my colleagues, I don’t enjoy the All-Star Game itself, I enjoy the Skills Competition.

In another article that will come in the next few days, I will write about who I believe deserved to be an All-Star this year, but got snubbed.

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2020 NHL All-Star Game

Photo Credit : Dinur Blum

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Jacob is a full-time college student who is also an Ottawa Senators fanatic. Jacob got his start in sports media with Puck77, a discontinued hockey blog. Jake set to continue writing and made his way to Overtime Heroics. Jake is now a managing editor for the site, while also hosting a podcast, is a contributor for FanSided's SensShot and he is kickstarting his own hockey blog, The Scoreboard.