The 2023 NHL All-Star Weekend will take place on Feb. 3 and 4, hosted by the Florida Panthers in Sunrise, Florida.
The All-Star Skills competition is scheduled for Friday and will be broadcast on ESPN, with the All-Star Game slated for Saturday, broadcast on ABC with a simulcast on ESPN+.
Details on the specific skills competitions is coming soon, but will include events with a signature South Florida influence.
The first 16 All-Stars have been announced, with one representative for each Eastern Conference team; the players from the Central and Pacific will be announced during the second intermission of Capitals-Blue Jackets on ESPN.
The remaining 12 All-Stars will be determined by an online fan vote, which ends on Jan. 17. The results will be revealed on Jan. 19.
Note: Stats are through the games of Jan. 4.
Linus Ullmark, G, Boston Bruins
Rec: 21-1-1 | GAA: 1.86 | SV%: .939
Tage Thompson, RW, Buffalo Sabres
GP: 36 | G: 30 | A: 25
Dylan Larkin, C, Detroit Red Wings
GP: 35 | G: 13 | A: 20
Matthew Tkachuk, LW, Florida Panthers
GP: 36 | G: 20 | A: 27
Nick Suzuki, C, Montreal Canadiens
GP: 38 | G: 15 | A: 17
Brady Tkachuk, LW, Ottawa Senators
GP: 38 | G: 13 | A: 26
Nikita Kucherov, C, Tampa Bay Lightning
GP: 37 | G: 13 | A: 41
Mitch Marner, LW, Toronto Maple Leafs
GP: 38 | G: 14 | A: 29
Andrei Svechnikov, RW, Carolina Hurricanes
GP: 38 | G: 19 | A: 14
Johnny Gaudreau, LW, Columbus Blue Jackets
GP: 36 | G: 10 | A: 27
Jack Hughes, C, New Jersey Devils
GP: 38 | G: 22 | A: 22
Brock Nelson, C, New York Islanders
GP: 39 | G: 15 | A: 23
Igor Shesterkin, G, New York Rangers
Rec: 18-6-5 | GAA: 2.43 | SV%: .917
Kevin Hayes, C, Philadelphia Flyers
GP: 37 | G: 9 | A: 23
Sidney Crosby, C, Pittsburgh Penguins
GP: 37 | G: 19 | A: 24
Alex Ovechkin, LW, Washington Capitals
GP: 40 | G: 28 | A: 19
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