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The Winter Olympics are taking place in Beijing, but some of the best hockey players in the world are in the US today for the 2022 NHL All-Star Game.
The NHL opted not to send its players to the Olympics this year, citing both travel restrictions and Covid concerns. Instead, over 40 of the league’s best players are in Las Vegas for the NHL All-Star Weekend. The celebrations began last night with the skill contest and culminates today with the annual NHL All-Star Game.
When is the NHL All Star Game? appointment time
The 2022 NHL All-Star Game takes place today, Saturday, February 5th and will be televised live from the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. Game starts at 3pm ET / 12pm PT.
If you would like to see the NHL All-Star Game in person, last minute tickets are still available at VividSeats.com. All tickets are delivered instantly via SMS or email, allowing you to buy All Star Game tickets online and have them on hand for the arena.
How to Watch an NHL All-Star Game on TV: What Channel Will It Air On?
If you want to watch the 2022 NHL All-Star Game on TV, you can catch the action live on ABC. Check your local listings to find your ABC affiliate and watch the 3:00 p.m. ET hockey game live.
How to Watch NHL All-Star Game Online: Live Stream Free Streaming
Don’t have cable or prefer to stream the All-Star game live? There are several ways to watch the NHL All-Star Game online.
1. Watch NHL All-Star game on fuboTV
fuboTV is one of our most popular live streaming sites with 100+ channels for sports, entertainment and more including ABC. Sign up for fuboTV and get instant access to live stream NHL All-Star game online or from your connected TV via fuboTV app.
A fuboTV subscription usually costs $64.99 per month, but the site now offers a 7-day free trial. Grab the free trial offer here and use it to stream the All Star game online for free on ABC. Choose to continue after that for $64.99 per month, or cancel your subscription at any time.
2. Watch NHL All-Star game on Vidgo
Another way to watch the NHL All-Star Game online is Vidgo. Vidgo brings you 100+ channels including ABC to stream the All-Star game online and ESPN for post-game coverage. Vidgo plans start at just $55 per month, but you can try the service with a 7-day free trial here.
Use the free trial to stream the all-star game online for free, then choose to sign up for a monthly plan or cancel your subscription.
3. Watch the NHL All-Star game on ESPN+
One of the best ways to live stream the NHL All-Star Game is on ESPN+. The streaming service gives you instant access to watch the All-Star game online from your computer, tablet or phone. You can also watch the hockey game on your smart TV through the ESPN+ app.
An ESPN+ subscription is only $6.99 per month and gives you instant access to the NHL All-Star Game live stream as well as a ton of other live sporting events like UFC Fight Nights, soccer and more.
Unfortunately, ESPN+ does not offer a free trial. So if you’re looking for a free stream of the NHL All-Star game, consider taking advantage of one of the fuboTV or Vidgo free trial offers above. Still, ESPN+ offers a big streaming deal with its Disney+ Bundle, which gives you ESPN+, Disney+, and Hulu for just $13.99 combined.
2022 NHL All-Star Game Players, Teams, Format
The NHL All-Star Game features 44 of the best players in the National Hockey League, with 11 players from each of four divisions: the Atlantic Division, the Metropolitan Division, the Central Division and the Pacific Division. Each team has nine field players and two goalkeepers.
The 2022 All-Star Game format follows the same rules as the previous five years, with a 3v3 single-elimination format.
Toronto Maple Leafs’ Auston Matthews captains the Atlantic Division team, while Edmonton Oilers’ Connor McDavid captains the Pacific Division team. Philadelphia Flyers’ Claude Giroux leads Metropolitan Division and Winnipeg Jets’ Kyle Connor earns captain’s “C” for Central Division team;
Catch all the action from the 2022 NHL All-Star Game on TV or stream it on ESPN+.