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2018 NHL All-Star Game: Rosters, how to watch, TV schedule, stream

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Everything you need to know about the NHL’s marquee midseason event.

Tampa Bay Lightning v Chicago Blackhawks Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images

Patrick Kane will be the Chicago Blackhawks lone representative at the NHL All-Star Game on Sunday at Amalie Arena in Tampa, Florida. It will be Kane’s seventh All-Star appearance and fourth straight.

Kane, 29, leads the Hawks in all three scoring categories with 20 goals, 29 assists and 49 points in 49 games this season.

The All-Star Game will return to a 3-on-3 tournament format for a third straight year. Under the tournament rules, the All-Star Game will be divided into three 20-minute games, with star players from each NHL division making up the four All-Star teams: Pacific, Central, Atlantic and Metropolitan.

Each team had one player voted into the division by fans. The other All-Stars were selected by the NHL’s Hockey Operations Department. Each team has six forwards, three defenseman, and two goaltenders.

The two winners of the first-round games will go head-to-head in the final round, with the winning team taking home $1,000,000 in prize money.

Rosters

Atlantic Division

Coach: Jon Cooper, Lightning

F Aleksander Barkov, Panthers

F Jack Eichel, Sabres

F Nikita Kucherov, Lightning

F Brad Marchand, Bruins

F Auston Matthews, Maple Leafs

F Brayden Point, Lightning*

F Steven Stamkos, Lightning

D Mike Green, Red Wings

D Erik Karlsson, Senators

G Carey Price, Canadiens

G Andrei Vasilevskiy, Lightning

*Named injury replace for defenseman Victor Hedman

Metropolitan Division

Coach: Barry Trotz, Capitals

F Josh Bailey, Islanders

F Brian Boyle, Devils*

F Sidney Crosby, Penguins

F Claude Giroux, Flyers

F Alex Ovechkin, Capitals

F John Tavares, Islanders

D Noah Hanifin, Hurricanes

D Zach Werenski, Blue Jackets**

D Kris Letang, Penguins

G Braden Holtby, Capitals

G Henrik Lundqvist, Rangers

*Named injury replacement for forward Taylor Hall

**Named injury replacement for defenseman Seth Jones

Central Division

Coach: Peter Laviolette, Predators

F Patrick Kane, Blackhawks

F Nathan MacKinnon, Avalanche

F Brayden Schenn, Blues

F Tyler Seguin, Stars

F Eric Staal, Wild

F Blake Wheeler, Jets

D John Klingberg, Stars

D Alex Pietrangelo, Blues

D P.K. Subban, Predators

G Connor Hellebuyck, Jets

G Pekka Rinne, Predators

Pacific Division

Coach: Gerard Gallant, Golden Knights

F Brock Boeser, Canucks

F Johnny Gaudreau, Flames

F Anze Kopitar, Kings

F Connor McDavid, Oilers

F James Neal, Golden Knights

F Rickard Rakell, Ducks

D Brent Burns, Sharks

D Drew Doughty, Kings

D Oliver Ekman-Larsson, Coyotes

G Marc-Andre Fleury, Golden Knights

G Mike Smith, Flames*

*Named injury replacement for goaltender Jonathan Quick

How to watch

Date: Sunday, Jan. 27

When: 2:30 p.m. (CST)

Where: Amalie Arena; Tampa, Florida

TV: NBC

Stream: NBC Sports