February 24, 2024

NHL All-Star Game 2024: Rosters, schedule, how to watch


The 2024 NHL All-Star Weekend will take place Feb. 1-3, hosted by the Maple Leafs in Toronto.

The All-Star draft returned and took place on Thursday, with NHL stars as captains along with a celebrity co-captain. The four teams are: Team Matthews (Auston Matthews, Morgan Rielly, Justin Bieber); Team McDavid (Connor McDavid, Leon Draisaitl, Will Arnett); Team MacKinnon (Nathan MacKinnon, Cale Makar, Tate McRae); and Team Hughes (Quinn Hughes, Jack Hughes, Michael Bublé).

The All-Star skills competition took place Friday, won by Connor McDavid. The All-Star Game on Saturday was won by Team Matthews, 7-4 over Team McDavid. Matthews took home the MVP, with two goals and an assist in the final.

The initial list of 32 All-Stars (one per team) was revealed on Jan. 4. An additional 12 players (eight skaters and four goalies) were voted in by fans at NHL.com/vote, and revealed on Jan. 13.

Note: Stats are through the games of Jan. 31.

2024 All-Stars Teams

Team Matthews

Celebrity captain Justin Bieber

Captain: Auston Matthews, C, Toronto Maple Leafs

Age: 26
GP: 46 | G: 40 | A: 18


Asst. captain: Morgan Rielly, D, Toronto Maple Leafs

Age: 29
GP: 47 | G: 7 | A: 33


William Nylander, RW, Toronto Maple Leafs

Age: 27
GP: 47 | G: 23 | A: 38


Mitch Marner, RW, Toronto Maple Leafs

Age: 26
GP: 47 | G: 20 | A: 33


Jake Oettinger, G, Dallas Stars

Age: 25
Rec: 16-9-2 | GAA: 3.04 | SV%: .900


Clayton Keller, C, Arizona Coyotes

Age: 25
GP: 48 | G: 20 | A: 25


Mathew Barzal, C, New York Islanders

Age: 26
GP: 48 | G: 13 | A: 38


Igor Shesterkin, G, New York Rangers

Age: 28
Rec: 19-12-1 | GAA: 2.86 | SV%: .899


Filip Forsberg, LW, Nashville Predators

Age: 29
GP: 51 | G: 24 | A: 27


Alex DeBrincat, RW, Detroit Red Wings

Age: 26
GP: 50 | G: 18 | A: 25


Vincent Trocheck, C, New York Rangers

Age: 30
GP: 49 | G: 15 | A: 31

Team McDavid

Celebrity captain Will Arnett

Captain: Connor McDavid, C, Edmonton Oilers

Age: 27
GP: 43 | G: 20 | A: 47


Asst. captain: Leon Draisaitl, C, Edmonton Oilers

Age: 28
GP: 45 | G: 23 | A: 34


Connor Hellebuyck, G, Winnipeg Jets

Age: 30
Rec: 23-9-3 | GAA: 2.20 | SV%: .924


David Pastrnak, RW, Boston Bruins

Age: 27
GP: 49 | G: 33 | A: 39


Rasmus Dahlin, D, Buffalo Sabres

Age: 23
GP: 48 | G: 13 | A: 25


Robert Thomas, C, St. Louis Blues

Age: 24
GP: 49 | G: 17 | A: 35


Sam Reinhart, C, Florida Panthers

Age: 28
GP: 49 | G: 37 | A: 25


Sergei Bobrovsky, G, Florida Panthers

Age: 35
Rec: 23-10-2 | GAA: 2.51 | SV%: .910


Boone Jenner, C, Columbus Blue Jackets

Age: 30
GP: 35 | G: 13 | A: 5


Nick Suzuki, C, Montreal Canadiens

Age: 24
GP: 49 | G: 13 | A: 29


Tomas Hertl, C, San Jose Sharks

Age: 30
GP: 48 | G: 15 | A: 19

Team MacKinnon

Celebrity captain Tate McRae

Captain: Nathan MacKinnon, C, Colorado Avalanche

Age: 28
GP: 49 | G: 31 | A: 53


Asst. captain: Cale Makar, D, Colorado Avalanche

Age: 25
GP: 44 | G: 12 | A: 46


Sidney Crosby, C, Pittsburgh Penguins

Age: 36
GP: 46 | G: 27 | A: 23


Alexandar Georgiev, G, Colorado Avalanche

Age: 27
Rec: 27-11-2 | GAA: 2.91 | SV%: .898


Kirill Kaprizov, LW, Minnesota Wild

Age: 26
GP: 42 | G: 19 | A: 26


Sebastian Aho, C, Carolina Hurricanes

Age: 26
GP: 45 | G: 17 | A: 37


Tom Wilson, RW, Washington Capitals

Age: 29
GP: 46 | G: 12 | A: 9


Jeremy Swayman, G, Boston Bruins

Age: 25
Rec: 16-3-7 | GAA: 2.30 | SV%: .924


Travis Konecny, RW, Philadelphia Flyers

Age: 26
GP: 50 | G: 22 | A: 20


Elias Lindholm, C, Vancouver Canucks

Age: 29
GP: 49 | G: 9 | A: 23


Oliver Bjorkstrand, RW, Seattle Kraken

Age: 28
GP: 50 | G: 13 | A: 27

Team Hughes

Celebrity captain Michael Bublé

Co-captain: Quinn Hughes, D, Vancouver Canucks

Age: 24
GP: 49 | G: 12 | A: 50


Co-captain: Jack Hughes, C, New Jersey Devils

Age: 22
GP: 32 | G: 15 | A: 30

Note: Jack Hughes will not play due to injury.


Asst. captain: Elias Pettersson, C, Vancouver Canucks

Age: 25
GP: 49 | G: 27 | A: 37


Nikita Kucherov, RW, Tampa Bay Lightning

Age: 30
GP: 49 | G: 32 | A: 53


Thatcher Demko, G, Vancouver Canucks

Age: 28
Rec: 26-8-1 | GAA: 2.44 | SV%: .920


Kyle Connor, LW, Winnipeg Jets

Age: 27
GP: 31 | G: 18 | A: 11


Brady Tkachuk, LW, Ottawa Senators

Age: 24
GP: 47 | G: 22 | A: 19


Jesper Bratt, LW, New Jersey Devils

Age: 25
GP: 47 | G: 19 | A: 31


Cam Talbot, G, Los Angeles Kings

Age: 36
Rec: 14-13-5 | GAA: 2.59 | SV%: .911


Brock Boeser, RW, Vancouver Canucks

Age: 26
GP: 49 | G: 30 | A: 22


J.T. Miller, C, Vancouver Canucks

Age: 30
GP: 49 | G: 21 | A: 46


Frank Vatrano, RW, Anaheim Ducks

Age: 29
GP: 50 | G: 22 | A: 14

Injured players who will not participate

Connor Bedard, C, Chicago Blackhawks

Age: 18
GP: 39 | G: 15 | A: 18


Jack Eichel, C, Vegas Golden Knights

Age: 27
GP: 42 | G: 19 | A: 25

Details on the skills competition

Unlike in years past, where every All-Star would compete in at least one event, the new format will see just 12 All-Stars duking it out in a series of eight events, with points earned for placement in each. The player who has the most points at the end will receive $1 million.

The participants this year were: David Pastrnak, Nathan MacKinnon, Cale Makar, Leon Draisaitl, Connor McDavid, Mathew Barzal, Nikita Kucherov, Auston Matthews, William Nylander, Elias Pettersson, Quinn Hughes and J.T. Miller.

The events (and competitors) for the 2024 All-Star skills competition are:

  • Fastest skater (Nylander, Hughes, Makar, Barzal, McDavid)

  • Hardest shot (Matthews, Makar, Pastrnak, Miller, Pettersson)

  • Stickhandling (Hughes, McDavid, Pettersson, Kucherov, Draisaitl, MacKinnon, Pastrnak, Barzal, Nylander)

  • One-timers (Pettersson, MacKinnon, Draisaitl, Kucherov, Miller, Matthews, Barzal, Pastrnak)

  • Passing challenge (MacKinnon, Nylander, Makar, Barzal, Miller, Kucherov, Hughes, McDavid, Pettersson, Matthews, Draisaitl)

  • Accuracy shooting (Kucherov, Makar, McDavid, Hughes, Miller, Pastrnak, MacKinnon, Nylander, Draisaitl, Matthews)

  • The NHL shootout (top eight)

  • The NHL obstacle course (top six)

Each player chose four of the first six events in which to compete; the four lowest scoring players after those first six will be eliminated. For the shootout, the remaining eight players get to select which goalie they will shoot against (with the lowest score choosing first). The top six scores after that event move on to the final stage, the obstacle course, where point totals are doubled.



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