Monday January 19th, 2015

The NHL All-Star Game will be held Saturday in Columbus, Ohio. The game was originally set to be played in Columbus in 2013, but the NHL locked its players out, leading to the game's cancelation.

Sunday's contest is the NHL's first All-Star Game since 2012. Last season's game was not played because of the NHL's participation in the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia.

The players on Team Foligno will be the designated home team and wear black jerseys​, while Team Toews are the road team and will wear white.

How to watch

Details for Sunday's 60th NHL All-Star Game are below:

When: Jan. 25

Where: Nationwide Arena, Columbus, Ohio

Time: 5 p.m. ET

TV Coverage: NBCSN

Live stream: A live stream can be found here.

Captains: Nick Foligno, Columbus; Jonathan Toews, Chicago  

​Coaches: Peter Laviolette, Nashville; Darryl Sutter, Los Angeles Kings 

Roster: All-Star Game rosters can be found here.

                                                     Past results

 Year                     City           Venue              Results               MVP
1947 Toronto Maple Leaf Gardens All-Stars 4, Maple Leafs 3  
1948 Chicago Chicago Stadium All-Stars 3, Maple Leafs 1  
1949 Toronto Maple Leaf Gardens All-Stars 3, Maple Leafs 1  
1950 Detroit Olympia Stadium Red Wings 7, All-Stars 1  
1951 Toronto Maple Leaf Gardens First Team 2, Second Team 2  
1952 Detroit Olympia Stadium First Team 1, Second Team 1  
1953 Montreal Montreal Forum All-Stars 3, Canadiens 1  
1954 Detroit Olympia Stadium All-Stars 2, Red Wings 2  
1955 Detroit Olympia Stadium Red Wings 3, All-Stars 2  
1956 Montreal Montreal Forum All-Stars 1, Canadiens 1  
1957 Montreal Montreal Forum All-Stars 5, Canadiens 3  
1958 Montreal Montreal Forum Canadiens 6, All-Stars 3  
1959 Montreal Montreal Forum Canadiens 6, All-Stars 1  
1960 Montreal Montreal Forum All-Stars 2, Canadiens 1  
1961 Chicago Chicago Stadium All-Stars 3, Black Hawks 1  
1962 Toronto Maple Leaf Gardens Maple Leafs 4, All-Stars 1 Eddie Shack, Toronto
1963 Toronto Maple Leaf Gardens All-Stars 3, Maple Leafs 3 Frank Mahovlich, Toronto
1964 Toronto Maple Leaf Gardens All-Stars 3, Maple Leafs 2 Jean Beliveau, Montreal
1965 Montreal Montreal Forum All-Stars 5, Canadiens 2 Gordie Howe, Detroit
1966 No game - Event moved to mid-season      
1967 Montreal Montreal Forum Canadiens 3, All-Stars 0 Henri Richard, Montreal
1968 Toronto Maple Leaf Gardens Maple Leafs 4, All-Stars 3 Bruce Gamble, Toronto
1969 Montreal Montreal Forum  West 3, East 1 Frank Mahovlich, Toronto
1970 St. Louis St. Louis Arena East 4, West 1 Bobby Hull, Chicago
1971 Boston  Boston Garden West 2, East 1 Bobby Hull, Chicago
1972 Bloomington, Minn. Met Sports Center East 3, West 2 Bobby Orr, Boston
1973 New York Madison Square Garden East 5, West 4 Greg Polis, Pittsburgh
1974 Chicago Chicago Stadium West 6, East 4 Garry Unger, St. Louis
1975 Montreal Montreal Forum Wales 7, Campbell 1 Syl Apps, Pittsburgh
1976 Philadelphia The Spectrum Wales 7, Campbell 5 Peter Mahovlich, Montreal
1977 Vancouver Pacific Coliseum Wales 4, Campbell 3 Rick Martin, Buffalo
1978 Buffalo Memorial Auditorium Wales 3, Campbell 2 (OT) Billy Smith, N.Y. Islanders
1979 No game - Challenge Cup      
1980 Detroit Joe Louis Arena Wales 6, Campbell 3 Reggie Leach, Philadelphia
1981 Inglewood, Calif. The Forum Campbell 4, Wales 1 Mike Liut, St. Louis
1982 Washington The Capital Centre Wales 4, Campbell 2 Mike Bossy, N.Y. Islanders
1983 New York Nassau Coliseum Campbell 9, Wales 3 Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton
1984 East Rutherford, N.J. Brendan Byrne Arena Wales 7, Campbell 6 Don Maloney, N.Y. Rangers
1985 Calgary Olympic Saddledome Wales 6, Campbell 4 Mario Lemieux, Pittsburgh
1986 Hartford Hartford Civic Center Wales 4, Campbell 3 (OT) Grant Fuhr, Edmonton
1987 No game - Rendez-vous '87       
1988 St. Louis St. Louis Arena Wales 6, Campbell 5 (OT) Mario Lemieux, Pittsburgh
1989 Edmonton Northlands Coliseum Campbell 9, Wales 5 Wayne Gretzky, Los Angeles
1990 Pittsburgh Civic Arena Wales 12, Campbell 7 Mario Lemieux, Pittsburgh
1991 Chicago Chicago Stadium Campbell 11, Wales 5 Vincent Damphousse, Toronto
1992 Philadelphia The Spectrum Campbell 10, Wales 6 Brett Hull, St. Louis
1993 Montreal Montreal Forum Wales 16, Campbell 6 Mike Gartner, N.Y. Rangers
1994 New York Madison Square Garden East 9, West 8 Mike Richter, N.Y. Rangers
1995 No game - NHL lockout      
1996 Boston FleetCenter East 5, West 4 Ray Bourque, Boston
1997 San Jose San Jose Arena East 11, West 7 Mark Recchi, Montreal
1998 Vancouver GM Place North America 8, World 7 Teemu Salanne, Anaheim
1999 Tampa Ice Palace North America 8, World 6 Wayne Gretzky, N.Y. Rangers
2000 Toronto Air Canada Centre World 9, North America 4 Pavel Bure, Florida
2001 Denver Pepsi Center North America 14, World 12 Bill Guerin, Boston
2002 Los Angeles Staples Center World 8, North America 5 Eric Daze, Chicago
2003 Sunrise, Fla. Office Depot Center West 6, East 5 (SO) Dany Heatley, Atlanta
2004 St. Paul, Minn. Xcel Energy Center East 6, West 4 Joe Sakic, Colorado
2005 No game - NHL lockout      
2006 No game - Turin Olympics      
2007 Dallas American Airlines Center West 12, East 9 Daniel Briere, Buffalo
2008 Atlanta Philips Arena  East 8, West 7 Eric Staal, Carolina
2009 Montreal Bell Centre East 12, West 11 (SO) Alexei Kovalev, Montreal
2010 No game - Vancouver Olympics      
2011 Raleigh, N.C. RBC Center Lidstrom 11, Staal 10 Patrick Sharp, Chicago
2012 Ottawa Scotiabank Place Chara 12, Alfredsson 9 Marian Gaborik, N.Y. Rangers
2013 No game - NHL lockout      
2014 No game - Sochi Olympics      

 

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