NHL All-Star Game: Top 10 things to know about the 2017-18 season

NHL All-Star Game: Top 10 things to know about the 2017-18 season

The NHL All Star Game is one of the most highly anticipated events of the season, but there are a few things that fans need to know ahead of the game in hopes of making it a memorable one.1.

Who are the players?3.

Who will the teams be?4.

What will be the atmosphere like?5.

Can the fans watch the game online?1.

Who are the NHL All Stars?1) Anaheim Ducks2) Buffalo Sabres3) Boston Bruins4) Calgary Flames5) Chicago Blackhawks6) Colorado Avalanche7) Dallas Stars8) Detroit Red Wings9) Edmonton Oilers10) Florida Panthers** *Note: The NHL has added two teams to its roster.

Anaheim and Buffalo will join the Florida Panthers, a franchise that has a strong history of winning Stanley Cups.

This is a franchise with a strong connection to the city of Anaheim and has a long history in the NHL.2) Chicago Bears3) Detroit Lions4) Green Bay Packers5) Minnesota Vikings6) New York Islanders7) New Jersey Devils8) Ottawa Senators9) Pittsburgh Penguins10) San Jose Sharks* *No. 9 is not eligible to participate in the game.

The other teams that made the cut include the Buffalo Sabres, the Florida Predators, the Minnesota Wild and the Pittsburgh Penguins.

The Florida Panthers and Ottawa Senators will not be in attendance.5) Pittsburgh Steelers6) Dallas Cowboys7) Denver Broncos8) Green Valley Sharks9) Nashville Predators10) New Orleans Saints* *The New Orleans Pelicans are not eligible for participation in the All-Stars game, and they are not included in the playoff pool.

The Dallas Cowboys and Green Valley Thunder will not play in the tournament.8) St. Louis Blues9) Tampa Bay Lightning10) Washington Capitals* *For the NHL’s official rulebook, see here.9) Washington Nationals10) Vancouver Canucks* *There will be one alternate jersey for each team.

The jerseys will be chosen from a list of 15 jersey manufacturers, and the All Stars will be presented with a jersey from each of the 15 teams.

The NHL Allstars will be selected by a panel of media members, including ESPN, ESPN2, NHL Network, NHL.com, NHL Awards and ESPN Canada.

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