It’s that time of the year again, where regular NHL action takes a four-day break for the NHL All-Star Weekend, which takes place this year in Los Angeles. Erik Karlsson will be the Sens’ lone representative to Team Atlantic. This will be the captain’s fourth career All-Star Game, already two thirds as many as Daniel Alfredsson. You can find the full rosters here.
As usual, the weekend will be split into two main events: the skills competition, and the actual All-Star Game. The NHL is adding an additional event this year, titled NHL100, where they will reveal a list of the 100 greatest NHL players of all time in light of the NHL’s 100th anniversary.
Here’s all the information you need to know about how and when to watch the festivities (all times in eastern time):
Friday, January 27th
NHL100: 9:30 PM - Sportsnet Ontario/Pacific/West/East, TVA Sports
Saturday, January 28th
Skills Competition: 7:00 PM - CBC, Sportsnet Ontario/Pacific/West/East, TVA Sports
Sunday, January 29th
2017 NHL All-Star Game: 3:30 PM - CBC, Sportsnet Ontario/Pacific/West/East, TVA Sports
Monday, January 30th
No NHL action, resumes Tuesday