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Central vs Pacific: The 64th NHL All-Star Game scheduled for Saturday at the SAP Center in San Jose, California. And the Pacific Division, with three sharks, will make the rounds as they try to win their third victory in four attempts from 3-in-3. The format implemented. San Jose will be represented by center Joe Pavelski, who is about to register 43 goals, a career record and offensive defenders Brent Burns and Erik Karlsson, the latter is out of the playoff of the regular season (bottom of the league). body), but you must participate.

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Central vs Pacific: “I’m proud to have three men,” Sharks Chief Executive Doug Wilson told reporters. “We could probably have four or five players, but I think it’s an event that will allow our fans to see the great players in this league and they deserve it.” The star is strong in all divisions, but the Metropolitan will not have Alex Ovechkin (37 goals), who announced earlier this month that he would not play and would be suspended for the first time. A game imposed by the NHL for capitals. Return game of rest.

Each division uses nine skaters and two goalkeepers in a qualifying tournament that won the Pacific in 2016 and 2018 and the Metropolitan in 2017. The Central meets the Pacific in the first semifinals of 20 minutes, followed by the Metropolitan Against the Atlantic. The winning divisions continue to play 20 minutes for a million dollars to win.

TV: ET 20:15, NBC, CBC, Sportsnet, TVA

Central vs Pacific: News
THE CENTRAL DIVISION:

Mikko Rantanen, Colorado, Nathan MacKinnon, and Gabriel Landeskog, who are the most prolific NHL line with 79 goals and 199 points, are three of the seven forwards available to Winnipeg coach Paul Maurice. Given that the Central and Atlantic teams have only two registered defenders, Maurice could organize the trio together in what appears to be an “all or nothing” situation. Maurice will also have two of his own players, Mark Scheifele and Blake Wheeler, as well as Patrick Kane of Chicago, who is in the top 12 in the points league with Kane tied for fifth with 29.

THE PEACEFUL DIVISION:

Connor McDavid of Edmonton, double winner of the Art Ross Trophy, leads a powerful unit that has four of the 11 main points, while Burns leads all the defenders with 46 Passes and 55 points. McDavid and Johnny Gaudreau of Calgary tied for third with 73 points, while the Oilers Leon Draisaitl and Sean Monahan of the Flames (McDavid and Gaudreau) tied for ninth place (61). Calgary coach Bill Peters is also proud of Calder Trophy favorite Elias Pettersson of Vancouver and goalkeepers John Gibson and Marc-André Fleury, who are 1-2 at home. League by a wide margin.