Your 2019 Honda NHL All-Star weekend in San Jose is officially over. The players have shown what they’ve got in the skills competitions, the divisional games have been played and the $1m has been won.
Central Division v Pacific Division
This NHL All-Star game-day started with a bang, 14 goals were scored in the first game between the Central and Pacific Divisions.
Colorado Avalanche’s Gabriel Landeskog scored a hat trick and Mikko Rantanen scored twice. Roman Josi, Mark Scheifele and Ryan O’Reilly also scored, with Patrick Kane netting a double. Pekka Rinne made eight saves on nine shots and Devan Dubnyk registered 19 on 22.
On the other side of the puck home favorite Erik Karlsson scored twice, Brent Burns also found the net and Johnny Gaudreau finished the scoring whilst his father watched from the bench.
Anaheim’s John Gibson made two saves on nine shots and Vegas’ Marc-Andre Fleury registered six on nine.
The victory for the Central Division saw them win for the first time in the last three years.
Metropolitan Division v Atlantic Division
Sid Crosby had two goals, Kris Letang also scored and Sebastian Aho netted his first NHL All-Star goal for the Metro Division. Seth Jones of the Columbus Blue Jackets also netted twice, Henrik Lundqvist made 5 saves in the first 10 minutes and Braden Holtby made 11 from 13 in the second 10.
Jack Eichel, Steven Stamkos, Jeff Skinner and John Tavares found the net for the Atlantic Division. Andrei Vasilevskiy registered 10 saves and Jimmy Howard nine.
Metropolitan Division v Central Division
Sebastian Aho registered his first All-Star assist and scored his second goal of the evening, whilst the top line of Sid Crosby, Mathew Barzal and Kris Letang each recored a goal in the first half to help their side win the $1m and the bragging rights.
Claude Giroux and Kyle Palmieri netted for the Metro and Cam Atkinson scored a double, with The King, Henrik Lundqvist making six saves and Braden Holtby 12 to help lead the Metro to a 10-5 victory.
Gabriel Landeskog extended his 2019 All-Star scoring streak to four goals, his Avs teammate Mikko Rantanen scored twice. Blake Wheeler of the Winnipeg Jets and Ryan O’Reilly of the Blues completed the scoring for the Central Division.
Pekka Rinne made six saves on 10 shots and Devan Dubnyk made six on 11 for the Central.
Patrick Kane – Chicago Blackhawks
Gabriel Landeskog – Colorado Avalanche
Nathan MacKinnon (C) – Colorado Avalanche
Ryan O’Reilly – St Louis Blues
Mikko Rantanen – Colorado Avalanche
Mark Scheifele – Winnipeg Jets
Blake Wheeler – Winnipeg Jets
Miro Heiskanen – Dallas Stars
Roman Josi – Nashville Predators
Pekka Rinne – Nashville Predators
Devan Dubnyk – Minnesota Wild
Leon Draisaitl – Edmonton Oilers
Johnny Gaudreau – Calgary Flames
Clayton Keller – Arizona Flames
Connor McDavid (C) – Edmonton Oilers
Joe Pavelski – San Jose Sharks
Elias Pettersson – Vancouver Canucks
Brent Burns – San Jose Sharks
Drew Doughty – L.A. Kings
Erik Karlsson – San Jose Sharks
Marc-Andre Fleury – Vegas Golden Knights
John Gibson – Anaheim Ducks
Sebastian Aho – Carolina Hurricanes
Cam Atkinson – Columbus Blue Jackets
Mathew Barzal – New York Islanders
Sid Crosby (C) – Pittsburgh Penguins
Claude Giroux – Philadelphia Flyers
Kyle Palmieri – New Jersey Devils
John Carlson – Washington Capitals
Seth Jones – Columbus Blue Jackets
Kris Letang – Pittsburgh Penguins
Henrik Lundqvist – New York Rangers
Braden Holtby – Washington Capitals
Jack Eichel – Buffalo Sabres
Nikita Kucherov – Tampa Bay Lightning
Auston Matthews (C) – Toronto Maple Leafs
David Pastrnak – Boston Bruins
Jeff Skinner – Buffalo Sabres
Steven Stamkos – Tampa Bay Lightning
John Tavares – Toronto Maple Leafs
Thomas Chabot – Ottawa Senators
Keith Yandle – Florida Panthers
Andrei Vasilevskiy – Tampa Bay Lightning
Jimmy Howard – Detroit Red Wings