How to Watch ‘2020 NHL All-Star Game’ Online – Live Stream the Event!

By Gabriela Vatu / January 25, 2020

The 2020 National Hockey League All-Star Game is just around the corner, and we cannot wait to watch the event online. If you want to watch the NHL All-Star Game online, then come find out how you can do that as well.

This year, the NHL All-Star game will take place in St. Louis, Missouri, at the Enterprise Center. Previously, the St. Louis Arena hosted the NHL All-Star Game in 1970 and 1988.

The 2020 All-Star game will be fifth ever when there's a four-team, 3-on-3 single-elimination format. One team represents each of the league's four divisions. The first time the NHL All-Star Game took place was back in 1947, so it's been quite the road for the league.

Who Are the Division Captains?

As every year, the division captains are voted by the fans. This year, David Pastrnak from the Boston Bruins will lead the Atlantic team, Nathan MacKinnon from the Colorado Avalanche will lead the Central team, Kris Letang from the Pittsburgh Penguins will lead the Metropolitan team, and Connor McDavid from the Edmonton Oilers will lead the Pacific Team.

What Are the Rosters for the 2020 NHL All-Star Game?

This year's teams are already built and eagerly waiting for the All-Star Game to kick off. Here are the chosen players for each team.

Atlantic Division

Position Player Team
Forward David Pastrnak Boston Bruins
Forward Tyler Bertuzzi Detroit
Forward Anthony Duclair Ottawa Senators
Forward Jack Eichel Buffalo Sabres
Forward Jonathan Huberdeau Florida Panthers
Forward Mitch Marner Toronto Maple Leafs
Forward Brady Tkachuk Ottawa Senators
Defense Victor Hedman Tampa Bay Lightning
Defense Shea Weber Montreal Canadiens
Goalie Frederik Andersen Toronto Maple Leafs
Goalie Andrei Vasilevskiy Tampa Bay Lightning

Metropolitan Division

Position Player Team
Defense Kris Letang Pittsburgh Penguins
Forward Mathew Barzal New York Islanders
Forward Nico Hischier New Jersey Devils
Forward Travis Konecny Philadelphia Flyers
Forward Chris Kreider New York Rangers
Forward T. J. Oshie Washington Capitals
Defense John Carlson Washington Capitals
Defense Seth Jones Columbus Blue Jackets
Defense Jaccob Slavin Carolina Hurricanes
Goalie Braden Holtby Washington Capitals
Goalie Tristan Jarry Pittsburgh Penguins

Central Division

Position Player Team
Forward Nathan MacKinnon Colorado Avalanche
Forward Patrick Kane Chicago Blackhawks
Forward Ryan O’Reilly St. Louis Blues
Forward David Perron St. Louis Blues
Forward Mark Scheifele Winnipeg Jets
Forward Tyler Seguin Dallas Stars
Forward Eric Staal Minnesota Wild
Defense Roman Josi Nashville Predators
Defense Alex Pietrangelo St. Louis Blues
Goalie Jordan Binnington St. Louis Blues
Goalie Connor Helleybuyck Winnipeg Jets

Pacific Division

Position Player Team
Forward Connor McDavid Edmonton Oilers
Forward Leon Draisaitl Edmonton Oilers
Forward Tomas Hertl San Jose Sharks
Forward Anze Kopitar Los Angeles Kings
Forward Max Pacioretty Vegas Golden Knights
Forward Elias Pettersson Vancouver Canucks
Forward Matthew Tkachuk Calgary Flames
Defense Mark Giordano Calgary Flames
Defense Quinn Hughes Vancouver Canucks
Goalie Jacob Markstrom Vancouver Canucks
Goalie David Rittich Calgary Glames

When and Where to Watch the NHL All-Star Game?

The 2020 NHL All-Star game is scheduled to kick off on January 25th, 2020. The event will be broadcast by NBC, starting with 8 PM ET.

How Can I Live Stream the NHL All-Star Game?

In today's world, we all love to consume content as soon as possible and to find the quickest way to do this. One of the best ways you can enjoy watching the NHL All-Star game is with the help of fuboTV, which is a single bundle platform that will enable you to access a ton of content. There are also a bunch of channel packs that you can add to your subscription, as well as premium networks you can get. Start your 7-day free trial on fuboTV now!

Besides various channel packs, you can also add a bunch of premium networks to your subscription, which we are sure you would enjoy. There are numerous apps you can download to enjoy watching the NHL All-Star Game, such as for iOS and Android phones and tablets, Apple TV, Android TV, Fire TV, Chromecast, Roku, and more. (Note: NBC is a channel that broadcasts in select markets only, so even if you use a live TV platform such as fuboTV, you're going to need to use a VPN in order to connect to a server that's in a different city so you can access the content. Click here to find out more about this.)

Here's how you can start watching the NHL All-Star Game Online:

Other Ways to Watch the NHL All-Star Game

Sling TV - Another live TV platform that features NBC is Sling TV, which is highly customizable. There are three bundles available, but NBC is only available in two of them, namely Blue and Orange + Blue. Depending on which one you will choose, you will have a different price to pay and a different channel combination, but you will also get to watch content on a different number of devices simultaneously. More specifically, Blue subscribers get to enjoy free simultaneous streams, while Orange + Blue subscribers get to enjoy four of them. Start your Sling TV subscription by saving money on your first month! You can then add a ton of channel packs grouped by preferences or premium networks if you want any of those.

Hulu - Hulu is another platform that features NBC so you can watch the NHL All-Star Game on whichever network you want. There is a single bundle of channels available here, but you can also add a couple of channel packs or premium networks if you're looking for more options. Start your 7-day free trial on Hulu today! One of the cool things about subscribing to Hulu's live TV service is that you can also enjoy the on-demand content available on the platform.

How Can I Watch the NHL All-Star game If I'm Traveling Outside of the United States?

As useful as live TV platforms are, they come with one major issue, namely the fact that they are all geo-blocked. This means that whenever you travel outside of the United States you lose access to the platforms you pay for because the licensing deals signed by these companies prevent them from allowing broadcast in other areas. We can understand this can be quite frustrating, especially when you're looking for new ways to watch TV, but it's something that happens all the time. Thankfully, the problem has an easy solution, which is to change your IP address. The quickest way to do this is to use a VPN that will do the job for you in under a minute.

If you don't know which VPN to use, we can recommend ExpressVPN, which is a great tool with thousands of servers all over the world and some really great privacy features to help you out.

Here's how you can set up ExpressVPN to start watching the NHL All-Star game anywhere you go:

Can I Watch the NHL All-Star game on the Network's Website?

Absolutely, this is something that you'll be able to do rather easily because the NBC website features a live stream that you can access super fast. In order to do this, you will need to log in to an account by using credentials from your TV provider, which can be a live TV service or cable company. There are also NBC apps that you can download so you can take advantage of them on the go. (Note: Both the NBC live stream and the apps are geo-blocked, so if you want to access them when you travel outside of the United States you should be aware of the fact that they will not be available across the borders. Under these circumstances, we think that's the best way you can overcome this problem is to use a VPN. Click here to learn more about how you can do this.)

Can I Watch the NHL All-Star game With a TV Antenna?

You most certainly can do this as well, considering the fact that NBC is one of the last few channels to broadcast over-the-air. This means that you can easily use an antenna to enjoy the content.

Before you jump at the chance and buy yourself an antenna, you should check a website such as NoCable, where you can find out whether NBC is available in your specific region or not. Furthermore, the site will also tell you how far the broadcast stations are so you will know what range you need your device to have. Make sure to check the devices we listed above in case any of them have the right features for your household.

How Can I Watch the NHL All-Star Game in Canada?

The NHL All-Star game is also rather easy to watch over in Canada with the help of several channels. More specifically, the main event will be featured on CBC and Sportsnet for an English broadcast, and on TVA Sports for the French alternative.

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