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NHL All-Star rosters 2023: List of selections from all four divisions

With the Winter Classic in the rearview mirror, the next big event on the NHL schedule is All-Star Weekend. 

The best players in the league will head to South Florida for the skills competition and 3-on-3 game. The initial rosters for each team were announced on Thursday, Jan. 5. 

Eight players were named to each All-Star team, with one representative from each NHL club. There are three more spots available per team; those players will be selected through a voting system. 

MORE: When is the 2023 NHL All-Star Game?

The 2023 NHL All-Star rosters so far: 

2023 NHL All-Star rosters

Atlantic Division 

Player Position Team
Nikita Kucherov Forward Tampa Bay Lightning
Dylan Larkin Forward Detroit Red Wings
Mitch Marner Forward Toronto Maple Leafs
Nick Suzuki Forward Montreal Canadiens
Tage Thompson Forward Buffalo Sabres
Brady Tkachuk Forward Ottawa Senators
Matthew Tkachuk Forward Florida Panthers
Linus Ullmark Goalie Boston Bruins

Metropolitan Division

Player Position Team
Sidney Crosby Forward Pittsburgh Penguins
Johnny Gaudreau Forward Columbus Blue Jackets
Kevin Hayes Forward Philadelphia Flyers
Jack Hughes Forward New Jersey Devils
Brock Nelson Forward New York Islanders
Alexander Ovechkin Forward Washington Capitals
Andrei Svechnikov Forward Carolina Hurricanes
Igor Shesterkin Goalie New York Rangers

Central Division

The Sporting News will update once the roster has been announced.

Pacific Division

The Sporting News will update once the roster has been announced.

When is the 2023 NHL All-Star Weekend?

  • Dates: Friday, Feb. 3; Saturday, Feb. 4
  • Times: 7 p.m. ET; 3 p.m. ET

The 2023 NHL All-Star Weekend is set to take place Friday, Feb. 3, and Saturday Feb. 4. 

The NHL All-Star Skills competition will kick off the weekend on Friday at 7 p.m. ET, followed by the All-Star Game on Saturday at 3 p.m. ET.

Where is the 2023 NHL All-Star Weekend?

This year’s All-Star Weekend will take place at FLA Live Arena in Sunrise, Fla., home of the Panthers. 

It is the second time the NHL has played the All-Star Game in South Florida. The event was hosted by the Panthers in 2003.

The 2021 event was planned to take place in Florida, but it was canceled because of the COVID pandemic.

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