How to watch Stars’ Jason Robertson in NHL All-Star Game, skills competition

How to watch Stars’ Jason Robertson in NHL All-Star Game, skills competition

The stars shine at All-Star Break.

They currently hold the best record in the Western Conference at 28-13-10 and Jason Robertson’s stellar play earned him his first All-Star spot.

Dallas freshman coach Pete DeBoer also had the opportunity to coach the Central Division during the NHL All-Star Game.

Below, you’ll find everything you need to know about the game, including where to watch, the latest Robertson news and more.

How to watch NHL All-Star Weekend

Dates: Friday February 3 to Saturday February 4

Time: All-Star Skills Competition, 6:00 p.m. CT Feb. 3

All-Star Game, 2:00 p.m. CT Feb. 4

Location: FLA Live Arena in Sunrise, Florida

TV: All-Star Skills: ESPN and ESPN+ broadcast

All-Star Game: aired on ABC with a simulcast on ESPN+ and an “All-Star Watch” stream on ESPN+

Skill competition events

Splash Kick:

A new event where four teams of two players compete in a knockout tournament. On the beach in Fort Lauderdale, competitors compete against each other trying to hit targets with the goal of dunking their opponent.

Pitch ‘n’ Puck

A hybrid of golf and hockey, six players play par 4 golf using a combo of pucks and balls. The lowest score wins, but the player with the longest route wins in the event of a tie.

Tight tandem:

A goalkeeper game. Two goalkeepers work together, a shooting goalkeeper tries to hit targets in a net in the first round. In the next round, the other goalkeeper will face up to three breakaway players depending on the number of targets hit by their partner.

Learn more about Jason Robertson

Learn more about the All-Star selection of the Stars here.

— Jason Robertson makes Stars history with his 30th goal of the season

– Jason Robertson and Jake Oettinger lead the Stars past the Islanders in a thriller

– 10 things to know about Jason Robertson, including a growing list of Beat Star records

— Jason Robertson and Wyatt Johnston make All-Star history against the Canadiens

— Mike Modano wrote the All-Star record book. Can Jason Robertson surpass the legend?

Find more Stars coverage from The Dallas Morning News here.

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