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Kontinental Hockey League All-Star Game

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Outdoor All-Star game in Moscow
Outdoor All-Star game in Moscow

The Kontinental Hockey League All-Star Game (Russian: Матч всех звёзд Континентальной хоккейной лиги) is an exhibition ice hockey game that marks the midway point of the Kontinental Hockey League's regular season, with many of the league's star players playing against each other. The starting lineup for the two teams, including the starting goaltender, is voted on by fans, while the secondary lines and goaltenders are voted upon by the media. At 2019 it was the first time that Wisehockey realtime tracking system was used in KHL All-Star Game.[1]

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Edition Date Venue Team 1 Captain Score Team 2 Captain
2009 10 January Russia Red Square, Moscow Team World
Czech Republic Jaromír Jágr
7–6 Team Russia
Russia Alexei Yashin
2010 30 January Belarus Minsk-Arena, Minsk Team World
Czech Republic Jaromír Jágr
11–8 Team Russia
Russia Alexei Yashin
2011 5 February[2] Russia Ice Palace, Saint Petersburg Team East
Czech Republic Jaromír Jágr
18–16 Team West
Russia Alexei Yashin
2012 21 January[3] Latvia Arena Riga, Riga Team East
Russia Sergei Fedorov
15–11 Team West
Latvia Sandis Ozoliņš
2013 13 January[4] Russia Traktor Sport Palace, Chelyabinsk Team East
Russia Aleksey Morozov
18–11 Team West
Russia Ilya Kovalchuk
2014 11 January[5] Slovakia Slovnaft Arena, Bratislava Team West
Russia Ilya Kovalchuk
18–16 Team East
Russia Sergei Mozyakin
2015 25 January[6] Russia Bolshoy Ice Dome, Sochi Team West
Russia Ilya Kovalchuk
16–18 Team East
Russia Danis Zaripov
2016 23 January Russia VTB Ice Palace, Moscow Team West
Russia Alexander Radulov
28–23 Team East
Russia Sergei Mozyakin
2017 (Final) 22 January Russia Ufa Arena, Ufa Chernyshev Division
Russia Evgeny Medvedev
3–2 Tarasov Division
Russia Maxim Afinogenov
2018 (Final) 10 January Kazakhstan Barys Arena, Astana Tarasov Division
Russia Dmitri Kagarlitsky
5–4 Chernyshev Division
Kazakhstan Nigel Dawes
2019 (Final) 20 January Russia TatNeft Arena, Kazan Bobrov Division
Slovakia Július Hudáček
3–4 Chernyshev Division
Russia Igor Bobkov
2020 (Final) 19 January Russia VTB Indoor Arena, Moscow

Legends game

Edition Date Venue Team 1 Score Team 2
2012 20 January Latvia Arena Riga, Riga Balderis team
Legends of Latvia
7–11 Fetisov team
Russian legends
2013 12 January Russia Traktor Sport Palace, Chelyabinsk Makarov team
Legends of Chelyabinsk
4–4 Fetisov team
Russian legends
2014 10 January Slovakia Slovnaft Arena, Bratislava Rusnák team
Legends of Czechoslovakia
Yakushev team
Russian legends
2015 25 January Russia Bolshoy Ice Dome, Sochi Kamensky team
Olympic legends
3–5 Kovalenko team
Olympic legends
2019 25 January Russia TatNeft Arena, Kazan Ak Bars Veterans 8–4 KHL Legends


  1. ^ Bitwise Oy (19 January 2019). "Wisehockey-älykiekkojärjestelmä mukana KHL All-Star -ottelussa Venäjällä – tamperelainen teknologiaosaaminen herättää kiinnostusta kansainvälisissä urheilupiireissä" [Wisehockey Intelligent Disc System with KHL All-Star Match in Russia – Technology in Tampere is attracting interest in international sports circles]. Epressi (in Finnish). Retrieved 19 January 2019.
  2. ^ Контуры сезона (in Russian). Kontinental Hockey League. 21 July 2010. Retrieved 21 July 2010.
  3. ^ Рига ждет гостей (in Russian). Kontinental Hockey League. 1 June 2011.
  4. ^ "Record-breaking All-Stars". Kontinental Hockey League. 21 January 2012.
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