NHL All-Star Game Betting Lines

The NHL All-Star Game traces its roots to the notorious Eddie Shore, who blindsided Ace Bailey so hard that a priest actually administered the last rites. With his career destroyed, the league decided to hold an all-star benefit game to help him out. Eventually, beginning in 1947, the event became a regular part of the NHL schedule.

Currently, NHL All-Star game betting lines typically revolve around having a good time, before the grind of the regular season kicks in once again.

We know how important the National Hockey League is to Canadian players, so we ensure we provide the latest NHL All Star odds from all the top providers. The Vegas odds for the NHL All Star game always bring in many bettors, as it's a weekend to disconnect from the league and enjoy the sport for its fundamentals.

NHL 2021 All-Star Betting Odds

The odds for the NHL 2021 All-Star event are now available, though they are subject to change. We will ensure we update the odds as they adjust. The NHL All Star game betting odds were last updated March 30, 2021:

  Sports Interaction Favorite   Win  VS  Win   Sports Interaction Underdog  
Atlantic Division   TBA   VS   TBA  

Metropolitan Division

Central Division

TBA  VS TBA Pacific Division

2020 NHL All-Stars Game Winner

Congratulations to the Pacific Division on winning the 2020 NHL All-Star Game competition! The victory marks the third since the tournament format was implemented in 2016.

The Pacific side included Leon Draisaitl, Matthew Tkachuk, and arguably the MVP on the night, Tomas Hertl. The MVP award went to the red-hot David Pastrnak. The game finished 5-4 to the Pacific, with the Atlantic Division missing out on the $1mil in prize money. 

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NHL 2021 All-Star Overview

The 2021 NHL All-Star event is just under a year away. So now for the long wait, as we look to see who will shape up as 2021 captains and who will be crowned the 2021 NHL All-Star Champions

The 2021 Honda NHL All-Star Weekend will again consist of a three-game tournament, played in a 3-on-3 format, featuring four teams, one for each NHL division. NHL All Star game odds will be hot as ever in 2021, be sure to tune in!

NHL 2020 Division Team Rosters

As it stands, the teams are a way away from being released. However, as soon as the event approaches we will update the page with the new rosters and captains. For now, below you'll find the 2020 Divisions teams:


 Metropolitan   Central   Pacific (Winner 2020)

 F Tyler Bertuzzi, DET

 F Mathew Barzal, NYI 

F Patrick Kane, CHI  D Quinn Hughes, VAN 

F Anthony Duclair, OTT

F T.J. Oshie, WSH  F Nathan MacKinnon (C), COL  F Leon Draisaitl, EDM

F Jack Eichel, BUF

F Nico Hischier, NJD F Ryan O'Reilly, STL F Anze Kopitar, LAK

 F Jonathan Huberdeau, FLA 

F Artemi Panarin, NYR F Mark Scheifele, WPG F Connor McDavid (C), EDM

D Kris Letang, PIT

F Travis Konecny, PHI F Tyler Seguin, DAL F Elias Pettersson, VAN

 F David Pastrnak (C), BOS 

D John Carlson, WSH F Eric Staal, MIN F Jakob Silfverberg, ANA
 D Victor Hedman, TBL

F Artemi Panarin, NYR

D Roman Josi, NSH F Matthew Tkachuk, CGY

D Shea Weber, MTL

D Jaccob Slavin, CAR D Alex Pietrangelo, STL D Mark Giordano, CGY

G Frederik Andersen, TOR

D Seth Jones, CBJ F Eric Staal, MIN F Max Pacioretty, VGK

G Andrei Vasilevskiy, TBL

D Kris Letang (C), PIT  F David Perron, STL F Tomas Hertl, SJS

F Mitchell Marner, TO

G Braden Holtby, WSH G Jordan Binnington, STL G Jacob Markstrom, VAN


 G Tristan Jarry, PIT G Connor Hellenbuyck, WPG G David Rttich, CAL

*For the Metropolitan Division, the captain was due to be Alexander Ovechkin, but he isn't going to play, so Kris Letang is taking the reins. 

How to Bet on the NHL All-Star Game

Multiple methods and types of bets exist for those who wish to try their odds on the NHL All-Star game. The new format of the game completely changes how people bet on the all-star game, opening up many new possibilities to make a bit of profit before sportsbooks and oddsmakers adjust to the new format.

  • Tournament Winner

    After the first round of the tournament is completed, the two divisions that remain battle to see who wins the title. While there are no points up for grab for anybody involved, professional athletes tend to have an innate competitive drive, making them desire to win any hockey game, even if it’s mostly shinny.

  • All-Star MVP

    Picking the player who will emerge as the All-Star MVP can end up providing a big payday with a bit of luck. The 2016 All-Star game was an excellent example, as John Scott, who was demoted out of the NHL and didn’t play for a team, scored a couple of goals to become the only All-Star MVP out of the NHL.

  • Over/under Bets

    The number of goals scored in a single round or throughout the all-star game is two types of over/under bets that you can try out. Mainly, you’re predicting whether or not the total is above or below a number established by the sportsbook that you’re signed up with.

  • First Round Exit

    With the new tournament format, half of the divisions will be eliminated after the first matchup. Betting on whether or not a team will make it out of the first round is a type of proposition bet that some sportsbooks will facilitate.

NHL All-Star Game Betting Trends

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    Bet On the NHL All-Star Game

    The NHL All-Star game has cycled through various formats, including Wales and Campbell conference, East and West Conference, North America versus the world and a single NHL team against the rest of the league’s best. When you bet on the NHL all-star game, you’ll need to make sure that you’re aware of the latest changes to the format of the game, especially after the success of the 2016 version of the event.

    New Tournament Format: Previous to 2016, the all-star game always involved two NHL teams assembled into two sides for three twenty-minute periods, just like a regular-season game. The latest format is a drastic departure, with each match consisting of ten-minute halves. Teams are assorted into their four divisions, with the eastern divisions and the western division playing one game to decide who gets to participate in the final championship game. Teams may only have three players on the ice at once, and fan voting can create an all-star out of anyone, including AHL’er and career goon John Scott.