28th National Hockey League All-Star Game: Wikis

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28th NHL All-Star Game
1 2 3 Total
Campbell 1 0 0 1
Wales 3 1 3 7
Date January 21, 1975
Arena Montreal Forum
City Montreal
Attendance 16,080
MVP Syl Apps, Jr. (Pittsburgh Penguins)

The 28st National Hockey League All-Star Game was held in the Montreal Forum in Montreal, home to the Montreal Canadiens, on January 21, 1975. The NHL expansion changed the format of the NHL All-Star game into a battle of conferences. The Wales Conference All-Star team easily won the initial contest, trouncing the Campbell Conference 7-1. Syl Apps, Jr. was voted the game's most valuable player after scoring two goals.

Contents

Team Lineups

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Wales Conference All-Stars

# Nat. Player Pos. Team
Goaltenders
1 Canada Rogatien Vachon Los Angeles Kings
29 Canada Ken Dryden Montreal Canadiens
Defencemen
2 Canada Terry Harper Los Angeles Kings
3 Canada Bob Murdoch Los Angeles Kings
4 Canada Bobby Orr Boston Bruins
5 Canada Guy Lapointe Montreal Canadiens
6 Canada Jerry Korab Buffalo Sabres
10 Canada Carol Vadnais Boston Bruins
Forwards
7 Canada Phil Esposito C Boston Bruins
8 Canada Rick Martin LW Buffalo Sabres
12 Canada Marcel Dionne C Detroit Red Wings
14 Canada René Robert RW Buffalo Sabres
15 Canada Denis Dupere LW Washington Capitals
16 Canada Guy Lafleur RW Montreal Canadiens
19 Canada Jean Pronovost RW Pittsburgh Penguins
20 Canada Don Luce C Buffalo Sabres
22 Canada Joey Johnston LW California Golden Seals
24 Canada Terry O'Reilly RW Boston Bruins
26 Canada Syl Apps, Jr. C Pittsburgh Penguins
27 Canada Darryl Sittler C Toronto Maple Leafs

Campbell Conference All-Stars

# Nat. Player Pos. Team
Goaltenders
1 Canada Bernie Parent Philadelphia Flyers
30 Canada Gary Smith Vancouver Canucks
Defencemen
2 Canada Brad Park New York Rangers
3 Canada Ed Van Impe Philadelphia Flyers
4 Canada Doug Jarrett Chicago Black Hawks
5 Canada Denis Potvin New York Islanders
19 Canada Tracy Pratt Vancouver Canucks
20 Canada Jim Watson Philadelphia Flyers
Forwards
6 Canada Bill Barber LW Philadelphia Flyers
7 Canada Garry Unger C St. Louis Blues
8 Canada Jim Pappin RW Chicago Black Hawks
9 Canada Steve Vickers LW New York Rangers
10 Canada Rod Gilbert RW New York Rangers
11 United States Curt Bennett C Atlanta Flames
12 Canada Tom Lysiak C Atlanta Flames
16 Canada Bobby Clarke C Philadelphia Flyers
17 Canada Simon Nolet RW Kansas City Scouts
18 Canada Ed Westfall RW New York Islanders
21 Canada Stan Mikita C Chicago Black Hawks
22 Canada Dennis Hextall C Minnesota North Stars

G = Goaltenders; D = Defencemen; C = Center; LW/RW = Left Wing/Right Wing

Boxscore

# Score Team Goalscorer (Assist(s)) Time
First period
1 1-0 Wales Apps (Johnston - Vadnais) 9:38
2 2-0 Wales Luce (O'Reilly - Dupere) 12:02
3 3-0 Wales Sittler (Lafleur) 14:22
4 3-1 Campbell Potvin (Unger) 19:41
Penalties : none
Second period
5 4-1 Wales Esposito (Lafleur - Murdoch) 19:16
Penalties : Vickers (Cam.) 0:16 ; Luce (Wal.) 4:51
Harper (Wal.) 12:11 ; Korab (Wal.) 19:37
Third period
6 5-1 Wales Apps (Robert - Martin) 3:25
7 6-1 Wales O'Reilly 5:43
8 7-1 Wales Orr (Lafleur - Sittler) 7:19
Penalties : watson (Cam.) 6:42 ; Clarke (Cam.) 13:32

Goaltenders :

  • Wales  : Vachon (30:39 minutes), Dryden (29:21 minutes).
  • Campbell : Parent (29:17 minutes), Smith (30:43 minutes).

Shots on goal :

  • Wales (37) 14 - 09 - 14
  • Campbell (29) 10 - 09 - 10

Referee : Wally Harris

Linesmen : Leon Stickle, Claude Béchard

Notes

  • Apps Jr. was the first son of an NHL All-Star to appear in an All-Star game
  • The era of exclusively Canadian NHL All-Star lineups finally ended as Curt Bennett (born in Canada but raised in Rhode Island and an American citizen) became only the third American hockey player to participate in an NHL All-Star game. From this point on, there has always be at least one non-Canadian NHL All-Star as the number of American and European NHL players have increased dramatically since the early 1970s.

See also

References

  • Podnieks, Andrew (2000). The NHL All-Star Game: 50 years of tradition. Toronto: HarperCollins. pp. 167–171. ISBN 000200058X.  

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