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35th NHL All-Star Game
1 2 3 Total
Campbell 1 2 6 9
Wales 2 0 1 3
Date February 8, 1983
Arena Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum
City Uniondale, New York
Attendance 15,230
Coaches Campbell: Roger Neilson
Wales: Al Arbour
MVP Wayne Gretzky (Edmonton)

The 35th National Hockey League All-Star Game was held on February 8, 1983, at the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Uniondale, New York, home to the New York Islanders. In the game, Edmonton Oilers' centre Wayne Gretzky set an All-Star Game record by scoring all of his four goals in the third period. Gretzky's four goal performance was instrumental in winning his first All-Star M.V.P. honor. Wayne Gretzky's Edmonton Oilers' linemate Mark Messier assisted on three of the four goals in the third period to set an All-Star Game record for most assists in a period.

Contents

Boxscore

Campbell Conference Wales Conference
Final Score 9 3
Head Coach Canada Roger Neilson (Vancouver Canucks) Canada Al Arbour (New York Islanders)
Lineup Starting Lineup:

Reserves:

Starting Lineup:

Reserves:

Scoring Summary
  • Babych (McDonald, Sutter) 11:37 1st PP
  • Ciccarelli (Broten, Secord) 3:01 2nd
  • McCarthy (Ciccerelli, Murray) 14:51 2nd
  • Gretzky (Kurri, Coffey) 6:20 3rd
  • McDonald (Sutter, Dionne) 7:29 3rd
  • Gretzky (Messier, Kurri) 10:31 3rd
  • Gretzky (Wilson, Messier) 15:32 3rd
  • Vaive 17:15 3rd
  • Gretzky (Messier) 19:18 3rd
  • Goulet (P. Stastny) 3:41 1st
  • Bourque 19:01 1st
  • Maloney (Marini) 14:04 3rd
Penalties
  • Sutter (Hooking) 6:26 1st
  • Langevin (Hooking) 10:58 1st
  • Ramsey (Holding) 3:33 3rd
Win/Loss W - John Garrett L - Pelle Lindbergh

Notes

Note 1: Vancouver goaltender Richard Brodeur was named to the Campbell team, but did not play due to an ear injury. John Garrett took his place.

References

  • Podnieks, Andrew (2000). NHL all-star game : 50 years of the great tradition. Toronto: Harper Collins. ISBN 000200058X.  

See also

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