Nhl All Star Tickets
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NHL All Star tickets at Nationwide Arena,Columbus,OH on 1/25 3:30AM
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NHL All-Star tickets bring the sixtieth rendition of the one of the best loved NHL game, the All-Star. NHL All-Star is an exhibition game of ice hockey that is played as a part of NHL tradition. Beginning in 1947, the game was intended to make seasonal play even more exciting. This game takes pace right in the middle of NHL’s regular season. Its proceedings go to the NHL’s pension fund. Apart form serving a good cause and entertaining sports fans, the game also provides a ground for star players to come together and compete against each other. No doubt, this game is a big attraction for hockey lovers who have always wanted to see top league players against each other. The game has a huge following and when All-Star comes around, ice hockey enthusiasts all over hunt for NHL All-Star tickets. Are you one of them? Better get started, as these tickets might be very difficult to find this season. Happy hunting!
The game officially inaugurated in the NHL 1947-48 season. Before this it was played thrice to support former NHL players. This official game was between the All-Stars team who took over Toronto Maple Leafs, where the home team outshined. After this game onwards till the 1950 The All-Star game, the format remained the same. In 1951 the format was revamped; All-Stars vs. Stanley Cup Champions was replaced the First Team All-Stars vs. Second Team All-Stars. The first team was to get extra players the lineup from U.S. based ice hockey clubs namely Chicago, Boston, Detroit and New York. The second team was to take addition players from Toronto and Montreal. Interestingly this format causes ties the same year and the next; reverting to the old format. The very next season the last fighting majors were given to Bert Olmstead (Montreal) and Red Kelly (Detroit).
In 1967 the NHL All-Star game became a mid-seasonal fixture. This game was one of the best as it had the best record of thirty five saves; something that has never happened in an All-Star game. The 1968 ended as last one with All-Stars playing against defending Stanley Cup champions. The next year the new format, East Division vs. West Division was introduced. The game also rewarded players with prize money.
By the mid seventies, the game had settled down with a conference-based format i.e. The Wales Conference vs. the Campbell Conference. During the eighties the game saw wonderful talent coming and playing against each other. This was made more interesting when fans were allowed to vote and make starting lineups for game. A decade later the game format was changed to North American stars vs. international players.
During the 2000’s the All-Star game suffered due to management issues. It made a comeback in 2007 and since then, the game is being played regularly every season. This season the game is back with a bang! NHL All-Star is all set to rock ice hockey fans from start to end. To be a part of this game purchase cheap NHL All-Star tickets.