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All-Star Games

Multiple MVP winners: Wayne Gretzky and Mario Lemieux (3); Bobby Hull and Frank Mahovlich (2).

Year Host Coaches Most Valuable Player
1947 All-Stars 4, Toronto 3 Toronto Dick Irvin, Hap Day No award
1948 All-Stars 3, Toronto 1 Chicago Tommy Ivan, Hap Day No award
1949 All-Stars 3, Toronto 1 Toronto Tommy Ivan, Hap Day No award
     
1950 Detroit 7, All-Stars 1 Detroit Tommy Ivan, Lynn Patrick No award
1951 1st Team 2, 2nd Team 2 Toronto Joe Primeau, Hap Day No award
1952 1st Team 1, 2nd Team 1 Detroit Tommy Ivan, Dick Irvin No award
1953 All-Stars 3, Montreal 1 Montreal Lynn Patrick, Dick Irvin No award
1954 All-Stars 2, Detroit 2 Detroit King Clancy, Jim Skinner No award
1955 Detroit 3, All-Stars 1 Detroit Jim Skinner, Dick Irvin No award
1956 All-Stars 1, Montreal 1 Montreal Jim Skinner, Toe Blake No award
1957 All-Stars 5, Montreal 3 Montreal Milt Schmidt, Toe Blake No award
1958 Montreal 6, All-Stars 3 Montreal Toe Blake, Milt Schmidt No award
1959 Montreal 6, All-Stars 1 Montreal Toe Blake, Punch Imlach No award
     
1960 All-Stars 2, Montreal 1 Montreal Punch Imlach, Toe Blake No award
1961 All-Stars 3, Chicago 1 Chicago Sid Abel, Rudy Pilous No award
1962 Toronto 4, All-Stars 1 Toronto Punch Imlach, Rudy Pilous Eddie Shack, Tor., RW
1963 All-Stars 3, Toronto 3 Toronto Sid Abel, Punch Imlach Frank Mahovlich, Tor., LW
1964 All-Stars 3, Toronto 2 Toronto Sid Abel, Punch Imlach Jean Beliveau, Mon., C
1965 All-Stars 5, Montreal 2 Montreal Billy Reay, Toe Blake Gordie Howe, Det., RW
1966 No game (see below)    
1967 Montreal 3, All-Stars 0 Montreal Toe Blake, Sid Abel Henri Richard, Mon., C
1968 Toronto 4, All-Stars 3 Toronto Punch Imlach, Toe Blake Bruce Gamble, Tor., G
1969 West 3, East 3 Montreal Scotty Bowman, Toe Blake Frank Mahovlich, Det., LW
     
1970 East 4, West 1 St. Louis Claude Ruel, Scotty Bowman Bobby Hull, Chi., LW
1971 West 2, East 1 Boston Scotty Bowman, Harry Sinden Bobby Hull, Chi., LW
1972 East 3, West 2 Minnesota Al MacNeil, Billy Reay Bobby Orr, Bos., D
1973 East 5, West 4 NY Rangers Tom Johnson, Billy Reay Greg Polis, Pit., LW
1974 West 6, East 4 Chicago Billy Reay, Scotty Bowman Garry Unger, St.L., C
1975 Wales 7, Campbell 1 Montreal Bep Guidolin, Fred Shero Syl Apps Jr., Pit., C
1976 Wales 7, Campbell 5 Philadelphia Floyd Smith, Fred Shero Peter Mahovlich, Mon., C
1977 Wales 4, Campbell 3 Vancouver Scotty Bowman, Fred Shero Rick Martin, Buf., LW
1978 Wales 3, Campbell 2 (OT) Buffalo Scotty Bowman, Fred Shero Billy Smith, NYI, G
1979 No game (see below)    
     
1980 Wales 6, Campbell 3 Detroit Scotty Bowman, Al Arbour Reggie Leach, Phi., RW
1981 Campbell 4, Wales 1 Los Angeles Pat Quinn, Scotty Bowman Mike Liut, St.L., G
1982 Wales 4, Campbell 2 Washington Al Arbour, Glen Sonmor Mike Bossy, NYI, RW
1983 Campbell 9, Wales 3 NY Islanders Roger Neilson, Al Arbour Wayne Gretzky, Edm., C
1984 Wales 7, Campbell 6 New Jersey Al Arbour, Glen Sather Don Maloney, NYR, LW
1985 Wales 6, Campbell 4 Calgary Al Arbour, Glen Sather Mario Lemieux, Pit., C
1986 Wales 4, Campbell 3 (OT) Hartford Mike Keenan, Glen Sather Grant Fuhr, Edm., G
1987 No game (see below)    
1988 Wales 6, Campbell 5 (OT) St. Louis Mike Keenan, Glen Sather Mario Lemieux, Pit., C
1989 Campbell 9, Wales 5 Edmonton Glen Sather, Terry O'Reilly Wayne Gretzky, LA, C
     
1990 Wales 12, Campbell 7 Pittsburgh Pat Burns, Terry Crisp Mario Lemieux, Pit., C
1991 Campbell 11, Wales 5 Chicago John Muckler, Mike Milbury Vincent Damphousse, Tor., LW
1992 Campbell 10, Wales 6 Philadelphia Bob Gainey, Scotty Bowman Brett Hull, St.L., RW
1993 Wales 16, Campbell 6 Montreal Scotty Bowman, Mike Keenan Mike Gartner, NYR, RW
1994 East 9, West 8 NY Rangers Jacques Demers, Barry Melrose Mike Richter, NYR, G
1995 No game (see below)    
1996East 5, West 4BostonDoug MacLean, Scotty BowmanRay Bourque, Bos., D
1997East 11, West 7San JoseDoug MacLean, Ken HitchcockMark Recchi, Mon., RW
1998North America 8, World 7VancouverJacques Lemaire, Ken HitchcockTeemu Selanne, Ana., RW
1999North America 8, World 6TampaKen Hitchcock, Lindy RuffWayne Gretzky, NYR, C
     
2000World 9, North America 4TorontoScotty Bowman, Pat QuinnPavel Bure, Fla., RW
2001North America 14, World 12DenverJoel Quenneville, Jacques MartinBill Guerin, Bos., RW
2002World 8, North America 5Los AngelesScotty Bowman, Pat QuinnEric Daze, Chi., LW
2003 West 6, East 5 (OT)† Florida Marc Crawford, Jacques Martin Dany Heatley, Atl., RW
2004 East 6, West 4 Minnesota Pat Quinn, Dave Lewis Joe Sakic, Col., C
†After a five-minute scoreless overtime, the game was settled by a shootout. The West outscored the East, 3-1.
No All-Star Game: in 1966 (moved from start of season to mid-season); in 1979 (replaced by Challenge Cup series with USSR); in 1987 (replaced by Rendez-Vous '87 series with USSR); and in 1995 (cancelled when NHL lockout shortened season to 48 games).

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