|Date||January 18, 1967|
|MVP||Henri Richard (Montreal)|
The Montreal Canadiens beat the All-Stars 3-0. John Ferguson scored two goals and was named Most Valuable Player. Henri Richard scored the other goal. Charlie Hodge and Garry Bauman shared the first shutout in All-Star Game history.
Rosters[edit | edit source]
|Head Coach||Toe Blake||Sid Abel (Detroit Red Wings)|
Note: Laperriere was a member of the 1965–66 First All-Star team, and Rousseau was a member of the 1965–66 Second All-Star team. Montreal captain Jean Beliveau, who did not play, and goaltender Gump Worsley, who was injured, were also members of the Second All-Star team.
|First All-Star Team:
Second All-Star Team:
Note: G = Goalkeeper, D = Defence, C = Centre, LW = Left Wing, RW = Right Wing Source: Podnieks
Gallery[edit | edit source]
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- Podnieks 2000, p. 101.