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24th NHL All-Star Game
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1 2 3 OT Total
West 2 0 0 - 2
East 1 0 0 - 1
Date January 19, 1971
Arena Boston Garden
City Boston
MVP Bobby Hull (Chicago)
Attendance 14,790
← 1970 1972 →

The 24th National Hockey League All-Star Game was played on January 19, 1971, in Boston Garden in Boston, Massachusetts, United States, the home of the Boston Bruins.

The West Division All-Stars beat the East Division All-Stars 2-1. Bobby Hull and Chico Maki scored for the West and Yvan Cournoyer replied for the East.

The Most Valuable Player was Bobby Hull.

Rosters[]

East Division All-Stars

# Nat. Player Pos. Team
Goaltenders
1 Flag of Canada Ed Giacomin New York Rangers
30 Flag of Canada Gilles Villemure New York Rangers
Defencemen
2 Flag of Canada Brad Park New York Rangers
3 Flag of Canada J. C. Tremblay Montreal Canadiens
4 Flag of Canada Bobby Orr Boston Bruins
5 Flag of Canada Dale Tallon Vancouver Canucks
15 Flag of Canada Jim Neilson New York Rangers
20 Flag of Canada Dallas Smith Boston Bruins
Forwards
6 Flag of Canada Johnny Bucyk LW Boston Bruins
7 Flag of Canada Phil Esposito C Boston Bruins
8 Flag of Canada Ken Hodge RW Boston Bruins
9 Flag of Canada Gordie Howe RW Detroit Red Wings
10 Flag of Canada Ed Westfall RW Boston Bruins
11 Flag of Canada Gilbert Perreault C Buffalo Sabres
12 Flag of Canada Yvan Cournoyer RW Montreal Canadiens
14 Flag of Canada Dave Keon C Toronto Maple Leafs
17 Flag of Canada Dave Balon LW New York Rangers
18 Flag of Canada Jean Ratelle C New York Rangers
21 Flag of Canada Peter Mahovlich C Montreal Canadiens
27 Flag of Canada Frank Mahovlich LW Montreal Canadiens

West Division All-Stars

# Nat. Player Pos. Team
Goaltenders
30 Flag of Canada Ernie Wakely St. Louis Blues
35 Flag of Canada Tony Esposito Chicago Black Hawks
Defencemen
2 Flag of Canada Bill White Chicago Black Hawks
3 Flag of Canada Keith Magnuson Chicago Black Hawks
4 Flag of Canada Ted Harris Minnesota North Stars
5 Flag of the United States Doug Roberts California Golden Seals
8 Flag of Canada Barclay Plager St. Louis Blues
12 Flag of Canada Pat Stapleton Chicago Black Hawks
Forwards
6 Flag of Canada Pit Martin C Chicago Black Hawks
7 Flag of Canada Red Berenson C St. Louis Blues
9 Flag of Canada Bobby Hull LW Chicago Black Hawks
10 Flag of Canada Dennis Hull LW Chicago Black Hawks
11 Flag of Canada Gary Sabourin RW St. Louis Blues
14 Flag of Canada Tim Ecclestone LW St. Louis Blues
15 Flag of Canada Bobby Clarke C Philadelphia Flyers
16 Flag of Canada Chico Maki RW Chicago Black Hawks
17 Flag of Canada Bill Flett RW Los Angeles Kings
20 Flag of Canada Danny Grant LW Minnesota North Stars
21 Flag of Canada Stan Mikita C Chicago Black Hawks
22 Flag of Canada Greg Polis LW Pittsburgh Penguins

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

Source: Podnieks[1]

Gallery[]

  1. Podnieks 2000, p. 117.