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[[File:1948NHLAS.jpg|thumb|400px|center|1948 NHL All-Stars.]]
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{{Infobox ice hockey game
 
{{Infobox ice hockey game
 
| game_name = The Second NHL All-Star Game
 
| game_name = The Second NHL All-Star Game
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| visitor_per2 = 3
 
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| home_per1 = 0
 
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| home_per2 = 1
 
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| date = November 3, 1948
 
| date = November 3, 1948
 
| arena = [[Chicago Stadium]]
 
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| attendance = 12,794
 
| attendance = 12,794
 
| Coaches=Toronto: [[Hap Day]]<br/>All-Stars: [[Tommy Ivan]]
 
| Coaches=Toronto: [[Hap Day]]<br/>All-Stars: [[Tommy Ivan]]
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}}The '''Second [[National Hockey League]] [[National Hockey League All-Star Game|All-Star Game]]''' took place at [[Chicago Stadium]], home of the [[Chicago Stadium]], on November 3, 1948. For the second year in a row, the game saw the Maple Leafs play a team of NHL all-stars. The All-Stars won the game 3–1.
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The '''Second [[National Hockey League]] [[National Hockey League All-Star Game|All-Star Game]]''' took place at [[Chicago Stadium]], home of the [[Chicago Stadium]], on November 3, 1948. For the second year in a row, the game saw the Maple Leafs play a team of NHL all-stars. The All-Stars won the game 3–1 with [[Woody Dumart]] of the [[Boston Bruins]] scoring the winning goal and the Bruins [[Frank Brimsek]] picking up the win.
   
[[File:1948NHLAS.jpg|thumb|400px|center|NHL All-Star Team]]
 
 
== Boxscore ==
 
== Boxscore ==
 
{| class="wikitable" style="width:100%"
 
{| class="wikitable" style="width:100%"
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! Lineup
 
! Lineup
 
|'''Starting lineup''':
 
|'''Starting lineup''':
*{{flagicon|USA}} 0 - G [[Frank Brimsek]] ([[Boston Bruins]]<sup>''[[#fn 2|2]]''</sup>
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*{{flagicon|USA}} 0 - G [[Frank Brimsek]] ([[Boston Bruins]])<sup>''[[#fn 2|2]]''</sup>
 
*{{flagicon|CAN}} 1 - G [[Bill Durnan]] ([[Montreal Canadiens]])
 
*{{flagicon|CAN}} 1 - G [[Bill Durnan]] ([[Montreal Canadiens]])
 
*{{flagicon|CAN}} 2 - D [[Jack Stewart (ice hockey)|Jack Stewart]] ([[Detroit Red Wings]])<sup>''[[#fn 1|1]]''</sup>
 
*{{flagicon|CAN}} 2 - D [[Jack Stewart (ice hockey)|Jack Stewart]] ([[Detroit Red Wings]])<sup>''[[#fn 1|1]]''</sup>
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* Mortson, major 2nd
 
* Mortson, major 2nd
 
* Juzda, 2nd
 
* Juzda, 2nd
 
 
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! Win/Loss !! '''W''' - [[Frank Brimsek]] !! '''L''' - [[Turk Broda]]
 
! Win/Loss !! '''W''' - [[Frank Brimsek]] !! '''L''' - [[Turk Broda]]

Latest revision as of 18:05, 28 January 2020

1948 NHL All-Stars.

The Second NHL All-Star Game
1 2 3 OT Total
All-Stars 0 3 0 0 3
Toronto Maple Leafs 0 1 0 0 1
Date November 3, 1948
Arena Chicago Stadium
City Chicago, United States
MVP N/A
Attendance 12,794

The Second National Hockey League All-Star Game took place at Chicago Stadium, home of the Chicago Stadium, on November 3, 1948. For the second year in a row, the game saw the Maple Leafs play a team of NHL all-stars. The All-Stars won the game 3–1 with Woody Dumart of the Boston Bruins scoring the winning goal and the Bruins Frank Brimsek picking up the win.

Boxscore[edit | edit source]

NHL All-Stars Toronto Maple Leafs
Final score 3 1
Head coach Flag of Canada Tommy Ivan (Detroit Red Wings) Flag of Canada Hap Day (Toronto Maple Leafs)
Lineup Starting lineup: Starting lineup:
Scoring summary
  • Lindsay (Richard, Lach), 1:35 2nd
  • Dumart (unassisted), 3:06 2nd (GWG)
  • G. Stewart (D. Bentley), 19:32 2nd (PPG)
  • M. Bentley (Costello), 5:13 2nd
Penalties
  • Reardon, 1st
  • Howe, major 2nd
  • J. Stewart, 2nd
  • Bouchard, 2nd
  • Bouchard, 3rd
  • Ezinicki, 1st
  • Mortson, major 2nd
  • Juzda, 2nd
Win/Loss W - Frank Brimsek L - Turk Broda

Notes[edit | edit source]

Note 1: Named to the First All-Star Team in 1947–48.
Note 2: Named to the Second All-Star Team in 1947–48.

References[edit | edit source]

  • Podnieks, Andrew (2000), The NHL All-Star Game: Fifty Years of the Great Tradition, Toronto: HarperCollins, ISBN 0-00-200058-X
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