|Date||October 8, 1950|
|City||Detroit, United States|
</onlyinclude> The Fourth National Hockey League All-Star Game took place at the Detroit Olympia, home of the Detroit Red Wings, on October 8, 1950. The Red Wings, winner of the 1950 Stanley Cup Finals, played a team of All-Stars. With 9,166 people at the game, it is the smallest attendance figure in All-Star Game history. Ted Lindsay of the Red Wings scored the first hat trick in an All-Star Game, as the Red Wings won 7–1.
|NHL All-Stars||Detroit Red Wings|
|Head coach||Lynn Patrick (Boston Bruins)||Tommy Ivan (Detroit Red Wings)|
|Win/Loss||L - Turk Broda||W - Terry Sawchuk|
- Note 1: Named to the First All-Star Team in 1949–50.
- Note 2: Named to the Second All-Star Team in 1949–50.
- 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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