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Get an all-access pass to the All-Star Game

Monday, 03.02.2009 / 10:14 AM / News

By NHL.com Staff

The NHL Network is ready to reflect on the countless number of memories provided by this year's NHL All-Star weekend in Montreal.

On Monday at 9 p.m. ET, the NHL Network will debut "Bienvenue a Montreal! All Access at the 2009 NHL All-Star Weekend" -- an inside look on everything that went down in the hockey hotbed.

From the incredible 11-11 game that was decided in a shootout to the standing ovations bestowed on Canadiens greats during timeouts throughout the game to the phenomenal Honda/NHL All-Star SuperSkills competition that featured Capitals superstar Alex Ovechkin's second straight victory in the Scotiabank Fan Fav Breakaway Challenge, the NHL Network has it all covered.

The NHL Network show will include All-Access moments that hockey fans won't find anywhere else. One highlight is tagging along with NHL legends such as Jean Beliveau, Gordie Howe and Johnny Bower as they meet and talk with today's NHL stars in the pre-practice and pre-game locker rooms.

"Bienvenue a Montreal! All Access at the 2009 NHL All-Star Weekend" is available as part of a week-long free preview of NHL Network that runs from March 2-7.
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