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ALL-STAR: All content from the 2020 NHL All-Star Weekend and Oilers TV are on-site at the 2020 NHL All-Star Weekend; follow along throughout the week for news, videos and more from St. Louis

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ST. LOUIS, MO - and OilersTV are on-site at the 2020 NHL All-Star Weekend in St. Louis, where Connor McDavid and Leon Draisaitl will represent the Oilers and compete for the Pacific Division.

Check back regularly throughout for content from this weekend's festivities including Thursday's Media Day, Friday's Skills Competition and the 2020 NHL All-Star Game on Saturday at the Enterprise Center.

Video: ALL-STAR | Draisaitl Post-Game


Team Pacific is back on top, earning its third All-Star Game crown as Leon Draisaitl posted four goals and two assists and Connor McDavid had five helpers across the semifinal and final of the 3-on-3 tournament.

Video: ALL-STAR | McDavid Post-Game

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Connor McDavid had his three-year reign as the NHL's Fastest Skater snapped by Mathew Barzal with a time of 13.175 seconds after touting the Islanders forward in his media availability prior to the All-Star Skills Competition.

Barzal clocked in 0.40 seconds faster than the Oilers captain, who was the final skater of the event and registered a time of 13.215 seconds. Despite his defeat, McDavid registered the fastest time he's ever registered at the event.

"I still think he's the fastest skater in the league," Barzal said post-event. "I think I caught him at a good time."

Leon Draisaitl finished runner-up in the Accuracy Shooting competition to Carolina Hurricanes defenceman Jaccob Slavin after holding the lead until the second-last shooter with a time of 10.267 seconds.

Sarah Nurse, cousin to Oilers defenceman Darnell Nurse, and the Canadian All-Stars defeated the American All-Stars 2-1 in the Elite Women's 3-on-3 presented by adidas™.

Video: ALL-STAR | Sarah Nurse Post-Skills


Chris Kreider - 13.504 seconds

Nathan MacKinnon - 13.895 seconds

Quinn Hughes - 14.263 seconds

Anthony Duclair - 14.005 seconds

Travis Konecny - 14.113 seconds

Jack Eichel - 13.540 seconds

Mathew Barzal - 13.175 seconds

Connor McDavid - 13.215 seconds


Mark Sheifele - 15.16 seconds

Tyler Bertuzzi - 13.868 seconds

Nico Hischier - 19.550 seconds

Tomas Hertl - 17.161 seconds

Leon Draisaitl - 10.267 seconds

Jonathan Huberdeau - 13.704 seconds

Jaccob Slavin - 9.505 seconds

Alex Pietrangelo - 13.763 seconds

Video: ALL-STAR | McDavid Post-Skills

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Thursday saw all-star players and coaches appear before the media at the Stifel Theatre in St. Louis, where Columbus defenceman Seth Jones spoke of his hopes to pinch a few more pennies from his brother Caleb after his two-year extension with the Oilers, while Vegas forward Max Pacioretty outlined his excitement for sharing a dressing room with Connor McDavid.

McDavid and fellow all-star teammate Leon Draisaitl were unable to attend the media event due to travel delays. The Oilers duo did receive their Skills Competition assignments, however, and will be full participants in Friday and Saturday's NHL All-Star festivities.



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