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NHL All-Star Game 2015 live stream: Preview, Time, TV schedule and how to watch online

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We finally made it to the All-Star Gameday. Tonight the healthiest and most-willing to play in Columbus tonight will take the ice for a fun exhibition. If you're like me, you're looking forward to a bunch of guys having fun out there in the middle of a grind of a season.

Also if you're like me, you're still glad that the Red Wings are out having fun away from Columbus. At any rate, here are the details.

Time Location Television
5pm EST Columbus, OH NBCSN, CBC, TVA Sports

The Teams

Forwards

Team Foligno Team Toews
Nick Foligno Jonathan Toews
Patrick Kane Ryan Getzlaf
Ryan Johansen Rick Nash
Anze Kopitar Tyler Seguin
Steven Stamkos Jakub Voracek
Phil Kessel John Tavares
Claude Giroux Vladimir Tarasenko
Bobby Ryan Patrice Bergeron
Radim Vrbata Patrik Elias
Zemgus Girgensons Johnny Gaudreau
Alexander Ovechkin Filip Forsberg
Ryan Nugent-Hopkins [Taro Tsujimoto]

Defense

Team Foligno Team Toews
Drew Doughty Shea Weber
Duncan Keith Brent Seabrook
Dustin Byfuglien Aaron Ekblad
Brent Burns Ryan Suter
Kevin Shattenkirk Mark Giordano
Oliver Ekman-Larsson Justin Faulk

Goalies

Team Foligno Team Toews
Carey Price Corey Crawford
Marc-Andre Fleury Roberto Luongo
Brian Elliott Jaroslav Halak

The Matchup

Overall, Team Toews seems to have the more well-rounded players while Team Foligno has more offensive stars (although Kopitar on Team Foligno could make a big difference being a good backchecker). The same could be said on the back end, as Toews' defenders are more stay-at-home. The goalie thing is a wash and it doesn't matter. This game is going to end something like 12-9 (I'm predicting in favor of Team Foligno).