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Find the latest analysis for NHL All-Star Game Betting Odds

The league’s top stars will compete at the NHL All-Star Game in Las Vegas this weekend. From the fastest skater to the hardest shot, the players will show off their skills before competing in the annual three-on-three tournament to win some cash and the top honors for their division.

Odds Shark is here to break down the NHL All-Star Game odds so you can maximize your profit this weekend during your NHL All-Star Game betting. Check out the odds and picks below, and sign up at one of our top NHL sportsbooks to place your hockey bets:

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2022 NHL All-Star Game Odds & Picks: 

Below, find our top picks for the three-on-three NHL All-Star Game event. We break down the all-star game odds and offer our best picks based off a breakdown of the rosters. Find these odds over at BetOnline Sportsbook to place your bets:

Metropolitan vs Atlantic - NHL All-Star Game Odds

eastern Conference Game Odds
Prop Odds
Metropolitan +113
Atlantic -125

Odds as of February 3 courtesy of BetOnline Sportsbook

If I’m being honest, I don’t see why the Atlantic Division is favored in this game. Maybe this line is just trying to get some poor Leafs fan’s heart broken by Auston Matthews once again?

Sure, the Atlantic Division has some top talent like Matthews and goaltender Andrei Vasilevskiy, but the team also has a few of the weaker players in the competition this year. Dylan Larkin, Nick Suzuki, Brady Tkachuk and Rasmus Dahlin all have high potential, but they’re not quite on the same level as some of the other squads.

Granted, the Metro isn’t loaded either, but if underrated stars like Sebastian Aho and solid goaltenders Frederik Andersen and Tristan Jarry show up, they could be a great value bet in this game.

The Pick: Metropolitan +113

Pacific vs Central - NHL All-Star Game Odds

Western Conference Game Odds
Prop Odds
Central +118
Pacific -130

Odds as of February 3 courtesy of BetOnline Sportsbook

This is the game where the real money is made. My most confident bet of all-star weekend is the Pacific Division to win this game and then, ultimately, the entire three-on-three tournament. The Central has some solid players like Cale Makar, Nazem Kadri and Kirill Kaprizov who can thrive in three-on-three, but the Pacific is built for this tournament.

With all the open ice and with checking essentially being illegal, a team with Leon Draisaitl, Connor McDavid and short king Johnny Gaudreau should thrive. If the goaltending of John Gibson and Thatcher Demko can hold up, I’ll take this Pacific squad to run the table.

If you’re looking for an NHL All-Star Game MVP pick, I’d take Gaudreau over the two Oilers stars, too.

The Pick: Pacific -130

All-Star Skills Competition Odds

Perhaps the highlight of most NHL fans when it comes to the All-Star festivities is the skills competition. Here, we see hockey's greatest stars shine in their respective fields, whether it be Connor McDavid's blazing speed in the fastest skater competition or if you're an ole school guy, perhaps Al Iafrate's skullet flapping in the wind during the hardest shot competition.

Last year, the aforementioned McDavid was -350 to win the fastest skater competition. In 2022, he's +175. +175! Most fellow NHL players remark at the speed win in which McJesus plays the game and at plus-money, I have to lay a wager. 

The other skills competition bet I like comes in the accuracy shooting competition. As a kid I can always remember Ray Bourque in this competition, he was unstoppable winning it seven times. Fellow defenseman Tomas Kaberle also won it one year going 4-for-4 as many Leafs fans were frustrated that the Fin elected to pass more often than shoot during actual gameplay. All that said, there's only one defenseman on the list, Buffalo's Rasmus Dahlin at +700 and I like the value on the Swedish prospect.

Here's a look at all the NHL All-Star Skills Competition odds:

Fastest Skater Odds
Player Odds
Connor McDavid +175
Cale Makar +325
Dylan Larkin +500
Kyle Connor +900
Evgeny Kuznetsov +900
Chris Kreider +900
Jordan Kyrou +1200
Adrian Kempe +1500

Odds as of February 4 courtesy of BetUS

Hardest Shot Odds
Player Odds
Victor Hedman +125
Adam Pelech +250
Timo Meier +375
Tom Wilson +375

Odds as of February 4 courtesy of BetUS

Save Streak Odds
Player Odds
Andrei Vasilevskiy +325
Juuse Saros +500
Jack Campbell +500
Frederik Andersen +550
Tristan Jarry +6000
Thatcher Demko +700
John Gibson +800
Cam Talbot +900

Odds as of February 4 courtesy of BetUS

Accuracy Shootin Odds
Player Odds
Leon Draisaitl +275
Johnny Gaudreau +550
Sebastian Aho +550
Patrice Bergeron +650
Clayton Keller +650
Jake Guentzel +700
Rasmus Dahlin +700
Troy Terry +800

Odds as of February 4 courtesy of BetUS

21 in '22 Odds
Player Odds
Auston Matthews +175
Steven Stamkos +250
Nazem Kadri +275
Joe Pavelski +600
Brady Tkachuk +600

Odds as of February 4 courtesy of BetUS


What Is NHL All-Star Game Betting?

Betting on the NHL All-Star Game is just like betting on any other hockey game. Read our hockey betting expert’s breakdown above on who will win or cover in the all-star contests.

NHL bets can range from betting on the moneyline (which is simply which team wins), to the puckline (for the favorite to win by more than 1.5 goals), to whether the total goals scored in a contest is OVER or UNDER a certain number.

Here are examples of NHL bets you can find at our top sportsbooks:

  • • Moneyline: Will the Metro (-200) or Atlantic (+140) win?
  • • Puckline: Will the Pacific (-1.5) or Central (+1.5) cover?
  • • Total: Will the Metro and Atlantic combine for OVER or UNDER 13.5 total goals?

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