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Prior to that, there have been several occasions when benefit games and All-Star Games were played.
The first All-Star game in ice hockey predates the NHL. It was played on January 2, , before 3, fans at the Montreal Arena between the Montreal Wanderers and a team of All-Stars players from the teams the Eastern Canada Amateur Hockey Association.
It was held in memory of Montreal Wanderers player Hod Stuart , who had drowned three months after the Wanderers won the Stanley Cup in On December 12, , Toronto's King Clancy tripped Boston's Eddie Shore , and in retaliation, Shore hit the Leafs' Ace Bailey from behind, flipping him over backwards.
Bailey hit his head on the ice so hard that a priest in attendance gave him last rites. Bailey lived for almost 60 more years, but his playing career was over.
Shore was suspended for 16 games of a game season for the hit. As a benefit for Bailey and his family, the NHL held its first ever All-Star game on February 14, The game was held at Maple Leaf Gardens in Toronto, during which Bailey's 6 uniform was retired by the Leafs.
It was the first number to be retired in the NHL. The game saw the Leafs battle against an All-Star team made of players from the other seven teams, which the Leafs won 7—3.
One of the more memorable moments before the game was when Bailey presented Shore with his All-Star jersey, showing to the public that Bailey had clearly forgiven him for his actions.
Bailey also presented a trophy to NHL President Frank Calder before the game in the hope that the trophy would go to the winner of an annual All-Star Game for the benefit of injured players.
Howie Morenz was one of the NHL's superstars of the s. However, his career, and eventually life, ended in a game between his Montreal Canadiens and the Chicago Black Hawks on January 28, , at the Montreal Forum.
In that game, Morenz was checked by Chicago player Earl Seibert into the boards in what seemed like a normal hit.
However, as the boards were made of wood at the time, Morenz's leg shattered in five separate locations above the ankle. He was carried off the ice on a stretcher to a hospital, where he would stay for four and a half weeks until his death from a heart attack.
At one time, one visitor noted that it was as if a party was being held inside of Morenz's hospital room, complete with whiskey and beer.
Morenz died on March 8 the same year, from, as teammate Aurele Joliat put it, "a broken heart" Morenz suffered a heart attack the night before.
Morenz's 7 sweater, which had been hanging in its usual stall while he was in hospital, was finally retired for good.
While Morenz was in the hospital, plans for a game for Morenz's benefit were already under way. However, the game was not as successful as Bailey's game, partially because it took place many months after Morenz's passing on November 3 at the Forum and partially because Morenz had not survived.
The game saw two All-Star teams, the first being a team of stars from the Canadiens and the Montreal Maroons , the second being an All-Star team made of players from the other teams, with the latter team winning 6—5.
On August 25, , Babe Siebert , former player of the Montreal Canadiens , drowned in Lake Huron. To benefit his family, the Canadiens and Montreal Maroons organized a benefit, held on October 29, , at the Montreal Forum.
The All-Stars won the game 5—2. Despite Bailey's hopes of an annual All-Star Game, it did not become an annual tradition until the —48 NHL season.
In , the All-Star Game was moved from the start of the season to its current position in the middle of the season. In , the Challenge Cup series replaced the game, and in it was replaced with Rendez-vous ' Lockouts disrupted the NHL season in , and and resulted in the cancellation of the game in those years.
As part of the NHL Collective Bargaining Agreement CBA that expired in , the NHL agreed with the NHLPA not to hold an All-Star Game during Winter Olympic years, consequently the contest was cancelled in , and In , however, the contest was still played, as NHL players did not participate in that year's Winter Olympics.
Both parts of Bailey's vision would, however, come true: The first game of the annual tradition, and the first official NHL All-Star Game, would be played in Maple Leaf Gardens , on October 13, The format of the All-Star Game, which remained the same, with two exceptions, until the —68 NHL season , called for the defending Stanley Cup champions to play against a selection of players from the other five teams.
For the first year, the All-Stars were a team composed of the First and Second NHL All-Star Teams not to be confused with the All-Stars that played against the Cup champions , as well as three players from the New York Rangers and one player each from the Detroit Red Wings and the Chicago Black Hawks.
For the Game, the Gardens facilities were upgraded to use glass on the boards in an era where wire fences were the norm , a point that fans complained about as the sounds of the checks were somewhat muted.
In what would be another tradition, the defending Stanley Cup champions were presented before the game with various gifts that included sweater coats, golf balls, cigarette boxes, ties, cufflinks, pocket knives, watches and lifetime passes to Maple Leaf Gardens.
All-in-all, the game was a success, with the All-Stars winning 4—3. Although the All-Star Game called for the defending Cup champion to host it, the game was held in Chicago Stadium in its second year as a consequence of the negotiations that set up the first game.
Also as a peculiarity as a result of the scheduling, the game was held not before the season started as was the case before and would be for almost 20 years following the game , but three weeks into the season.
Like the year before, players from the First and Second NHL All-Star teams were automatically awarded spots on the All-Star Game rosters an exception was Leafs goaltender Turk Broda , having won the Cup, played for the Leafs instead , with the rest of the all-stars being assembled so that each team was represented with at least three players on the All-Stars.
As for the game itself, the All-Stars had won 3—1 with all scoring coming in the second period. The defending Stanley Cup champions would win their first All-Star Game in by a 7—1 margin, thanks to Detroit's Production Line and the fact that five of the First and Second NHL All-Star teams were Red Wings.
Because of the one-sidedness of the game, many fans and hockey insiders considered options on how to make the All-Star Game more balanced, including one where the All-Star Game was eliminated altogether in favour of a best-of-nine Stanley Cup Final with the proceeds of two of the games going to the players' pension fund, and one which saw a Canadian Teams vs.
American Teams format a somewhat flawed concept in that nearly all NHL players of the era, whether playing for teams representing American or Canadian cities, were Canadians.
Ultimately, the 5th NHL All-Star Game saw the First NHL All-Star team battle the Second, with the players filling out the First team being from American teams and the Second team being filled with either Hab or Leaf players.
The Game ended in a 2—2 tie, leaving many fans upset for the second straight year. The same format of First vs. Second with the First team being augmented by players from American teams and the Second being augmented by Leaf or Hab players continued the next year, but the 6th All-Star Game proved to be 60 minutes of boring hockey as the teams skated to a 1—1 tie.
Criticisms of this new format, as well as the boring hockey, was what made the NHL revert the format of the All-Star Game to its original incarnation.
Some of the criticisms included the fact that teammates often opposed each other in the All-Star Game under the new format, and some stated that the early date of the game was detrimental to the exposure of the NHL in the States, being held at the same time as the World Series and the National Football League NFL season.
In what would be later a reality, Toronto Star columnist Red Burnett suggested that the game should be played mid-season and that fans should choose their starting lineup, a system which had long been in use in the States with regard to Major League Baseball MLB.
The Game was moved from the start of the season to mid-season in the —67 season as part of the move to promote the NHL to six new cities who would have their own teams in October Because of the move to mid-season, the method of player selection for the All-Stars, largely unchanged for 20 years, was much scrutinized, as playing the All-Star Game mid-season meant that the First and Second All-Star teams were decided almost a full year before the game itself, and that by mid-season, the Cup winners were a vastly different team from the team that had won the Cup some eight or nine months before.
The mid-season move also meant that rookies with outstanding first years, such as Bobby Orr , would be shut out of the Game even if they deserved a spot on the All-Stars.
The 21st All-Star Game one year later was somber compared to the 20 before it, as the days before the game were tragic. On January 14, , two days before the game, Bill Masterton had been checked by two Oakland Seals players and died from his on-ice injuries.
The game itself was overshadowed by the debate on whether helmets should be worn in the NHL in the fallout of Masterton's untimely death. The events include: Fastest Skater, Breakaway Challenge the NHL's version of a Slam Dunk contest -- the more extravagant the routine before a goal, the better , Accuracy Shooting, Skills Challenge Relay, Hardest Shot and the Elimination Shoot Out.
Until , the event also featured a Young Stars Game played by the top 12 rookies. That game was eliminated, and the 12 rookies now compete in the skills challenge as part of the two teams selected in the fantasy draft.
The first official NHL All-Star Game took place in , though all-star games had been held for decades prior.
The first recorded hockey all-star game dates back to , before the NHL even existed. The first game sponsored by the new league took place in , when it was hoped it would become an annual event.
Several memorial or benefit games were held during the next several years, but the league's official, annual All-Star Game did not come to fruition until the season.
Since then, the All-Star Game has been, by and large, an annual event. There have been a few years when the All-Star Game has not taken place: most recently in and , when the game was skipped because the Winter Olympics were held.
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