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11th National Hockey League All-Star Game

The Eleventh NHL All-Star Game

Date October 5, 1957
Arena Montreal Forum
City Montreal, Canada
Attendance 13,095
← 1956
1958 →

The Eleventh National Hockey League All-Star Game took place at the Montreal Forum, home of the Montreal Canadiens, on October 5, 1957. The Canadiens, winner of the 1957 Stanley Cup Finals, played a team of All-Stars for the second consecutive year, with the All-Stars winning by a 5–3 score.

Boxscore

NHL All-Stars Montreal Canadiens
Final score 5 3
Head coach Milt Schmidt (Boston Bruins) Toe Blake (Montreal Canadiens)
Lineup Starting lineup: Starting lineup:
Scoring summary
  • Kelly (Unassisted), 1:06 1st
  • Stanley (Prentice, Migay), 19:55 1st (SHG)
  • Bathgate (Litzenberger, Prentice), 18:14 2nd
  • Howe (Chevrefils, Morrison), 8:11 3rd (PPG)
  • Prentice (Bathgate, Litzenberger), 16:50 3rd
  • M. Richard (H. Richard, Moore), 10:53 1st
  • Olmstead, (Johnson), 0:33 2nd
  • Smrke (Bonin), 9:13 2nd
Penalties
  • Migay, 5:36 1st
  • Howe, 15:55 1st
  • Howe, 19:14 1st
  • Chevrefils, 12:36 2nd
  • Flaman, 5:48 3rd
  • Flaman, 9:46 3rd
  • Talbot, 14:25 1st
  • Harvey, 16:05 1st
  • Talbot, 5:54 2nd
  • Johnson, 18:59 2nd
  • Olmstead, 6:24 3rd
Win/Loss W - Glenn Hall L - Jacques Plante
  • Referee: Red Storey
  • Linesmen: Doug Davies, Bill Roberts

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