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32nd National Hockey League All-Star Game

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32nd National Hockey League All-Star Game

32nd NHL All-Star Game
1 2 3 Total
Campbell 1 1 1 3
Wales 2 0 4 6
Date February 5, 1980
Arena Joe Louis Arena
City Detroit
MVP Reggie Leach (Philadelphia Flyers)
Attendance 21,002
← 1978 1981 →

The 32nd National Hockey League All-Star Game was held in Joe Louis Arena in Detroit, home to the Detroit Red Wings, on February 5, 1980. The Wales Conference all-star team won for the fifth consecutive time. Reggie Leach was voted MVP after scoring one goal and one assist. This was Wayne Gretzky's first appearance and Gordie Howe's 23rd and final All-Star game appearance.

Team rosters

Campbell Conference Wales Conference
Final Score 3 6
Head Coach Al Arbour (New York Islanders) Scotty Bowman (Buffalo Sabres)
Lineup ': ':

Game summary

# Score Team Goalscorer (assists) Time
First period
1 1-0 Wales Robinson 3:58
2 2-0 Wales Payne (Murphy - Goring) 4:19
3 2-1 Campbell Leach (McEwen) 8:02 DN
Penalties : Hartsburg (Wal.) 12:23
Second period
4 2-2 Campbell Nilsson (Federko - MacLeish) 6:03
Penalties : none
Third period
5 2-3 Campbell Propp (Esposito - Leach) 4:14
6 3-3 Wales Stackhouse (Sittler - Lafleur) 11:40
7 4-3 Wales Hartsburg (Cloutier - Ratelle) 12:40
8 5-3 Wales Larson (Payne - Perreault) 13:12
9 6-3 Wales Cloutier (Howe) 16:06
Penalties : none

Goaltenders :

  • Wales : Edwards (29:27 minutes), Meloche (30:33).
  • Campbell : Esposito (15:10), Peeters (44:50).

Shots on goal :

  • Wales (32) 10 - 05 - 17
  • Campbell (31) 15 - 04 - 11

Referee : Dave Newell

Linesmen : John D'Amico, Ray Scapinello


  • Gary Sargent named to Wales team, but unable to participate due to injury.

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