NHL All-Star Game 2016: Game time, TV schedule and online streaming

3-on-3! Madness!

Things be crazy!

Sunday afternoon, beginning at 5:00 PM EST (coverage on NBCSN kicks off at 4:30), the NHL will kick off a new trend in their All Star festivities. Instead of one game with two teams, there will be three 20-minute games, with four All-Star teams based on the league's four divisions.

The Atlantic Division All-Stars will face the Metropolitan Division All-Stars, while the Central Division All-Stars will play against the Pacific Division All-Stars. The winners of these two games will then meet in the All-Star Game Final. The format for all three games will be 3-on-3. If a tie remains after 20 minutes, then it will go directly to a three-round shootout plus extra rounds as needed to determine the winner; there is no standard overtime.

What could possibly go wrong?

The game will be broadcast on NBCSN in the US, and on CBC, Sportsnet, TVA Sports in Canada.

Check out the NHL's online ASG hub for streaming information.

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