36th National Hockey League All-Star Game

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36th NHL All-Star Game
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123 Total
Wales 511 7
Campbell 033 6
DateJanuary 31, 1984
ArenaBrendan Byrne Arena
CityEast Rutherford
MVPDon Maloney (NY Rangers)
Attendance18,939
← 1983 1985 →

The 36th National Hockey League All-Star Game was held in Brendan Byrne Arena in East Rutherford, home to the New Jersey Devils, on January 31, 1984.

Uniforms[edit]

The All-Star uniforms introduced in 1983 received an update for this game. The typeface for the diagonal "Wales" and "Campbell" conference names on the front of the jerseys changed from a plain block font to the style used by the New York Rangers. Trim stripes were added to the shoulder/sleeve panels and waistline - black on the white Wales jersey, and white on the orange Campbell jersey. This design would continue to be used through 1986.

Team lineups[edit]

Wales Conference All-Stars[edit]

Head Coach
Assistant Coach
# Nat. Player Pos. Team
Goaltenders
1 Canada Pete Peeters Boston Bruins
30 United StatesCanada Glenn Resch New Jersey Devils
Defencemen
2 Canada Joe Cirella New Jersey Devils
4 United States Rod Langway Washington Capitals
5 Canada Denis Potvin, Captain New York Islanders
6 United States Phil Housley Buffalo Sabres
7 Canada Raymond Bourque Boston Bruins
20 United States Mike O'Connell Boston Bruins
Forwards
10 Canada Barry Pederson C Boston Bruins
11 Canada Gilbert Perreault C Buffalo Sabres
12 Canada Don Maloney LW New York Rangers
14 United States Mark Johnson LW Hartford Whalers
15 Canada Michel Goulet LW Quebec Nordiques
16 Canada Rick Middleton RW Boston Bruins
17 Canada Tim Kerr C Philadelphia Flyers
23 Canada Mike Bullard C Pittsburgh Penguins
25 Sweden Mats Näslund LW Montreal Canadiens
26 Canada Brian Propp LW Philadelphia Flyers
27 Czechoslovakia Peter Stastny C Quebec Nordiques
28 Canada Pierre Larouche C New York Rangers
Trainers
Keith Parker New Jersey Devils
Craig Smith New Jersey Devils

Campbell Conference All-Stars[edit]

Head Coach
Assistant Coach
# Nat. Player Pos. Team
Goaltenders
30 Canada Murray Bannerman Chicago Black Hawks
31 Canada Grant Fuhr Edmonton Oilers
Defencemen
4 Canada Kevin Lowe Edmonton Oilers
5 Canada Rob Ramage St. Louis Blues
6 Canada Brad Maxwell Minnesota North Stars
7 Canada Paul Coffey Edmonton Oilers
24 Canada Doug Wilson Chicago Black Hawks
44 Canada Dave Babych Winnipeg Jets
Forwards
8 Canada Glenn Anderson RW Edmonton Oilers
9 Canada Lanny McDonald RW Calgary Flames
10 Canada Charlie Simmer LW Los Angeles Kings
11 Canada Mark Messier LW Edmonton Oilers
12 Canada Bernie Nicholls C Los Angeles Kings
17 Canada Darcy Rota LW Vancouver Canucks
18 Canada Denis Savard C Chicago Black Hawks
19 Canada Steve Yzerman C Detroit Red Wings
22 Canada Rick Vaive RW Toronto Maple Leafs
23 Canada Brian Bellows RW Minnesota North Stars
25 Canada John Ogrodnick RW Detroit Red Wings
99 Canada Wayne Gretzky, Captain C Edmonton Oilers
Trainers

G = Goaltenders; D = Defencemen; C = Center; LW/RW = Left Wing/Right Wing

Game summary[edit]

# Score Team Goals (Assist(s)) Time[1]
First period
1 1-0 Wales Cirella (Šťastný) 8:51
2 2-0 Wales Potvin (Kerr – Goulet) 9:30
3 3-0 Wales Middleton (Pederson – Housley) 14:49
4 4-0 Wales Näslund (Maloney – Potvin) 16:40
5 5-0 Wales Larouche (Johnson – Maloney) 17:14
Second period
6 5-1 Campbell Savard (Vaive – Rota) 1:23
7 5-2 Campbell Rota (Vaive – Savard) 5:51
8 5-3 Campbell Ogrodnick (Yzerman) 6:42
9 6-3 Wales Larouche (Maloney – Johnson) 17:34
Third period
10 7-3 Wales Maloney (Johnson – Cirella) 7:24
11 7-4 Campbell Babych (Ogrodnick) 8:11
12 7-5 Campbell Gretzky (Vaive – Simmer) 11:23
13 7-6 Campbell Bellows (Wilson) 17:37

Shots: Campbell 13-15-10 (38) Wales 13-11-6 (30)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Result of the game". Archived from the original on 2011-07-14. Retrieved 2009-06-25. Cite uses deprecated parameter |dead-url= (help)