San Jose is home of the 2019 NHL All-Star weekend, and it all starts with the NHL Skills Competition on Friday night at SAP Center.
Hockey's brightest stars will be on display to showcase their talents. The night will showcase six events: Fastest Skater, Premier Passer, Puck Control, Accuracy Shooting, Save Streak, and Hardest Shot.
The winner of each event will earn $25,000.
Every player in the All-Star Game will compete in at least one event. Due to an illness, though, Penguins star Sidney Crosby will not be on the ice.
Below is who will be participating in each event:
Will we see a @cmcdavid97 three-peat in the Fastest Skater event or will @KendallCoyne take top spot in her historic debut? #NHLAllStar
Full list of participants: https://t.co/2nyeXkvq63 pic.twitter.com/b3tVenL7WS— NHL Public Relations (@PR_NHL) January 25, 2019
Who would you want to thread the needle to you on a 2-on-1? #NHLAllStar
Full list of Skills participants: https://t.co/2nyeXkvq63 pic.twitter.com/UVeUR3TakL— NHL Public Relations (@PR_NHL) January 25, 2019
Will the vets steal the show?
Two members of the top 10 on the NHL's all-time wins list will take part in the Ticketmaster NHL Save Streak: @HLundqvist30 (6th; 446) and Marc-Andre Fleury (9th; 431). #NHLAllStar pic.twitter.com/x5PmYYDKNW— NHL Public Relations (@PR_NHL) January 25, 2019
There will be a new Hardest Shot winner this year - who will it be? #NHLAllStar@Burnzie88@JohnCarlson74@seth_jones3@RealStamkos91 pic.twitter.com/r9TjkRKP2x— NHL Public Relations (@PR_NHL) January 25, 2019
Here's how you can watch the NHL Skills Competition live on the NBC Sports Network and streaming live online.
When: 6:30 p.m. PT/9:30 ET on Friday, Jan. 25
Live Stream: NBC Sports app
Desktop users can stream the event here.