|Date||January 20, 1976|
|MVP||Peter Mahovlich (Montreal Canadiens)|
The Wales Conference All-Star team defeated the Campbell Conference 7-5 after opening up a 6-1 lead in the second period. Peter Mahovlich was voted most valuable player of the game after scoring a goal and three assists.
Team Lineups Edit
|1||1-0||Wales||Martin (Mahovlich - Lafleur)||6:01|
|3||2-1||Wales||Mahovlich (Lapointe - Lafleur)||18:31|
|4||3-1||Wales||Park (Mahovlich - Martin)||19:00|
|Penalties : None|
|6||5-1||Wales||Lafleur (Mahovlich - Martin)||11:54|
|8||7-1||Wales||Maloney (Larouche - MacAdam)||16:59|
|Penalties : Barber (Cam.) 17:29|
|9||7-2||Campbell||Ververgaert (Trottier - Harris)||4:33|
|10||7-3||Campbell||Ververgaert (Trottier - Harris)||4:43|
|12||7-5||Campbell||Vickers (Unger - Potvin)||14:46|
|Penalties : Marks (Cam.) 15:26|
- Wales : Dryden (29:34 minutes), Thomas (30:26 minutes).
- Campbell : Resch (29:18), Stephenson (29:42 minutes).
Shots on goal :
- Wales (42) 13 - 17 - 12
- Campbell (24) 09 - 06 - 09
Referee : Lloyd Gilmour
Linesmen : Neil Armstrong, John D'Amico
Borje Salming made history by becoming the first European born and -bred player to participate in an NHL All-Star game (Stan Mikita and Ivan Boldirev were also born in Europe but did not start to play hockey before moving to Canada at an early age). From 1976 onwards, every NHL All-Star game to date has featured at least one European player.
- Podnieks, Andrew (2000). The NHL All-Star Game: 50 years of tradition. Toronto: HarperCollins, 167–171. ISBN 000200058X.
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