|Date||January 22, 1994|
|Arena||Madison Square Garden|
|City||New York City, New York|
|MVP||Mike Richter (NY Rangers)|
Super Skills Competition Edit
The Western Conference would win the Skills Competition for the second straight season. In the individual events Al Iafrate won the Hardest Shot event for the second straight season, while both John Vanbiesbrouck and Patrick Roy would share the Goaltenders Competition victory. In addition, the Puck Control Relay event would be introduced as part of the individual competition with its first winner being Russ Courtnall.
Individual Event winnersEdit
- Puck Control Relay - Russ Courtnall (Dallas Stars)
- Fastest Skater - Sergei Fedorov (Detroit Red Wings) - 13.525 seconds
- Accuracy Shooting - Brendan Shanahan (St. Louis Blues) - 4 hits, 5 shots
- Hardest Shot - Al Iafrate (Washington Capitals) - 102.7 mph
- Goaltenders Competition - John Vanbiesbrouck (Florida Panthers)/Patrick Roy (Montreal Canadiens) - 4 GA, 16 shots
The game Edit
A capacity crowd saw Ottawa Senators' rookie Alexei Yashin score with 3:42 left in the third period, to give the Eastern Conference a 9–8 victory. The Western Conference were leading 8–6 in the third period, until Quebec Nordiques' centre Joe Sakic scored his first All-Star Game goal to cut the lead to 8–7. Then Florida Panthers' centre Bob Kudelski scored with 6:01 left to tie the game at 8–8, before Yashin would score the eventual game-winner. New York Rangers' goaltender Mike Richter was named All-Star M.V.P. after he turned away 19 of 21 shots in the second period.
|Western Conference||Eastern Conference|
|Head coach||Barry Melrose (Los Angeles Kings)||Jacques Demers (Montreal Canadiens)|
|Honorary captain||Gordie Howe||Rod Gilbert|
|Shots on goal||17–21–8–46||19–18–19–56|
|Win/Loss||L - Curtis Joseph||W - John Vanbiesbrouck|
In 1994, the New York Rangers made history by becoming the first (and to this date, the only) NHL team ever to host an All-Star Game, have one of its own named MVP of the All-Star Game, win the President's Trophy, and the Stanley Cup in one season, as no one from the Colorado Avalanche was named MVP of the All-Star Game in 2001.