The Sixth NHL All-Star Game
1 2 3 OT Total
First All-Star Team 0 1 0 {{{visitor_OT}}} 1
Second All-Star Team 0 0 1 {{{home_OT}}} 1
Date October 5, 1952
Arena Detroit Olympia
City Detroit, United States
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Attendance 10,680

</onlyinclude> The Sixth National Hockey League All-Star Game took place at the Detroit Olympia, home of the Detroit Red Wings, on October 5, 1952. For the second year in a row, the format had the First and Second All-Star Teams, with additional players on each team, play each other. After the game ended in a tie for the second year in a row, the NHL decided that they would continue with the previous format of the Stanley Cup winner playing an all-star team.>


Second All-Star Team

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First All-Star Team Second All-Star Team
Final score 1 1
Head coach Tommy Ivan (Detroit Red Wings) Dick Irvin (Montreal Canadiens)
Lineup Starting lineup: Starting lineup:
Scoring summary
  • Pavelich (Mosienko, Creighton), 9:57 2nd
  • Richard (Buller), 1:36 3rd
  • Sandford, 3:51 2nd
  • Howe, 6:34 3rd
  • Lach, 15:09 3rd
  • Buller, 0:23 1st
  • Thomson, 12:46 1st
  • Richard, 18:03 1st
  • Bouchard, 4:53 2nd
  • Thomson, 7:50 2nd
  • Thomson, 16:39 2nd
Win/Loss T - Terry Sawchuk T - Jim Henry/Gerry McNeil


Note 1: Named to the First All-Star Team in 1951–52.
Note 2: Named to the Second All-Star Team in 1951–52.
Note 3: Selected to play but injured prior to game.

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