The NHL All-Stars have been in the news a lot lately.

There were a lot of injuries and suspensions, but also a lot more hype.

And while there will be some games, most of them are going to be on TV, but there are a lot that will be live.

Here are three things you need to know heading into the game on Saturday:1.

What to watch forThe game is scheduled for 8 p.m.

ET and will be streamed on

The game will be on NBCSN in the U.S. and CBC in Canada.

The NHL announced earlier this week that the game will air on CBS Sports Network in the United States and on the CBC in the rest of the world.2.

Who is the best player on the ice?

The NHL has not made a decision on who the best NHL player is going to play for, but it’s not looking like that is going anywhere soon.

There are still a lot players who have been named All-stars, but if you want to know who is the most talented in the league, here’s who you should be watching:The Pittsburgh Penguins forward Evgeni Malkin has been named to the first line.

He’s got a lot going for him, having scored at least 40 goals in each of his first two seasons and having a +9 rating, as well as a +16 plus/minus rating in 2017-18.

He was third on the team in goals with 26 and he was second in points with 34.

The fact that he was third in goals and points was impressive, but he’s not the only guy with great scoring abilities on this line.

Sidney Crosby, who also has a lot to prove, was named second on the line.

Crosby, the reigning MVP, scored at an elite level, finishing with 51 points and was second on Pittsburgh in scoring.

He also had a plus-24 rating.

The New York Islanders forward Jack Eichel is one of the more consistent players in the League.

He has a career goal differential of plus-16 and has a plus/50 rating.

He leads the League with nine power-play goals, and he also has two shorthanded goals.

He will be competing with Auston Matthews and Patrik Laine for the top spot in scoring among forwards, but that could change as Matthews continues to improve.3.

How much of an impact will Connor McDavid have on the game?

McDavid will be a big part of this game.

He scored at a point-per-game pace in 2017 and is now tied for the League lead with 17 goals.

His plus-20 rating and plus-12 rating are pretty good, but the biggest factor in his scoring is that he has a knack for scoring the winner.

McDavid scored at the rate of 4.18 goals per game in 2017, which is a pretty decent number for a winger.

McDavid has also scored at 4.31 per game during his career.

He had the second-most goals in the NHL in 2017 at 517.

McJillen is also one of many young players who are making an impact offensively.

He and McDavid are leading the League in goals for with 11 and eight.

He led the NHL with seven power-plays goals and has been fourth in power-save percentage.

He is second in power play goals with 16.

McLovin has scored at 5.38 per game and has the most points in the top 10.

He played a big role in the Oilers’ run to the Stanley Cup Final last season.

The Oilers went into the postseason with a record of 14-8-2 and McLovin had a minus-8 rating.

McJillis team was very strong last season, but McLovis numbers were down.4.

What is the biggest question mark?

The biggest question is whether McDavid and McJellys linemates Connor McPhee and Jack Eriksson will be able to perform at the level they did in 2017.

McPhee has played well this season, with a plus rating of plus 13, and Erikssson has been a force on the power play with a +5 rating and 16 penalty minutes.

The two are tied for second in goals.

The biggest issue for the Oilers is how good the team can be defensively.

They had a lot less penalties and also allowed a lot fewer goals than they did last year.

The team will need to score a lot if they want to have a chance to win the Stanley Championship.5.

What are the storylines heading into this game?

The storylines are still very much in place.

The Pittsburgh Penguins are still in a position to win a Stanley Cup, but they are also still in need of a playoff spot.

McPherson is one reason for that.

He put up his best season in 2017 as he led the Penguins with 46 points and is one piece of a Penguins playoff push. McHale