OTTAWA, ON - JANUARY 29: Team Chara's Jarome Iginla #12 of the Calgary Flames and Corey Perry #10 of the Anaheim Ducks celebrates Evgeni Malkin (not pictured) #71 of the Pittsburgh Penguins and Team Chara second goal in the first period against Henrik Lundqvist #30 of the New York Rangers and Team Alfredsson during the 2012 Tim Hortons NHL All-Star Game at Scotiabank Place on January 29, 2012 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)

2012 NHL All-Star Game: Corey Perry Scores Goal In Team Chara Victory

Jonathan Quick of the Kings allowed three goals on 13 shots in the second period of the All-Star Game.

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2012 NHL All-Star Game Recap And Final Score: Corey Perry Has Goal, Assist In 12-9 Team Chara Win

Corey Perry of the Anaheim Ducks scored a goal and had an assist in the third period, helping Team Chara to a 12-9 win over Team Alfredsson in the 2012 NHL All-Star Game on Sunday afternoon at Scotiabank Place in Ottawa. Marian Gaborik had a hat trick and an assist in the win for Team Chara, and was named Most Valuable Player of the 59th NHL midseason classic.

Perry and Evgeni Malkin assisted on a goal by Jarome Iginla at 7:45 of the third period to give Team Chara an 8-7 lead. Perry then put a puck past Brian Elliott of the St. Louis Blues, the same goalie Perry scored against with a miniature stick on Saturday night, at 13:26 of the third period to give Team Chara an 11-8 lead. It was the first All-Star goal for Perry in his third All-Star appearance.

Los Angeles Kings goaltender Jonathan Quick minded the net in the second period for Team Alfredsson, and allowed three goals in 13 shots against in the high-scoring affair. Team captain Daniel Alfredsson of the host Ottawa Senators scored two goals and had an assist in defeat.

Former Duck Joffrey Lupul, now of the Toronto Blue Jays, scored two goals for Team Chara in the win.

The 2013 NHL All-Star Game will be held in Columbus.

For more news and information on NHL All-Stars Corey Perry and Jonathan Quick, be sure to read Anaheim Calling and Jewels From The Crown, respectively.

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NHL All-Star Game 2012 Score Update: Jonathan Quick Allows Three Goals In Second Period, Team Alfredsson Tied 6-6 With Team Chara At Second Intermission

The NHL All-Star Game, like most All-Star games in other sports, doesn't involve much defense if at all. The games are usually fast paced, back and forth affairs with both offenses piling up the goals in bunches. As a result, the goaltenders are often overlooked in the game. As Jonathan Quick of the Los Angeles Kings found out in the second period in the 2012 NHL All-Star Game in Ottawa, for Team Alfredsson.

Quick's team, captained by Daniel Alfredsson of the host Ottawa Senators, is tied 6-6 with Team Chara after two periods, with each team using two goalies in the first two periods. So far, all four goalies used in the game have allowed three goals in their period of work. Henrik Lundqvist of the New York Rangers allowed three goals in 12 shots in the first period for Team Alfredsson, while Quick saved 10 of 13 shots in the second. For Team Chara, Jimmy Howard of the Detroit Red Wings saved 11 of 14 shots in the first period while Carey Price of the Montreal Canadiens allowed three goals on 15 shots in the second period.

So far, Corey Perry of the Anaheim Ducks has had 9:41 of ice time, with one shot on goal.

For more news and information on NHL All-Stars Jonathan Quick and Corey Perry, be sure to read Jewels From The Crown and Anaheim Calling, respectively.

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2012 NHL All-Star Game: TV Schedule, Announcers And More

The 2012 NHL All-Star weekend will conclude on Sunday afternoon, with the 59th edition of the NHL All-Star Game taking place in Ottawa. Here are the relevant details and information surrounding hockey's midseason showcase event.

Location: Scotiabank Place, located in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Time: 1 p.m. PST

TV: NBC Sports Network, the channel formerly known as Versus, will televise the All-Star Game. Mike Emrick is on play-by-play with Eddie Olczyk providing color commentary. Pierre McGuire and Jeremy Roenick will report from the ice during the game. Liam McHugh is the studio host, alongside Mike Milbury and Keith Jones.

Team Captains: Right winger Daniel Alfredsson of the host Ottawa Senators and defenseman Zdeno Chara of the Boston Bruins. Both captains chose their respective teams on Thursday night.

Local Team Chara Representative: Corey Perry of the Anaheim Ducks, the 2010-2011 Hart Memorial Trophy winner as the NHL Most Valuable Player, provided a memorable moment Saturday night with his miniature stick goal in the Breakaway Challenge.

Local Team Alfredsson Representative: Los Angeles Kings goaltender Jonathan Quick leads the NHL with six shutouts, and was part of the winning team Saturday night in the Fastest Skater competition during the Skills Challenge.

For more news and information on NHL All-Stars Corey Perry and Jonathan Quick, be sure to read Anaheim Calling and Jewels From The Crown, respectively.

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2012 NHL All-Star Game Preview: Corey Perry, Jonathan Quick Look Forward To Experience

The 2012 NHL All-Star Game gets underway on Sunday afternoon at Scotiabank Place in Ottawa, with a pair of local stars on display. Right wing Corey Perry of the Anaheim Ducks is making his third All-Star appearance, while Los Angeles Kings goaltender Jonathan Quick will make his All-Star debut.

Perry was a fan favorite on Saturday night, scoring a goal in the Breakaway Challenge with a miniature stick. Perry finished second in fan voting in the event, capturing 29% of the vote compared to 47% for Patrick Kane of the Chicago Blackhawks, who scored a "Superman" goal while wearing a cape. "[Kane] wouldn’t tell me what he was going to do but he had some tricks up his sleeve," Perry told the Associated Press. Perry was also an All-Star in 2008 and 2011.

Perry is on Team Chara, selected by team captain Zdeno Chara of the Boston Bruins. The other squad was selected by Samuel Alfredsson of the host Ottawa Senators. Quick is on Team Alfredsson.

Quick, 26, is making his All-Star appearance, and enjoying the finest season of his five-year career for the Kings. Quick leads the NHL with six shutouts, and ranks fourth in the league in both save percentage (.934) and goals against average (1.93). Quick is the fourth Kings' goalie to be named an NHL All-Star, joining Terry Sawchuk (1968), Rogie Vachon (1973, 1975, 1978) and Mario Lessard (1981).

For more news and information on NHL All-Stars Corey Perry and Jonathan Quick, be sure to read Anaheim Calling and Jewels From The Crown, respectively.

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NHL All-Star Skills Competition Recap: Corey Perry Brings The House Down In Breakaway Challenge

The NHL All-Star Weekend is in full swing in Ottawa. On Saturday, representatives from both All-Star teams took place in various skills competitions. One of the participants was Anaheim Ducks player Corey Perry, who represented Team Chara in the Allstate Breakaway Challenge.

The event is sort of the NHL version of the slam dunk competition. Each skater has three chances to skate on a breakaway and attempt to take a shot on goal against a goaltender. The fans decide who is the winner of the competition based on text message vote. To that end, the idea is to be as creative or flashy on your breakaway as possible. Although Perry was not selected by the fans, he did provide one of the highlights of the evening.

Perry skated toward the goal with the puck, when we suddenly put on the brakes. He flung away his gloves and his stick while the goalie looked puzzled. Perry lifted up his jersey and at first it seemed as if he was perilously close to reenacting the climactic scene of the film Slap Shot. (You know which one.) Instead, Perry retrieved a miniature hockey stick from the waistband of his pants and skated towards the goal, pushing the puck in front of him to with the tiny stick. He juked, completely tricking the goalie to lunge to his left as Perry sneaked in the backhander at the last instant, much to the delight of the crowd.

Other players in the competition also had fun with the challenge, including Perry's Team Chara teammate Patrick Kane donning a Superman cape for his runs, one of which included an exploding puck. Kane won the fan vote easily, although he did take second place. In any event, Team Chara won the point for the event with ease.

For all news and information regarding Ducks hockey, please visit Anaheim Calling. For complete coverage of the NHL All-Star weekend, check out SB Nation's dedicated NHL hub.

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NHL All-Star Skills Competition Recap: Kings Goalie Jonathan Quick On Winning Team In Fastest Skater Competition

The NHL All-Star Weekend is underway in Ottawa, with the All-Star Skills Competition taking place on Saturday evening. One of the players involved in the challenges was Los Angeles Kings goaltender Jonathan Quick.

Quick participated in the Bridgestone Fastest Skater event, where he was one of five representatives for Team Alfredsson. Both teams were comprised of a backwards skater, a rookie skater, a goalie and two other skaters. After Team Alfredsson took the point on the backwards leg of the relay thanks to Kris Letang, the goalies went at it.

Quick and his counterpart, Jimmy Howard of the Detroit Red Wings, were neck-and-neck until rounding the turn, when Quick broke away and headed for the finish line. His time of 16.939 trumped Howard's time of 17.514 and helped his team to another point en route to Quick's taking the competition, four points to two.

Quick's teammates for the challenge included Keith Yandle, Erik Karlsson and rookie Carl Hagelin, who also skated for the team in the sixth, final leg against Team Chara's rookie from the "hometown" Ottawa Senators, Colin Greening.

For all news and information regarding the Los Angeles Kings, please visit Jewels from the Crown. For complete coverage of the NHL All-Star weekend, check out SB Nation's dedicated NHL hub.

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NHL Skills Competition Participants, Start Time, TV Coverage And More

Jonathan Quick of the Kings and Corey Perry of the Ducks will be participating in the events.

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