Betting on the NHL All-Star game is like betting on MLB spring training games. It may not be advisable, but it’s totally understandable. We’re not in the business of judging you for tossing your hard-earned money on a meaningless hockey game. That doesn’t mean we can’t try and break this sucker down.

After years of disinterest in the All-Star game, the NHL made the decision two years ago to change the format to one that features four teams, one from each division, in a 3-on-3 tournament.  Each game will consist of two 10-minute periods.

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Kelvin Kuo, USA Today