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2016 All-Star Game: How to Watch Quick, Doughty, and the Rest

3-on-3 action at 3!

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After yesterday was upstaged by Brent Burns and his non-bearded child, all we get today is some traditional hockey. Although traditional might be the wrong word for an unprecedented 3-on-3 division All-Star tournament. Whether you're watching because you want to see John Scott keep up with Drew Doughty, you want to watch 37 goals scored, or you want to yell "Please don't strain yourself, we need you!" at Jonathan Quick, here's how to tune in:

NHL 2016 All-Star Game Eastern Conference coverage

5 p.m. ET

Bridgestone Arena | Nashville,Tenn.

TV: NBCSN

Live Stream: NBCSports.com

NHL 2016 All-Star Game Western Conference coverage

6 p.m. ET

Bridgestone Arena | Nashville, Tenn.

TV: NBCSN

Live Stream: NBCSports.com

NHL 2016 All-Star Game Final coverage

7 p.m. ET

Bridgestone Arena | Nashville, Tenn.

TV: NBCSN

Live Stream: NBCSports.com

Obviously, if you want to catch the Kings, tune in at 3 and see if they can take down the pre-ordained champs from the Central Division. If they do, stay tuned for the final. A reminder of the format:

The first two 20-minute games will be the semifinal round, with the Central Division all-stars playing the Pacific Division, and the Metropolitan Division all-stars playing the Atlantic Division. The winners will play for the championship in the third game.

A shootout will determine the winner if the game is tied after 20 minutes. The prize pool of $1 million will be paid in its entirety to the championship team.