The Kontinental Hockey League's 2011 All-Star Game will be held February 5 at St. Petersburg's Ice Palace. The festivities will include traditional competitions for players to demonstrate their hockey mastery - the Skills Show - and a game between the KHL's strongest players from this season. The All-Star Game will be held once again as a competition between Team Yashin and Team Jagr, which will group the best Russian and foreign players competing this season in the Kontinental Hockey League.
The All-Star Game will be broadcast live on the channel Russia 1, while the Skills Show will be shown on Russia 2. Throughout the day, KHL TV will be broadcasting additional events from the Ice Palace, including news and behind-the-scenes interviews from the All-Star Game.
Ticket sales for the Kontinental Hockey League All-Star Game will begin in the nearest future and will be conducted through the official site for the game, www.khlallstar.ru/.
The KHL will offer tickets ranging in price from 190 rubles to 1,900 rubles, which are not subject to additional sales commissions - regardless of where fans pick them up.