The KHL is proud to announce the completion of the third and final stage of the selection process to determine the players who will compete in the KHL Master Show and KHL All-Star Game to take place in Moscow on Jan. 18-19, 2020. The teams representing the four Divisions of the League will first compete in the Master Show, then, the next day, in the KHL All-Star Game, comprising a mini-tournament between the four teams.

As tradition dictates, the All-Star Game rosters were established with a three-stage process. The first phase of the selection process was the fans’ vote when the supporters chose two defensemen and two forwards for each Division. This was followed by the journalists’ selections when members of the media cast their votes to add one goaltender, one defenseman, and one forward to each team. The third and final stage was the League’s vote when 16 more stars (one goaltender, one defenseman, and two forwards per team) were selected by the KHL. Right before the game, the best four players from the JHL Challenge Cup – scheduled for Jan. 12 – will strengthen the four Division teams.

40 players, representing 24 KHL teams, will skate in Moscow:

Bobrov Division


Julius Hudacek (Spartak, fans’ choice)

Alexander Samonov (SKA, journalists’ choice)


Juuso Hietanen (Dynamo Moscow, fans’ choice)

Mikko Lehtonen (Jokerit, journalists’ choice)

Yakov Rylov (Spartak, KHL’s choice)


Vadim Shipachyov (Dynamo Moscow, fans’ choice)

Dmitrij Jaskin (Dynamo Moscow, journalists’ choice)

Lauris Darzins (Dinamo Riga, KHL’s choice)

Daniil Vovchenko (Severstal, KHL’s choice)

Vladimir Tkachyov (SKA, KHL’s choice)

Tarasov Division


Ilya Konovalov (Lokomotiv, fans’ choice)

Ilya Sorokin (CSKA, journalists’ choice)


Ilya Shinkevich (Vityaz, fans’ choice)

Charles Genoway (Torpedo, journalists’ choice)

Mat Robinson (CSKA, KHL’s choice)


Vyacheslav Gretsky (Dinamo Minsk, fans’ choice)

Kirill Kaprizov (CSKA, journalists’ choice)

Stephane Da Costa (Lokomotiv, KHL’s choice)

Alexander Semin (Vityaz, KHL’s choice)

Malte Stromwall (HC Sochi, KHL’s choice)

* The fans originally picked Jhonas Enroth to start, but later, he dissolved his contract with Dinamo Minsk. Consequently, Ilya Konovalov will travel to Moscow instead as the third-placed goalie in the fans’ vote.

Kharlamov Division:


Timur Bilyalov (Ak Bars, fans’ choice)

Jakub Kovar (Avtomobilist, journalists’ choice)


Kristian Khenkel (Ak Bars, fans’ choice)

Jyrki Jokipakka (Sibir, journalists’ choice)

Nick Bailen (Traktor, KHL’s choice)


Nigel Dawes (Avtomobilist, fans’ choice)

Sergei Mozyakin (Metallurg, journalists’ choice)

Danis Zaripov (Ak Bars, KHL’s choice)

Pavel Poryadin (Neftekhimik, KHL’s choice)

Pavel Datsyuk (Avtomobilist, KHL’s choice)

Chernyshev Division:


Juha Metsola (Salavat Yulaev, fans’ choice)

Igor Bobkov (Avangard, journalists’ choice)


Vyacheslav Voynov (Avangard, fans’ choice)

Darren Dietz (Barys, journalists’ choice)

Adam Almqvist (Admiral, KHL’s choice)


Kirill Semyonov (Avangard, fans’ choice)

Nikita Soshnikov (Salavat Yulaev, journalist’s choice)

Brandon Yip (Kunlun Red Star, KHL’s choice)

Hynek Zohorna (Amur, KHL’s choice)

Linus Omark (Salavat Yulaev, KHL’s choice)

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Alessandro Seren Rosso Alessandro Seren Rosso
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