The 2022 NHL All-Star Game will be played at the T-Mobile Arena near Las Vegas, Nevada, on Saturday, February 5th, with the NHL All-Star Skills competition held one night earlier on Friday the 4th.
2022 NHL ALL-STAR GAME LOGOS
The logo for this year’s game features the glitz and glam of the host city of Las Vegas. “ALL*STAR” is arched across the front of the logo in white lettering with gold trim, “LAS VEGAS 2022” arched below in gold and the NHL’s primary shield logo is above. Neon tube lighting trims a diamond, inspired by the signs that line The Strip and the famous “Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas” monument, which greets visitors as they enter the city limits. Red lighting shines out in all directions from a single eight-pointed star, again from the Welcome to Las Vegas sign.
The French version of the logo all follows the same design styles, just with the English text swapped out for its French equivalent. “ALL*STAR” is replaced with “ETOILES DE LA LNH,” stacked over two lines rather than just the one seen in the English edition. The French-language version of the NHL logo, which reads “LNH,” is also used at the top.
2022 NHL ALL-STAR GAME UNIFORMS
Despite there being four teams, only two different uniform designs will be worn (if two of the teams wearing the same jerseys should end up meeting, then one will switch to the other design for that game).
One set is white with two shades of red at the cuffs and waist and trimmed in black with two red stars on each sleeve. The other is navy blue with royal and light blue at the waist trimmed in white with light blue stars on the sleeves. Both jerseys feature the NHL shield logo on the chest, the 2022 NHL All-Star Game patch on the left shoulder, and the player’s individual team logo as a patch on the right shoulder.
2022 NHL ALL-STAR GAME ALTERNATE LOGOS
There are a few different alternate logo options for the game, first is a simplified version of the primary logo, which strips away some of the details, including the lights and the 8-pointed star and reduces the lettering to a simple, abbreviated “AS 22”:
A couple of “token” alternate logos also exist, one which retains the overall shape of the primary branding but removes everything but the NHL shield, re-coloured to be just gold and black:
The league has created a team-specific version of this logo for all thirty-two teams in the NHL:
Another “token” graphic is this casino poker chip style, which again takes the colours of the host Vegas Golden Knights and features just the NHL shield:
Like the other token logo, a version of this style has also been created for all 32 teams; you could say the league is undoubtedly “going all-in” when it comes to this All-Star Game. *chuckles quietly to himself*
As for the game, there will be four teams taking part, one representing each of the league’s four divisions, and while these division-based teams will all be wearing generic NHL uniforms, each division gets its own logo (which, subsequently, will not be worn on any of the uniforms):
2022 NHL ALL-STAR EVENT LOGOS
There are also logos for the events surrounding the main event, first for the 2022 NHL All-Star Skills Competition on February 4th:
Sponsored by Draft Kings and features a poker chip. Oh yeah, times have certainly changed in pro sports.
And then there’s the logo for the 2022 NHL All-Star Fan Fair, which is a hockey-themed convention held in the host city during the week leading up to the All-Star Game:
Be sure to tune in to the 2022 NHL All-Star Game Skills Competition on Friday, February 4th and the game itself on Saturday, February 5th.