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2023 NHL All-Star Game to be held in South Florida

NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman announced that the 2023 All-Star Weekend will be hosted by the Florida Panthers in South Florida.
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The NHL All-Star Game is headed back to the Sunshine State. 

Speaking to reporters prior to the All-Star Skills Showcase on Friday night, NHL commissioner Gary Bettman announced that the 2023 All-Star Weekend will take place in South Florida and be hosted at FLA Live Arena, home of the Florida Panthers.

The event will take place from Feb. 3-4. 

This is not the first time that the Panthers have played host to an All-Star Game in their franchise history, having done so back in 2003 when the team's arena was named the Office Depot Center. 

Of course, much has changed since that initial hosting stint. 

The Panthers are among the best teams in the entire NHL at the moment, led by a core of talented young players and prominent stars that are all under contract for years to come. With a slew of recognizable faces and the possibility to achieve sustained success on the ice, the Panthers seem to be laying the groundwork for a rejuvenated and passionate fanbase. 

Hosting the best talent the NHL has to offer for an entire weekend next year should do wonders for their public image, as well. 

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