KHL All Star Game Airs Saturday
Thursday January 08th 2009, 11:50 pm

Former Ranger Jaromir Jagr gets to escape the circus in Omsk for a few days this weekend when he heads to Moscow for the inaugural KHL All Star Game, which will be played outdoors in Moscow’s Red Square on Saturday. (And you thought Wrigley Field was an impressive venue for a hockey game.) Jagr will captain a team of players born outside of Russia against a team of Russian stars lead by former NHLer Alexei Yashin. Former Rangers Karel Rachunek, Marcel Hossa, and former Ranger properties Jan Marek and Pavel Brendl, who are tied for the league lead in goals, will join “Team Jagr” in Moscow on Saturday.

The game will be televised in North America by Universal Sports beginning at 8am EST on Saturday morning. Universal Sports is available in the NY/NJ area on Cablevision channel 110, Time Warner channel 162, Comcast channel 249, and Fios channel 464. (Check availability in your area.) The game will also be available for free from the Universal Sports web site.

Update: An “encore presentation” will be aired on Universal Sports at 11pm EST Saturday night for those who can’t bear the thought of rising at 8am on a Saturday morning. In addition, the online feed will be available for viewing on demand after the game.

Update 2: Because I haven’t see the full roster for both teams posted anywhere in English, here they are:

Team Jagr

Goalies:
Robert Esche
Ray Emery

Defense:
Raymond Giroux
Kevin Dallman
Karel Rachunek
Magnus Johansson
Ben Clymer

Forwards:
Jaromir Jagr
Marcel Hossa
Jakub Klepis
Pavel Brendl
Tony Mortensson
Jan Marek
Jaroslav Kundra
Esa Pirnes
Branko Radivojevic
Oleg Antonenko

Coaches:
Barry Smith
Kary Kheykkila
Vladimir Vujtek

Team Yashin

Goalies:
Alexander Yeremenko
Konstantin Barulin

Defense:
Ilya Nikulin
Vitaliy Proshkin
Konstantin Korneev
Aleksei Zhitnik
Darius Kasparaitis

Forwards:
Aleksei Yashin
Andrei Nikolishin
Aleksei Kudashov
Aleksei Morozov
Denis Zaripov
Maxim Sushinsky
Alexander Radulov
Aleksei Tereshchenko
Sergei Mozyakin
Oleg Saprykin

Coaches:
Sergei Mikhalev
Vyacheslav Bykov
Igor Zakharkin

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