NHL All-Star Game 2023: Head coaches for each of the four divisions have been announced.

We now know which coaches will be in charge of the teams during the festivities in Sunrise, Florida, even if the majority of the 2023 NHL All-Star lineups have already been revealed.

The NHL announced on Wednesday that Vegas Golden Knights coach Bruce Cassidy will represent the Pacific Division, while Dallas Stars coach Peter DeBoer will represent the Central Division, Carolina Hurricanes coach Rod Brind’Amour will represent the Metropolitan Division, and Boston Bruins coach Jim Montgomery will represent the Atlantic Division.

All-Star coaches are chosen based on the teams with the greatest point percentage at the end of the day on Wednesday. Each of those teams is in the lead in its own division.

Three of the chosen coaches are in their first year of employment and are connected in some intriguing ways. In Vegas, DeBoer was replaced by Cassidy, while Montgomery was replaced by Cassidy in Boston. In addition to DeBoer, Montgomery has also served as a head coach of the Stars.

Brind’Amour is an outlier, having coached the Hurricanes for all six of his coaching years.

The NHL released the preliminary rosters for each All-Star team last week. Prior to All-Star weekend at FLA Live Arena, each team will receive two additional skaters and a goaltender thanks to the fan vote.

On Friday, February 3, at 7:00 p.m. ET, the skills competition will kick off the All-Star festivities. On Saturday, February 4, the All-Star Game will start at 3:00 p.m. ET.