Patrick Kane joins Justin Bieber, other celebs for All-Star ‘Celebrity Shootout’

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LOS ANGELES — Chicago Blackhawks forward Patrick Kane will join pop superstar Justin Bieber, and a roster of other celebrities and hockey greats, at this year’s All-Star Celebrity Shootout on Saturday.

Bieber posted that he would be joining Kane, Cuba Gooding Jr. and others on a team coached by Wayne Gretzky for the friendly hockey match. In addition to a wide selection of celebrities, the teams include 21 of the 100 players named as the “Greatest” by the NHL Friday.

The game will take place at Staples Center at 4:15 p.m. CT ahead of the 2017 Coors Light NHL All-Star Skills Competition, and can be streamed on and the NHL Facebook page, the league said in a statement.