NHL All-Star Game in Tampa sold out

ORG XMIT: 108193624 RALEIGH, NC - JANUARY 30:  Team Lidstrom players Steven Stamkos #91 of the Tampa Bay Lightning celebrates with Martin St. Louis #26 of the Tampa Bay Lightning after Stamkos scored a second period goal against Team Staal in the 58th NHL All-Star Game at RBC Center on January 30, 2011 in Raleigh, North Carolina.  (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)
ORG XMIT: 108193624 RALEIGH, NC - JANUARY 30: Team Lidstrom players Steven Stamkos #91 of the Tampa Bay Lightning celebrates with Martin St. Louis #26 of the Tampa Bay Lightning after Stamkos scored a second period goal against Team Staal in the 58th NHL All-Star Game at RBC Center on January 30, 2011 in Raleigh, North Carolina. (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)
Published January 10 2018
Updated January 10 2018

If you're looking for tickets to this month's NHL All Star Game in Tampa, the best bet is to look on the secondary market.

That's because tickets for the Jan. 28 All-Star Game and skills competition the night before are both sold out. There are no more tickets available for the general public or Lightning season ticket members.

(RELATED: Where do Lightning hat trick hats go?)

There will still be a lot of free events open to fans throughout the weekend, including a concert at Curtis Hixon Park Jan. 26 by Fitz and the Tantrums.

The NHL All Star Game rosters will be announced today at noon. Lightning captain Steven Stamkos and coach Jon Cooper are already representing the Atlantic Division, with Nikita Kucherov, Andrei Vasilevskiy and possibly Victor Hedman joining them.

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