Players on the winning NHL All-Star team will split $1 million in a winner-take-all format.
The league released details of the All-Star weekend in Los Angeles Jan 28-29.
The division that wins the Saturday skills competition gets to pick its opponent for the Sunday 3-on-3 competition at Staples Center. The two semifinal winners meet in the $1 million showdown.
The Wild has goalie Devan Dubnyk, defenseman Ryan Suter and coach Bruce Boudreau on the Central Division team, which will compete with the Pacific, Atlantic and Metropolitan Divisions.
Each team has 11 players, who were named on Tuesday.
Central Division: Goalies Devan Dubnyk, Wild, Corey Crawford, Chicago; defensemen Ryan Suter, Wild, Duncan Keith, Chicago, P.K. Subban, Nashville; forwards Patrick Kane and Jonathan Toews, Chicago, Patrik Laine, Winnipeg, Nathan MacKinnon, Colorado, Tyler Seguin, Dallas, Vladimir Tarasenko, St. Louis.
Atlantic Division: Goalies Carey Price, Montreal, Tuukka Rask, Boston; defensemen Victor Hedman, Tampa Bay, Erik Karlsson, Ottawa, Shea Weber, Montreal; forwards Nikita Kucherov, Tampa Bay, Brad Marchand, Boston, Auston Matthews, Toronto, Frans Nielsen, Detroit, Vincent Trocheck, Florida, Kyle Okposo, Buffalo.
Metropolitan Division: Goalies Sergei Bobrovsky, Columbus, Braden Holtby, Washington; defensemen Seth Jones, Columbus, Justin Faulk, Carolina, Ryan McDonagh, N.Y. Rangers; forwards Taylor Hall, New Jersey, Alex Ovechkin, Washington, Wayne Simmonds, Philadelphia, John Tavares, N.Y. Islanders, Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin, Pittsburgh.
Pacific Division: Goalies Mike Smith, Arizona, Martin Jones, San Jose; defensemen Cam Fowler, Anaheim, Drew Doughty, Los Angeles, Brent Burns, San Jose; forwards Jeff Carter, Los Angeles, Johnny Gaudreau, Calgary, Bo Horvat, Vancouver, Ryan Kesler, Anaheim, Connor McDavid, Edmonton, Joe Pavelski, San Jose.
Coaches: Bruce Boudreau, Wild (Central); Michel Therrien, Montreal (Atlantic); John Tortorella, Columbus (Metropolitan); Peter DeBoer, San Jose (Pacific).