Hockey’s All-Stars met in Montreal for a wild weekend of skills contests, an All-Star Game, and cheap bed dances at the lewdest strip clubs in all of North America. Unfortunately, the last part wasn’t televised, so I’ve only got the clip of the shootout that ended the All-Star Game. The East ended up winning 12-11 after Alex Ovechkin sneaked the puck past Tim Thomas, who I could have sworn played in the NBA. (EDIT: Luongo, not Thomas. Apparently I wasn’t paying attention to the clip. Shocking, I know)
Hometown Canadiens star Alex Kovalev took MVP honors, scoring twice during the game and once more during the shootout. Twenty-seven other players also notched a point in the game, marking the first time that I’ve known how many players got a point in an NHL All-Star Game.