The NHL All-Star Skills Competition took place on Saturday night in Nashville and hockey’s biggest stars (and John Scott) were on hand to flash their elite abilities and have some fun in the process. And, oh boy, did they have a whole lot of fun.
So much fun, in fact, that some of the fans who usually shout down meaningless All-Star events probably had to crack a smile and just enjoy the show. Here’s a rundown of some of the night’s coolest moments:
Patrick Kane got booed loudly (not a shock) during player introductions, and Scott seemed to highly enjoy it. For what it’s worth, Scott got one of the biggest ovations.
Montreal Canadiens defenseman P.K. Subban didn’t score on this shootout attempt but daaaaaamn.
Subban also paid tribute to ageless wonder Jaromir Jagr, who seemed to appreciate the gesture.
Obviously, Subban had to give the Jagr Salute. It helped him take home the shootout crown.