John Scott, the captain of the Pacific Division team at the 2016 NHL All-Star game, revealed on Thursday how the league tried to talk him out of playing in the game. It was not pretty.
Even after his trade and demotion to the American Hockey League, John Scott will still be allowed to play in the 2016 NHL All-Star Game and will captain the Pacific Division team.
According to a report, the NHL is expected to make changes to its voting format after Arizona Coyotes enforcer John Scott ended up winning the fan vote for the NHL All-Star Game this year.
John Scott wants you to vote for his Arizona Coyotes teammates and not him for the 2016 All-Star game in Nashville.
Jaromir Jagr appreciates you voting for him for the All-Star Game, but he says the new format could kill him. So maybe don't vote for him...
Sabres forward Zemgus Girgensons doesn't want his fellow Latvians to stuff the ballot box for him again this year to get into the NHL All-Star Game, so he took his plea to Twitter.
John Scott, NHL All-Star? The Arizona Coyotes enforcer could get elected captain of the Pacific Division if the fan-driven initiative to vote him into the All-Star Game succeeds.

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