Metropolitan Division Caps off All-Star Weekend by Taking Home the Championship
After an entertaining Friday night featuring the Skills Competition, Sin City hosted last night’s All-Star game, where the 3-on-3 tournament saw the Metropolitan Division come out on top to take home the $1 million prize. They took down the Pacific Division (6-4) in the semifinals, and then defeated the Central Division (5-3) in the championship game.
20-year old Devils center Jack Hughes made a splash in his first All-Star appearance, tallying three goals and an assist over the course of the two games. But it was seven-time All-Star Claude Giroux who was named All-Star MVP, as he registered three goals and an assist himself, including two goals in the championship game.
The NHL season picks up again tomorrow, as there will be no Olympic break this year due to the league having to make up 104 total games that have been postponed this year due to COVID.
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