For those who aren’t NHL fans, the NHL All-Star game was last weekend. Usually, the teams are headlined by the NHL’s biggest stars such as Patrick Kane, Alex Ovechkin and Erik Karlsson. This year, though, the game was headlined by Montreal Canadiens forward John Scott.
Haven’t heard of Scott? Not surprising. Scott is a 6-foot-8, 260-pound left winger who has 11 career points in 285 games. Darryl Sittler almost had that many points in one game in 1976.
Scott is known for being an enforcer, as in the only thing he does well is fight. But despite that, this year the fans decided to elect the big man to the All-Star Game, where he captained the Pacific Division team to victory, even scoring twice. So in honor of this, let’s take a look at who would be the “John Scott” MLB All-Stars.