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Johnny Gaudreau And Pacific Division Drop Their Only Game At ASG

The Pacific got crushed in their only game of the day, 10-4.

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Another NHL All Star Weekend has come and gone with the Metropolitan Division winning the tournament format series with a 10-5 victory over the Central Division in the finals.

Johnny Gaudreau and the Pacific Division All Stars fell to Central Division team (first time in four years) in the opening round, eliminating them in their first and only game of the night. The Central pumped in 10 goals and took down the star studded Pacific crew 10-4. Not exactly the best showing for the boys from our neck of the woods, but Johnny Gaudreau had a decent showing. The Flames star forward would score his only goal of the contest at 4:47 of the second period to make the score......10-2. Yikes. Gaudreau would also finish second on the Pacific team in SOG with five (Burns lead the team with 6).

While the Pacific Division didn’t have the best showing, there was another feel good moment for Flames fans. Bill Peters invited Johnny Gaudreau’s father, Guy Gaudreau, to be an assistant coach on the Pacific bench.