No matter what happens throughout the rest of his career, John Scott will forever be known as an NHL All-Star Game MVP.
With his two goals during the league's first ever 3-on-3 tournament on Sunday and all-around great performance throughout the All-Star weekend, Scott was voted by fans as the MVP of the game after his Pacific Division picked up a 1-0 win in the tournament's championship game over the Atlantic Division.
Scott, an enforcer that has only scored five goals in his NHL career, was in the game because won the NHL's fan vote to be captain of the Pacific Division team. Even though the entire saga had its share of critics and there was some doubt that he wouldn't even be eligible due to a trade two weeks before the game, and even though he isn't your traditional "All-Star" kind of player, Scott was most certainly the star of the weekend.
After the final game came to a close Scott's teammates lifted him up on their shoulders at center ice.
As MVP of the game Scott won a 2016 Honda Pilot, while he also takes home $90,000 in cash for being a part of the winning team.
The Pacific Division took home the All-Star crown in the first-ever 3-on-3 tournament.