COLUMBUS -- All goalies arrive at All-Star Weekend ready to look bad.
But Marc-Andre Fleury didn't know quite how bad he would look.
The Pittsburgh Penguins goalie allowed seven goals in 20 minutes of work in the second period of the 2015 Honda NHL All-Star Game on Sunday, playing a key part in the Team Toews and Team Foligno combining to score an All-Star record 11 goals in the period.
"In the dressing room after the second period I heard on TV that seven goals [allowed] in a period was a record," Fleury said. "It was long, the longest 20 minutes of my career. We're at the game to have fun, but that was starting to get frustrating. Normally I would get pulled long before giving up seven goals. I gave up six goals after only 10 minutes, I was afraid I'd wind up allowing 12."