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By The Numbers: Pacioretty's All-Star Performance

By The Numbers is presented by Bridgestone

by Gordon Weigers @GoldenKnights / VegasGoldenKnights.com

Vegas Golden Knights forward Max Pacioretty participated in the NHL All-Star Weekend for the first time in his career Jan. 24-25. The lone representative from the Golden Knights helped the Pacific Division win the 3-on-3 tournament with wins against the Central and Atlantic Divisions.

The weekend was filled with special moments shared between Pacioretty, his family and his temporary teammates that rounded out a one-of-a-kind experience for the first-time All-Star.

1- The VGK forward scored one goal during Saturday's competition.

1- Just one other player in the All-Star Game, Montreal's Shea Weber, had been a teammate of Pacioretty's in the NHL.

2- Pacioretty had two assists during Team Pacific's win against the Central.

2- Two of Pacioretty's sons, Enzo and Max, joined him on the ice during the All-Star Skills event Friday night.

3- He was the third Golden Knight to be named an All-Star since the team's inception in 2017 (Marc-Andre Fleury, James Neal).

3- Three also represents the three players on the Vegas roster who have skated in the NHL All-Star game. Pacioretty joined Fleury (2011, 2015, 2018, 2019) and Paul Stastny (2011) in that club.

12- Pacioretty's first All-Star selection came in his 12th NHL season.

15- The Pacific Division combined for 15 goals.

21- He's the Golden Knights' team-leader in goals with 21 in 52 games.

47- Pacioretty leads Vegas in overall scoring with 47 points.

1,000,000- Team Pacific received $1 million for winning the All-Star Game. Pacioretty will get a portion of that total.

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