Corey Perry scored the lone goal in an outstanding capper to the NHL's three-on-three tournament at the All-Star Game as Team Pacific defeated Team Atlantic by a score of 1-0. John Scott, with two goals in the first game, won the MVP award.
Luongo made a nice save off his mask and at the other end of the ice, Quick used his glove to knock the puck out of harm's way and keep the game scoreless. Shots were 7-4 for Atlantic four minutes in.
Late in the first period, Luongo made a nice save on Joe Pavelski who was right on the doorstep as the game remained tied 0-0.
After one, the game remained scoreless. Shots were 12-10 for Pacific.
The first goal of the game finally came 3:38 into the second period. Daniel Sedin fed the puck over to Corey Perry whose wrist shot beat Ben Bishop, putting Pacific ahead 1-0.
Gaudreau was denied on a breakaway with 4:30 to play. He then set up Doughty for a chance but Doughty was stopped on his backhand attempt.
Perry looked to have scored his second of the game with 2:53 to go on a nifty wrist shot, picking the top corner on Bishop. Hall provided the screen in front on the goal. The play went under review to see if Hall had interfered with Bishop and ultimately it was ruled that he did. Game remained 1-0.
Atlantic Division called a timeout with 1:23 to play. Shots were even at 16-16 and their goaltender was pulled.