Scott blasted Nashville's defenceman in an ESPN feature, saying the flamboyant Subban thinks he's better than everybody.
As John Scott showed us last year, All-Star Games can deliver from time to time.
Scott officially hung up his skates Wednesday. In an insightful piece for the Players' Tribune, he chronicles his career as an enforcer, his memorable ASG experience, and life as a father.
We got an All-Star event that was—dare I say it—actually good. Like, legitimately entertaining. Thanks, John Scott.
The NHL didn't want John Scott in the All-Star Game, but he made it a night no hockey fan will ever forget.
John Scott had himself a helluva weekend.
P.K. Subban and Brent Burns put on good shows. But we have some ideas as to how the NHL Skills Competition could have been even better.
Someone at the NHL with too much power and not enough vision sabotaged Scott's life in extremely vile fashion. The league offices need a cleansing.
Before John Scott, there was Chris Nilan and a long list of players who were probably just as surprised as anyone to learn they were named to an All-Star Game.
The John Scott All-Star Game story started off bad and has been steadily getting worse along the way. There's no happy ending here.