NHL All-Star Weekend is upon us. The pond-hockey format features the most skilled players in the league showing off their stuff.
Oh, and John Scott too.
Scott and his fan-voted satirical spot aside, you won't find any duds on the All-Star teams at the three-on-three pond-hockey tournament featuring squads from the league's four divisions: the Atlantic, Metropolitan, Pacific and Central.
But there are plenty of duds to pick from for this collection of players—the anti-All-Stars. These are NHLers who have performed so poorly up to the All-Star Break they should be forced to vacation in Siberia over the next few days rather than some hot beach in the tropics.
These guys are hopeless, having the worst seasons of their careers or just performing well below the expectations placed on them based on their salaries. We could only pick six, but there are plenty of options—maybe even more than the long list of potential All-Stars to choose from for the forthcoming official events, so feel free to list your own in the comments section below.
In the meantime, enjoy watching Scott in the skills competition.