Columbus Blue Jackets star Ryan Johansen may have been voted the 2015 NHL All-Star Game MVP, but Team Foligno coach Chris Sutter—the son of Los Angeles Kings coach Darryl Sutter—stole the show at Nationwide Arena on Sunday.
As Rich Hammond of the Kings' official website wrote in 2012, Chris was born with Trisomy 21, a form of Down syndrome. With his father coaching Team Foligno, Chris was right there on the bench to help out.
Chris was active during the game and did his best to coach up the All-Stars. After Bobby Ryan netted a goal, Coach Chris was there to congratulate his player.
Unfortunately for Team Foligno, Team Toews pulled out a 17-12 victory.
[NHL.com, h/t CBS Sports]