John Scott scores first goal since NHL All-Star Game (Video)

St. John’s IceCaps forward John Scott scored his first goal of his 2015-16 professional hockey season.

The big enforcer pushed a power play goal past Syracuse Crunch goaltender Kristers Gudlevskis in a 3-2 St. John’s win Wednesday.

The game was the 33-year-old Scott’s seventh of the year in the AHL, and his third since winning the NHL All-Star Game MVP in Nashville. Above is a video of Scott’s goal.

Scott was selected to the Pacific Division All-Star team through a viral internet fan vote. After he was voted into the All-Star Game, he was traded from the Arizona Coyotes to the Montreal Canadiens. He hasn’t played in the NHL since.

The big enforcer had one assist in 11 games with the Coyotes this season. He had three goals in 38 games with the San Jose Sharks last season and his last professional goal came on April 1, 2015 in a game against the Colorado Avalanche.

Scott has been on quite a run since he scored two goals at the Jan. 31 All-Star Game in Nashville. There has been talk about a movie on Scott, and his wife recently gave birth to twin girls. When he returned to the AHL after the game, he was showered with 'MVP' chants. 

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