January 29, 2017
Wayne Simmonds’ return to Los Angeles was a productive one. In his first career NHL All-Star Game, the 28-year-old Flyers winger scored three goals over two games (including the eventual game-winner) as he helped the Metropolitan Division win the four-team tournament.
For his efforts, Simmonds was named MVP of the game and even won a new car:
On a team with Sidney Crosby and Alexander Ovechkin, it was Simmonds who took home the top honor. He and the rest of the Flyers will continue with the season Tuesday night in Carolina.
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