It didn't take Sharks center Tomas Hertl long to get on the board in the 2020 NHL All-Star Game on Saturday night.

Midway through the first period of the Western Conference matchup, Hertl gave the Pacific Division a 3-0 lead over the Central Division with a breakaway goal.

Hertl took the outlet pass from Kings center Anze Kopitar and beat Blues goalie Jordan Binnington over his left shoulder.

But Hertl wasn't done. Not by a longshot, as he added three more goals to help the Pacific advance to the All-Star Game Final with a 10-5 win over the Central Division.

Hertl earned his first All-Star appearance as a replacement for captain Logan Couture, who fractured his ankle in early January.

In 46 games for the Sharks this season, Hertl has 15 goals and 20 assists.