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NHL shop runs out of John Scott All-Star shirts

All-Star captain John Scott chats with Pierre McGuire about about the roaring welcome he got when he was introduced and talks about how commissioner Gary Bettman put his mind at ease and made him feel welcome.

Thirty dollars is a small price to pay to own a John Scott All-Star shirt -- actually, it was apparently too small a price to pay.

The NHL shop has run out of John Scott All-Star shirts, as Puck Daddy discovered.

To provide some context for that, shirts featuring Patrick Kane -- who has 73 points to Scott’s one this season -- are still available, albeit in limited quantities.

In a way it’s not really surprising as Scott certainly stands out from the crowd. The enforcer is far from the type of player you would expect to see participating in the All-Star Game. He got in because of the fan vote though and has an underdog quality to him, especially after Arizona traded him to Montreal and he was subsequently relegated to the minors.

If nothing else, his presence provides spice to the event and is a novelty that it seems some people would like to commemorate with a memento.

Related: Latest awkward facet of John Scott to 2016 All-Star Game: What he’ll wear