Flyers’ Giroux wins NHL All-Star Most Valuable Player award | Sports

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LAS VEGAS — Philadelphia captain Claude Giroux scored three goals and the Metropolitan Division beat the Central Division 5-3 on Saturday in the final 3-on-3 game to win the NHL All-Star Game.

New Jersey’s Jack Hughes, at 20 the youngest All-Star, also scored three goals for the Metropolitan team.

Giroux, 34, scored two goals in the final and another in the semi-final.

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