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Radim Vrbata opens NHL All-Star Game scoring with breakaway goal

A breakaway goal in the All-Star Game? You don't say!

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NHL All-Star Games are known for a distinct lack of defensive awareness or backchecking, so it's only fitting that the first goal of the 2015 NHL All-Star Game came off a clean breakaway.

It took about two minutes before Canucks winger Radim Vrbata scored on Florida's Roberto Luongo, giving Team Foligno a 1-0 lead.

Come on, Lou. It's like you're not even trying!