The East won the lighthearted All-Star skills challenge, 29-12, so the Atlantic and Metropolitan divisions will play each other in the first of Sunday's 20-minute, three-on-three games. The Pacific and Central will play the second game; the winners will meet in the finale. Montreal's P.K. Subban won the breakaway challenge in a fan vote after he wore Jaromir Jagr's jersey and a mullet wig, and Detroit's Dylan Larkin won the fastest skater challenge, completing a lap in an All-Star-record 12.984 seconds. Hometown favorite Shea Weber won the hardest shot contest at 108.1 mph. for the West. San Jose's Brent Burns took a shot while wearing a Chewbacca mask and shared the ice with his son — who did a post-goal dance — and the son of teammate Joe Pavelski….Enforcer John Scott, who declined the NHL's request to withdraw after fans voted him the Pacific captain, got a stick-tapping ovation from players and fans during the hardest shot challenge. He wore an NHL jersey instead of a team jersey; he played for Arizona when he was chosen but was traded to Montreal and sent to the minor leagues.