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Tavares scores record-tying 4, Team Toews beats Foligno 17-12 in highest-scoring All-Star game

  • Team Toews' John Tavares, left, of the New York Islanders celebrates his goal with teammates during the second period of the NHL All-Star hockey game in Columbus, Ohio, Sunday, Jan. 25, 2015. (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar)

    Team Toews' John Tavares, left, of the New York Islanders celebrates his goal with teammates during the second period of the NHL All-Star hockey game in Columbus, Ohio, Sunday, Jan. 25, 2015. (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar)  (The Associated Press)

  • Team Foligno goalie Marc-Andre Fleury of the Pittsburgh Penguins can't stop a shot by Team Toews' Rick Nash (61) of the New York Rangers during the second period of the NHL All-Star hockey game in Columbus, Ohio, Sunday, Jan. 25, 2015.(AP Photo/Bruce Bennett)

    Team Foligno goalie Marc-Andre Fleury of the Pittsburgh Penguins can't stop a shot by Team Toews' Rick Nash (61) of the New York Rangers during the second period of the NHL All-Star hockey game in Columbus, Ohio, Sunday, Jan. 25, 2015.(AP Photo/Bruce Bennett)  (The Associated Press)

  • Team Foligno goalie Marc-Andre Fleury of the Pittsburgh Penguins can't stop a shot by Team Toews' Filip Forsberg (9) of the Nashville Predators during the second period of the NHL All-Star hockey game in Columbus, Ohio, Sunday, Jan. 25, 2015.(AP Photo/Bruce Bennett)

    Team Foligno goalie Marc-Andre Fleury of the Pittsburgh Penguins can't stop a shot by Team Toews' Filip Forsberg (9) of the Nashville Predators during the second period of the NHL All-Star hockey game in Columbus, Ohio, Sunday, Jan. 25, 2015.(AP Photo/Bruce Bennett)  (The Associated Press)

John Tavares of the New York Islanders matched a record with four goals, and Team Toews beat Team Foligno 17-12 on Sunday night in the highest-scoring NHL All-Star game.

The wild, no-defense exhibition even featured a fake fight along with goals in bunches.

The 29 goals were the most in the event's 60-year history, eclipsing the 26-goal burst in North America's 14-12 victory over the World in 2001.

Ryan Johansen, of the hometown Columbus Blue Jackets, had two goals for the losing team but still won the MVP award in voting by fans on Twitter.

The NHL has determined the teams by a number of geographic and divisional setups over the 60 years. Just like on ponds around the globe, these lineups were determined by a player draft on Friday night.