Minnesota coach Bruce Boudreau started the first part of the All-Star Game with four Blackhawks on the ice: Jonathan Toews, Patrick Kane, Duncan Keith and Corey Crawford.
After 20 minutes of hockey, Boudreau and the rest of his Central Division roster were done for the weekend.
Toews scored the first goal for the Central, which lost 10-3.
PK Subban and Vladimir Tarasenko scored the other two goals for the Central.
Crawford and Devan Dubnyk had the same ugly stat line: 10:00 played, 11 shots against, five goals allowed, .545 save percentage.
Every player on the Pacific roster had a goal and an assist in the rout.