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never supposed to land in the all-star game. he was an enforcer, a so-called goon, hired for his muscles not his hockey skills. >> i'm not a normal all-star. i'm moreave grinder in and out of the lineup, kind of a fourth line guy and i obviously fight and i do pretty well at that. >> reporter: pat iverson covers the nhl. you wrote that john scott is bad. if he's so bad how did he end up as captain of the pacific team at the all-stars? . >> well the nhl left the fan vote up to the internet. why don't we pick the worst player we can possibly think of. and that happened to be john scott. >> reporter: the nhl wanted hockey stars, not brawlers. in fact, the league is trying to distance the game from the fights on ice. they and his team, the arizona coyotes, asked scott to bow out. he refused, and thinks he was punished. >> my g.m. kind of pulled me aside at the rink said, "hey, john, i got some bad news.
so it came as kind of a shock. >> reporter: trade and then immediately sent to the minors in newfoundland. that meant scott was no longer eli didn't believe to play in the all-stars. how did the fans react to the john scott trade? >> it was-- it was swift and very-- very angry. his wife is pregnant with twins, and the little guy getting kind of shoved around by the big wigs of the league. >> reporter: so the nhl backtracked, invited scott back to the position the fans had put him in. he'll play, and perhaps even win. that would mean he would take home more than $90,000 in prize money. that might come in handy, now that his major league career is in jeopardy. >> if this is it, i can kind of maybe step away from hockey. i have a degree in engineering. >> that's a train. where did that come from? >> reporter: for now, the unlikely all-star is focused on enjoying his farfetched moment in the spotlight. >> it's kind of weird that i'm here, and definitely kind of an anomaly. >> reporter: maybe, but
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the time to sit pretty in a kingdom of his own design. here's jamie yuccas. >> reporter: piece by piece, day and night, this colorful mountain is molded into a masterpiece. it is manmade, using icicles, nearly a quarter million of them. >> i've got to be one of the luckiest guys in the world, really. >> reporter: it began as a hobby for brent christensen seven years ago. >> the kid and i would go out and build igloos and ice rinks and i just was fortunate enough to stumble upon the idea use using icicles and spraying water as a way to build these structures. >> reporter: from his backyard to a now $million-dollar business. they are creating parks in minnesota, and new hampshire. warm weather forced a late start in new hampshire. his team of 20 artisans worked 14-hour days spraying five million gallons of water in
degrees. it opened last weekend and offers chills and thrills for all ages. >> we've got slides. we've got mazes made out of ice and slot canyons and crawl tubes. >> reporter: this park is open day and night with the help of thousands of embedded l.e.d. light. >> they get gfrom a light to a blue to a green, and then we even have them synchronized to music. >> reporter: work continues on the sculptures throughout the season. some will grow to as high as 40 feet. >> to actually share it with other people and also make a living from it is-- i can't think of anybody i'd want to trade places with. it's really amazing. >> reporter: he's the king of ice castles, even if his reign only lasts as long as nature allows. jamie yuccas, cbs news. >> axelrod: and that's the cbs evening news for tonight. later on cbs, "48 hours." for now i'm jim axelrod in new york.