Complete 2019 NHL All-Star Skills Competition results

The panel breaks down the 2019 NHL All Star Skills Competition, with each member noting a favourite moment from the festivities.

The 2019 NHL All-Star Skills Competition went on Friday night where some of the game’s brightest stars get a chance to cut loose a little, have fun with their peers and showcase their all-world talent in a series of competitions.

Below are the complete results from the six-event showcase.

McDavid wins third straight Fastest Skater event

Kendall Coyne (U.S. Women’s National Team) – 14.346 seconds

Miro Heiskanen (Dallas Stars) – 13.914 seconds

Clayton Keller (Arizona Coyotes) – 14.526 seconds

Elias Pettersson (Vancouver Canucks) – 13.930 seconds

Cam Atkinson (Columbus Blue Jackets) – 14.152 seconds

Jack Eichel (Buffalo Sabres) – 13.582 seconds

Mathew Barzal (New York Islanders) – 13.780 seconds

Connor McDavid (Edmonton Oilers) – 13.378 seconds

Bonus: Gritty beats S.J. Sharkie!

Gaudreau blows past field take Puck Control contest

Patrick Kane (Chicago Blackhawks) – 28.611 seconds

Elias Pettersson (Vancouver Canucks) – 43.622 seconds

Jeff Skinner (Buffalo Sabres) – 35.407 seconds

Mark Scheifele (Winnipeg Jets) 32.161 seconds

Gabriel Landeskog (Colorado Avalanche) – 33.425 seconds

Claude Giroux (Philadelphia Flyers) – 30.270 seconds

John Tavares (Toronto Maple Leafs) – 35.210 seconds

Johnny Gaudreau (Calgary Flames) – 27.045 seconds

King Henrik takes the crown for longest Save Streak

Pekka Rinne (Nashville Predators) vs. Pacific Division – Longest save streak: 2

Andrei Vasilevskiy (Tampa Bay Lightning) vs. Metropolitan Division – Longest save streak: 8

John Gibson (Anaheim Ducks) vs. Central Division – Longest save streak: 3

Braden Holtby (Washington Capitals) vs. Atlantic Division – Longest save streak: 1

Devan Dubnyk (Minnesota Wild) vs. Pacific Division – Longest save streak: 7

Jimmy Howard (Detroit Red Wings) vs. Metropolitan Division – Longest save streak: 2

Marc-Andre Fleury (Vegs Golden Knights) vs. Central Division – Longest save streak: 6

Henrik Lundqvist (New York Rangers) vs. Atlantic Division – Longest save streak: 12

Draisaitl easily takes Premiere Passer title

Erik Karlsson (San Jose Sharks) – 1:58.824

Mikko Rantanen (Colorado Avalanche) – 2:17.379

Sebastian Aho (Carolina Hurricanes) – 1:18.530

Ryan O’Reilly (St. Louis Blues) – 1:25.897

Thomas Chabot (Ottawa Senators) – 1:40.568

Leon Draisaitl (Edmonton Oilers) – 1:09.088

Roman Josi (Nashville Predators) – 1:47.128

Keith Yandle (Florida Panthers) – 1:34.611

Carlson needs just one attempt to prove he has the Hardest Shot

Seth Jones (Columbus Blue Jackets) – 99.4 m.p.h., 95.1 m.p.h.

John Carlson (Washington Capitals) – 102.8 m.p.h.

Steven Stamkos (Tampa Bay Lightning) – 96.2 m.p.h., 93.1 m.p.h.

Brent Burns (San Jose Sharks) – MISS, 100.6 m.p.h.

Pastrnak outpaces the field to win Accuracy Shooting

David Pastrnak (Boston Bruins) – 11.309 seconds

Kyle Palmieri (New Jersey Devils) – 20.209 seconds

Drew Doughty (Los Angeles Kings) – 13.591 seconds

Auston Matthews (Toronto Maple Leafs) – Patrick Marleau forever!

Blake Wheeler (Winnipeg Jets) – 18.585 seconds

Kris Letang (Pittsburgh Penguins) – 12.693 seconds

Nikita Kucherov (Tampa Bay Lightning) – 19.706 seconds

Joe Pavelski (San Jose Sharks) – 14.423 seconds

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