Complete 2018 NHL All-Star Skills Competition results, reaction

P.K. Subban added some flare to his attempt after he chucks his glove at Henrik Lundqvist during the save competition.

The 2018 NHL All-Star Skills Competition festivities took place at Amalie Arena in Tampa Bay, Fla., Saturday night with this year’s event focusing more on individual players and the skills they possess rather than the all-star teams they’ll represent in Sunday’s all-star games.

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

Boeser, Boyle impress in accuracy shooting

Brian Boyle (New Jersey Devils) – 11.626 seconds

Blake Wheeler (Winnipeg Jets) – 22.531 seconds

James Neal (Vegas Golden Knights) – 14.626 seconds

Brock Boeser (Vancouver Canucks) – 11.136 seconds

Brad Marchand (Boston Bruins) – 44.692 seconds

Anze Kopitar (Los Angeles Kings) – 50.844 seconds

Sidney Crosby (Pittsburgh Penguins) – 15.851 seconds

Steven Stamkos (Tampa Bay Lightning) – 21.923 seconds

The Great 8 wins hardest shot

He didn’t have a 150-flex stick like Zdeno Chara, nor was he able to channel energy from a skullet the way former hardest shot king Al Iafrate used to, but Washington Capitals superstar Alex Ovechkin was the only player to break the 100 mph barrier.

John Klingberg (Dallas Stars) – 96.6 mph, 97.6 mph

Alex Ovechkin (Washington Capitals) – 98.8 mph, 101.3 mph

P.K. Subban (Nashville Predators) – 95.5 mph, 98.7 mph

Brent Burns (San Jose Sharks) – 88 mph, 92.4 mph

Steven Stamkos (Tampa Bay Lightning) – 95.2 mph, 95.9 mph

Johnny Hockey? More like Johnny Puck Control!

Johnny Gaudreau (Calgary Flames) – 24.650 seconds

Aleksander Barkov (Florida Panthers) – 33.233 seconds

Erik Karlsson (Ottawa Senators) – 37.417 seconds

John Tavares (New York Islanders) – 28.242 seconds

Connor McDavid (Edmonton Oilers) – 29.220 seconds

Auston Matthews (Toronto Maple Leafs) – 44.344 seconds

Tyler Seguin (Dallas Stars) – 39.078 seconds

Patrick Kane (Chicago Blackhawks) – 32.792

Fleury edges Rinne for longest save streak

Henrik Lundqvist (New York Rangers) vs. Central Division – Longest save streak: 5

Connor Hellebuyck (Winnipeg Jets) vs. Pacific Division – Longest save streak: 3

Pekka Rinne (Nashville Predators) vs. Metropolitan Division – Longest save streak: 13

Marc-Andre Fleury (Vegas Golden Knights) vs. Atlantic Division – Longest save streak: 14

Andrei Vasilevskiy (Tampa Bay Lightning) vs. Central Division – Longest save streak: 3

Pietrangelo crushes competition to win the NHL Passing Challenge

This was one of two new events this year and, as you can see from this description diagram below, it had a high degree of difficulty and caused some players *cough* Drew Doughty *cough* more trouble than others.

Nikita Kucherov (Tampa Bay Lightning) – 1:39.562

Claude Giroux (Philadelphia Flyers) – 1:07.419

Brayden Schenn (St. Louis Blues) – 1:05.951

Oliver Ekman-Larsson (Arizona Coyotes) – 1:04.530

Eric Staal (Minnesota Wild) – 54.679

Alex Pietrangelo (St. Louis Blues) – 46.610

Kris Letang (Pittsburgh Penguins) – 1:00.015

Drew Doughty (Los Angeles Kings) – 1:47.415

Shocker! McDavid wins fastest skater

Each skater did full lap around the rink one at a time, unlike last year when two skaters raced against one another. However, just like last year, McDavid was victorious again.

Brayden Point (Tampa Bay Lightning) – 13.579 seconds

Zach Werenski (Columbus Blue Jackets) – 14.250 seconds

Rickard Rakell (Anaheim Ducks) – 14.181 seconds

Noah Hanifin (Carolina Hurricanes) – 14.317

Josh Bailey (New York Islanders) – 14.413

Nathan MacKinnon (Colorado Avalanche) – 14.056

Jack Eichel (Buffalo Sabres) – 13.828

Connor McDavid (Edmonton Oilers) – 13.454

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