The lone member of the Detroit Red Wings at the NHL all-star weekend was Tyler Bertuzzi who took part in the accuracy shooting competition Friday night.
The winger was able to hit all the targets in a solid 13.868 — which held as the record for some time, before ultimately losing.
Scheifele — 15.16
Bertuzzi — 13.868
Hischier — 19.55
Hertl — 17.161
Draisaitl — 10.257
Huberdeau — 13.704
Slavin — 9.505 (WINNER)
Pietrangelo — 13.763
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The winner was a certain surprise with Carolina Hurricanes D Jaccob Slavin cleaning up the competition in 9.505 seconds.
The competition this year saw shooting firing at a LED screen placed on the goalline which was the first time they did something like this. Each player shot from 25 feet away.
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