Two Winnipeg Jets found themselves at this year’s NHL skills competition as Mark Scheifele shot in the accuracy competition and Connor Hellebuyck was in the save streak contest.
Scheifele was able to hit the five targets in the accuracy contest in 15.16 seconds coming sixth of the eight shooters. There was a surprise winner this year as Carolina Hurricanes D Jaccob Slavin hit all the targets in 9.505 seconds.
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Connor Hellebuyck, meanwhile, took part in the save streak competition in which nine skaters came down the ice shooting on respective goalies to see who could stop the most in a row. Hellebuyck was able to stop four in a row, but not beat the bar of 10 set by St. Louis Blues G Jordan Binnington.
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