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RESULTS: Oilers Skills Competition

Read the results or watch highlights of the Oilers Skills Competition

Saturday, 25.01.2014 / 5:37 PM / Blogs
By Marc Ciampa  - edmontonoilers.com
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RESULTS: Oilers Skills Competition
Read live updates (or watch online) the Edmonton Oilers Skills Competition

Team Blue defeated Team White by a score of 26-17 at the Oilers Skills Competition presented by Rogers. See the results below.

Team Blue:

Scrivens, Belov, Marincin, J.Schultz, Joensuu, Hall, Yakupov, Gagner, Arcobello, Gazdic, Smyth

Team White:

Bryzgalov, Larsen, Petry, N.Schultz, Potter, Eberle, Nugent-Hopkins, Perron, Gordon, Hendricks, Jones

PUCK CONTROL RELAY


VIDEOS

Race 1

Team Blue - Hall, Joensuu, Arcobello
Team White - Eberle, Perron, Larsen
  • Team White gets a point for the kids winning their portion of the event. 
  • Arcobello narrowly edges out Larsen to get a point for Blue.
  • Blue 1, White 1
Race 2 (One on One)

Team Blue - J.Schultz
Team White - Nugent-Hopkins
  • In the individual portion, Justin Schultz wipes out which gives Nugent-Hopkins the win. 
  • White 2, Blue 1
FASTEST SKATER


VIDEOS

Team Blue:

Yakupov (14.976)
Marincin (14.133)
Hall (13.986)

Team White:

Jones (14.383)
Larsen (14.555)
Eberle (14.862)
  • For the kids portion of the event, Carter Maki had 17.322 seconds for Team Blue; Marcus McEachern for Team White had 18.578 seconds. White 2, Blue 2
  • Taylor Hall wins the event with a 13.986 time.
  • Team Blue gets a point for the best average time (14.365) and a point for Hall winning.
  • Blue 4, White 2
HARDEST SHOT


VIDEOS

Team Blue:

Belov (99.6 mph)
Gazdic (100.8 mph)
Joensuu (93.4 mph)
Yakupov (98.6 mph)

Team White:

N.Schultz (97.8 mph)
Potter (96.7 mph)
Petry (98.2 mph)
Hendricks (97.1 mph)
  • For the kids portion of the event, Team Blue had the best average, making it Blue 5, White 2
  • Blue had the highest average and also the hardest individual shot in Gazdic, giving Blue two more points.
  • Blue 7, White 2
SHOOTING ACCURACY


VIDEOS

Team Blue:

Smyth (4-for-4)
Gagner (3-for-8)
Arcobello (3-for-8)

Team White:

Gordon (3-for-8)
Perron (4-for-5)
Nugent-Hopkins (3-for-8)
  • For the kids portion of the event, Blue won to make it 8-2. Blue 8, White 2
  • Team Blue picked up two points for most targets in fewest attempts and for the individual winner in Ryan Smyth.
  • Blue 10, White 2
3-ON-1


VIDEOS

ROUND 1

Team Blue (vs. Bryzgalov/N.Schultz)

Gagner
Smyth
Hall

Team White (vs. Scrivens/J.Schultz)

Gordon
Nugent-Hopkins
Petry
  • For Blue, Hall scored twice and Ryan Smyth scored once. Blue 13, White 2
  • For White, Petry scored twice and Nugent-Hopkins scored once. Blue 13, White 5
ROUND 2

Team Blue (vs. Bryzgalov/N.Schultz)

Gazdic
Arcobello
Yakuopov

Team White (vs. Scrivens/Marincin)

Jones
Perron
Hendricks
  • For Blue, Gazdic scored once, Arcobello scored once. Blue 15, White 5
  • For White, Hendricks scored, Perron scored and Jones scored. Blue 15, White 8
KING OF THE SHOOTOUT



VIDEOS:

GROUP 1

Team Blue:

Belov (shot high)
Marincin (scored)
J.Schultz (scored)

Team White:

Larsen (scored)
Petry (saved)
N.Schultz (saved)

GROUP 2

Team Blue:

Joensuu (saved)
Hall (poke-checked away)
Yakupov (saved)

Team White:

Potter (saved)
Eberle (saved)
Nugent-Hopkins (saved)

GROUP 3

Team Blue:

Gagner (rang off post)
Arcobello (poke-checked away)
Gazdic (scored)

Team White:

Perron (missed net)
Gordon (saved)
Hendricks (missed net)

SUDDEN DEATH ROUND

Marincin (saved)
J.Schultz (hit post)
Larsen (saved)
Gazdic (saved)

Marincin (scored)
J. Schultz (saved)
Larsen (saved)
Gazdic (saved)
  • Martin Marincin wins King of the Shootout
  • Blue 20, White 9
3 ON 3 CHALLENGE



VIDEOS:

  • Bryzgalov joined Team White in the Blue zone to try and create a four-on-three.
  • White had eight goals and Blue had six in the final event.
  • Near the end, Jones did a Yakupov-style celebration after scoring.
  • Blue 26, White 17
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