Team Black captian Daniel Alfredsson tries his hand at the hardest shot competition (Photo: Andre Ringuette Freestyle Photography OSHC)

SenSkills Recap: Alfie for GM?


 

When Daniel Alfredsson’s storied career on the ice finally comes to an end, maybe there is a GM job awaiting him.  His Team Black, featuring the likes of Jason Spezza and Erik Karlsson defeated Chris Phillips‘ Team Red, whose first picks were Nick Foligno and Matt Carkner

In the end, Team Black took the event, even beating Team Red at the event they were built to win.  Spezza took the hardest shot competition, clocking in at 103.8 MPH.  He was also the only player to go 4-for-4 in the accuracy shooting, helping his team gain a point there as well, as part of the team event.  Foligno justified his first round pick by taking the individual accuracy shooting event.

Colin Greening earned Team Red a point, and also proved that his win  last year was no fluke as he won the fastest skater competition.  He beat his time from last year’s event, which set the club record at the time.

Erik Condra was the last man standing in the elimination shootout, clinching the event for Alfie’s Team Black. It was the first win for Alfie in the head to head battle with Team Phillips in 4 years.

In the end, the event was a fun afternoon and raised $75,000 that will go towards building outdoor rinks in the community.

The Sens get back to work for real on Friday night when they host the Calgary Flames.

 

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