Calgary Flames fans know all about Johnny Gaudreau’s silky smooth hands and on Saturday, the rest of the NHL got a good look at them too.
Johnny Hockey made easy work of the puck control relay at the NHL All-Star Skills Competition in Tampa Bay, winning the new-look competition with a time of 24.650 seconds.
Gaudreau is the first Flames player to ever win this event.
Here are the final results from the event:
- 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 seconds
Here are the winners of the other events on Saturday:
- Fastest skater: Connor McDavid (Edmonton Oilers)
- Passing challenge: Alex Pietrangelo (St Louis Blues)
- Save streak: Marc-Andre Fleury (Vegas Golden Knights)
- Hardest shot: Alex Ovechkin (Washington Capitals)
- Accuracy shooting: Brock Boeser (Vancouver Canucks)
Gaudreau will participate in the three-on-three All-Star tournament on Sunday, playing with the Pacific Division team.