MONTREAL – Canadiens does not have a representative in the 2019 SAP NHL All-Star Skills ™ in San Jose, but here are a few candidates who would highlight the annual event preceding the All-Star game based on their performances in the Habs' own competition presented by RONA earlier in January.
Fastest Skater: Paul Byron
The Habs Wing has long been known for its incredible speed, and he showed it again this year when he joined the brilliant fast pace of 13.68 seconds on the Habs Skills Competition. This will put him in third place in San Jose after Connor McDavid (13,378s) and Jack Eichel (13,582s).
Video: Paul Byron wins the fastest 13.68-lap event
Worst shot: Shea Webber
Born in Sicamus, British Columbia, he won the hardest part of the Competitions Competition for the three-month races – 2015, 2016 and 2017 – with a personal best shot of 108.5 mph in 2015. A 103 mph rocket that would have won an NHL edition after John Carlson took it with a 102.8 mph blast. Jeff Petriein turn, frightened Webber when the shot gave him a speed of 102 km / h.
Video: Shea Weber wins the worst event with a 103mph blast