SUN Hockey Pool

Look what these guys can do!

STEVE MACFARLANE, SUN MEDIA

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BREAKAWAY RELAY

Every skater took part except D Jim Vandermeer, who is nearing a return from a broken ankle, and F Mikael Backlund.

Goaltender Curtis McElhinney faced every shooter, with G Miikka Kiprusoff sitting out for a second straight year.

Team Red got goals from two of its first three shooters -- RW Jarome Iginla and D Dion Phaneuf -- and later from C Dustin Boyd and D Robyn Regehr, who unleashed a slapper on his second attempt to beat McElhinney. Team White players to score were D Adrian Aucoin, LW Eric Nystrom, RW Andre Roy and D Mark Giordano.

PUCK-CONTROL RELAY

Michigan grads RW David Moss (Red) and LW Eric Nystrom (White) got off to a rocky start for their squads, but Moss' side (Mikael Backlund and Dustin Boyd) recovered to claim the team portion over Nystrom, Michael Cammalleri and Matthew Lombardi.

Making amends for losing the puck on a pylon earlier, Nystrom beat Boyd in a head-to-head duel to keep things between the sides tied.

FASTEST SKATER

One of the most anticipated events didn't disappoint in its competitiveness. No longer does C Matthew Lombardi rule the roost alone. He put in a good time (13.939) to take second place, but was bested by LW Curtis Glencross (13.542). LW Eric Nystrom was just behind Lombardi in third spot (13.969).

ACCURACY SHOOTING

LW Michael Cammalleri ran away with this event, hitting all four of his targets in just five shots for Team White.

RW Jarome Iginla used all his pucks to knock out the four bulls-eyes for Team Red, and Adam Pardy (White) also managed to clip the quartet.

HARDEST SHOT

Surprise, surprise, D Adrian Aucoin and his wooden stick strike again.

Actually, the real stunner was second place, which went to scrappy LW Andre Roy.

Roy slapped two shots over 100 m.p.h., with his best recorded at 101.8.

Aucoin blasted his first shot 102.2 m.p.h., and his second nearly as hard (102.1).

He reminded parents his wooden weapon is a bargain at just $30, compared the composites that fetch up to $300.

Final score

Team White 13 Team Red 10


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