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Otters Alumni Connor McDavid and Ryan O’Reilly participate in NHL All-Star Weekend

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A total of 14 OHL graduates participated at the 2020 NHL All-Star Weekend in St. Louis, Missouri.

The OHL alumni span four different rosters, representing their respective NHL divisions in the weekend festivities that began on Friday night with the NHL All-Star Skills Competition followed by Saturday night’s 3-on-3 tournament.

OHL Graduates on NHL All-Star Rosters:

Atlantic Division (2): Tyler Bertuzzi (Detroit Red Wings/Guelph Storm), Mitch Marner (Toronto Maple Leafs/London Knights)

Metropolitan Division (2): John Carlson (Washington Capitals/London Knights), Travis Konecny (Philadelphia Flyers/Sarnia Sting)

Central Division (7): Jordan Binnington (St. Louis Blues/Owen Sound Attack), Patrick Kane (Chicago Blackhawks/London Knights), Alex Pietrangelo (St. Louis Blues/Barrie Colts), Ryan O’Reilly (St. Louis Blues/Erie Otters), Mark Scheifele (Winnipeg Jets/Barrie Colts), Tyler Seguin (Dallas Stars/Plymouth Whalers), Eric Staal (Minnesota Wild/Peterborough Petes)

Pacific Division (3): Mark Giordano (Calgary Flames/Owen Sound Attack), Connor McDavid (Edmonton Oilers/Erie Otters), Matthew Tkachuk (Calgary Flames/London Knights)

Results – NHL All-Star Game

Three OHL grads were crowned NHL All-Star Game champions with the Pacific Division as they defeated the Central Division 10-5 in the semi-final before topping the Atlantic Division 5-4 in the Championship game.

OHL graduate and NHL legend Wayne Gretzky served as a coach on the Pacific Division bench, guiding OHL alumni in Mark Giordano, Connor McDavid and Matthew Tkachuk to victory.

Results – NHL All-Star Skills Competition

Fastest Skater:
2. Connor McDavid (Edmonton Oilers/Erie Otters) – 13.215 seconds

7. Travis Konecny (Philadelphia Flyers/ Sarnia Sting) – 14.113 seconds

Shooting Accuracy:
4. Alex Pietrangelo (St. Louis Blues/Barrie Colts) – 13.763 seconds
5. Tyler Bertuzzi (Detroit Red Wings/Guelph Storm) – 13.868 seconds
6. Mark Scheifele (Winnipeg Jets/Barrie Colts) – 15.161 seconds

Hardest Shot:
2. John Carlson (Washington Capitals/London Knights) – 104.5 mph
4. Mark Giordano (Calgary Flames/Owen Sound Attack) – 102.1 mph

Shooting Stars:
1. Patrick Kane (Chicago Blackhawks/London Knights) – 22 points
2. Mitch Marner (Toronto Maple Leafs/London Knights) – 22 points
3. Matthew Tkachuk (Calgary Flames/London Knights) – 20 points
T-6. Ryan O’Reilly (St. Louis Blues/Erie Otters) – 14 points
T-6. Tyler Seguin (Dallas Stars/Plymouth Whalers) – 14 points

Save Streak:
1. Jordan Binnington (St. Louis Blues/Owen Sound Attack) – 10

 

For full coverage of the 2020 NHL All-Star Weekend, visit nhl.com.

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