Skip to main content
The Official Site of the Ottawa Senators

Senators News

Bulletin: Team Red Wins Sens Skills presented by Bell

by Staff Writer / Ottawa Senators
OTTAWA –The Sens Skills presented by Bell was held at Scotiabank Place on Sunday, Jan. 18. This year, $100,000 was donated by Bell and the Ottawa Senators to the Easter Seals of Ottawa and the Sens Foundation through the NHLPA's Goals & Dreams Fund by the hosting of Sens Skills. Sunday’s attendance was 13,450.

The following are the results from the event:

Ottawa Citizen Puck Control Relay - Race 1 (Team): Black
Ottawa Citizen Puck Control Relay - Race 2 (Individual): Nick Foligno (Red)
Esso Fastest Skater (Individual): Antoine Vermette – 13.59 sec. (Red)
Esso Fastest Skater (Team average): 14.01 sec. (Red)
Canadian Tire Hardest Shot (Individual): Christoph Schubert – 101,5 MPH (Black)
Canadian Tire Hardest Shot (Team average): 96.43 MPH (Black)
Danone Accuracy Shooting (Individual): Antoine Vermette 4-for-5 (Red)
Danone Accuracy Shooting (Team average): 10 for 20 - 50 per cent (Black)
Juniper Networks Power-play Challenge: 4-2 (Red)
Scotiabank shootout: 4-2 (Red)

FINAL SCORE (including minor hockey results):
Team Red: 15
Team Black: 10

Team Red: Alex Auld, Chris Phillips, Brendan Bell, Mike Fisher, Dany Heatley, Filip Kuba, Jesse Winchester, Antoine Vermette, Brian Lee, Nick Foligno, Jarkko Ruutu, Greg Carvel (coach), Tim Pattyson (assistant coach)
Minor hockey players: Vincent Bouchard, Nicholas Brunt, Thomas Fingler, Seth Hilkes, Frederick Laporte, Ethan MacLean, Jack Seymour, Luigi Touchette

Team Black:
Brian Elliott, Christoph Schubert, Shean Donovan, Daniel Alfredsson, Jason Spezza, Jason Smith, Chris Kelly, Anton Volchenkov, Chris Neil, Dean McAmmond, Alexandre Picard, Curtis Hunt (coach), Adam Douglas (assistant coach)
Minor hockey players: Hayden Burnett, Michael Cheng, Shawn Corcoran, Alexandre Gagnon, Shane Rankin, Adam Rhyndress, Connor Riddell, Philippe Taillon
- end -

View More