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Skills Competition Raises $34,446 For Foundation

by Staff Writer / Minnesota Wild

Wild TV: Recap
Andrew Brunette steals the show when interviewing his teammates.

Wild TV: Shootout
Shane Hnidy was crowned 'King of the Shootout' but Team Green clinched the win in the shootout

Wild TV: Slapshot
Cal Clutterbuck fired a shot 99 mph to be named the hardest slapshot

Wild TV: Accuracy
Kim Johnsson pegs 4 targets in five shots to win the accuracy contest

Wild TV: Puck Control
Team Green takes the early lead by winning the puck control relay

Wild TV: Rapid Fire
Marty Havlat shows his scoring touch by winning the rapid fire contest

PONDcast: Skills Competition

Photo Gallery: Skills Competition

The Minnesota Wild announced today that fans at the team’s Skills Competition event held on Sunday, Jan. 24 at Xcel Energy Center helped raise $34,446 for the Minnesota Wild Foundation.

The 2010 Minnesota Wild Skills Competition, presented by Treasure Island Resort and Casino, drew over 8,000 fans and featured player autographs, interactive hockey games, photo opportunities with the Stanley Cup, a silent auction, raffle and grab bags featuring Minnesota Wild autographed merchandise.

The event began with Gustavus Adolphus College defeating Saint John’s University 6-4 in a Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (MIAC) men’s hockey game. Team Green then defeated Team Red 9-6 in the Wild Skills Competition. This year’s Skills Competition was the first held by Minnesota since Jan. 12, 2003. To watch a video feature of the Skills Competition hosted by Andrew Brunette click here.

(Team Green 9 vs. Team Red 6)
Puck Control Relay – Team Green
Accuracy Shooting – Kim Johnsson hit four targets in five shots
Hardest Shot – Cal Clutterbuck 99.0 mph
Rapid Fire – Martin Havlat and Mikko Koivu scored four goals each
King of the Shootout – Shane Hnidy
Through the Minnesota Wild Foundation, the Wild is dedicating its unique resources to support children’s medical causes, educational initiatives and to advance youth hockey throughout the State of Hockey.

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