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13th Annual Skills Night - January 10, 2022 @ 6:45 PM

Updated: Jan 11


The skills night tradition started as part of the Southwest Michigan High School Hockey League and was continued when the league turned into the South Central High School Hockey League.


The Events, participants and results are listed below.

 

Fastest Skater - Semifinals

Skaters are timed as they skate one lap around the rink.


Semifinal 1


Portage Muskies - #2 Filip Hendl - 15.67

Kalamazoo United - #10 Noah Kuhnert - 15.78


Semifinal 2


Kalamazoo Eagles - #9 Brendan Loukes - 16.45

Mattawan Wildcats - #14 Lucas McKeeby - 15.96


Finals


Portage Muskies - #2 Filip Hendl - 16.10

Mattawan Wildcats - #14 Lucas McKeeby - 15.63


 

Accuracy Passing

Each player will have 60 seconds to make a pass into four mini-net and finish by scoring into an empty net. The winner will be determined by the fastest time completing the course.


Kalamazoo Eagles - #4 Braden Mayo - 14.21s

Kalamazoo United - #7 Henri Jarvenpaa - 15.67s

Mattawan Wildcats - #12 Ethan Hogarth - 36.24s

Portage Muskies - #35 Chris Diamondidis - 1m+ (2 nets)

 

Accuracy Shooting

Each player will shoot ten (10) pucks. One passer is stationed on each side of the net on the red line will alternate passing the pucks to the shooter. The shooter will be positioned between the hash marks.


Shots into the two lower pockets are worth 1 point each. Shots into the top upper pockets are worth 3 points each. The player with the most points wins. Any ties will be decided in a shoot off.


Kalamazoo Eagles - 9 points #22 Breckyn Bootland (shooter) / #4 Braden Mayo / #16 Zach Coffinger

Kalamazoo United - 6 points

#4 Andrew Vanderleun (shooter) / Jacob Felmeden / #7 Henri Jarvenpaa


Mattawan Wildcats - 9 points #7 Carson Byers (shooter) / #14 Lucas McKeeby / #00 Ander Ciesielski


Portage Muskies - 9 points

#8 Jack Schnur (shooter) / #3 Ryan Jaros / #6 Tobyn Wietfeldt Championship Shootout (Tie-breaker)

Kalamazoo Eagles - 3 points

Portage Muskies - 6 points

Mattawan Wildcats - 9 points

 

Hardest Shot

Each participant will have three shot attempts to clock the fastest speed on a radar gun.


Kalamazoo Eagles - #20 Hayden Belanger - 65 mph - 68 mph - 63 mph

Kalamazoo United - #23 Avery Thielman - 77 mph - 79 mph - 79 mph

Mattawan Wildcats - #14 Lucas McKeeby - 80mph - 77 mph - 78 mph

Portage Muskies - #11 Tyler Stolsky - 81 mph - 84 mph - 72 mph

 

Show Down

Each team nominates one skater and one goalie. Each skater shoots twice on each goalie. Skaters will not shoot on the goalie from their team. The skater who scores the most goals and the goalie with the most saves are the winners.


In the event of a tie, the top two skaters and goalies advance to the Championship round. In the championship round, the two skaters will shoot three times on each goalie.


Shooters:

Kalamazoo Eagles - #15 Aiden Crowley - 00 00 00 - 0 goals

Kalamazoo United - #3 Jacob Felmeden - 0X 00 00 - 1 goal

Mattawan Wildcats - #7 Carson Byers - 00 X0 00 - 1 goal

Portage Muskies - #3 Ryan Jaros - X0 00 X0 - 2 goals


Goalies:

Kalamazoo Eagles - #1 Owen Anderson - X 0 0 X 0 0 - 4 saves

Kalamazoo United - #44 Sean Pierucci - 0 0 X 0 0 0 - 5 saves

Mattawan Wildcats - #00 Ander Ciesielski - 0 0 0 0 0 0 - 6 Saves

Portage Muskies - #35 Chris Diamondidis - 0 0 0 0 0 X - 5 Saves



 

Shuttle Relay

Teams of 3 skaters will complete a relay race starting from the goal line. The first skater will skate from the goal line to the blue line and back. The second skater will skate to the center ice line and back. The third skater will skate to the opposite goal line and back.


1st - Portage Muskies - #3 Ryan Jaros / #6 Tobyn Wietfeldt / #2 Filip Hendl


2nd - Mattawan Wildcats - #12 Lucas McKeeby / #12 Ethan Hogarth / #7 Carson Byers

3rd - Kalamazoo United - #19 Ian Blair / #10 Noah Kuhnert / #2 Cam Strunk

4th - Kalamazoo Eagles - #9 Brendan Loukes / #20 Hayden Belanger / #12 Gage Stenger

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