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Event #3 - Hardest Shot

Unfortunately the sensor that measures the speed didn't work for half of the shots. Some guys were getting 15, 17 miles per hour.... too bad. I'll just list their hardest shot.

Blackhawks
Dark: Jayden Simpkins - 44
White: Avery Buckle - 45
Dark: Riley Breti – 39
White: Levi Petrinchuk – 48

Media
Blue: Meyers - 73
White: Pedersen - 66

Pats
Blue: Scheidl 62
White: Sagen 82
Blue: Reddin 85
White: Neigum 89
Blue: Mitchell 17 (shooting too high to register a proper speed)
White: Bidlevskii 78
Blue: Blidstrand 91
White: Schneider 90
Blue: Bell 93
White: Davidson 17 (shooting too high to register a proper speed)

Overall hardest shot: Myles Bell 93 miles per hour.

9-9 after 3 events.

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