OTTAWA (AP) -- Patrick Kane's Superman cape and Zdeno Chara's blistering hot slap shot wasn't enough to beat Daniel Alfredsson and his team stocked with hometown favorites in the NHL All-Star skills competition Saturday night.
Team Alfredsson beat Team Chara 21-12, easily clinching the victory in the final-round shootout challenge. Alfredsson had one of his team's 10 shootout goals in outscoring Chara 10-3.
That was enough to get the hometown crowd on its feet, cheering on a Senators-stocked team that Alfredsson selected in the draft Thursday night.
Chara did break his own skills competition record for hardest shot with a blast at 108.8 mph. That bettered the mark of 105.9 he set in Raleigh last year.
The two teams will now face off Sunday in the All-Star game.
Chara gave his team a shot -- literally and physically -- by helping his team to a 3-2 win in the fifth round of the competition, cutting Alfredsson's lead to 11-9.
"I tried to do my best. Obviously I wanted to do it ov...