Benn wins accuracy competition

Jamie Benn of the Dallas Stars, who had an appendectomy on January 15, won the accuracy shooting challenge at the NHL SuperSkills competition.

Shooting for Team Chara, he had the fastest score in the qualifying round with a time of 13.583 seconds.

He then beat Matt Read of Philadelphia in the final round with a time of 10.204.

In the opening round, the rookies saw Read beat out Cody Hodgson of Vancouver, 14.011-20.989.

Jason Spezza from Ottawa scored a point for Team Alfredsson with a time of 18.639 to beat out Tyler Seguin of Boston, who had a time of 30.092.

Benn beat out Steven Stamkos of Tampa Bay, who did the worst with a time of 44.684.

The last round saw Marian Hossa of Chicago shoot out all four targets in 15.846 while Daniel Sedin of Vancouver did it in 21.459.

After three rounds, the score is tied 6-6.