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Fastest ice hockey shot

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  • Who: Denis Kulyash

  • What: Fastest ice hockey shot

  • Where: Russia

The hardest recorded ice hockey shot in any competition was a 110.3 mph (177.5 km/h) slapshot by Denis Kulyash (Russia) of Avangard Omsk in the Continental Hockey League's (Russia) All-Star skills competition in St. Petersburg, Russia, on 5 February 2011.

Kulyash surpassed the previous mark of 105.4 miles per hour (169.7 km/h) by Zdeno Chara (Czech Republic) of the Boston Bruins (USA) set during the National Hockey League's All-Star skills competition in Montreal (Canada) on 25 January 2009.


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