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All-Star GameEdit

The MJHL All-Star Game was held on Saturday, January 23, in Portage la Prairie, with the North and South teams tying at 10-10. The League held its first ever individual skills competition, Eric Inman had the fastest shot, and Harold Nachbaur the most accurate. Pat Mullin was the fastest skater, and Ryan Tempel best goalie. Game MVP's were Ken Donaldson for the North and Rob White for the South.
Lineups:

North Division South Division
Starters
Player Team Pos Player Team
Mike Tyhy Neepawa Natives G Ryan Tempel St. Boniface Saints
Dane Litke Winkler Flyers D Brad Burym St. Boniface Saints
Pat Mullin Dauphin Kings D Jason Carriere St. Boniface Saints
Matt Friesen Selkirk Steelers C Harold Nachbaur Southeast Blades
Mark Zacharias Winkler Flyers L Rob White Winnipeg South Blues
Kent Maclnnis Neepawa Natives R Derek Rigaux St. Boniface Saints
Player Team Player Team
Goalies
Kelly Funk Portage Terriers Wade Kolmel St. James Canadians
Mike Temple Dauphin Kings Chris Makowski Winnipeg South Blues
Defensemen
Eric Inman Portage Terriers Cory Francis St. Boniface Saints
Travis Laing Neepawa Natives Kevin Moroz Winnipeg South Blues
Laird Lidster Portage Terriers Andrew Patterson Winnipeg South Blues
Wade Sambrook Winkler Flyers Brady Young St. James Canadians
Alternate Defensemen
Devin Zimmer Selkirk Steelers Dana Agar Southeast Blades
Gord Borsa St. James Canadians
Forwards
Regan Delaloye Neepawa Natives Bobby Brown Winnipeg South Blues
Ken Donaldson Dauphin Kings Kane Chaloner St. Boniface Saints
Jason Gudmundson Winkler Flyers Landon Duchon St. James Canadians
Brian Hlady Dauphin Kings Patrick Jones Winnipeg South Blues
Shane Kustra Selkirk Steelers Jason King Winnipeg South Blues
Vince Love Neepawa Natives Darcy Pelletier Southeast Blades
Drew McCrae Portage Terriers Ryan Rintoul St. James Canadians
Marcel Pruden Portage Terriers Ryan Smith St. James Canadians
Liam Wheddon Portage Terriers Gregg Zubricki St. James Canadians
Alternate Forwards
Brent MacMillan Portage Terriers James Larson Southeast Blades
Scott Stephanson St. Boniface Saints
Coaches
Marshall Kennedy Portage Terriers Bruce Schmidt St. Boniface Saints
Assistant Coaches
Bob Calder Portage Terriers Dan Bourbonnais St. Boniface Saints
Bob Miller Portage Terriers Max Feierstein St. Boniface Saints

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