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All-Star GameEdit

The MJHL All-Star Game was held on Saturday, February 5 in Portage la Prairie, with the Addison Division defeating the Allard Division 8-3. Joel Nedecky scored twice for Addison, with singles going to Anders Strome, Lee Kuryk, Charlie Brown, Jason Abbott, Tyler Soares and Jon Morrison. Allard scorers were Quincy Adrian, Paul Austin and Darren Wilson. Game stars were Oliver McGee for Addison and Austin for Allard.
Lineups:

Addison Division Allard Division
Player Team Player Team
Goalies
Matt Cockell Winnipeg South Blues Chris Levesque Swan Valley Stampeders
D.J. Huver St. James Canadians Preston McKay OCN Blizzard
Reg Lagace Winkler Flyers Eric Van Den Bosch Waywayseecappo
Wolverines
Defensemen
Jason Abbott Winnipeg South Blues Jeff Froese Portage Terriers
Blake Forsyth Winnipeg South Blues Mike Gabriel Swan Valley Stampeders
Neil Gidney Winnipeg South Blues David Kontzie Portage Terriers
Oliver McGee Winkler Flyers Tim Lang Dauphin Kings
Tom Plesh St. James Canadians Scott McCallum Dauphin Kings
Matt Suchodolski Southeast Blades Justin Seaborg OCN Blizzard
Alternate Defensemen
Mark Kinsley Selkirk Steelers Darcy Johnson OCN Blizzard
Forwards
Charlie Brown Winnipeg South Blues Quincy Adrian Waywayseecappo
Wolverines
Travis Brown St. Boniface Saints Paul Austin Portage Terriers
Phil Cherneski Southeast Blades Curtis Campbell Dauphin Kings
Norm Fay Southeast Blades Kyle Endicott Neepawa Natives
Chris Jackson Winkler Flyers Tom Herman OCN Blizzard
Ryan Kurtz St. James Canadians Myles Kuharski Portage Terriers
Kuzma Kurakin Southeast Blades Junior Lessard Portage Terriers
Matko Malbasa Winnipeg South Blues Mark Odut Dauphin Kings
Jon Morrison Selkirk Steelers Kevin Schnell Neepawa Natives
Joel Nedecky St. James Canadians Terence Tootoo OCN Blizzard
Tyler Soares Winkler Flyers Bryan White Neepawa Natives
Anders Strome Winnipeg South Blues Darren Wilson Neepawa Natives
Alternate Forwards
Lee Kuryk St. James Canadians Everett Pachal Dauphin Kings
Coaches
Doug Stokes Winnipeg South Blues Kerry Clark OCN Blizzard
Assistant Coaches
Leonard Anneck Winnipeg South Blues Greg Hunter OCN Blizzard
Ryan Lachaine Winnipeg South Blues Jerry Mosiondz OCN Blizzard

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