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2009 ECHL All-Star Game
1 2 3 Total
National Conference 3 1 1 5
American Conference 1 5 5 11
Date January 21, 2009
Arena Sovereign Arena
City Reading, Pennsylvania
MVP Matt Ford (Charlotte)
Attendance 5,693

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The 2009 ECHL All-Star Game will be the ECHL's 17th edition of the exhibition game and will be the all-star game of the 2008-09 season. The game will be held at Sovereign Arena in Reading, Pensylvania, home of the Reading Royals and take place on Wednesday, January 21, 2008. The game will mark the first time that a city has hosted the event more than once, as Reading hosted the 2005 edition of the game as well. The 2005 All-Star Game was also the last time that an American Conference city had hosted the event.

Skills Challenge Edit

On Tuesday, January 20, 2008, the 12th edition of the ECHL All-Star Game Skills Competition was held. The Skills Challenge featured seven events and ended with the National Conference winning the competition 9–7. It was the National Conference's second straight victory in the Skills Challenge and their fourth victory in the last five competitions.[1]

Puck Control Relay Edit

The National Conference won the Sherwood Hockey Puck Control Relay. The National Conference team for the relay consisted of Matt Shasby (Alaska), Justin Taylor (Las Vegas) and Matt Pope (Bakersfield). The American Conference team for the relay consisted of Travis Morin (South Carolina), Barret Ehgoetz (Cincinnati) and Jarret Lukin (Dayton). In the Sherwood Hockey Individual Puck Control Relay, the American Conference's Johann Kroll (South Carolina) defeated the National Conference's representative Ryan Huddy (Stockton) [1]

CCM U+ Fastest Skater Edit

National Conference (14.149) def. American Conference (14.222)
Rank Player Conference Time
1 Dan Gendur (Victoria) National 13.686
2 Aaron Clarke (Wheeling) American 13.861
3 Aaron Brocklehurst (Florida) American 14.138
4 Mark Bomersback (Idaho) National 14.250
5 Matt Fornataro (Phoenix) National 14.511
6 Josh Aspenlind (Elmira) American 14.712

Reebok O-Stick Hardest Shot Edit

American Conference (93.87) def. National Conference (92.85)
Rank Player Conference Shot Speed
1 Dylan Yeo (Victoria) National 97.7
2 Matt Cohen (Trenton) American 97.1
3 Steve Ward (Reading) American 95.4
4 Tim Kraus (Ontario) National 94.7
5 Geoff Walker (Ontario) National 93.3
6 Elgin Reid (Wheeling) American 92.4
7 Matt Ford (Charlotte) American 90.6
8 Mike Wilson (Phoenix) National 85.7

Reebok Rapid Fire Edit

American Conference (20) def. National Conference (14)
Rank Player Conference Saves
1 Kris Mayotte (Johnstown) American 8
2 David Leggio (Florida) American 7
3 Joe Fallon (Fresno / Gwinnett) National 6
4 Jean-Phillipe Lamoureux (Alaska) National 5
5 Michael Neuvirth (South Carolina American 5
6 John Murray (Ontario) National 3

MeiGray Group Accuracy Shooting Competition Edit

American Conference (8) def. National Conference (6)
Rank Player Conference Targets
1 Cory Urquhart (Stockton) National 3
2 Ryan Cruthers (Mississippi) American 3
3 Kevin Bakers (Florida) American 3
4 Mark Delargo (Bakersfield) National 2
5 Bryan Ewing (Wheeling) American 2
6 Colin Hemingway (Alaska) National 1

Cory Urquhart was 1-for-1 in the tiebreaker to defeat Ryan Cruthers and Kevin Baker for the individual win.

Guardian Wear Breakaway Relay Edit

National Conference (4) def. American Conference (3)
Rank Goaltender Conference Player - Goal
1 Kris Mayotte (Johnstown) American Matt Shasby (Alaska) - No Goal
Matt Pope (Bakersfield) - No Goal
Mark Bomersback (Idaho) - No Goal
Dan Gendur (Victoria) - No Goal
Jeff May (Las Vegas) - No Goal
Matt Fornataro (Phoenix) - No Goal
John Murray (Ontario) National Aaron Clarke (Wheeling) - No Goal
Matthew Ford (Charlotte) - No Goal
Matt Cohen (Trenton) - No Goal
Ryan Del Monte (Johnstown) - No Goal
Elgin Reid (Wheeling) - No Goal
Tyler Doig (Reading) - No Goal
3 Joe Fallon (Fresno) National Kevin Baker (Florida) - No Goal
Jordan Fox (Gwinnett) - No Goal
Ryan Gunderson (Trenton) - No Goal
Ryan Cruthers (Mississippi) - Goal
Bryan Ewing (Wheeling) - No Goal
Steve Ward (Reading) - No Goal
4 Jean-Phillipe Lamoureux (Alaska) National Travis Morin (South Carolina) - No Goal
Jarret Lukin (Dayton) - Goal
Johann Kroll (South Carolina) - No Goal
Josh Aspenlind (Elmira) - No Goal
Aaron Brocklehurst (Florida) - No Goal
Barret Ehgoetz (Cincinnati) - Goal
David Leggio (Florida) American Colin Hemingway (Alaska) - Goal
Ryan Huddy (Stockton) - Goal

Matt Stephenson (Idaho) - No Goal
Mark Derlago (Bakersfield) - No Goal
Jeff May (Las Vegas) - No Goal
Cory Urquhart (Stockton) - No Goal
Michal Neuvirth (South Carolina) American Justin Taylor (Las Vegas) - Goal
Geoff Walker (Ontario) - No Goal
Michael Wilson (Phoenix) - Goal
Tom May (Utah) - No Goal
Dylan Yeo (Victoria) - No Goal
Tim Kraus (Ontario) - No Goal

Rosters Edit

American Conference National Conference
Coach: Flag of Canada Greg Puhalski
(Johnstown Chiefs)
Flag of Canada Mark Morrison
(Victoria Salmon Kings)
Assistant Coach: Flag of Canada Ian Herbers
(Wheeling Nailers)
Flag of Canada Matt Thomas 1
(Fresno Falcons/Stockton Thunder)
Starters:

Flag of the United States 31 - G Kris Mayotte (Johnstown Chiefs)
Flag of the United States 22 - D Jon Landry (Johnstown Chiefs)
Flag of Canada 27 - D Greg Labenski (Dayton Bombers)
Flag of the United States 27 - F Travis Morin (South Carolina Stingrays)
Flag of Canada 42 - F Barret Ehgoetz (Cincinnati Cyclones) 2
Flag of Canada 71 - F Kevin Baker (Florida Everblades

Flag of the United States 1 - G Jean-Philippe Lamoureux (Alaska Aces)
Flag of Canada 4 - D Dylan Yeo (Victoria Salmon Kings)
Flag of the United States 41 - D Matt Shasby (Alaska Aces)
Flag of Canada 10 - F Colin Hemingway (Alaska Aces)
Flag of Canada 16 - F Wes Goldie (Victoria Salmon Kings)
Flag of Canada 20 - F Steve Gainey (Idaho Steelheads)

Reserves:

Flag of the United States 33 - G David Leggio (Florida Everblades)
Flag of the Czech Republic 34 - G Michael Neuvirth (South Carolina Stingrays)
Flag of Canada 2 - D Aaron Brocklehurst (Florida Everblades
Flag of the United States 8 - D Matt Cohen (Trenton Devils)
Flag of the United States 21 - D Johann Kroll (South Carolina Stingrays)
Flag of Canada 26 - D Steve Ward (Reading Royals)
Flag of the United States 6 - F Tommy Goebel (Wheeling Nailers)
Flag of Canada 11 - F Rob Sirianni (Wheeling Nailers)
Flag of Canada 15 - F Nick Johnson (Wheeling Nailers)
Flag of the United States 16 - F Ryan Cruthers (Mississippi Sea Wolves)
Flag of Canada 17 - F Josh Alpenlid (Elmira Jackals)
Flag of Canada 18 - F Tyler Doig (Reading Royals)
Flag of the United States 19 - F Matthew Ford (Charlotte Checkers)
Flag of the United States 23 - F Jordan Fox (Gwinnett Gladiators)
Flag of Canada 91 - F Justin Bowers (Dayton Bombers)

Flag of the United States 31 - G Joe Fallon (Fresno Falcons) 3
Flag of the United States 36 - G Jeff Zatkoff (Ontario Reign)
Flag of Canada 6 - D Kenny MacAulay (Fresno Falcons) 4
Flag of Canada 22 - D Michael Wilson (Phoenix Roadrunners)
Flag of Canada 25 - D Matt Stephenson (Idaho Steelheads)
Flag of Canada 32 - D Jeff May (Las Vegas Wranglers)
Flag of Canada 8 - F Geoff Walker (Ontario Reign)
Flag of Canada 11 - F Matt Pope (Bakersfield Condors)
Flag of the United States 17 - F Tim Kraus (Ontario Reign)
Flag of Canada 18 - F Dan Gendur (Victoria Salmon Kings)
Flag of Canada 19 - F Mark Derlago (Bakersfield Condors)
Flag of Canada 21 - F Justin Taylor (Las Vegas Wranglers)
Flag of Canada 26 - F Ryan Huddy (Stockton Thunder)
Flag of Canada 61 - F Matt Fornataro (Phoenix Roadrunners)
Flag of the United States 71 - F Vladimir Nikiforov (Utah Grizzlies)

Notes:
1 - Served as head coach of the Fresno Falcons before team folded on December 22. Was named head coach of the Stockton Thunder on December 29, replacing Chris Cichocki.
2 - Replaces former teammate Olivier Latendresse, who was reassigned by the Montreal Canadiens to the Hamilton Bulldogs of the AHL on December 9.
3 - Played for the Fresno Falcons until team folded on December 22. Was reassigned to the Gwinnett Gladiators by the Chicago Blackhawks on December 28.
4 - Played for the Fresno Falcons until team folded on December 22. Signed with the Stockton Thunder on December 30.

Box Score Edit

National 5 - 11
(3-1, 1-5, 1-5)
American Sovereign Arena (TBD)
Flag of the United States Reading, Pennsylvania
First period
Derlago (Kraus, Matt Shasby) 5:24 MVP:
8:18 Ewing (Ford, Reid) Flag of the United States Matt Ford (Charlotte)
May (Bomersback, Shasby) 10:57
Urquhart (Hemmingway) 17:53
Second period
0:48 Lukin (Cruthers)
4:25 Clarke (Cruthers, Lukin)
13:15 Ford (Kroll, Fox)
Bomersback (Fornataro) 16:37
18:36 Doig (Fox, Brocklehurst)
19:52 Ford (2) (GWG) (Ewing, Cohen)
Third period
1:32 Ford (3) (Ward, Ewing)
1:50 Baker (Ward)
2:51 Cruthers (Ehgoetz, Baker)
1:50 Baker (2) (Ehgoetz, Morin)
Walker (Gendur, Wilson) 8:21
12:19 Baker (3) (Morin)

References Edit

  1. 1.0 1.1 National Defeats American, 9-7, In Skills Challenge. ECHL (January 20, 2009).

External links Edit

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