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|Date||January 21, 2009|
|MVP||Matt Ford (Charlotte)|
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.
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) 
CCM U+ Fastest Skater Edit
|National Conference (14.149) def. American Conference (14.222)|
|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)|
|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)|
|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)|
|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
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)|
|Derlago (Kraus, Matt Shasby) 5:24||MVP:|
|8:18 Ewing (Ford, Reid)||Matt Ford (Charlotte)|
|May (Bomersback, Shasby) 10:57|
|Urquhart (Hemmingway) 17:53|
|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)|
|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)|
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 National Defeats American, 9-7, In Skills Challenge. ECHL (January 20, 2009).
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