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01-29-2013, 02:01 PM
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Late Goal Gives West An All-Star Sweep - AHL Website - January 28, 2013

PROVIDENCE, R.I. - Toronto Marlies forward Ryan Hamilton completed a hat trick with 11.2 seconds remaining in regulation, breaking a tie and sending the Western Conference to a 7-6 win over the Eastern Conference in the 2013 American Hockey League All-Star Game before a capacity crowd of 10,846 fans at the Dunkin’ Donuts Center tonight.

Hamilton, who was named the Dunkin’ Donuts All-Star Game Most Valuable Player, scored the final three West goals of the night to record the seventh hat trick in All-Star Game history.

The victory gave the West a second consecutive sweep of the two-day All-Star Classic, repeating the feat they accomplished in Atlantic City last year. And for the second consecutive night, the event came down to the final shot after the West’s dramatic 12-11 triumph in the Pepsi AHL All-Star Skills Competition on Sunday.

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Brayden McNabb - who won the hardest shot competition the night before - had one assist (he assisted on a Drew Shore (San Antonio) goal - the last of four Western Conference goals that were scored in first period.) had two shots on goal and was a plus one. Kevin Porter - was pointless - had three shots on goal and was a minus one. Article - McNabb/Porter All-Star Game Experience -

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