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01-18-2005, 11:00 AM
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OHL Announces All-Star Game Roster

http://chl.ca/OHLNews0405/0118.pdf

http://chl.ca/OHLNews0405/0118.html

No surprises there....... should be a fun game though!

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Great lineup, surprised to see Methot there although he is playing good this year. And surprised Coleman isn't one of the goalies there with his stellar stats. I guess they believe London's team is too good to need a great goalie

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I was surprised to see Methot but he fully deserves it. Congrats to Mike Futa for picking a very good roster. McGrath is probably the only questionable absentee.

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McGrath is probably the only questionable absentee.
That may be true, but who would you sit to have McGrath playing? The only one that is even questionable is Dylan Hunter, but with the points he has so far this season, how can you leave him off?

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That may be true, but who would you sit to have McGrath playing? The only one that is even questionable is Dylan Hunter, but with the points he has so far this season, how can you leave him off?

I'd say Pouliout.

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I'd say Pouliout.
Sudbury plays in the Eastern conference, plus I'd take Pouliot over McGrath anyways. McGrath has one goal in his last 19 games, improved conditioning in the offseason got him off to a fast start, but since everyone else has now played themselves into shape, McGrath has gone into hiding again.
I remember watching games earlier in the season where he'd put up 3 or 4 points and get named the first star, but he never showed anything outstanding in some of these games in terms of skilled play. With Pouliot it's quite the opposite, whether he scores or not, he'll find ways to impress throughout the course of most games.

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Good to see Rob Hisey getting in on the All-Star game, I really hope he gets picked up by a NHL team when this lock-out is settled, He's a good talent!
But Iam still wondering where's B.J. Crombeen? I think he deserves to go as well.

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Good on McIver. Just about the only high note in what has been a lowly St. Mikes' season.

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Shoot...I was hoping Disher would make the team. I would have thought Erie's MVP the past two years would have made. Must have went by stats.

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Shoot...I was hoping Disher would make the team. I would have thought Erie's MVP the past two years would have made. Must have went by stats.
Disher in my opinion is better than Dennis or Nie.

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Who were the captains/assistants?

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Who were the captains/assistants?
Western Conference

C- Jeff Carter
A- Corey Perry, Danny Syvret and Brad Richardson

Eastern Conference

C- Nathan McIver
A- Marc Staal, Kyle Quincey and Marc Rancourt

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SOO happy to see Trevor Hendrikx there... the guy as evolved soo much...from the average fighter he was, he became an assets in every aspect of the game... might still need a few PowerSkating lessons...but still impressive development

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