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04-11-2005, 05:41 PM
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OHL Announces All-Star Teams

OHL Announces 2004-05 All-Star Teams
Created: Apr 11, 2005
http://www.ontariohockeyleague.com/news/?sub=&id=1222

The Ontario Hockey League today announced the All-Star Teams for the 2004-05 season as selected by OHL general managers.

The London Knights, who shattered the OHL and CHL record books this season, were well represented with OHL All-Star selections, including First Team All-Stars Dylan Hunter, Corey Perry, Danny Syvret and coach Dale Hunter.

Knights' goaltenders Adam Dennis (Second Team) and Gerald Coleman (Third Team), who combined to set a new OHL record for the fewest goals against, were also recognized with All-Star selections.

Centre Jeff Carter of the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds, defenceman Andre Benoit of the Kitchener Rangers and Mississauga IceDogs goaltender Michael Ouzas were also named OHL First Team All-Stars.

Perry and Dale Hunter are making their second straight appearance on the OHL's First All-Star Team. Carter (Second Team), Benoit (Second Team) and Dylan Hunter (Third Team) were also named to All-Star teams last year.

Ballots were cast by OHL member team general managers in a two stage process. Players received five points for a first place vote, three for a second place vote and one for a third place vote. Managers were not permitted to select players from their own hockey club.

2004-05 Ontario Hockey League All-Star Teams

First Team
Centre - Jeff Carter, Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds (66)
Left Wing - Dylan Hunter, London Knights (74)
Right Wing - Corey Perry, London Knights (89)
Defence - Danny Syvret, London Knights (93)
Defence - Andre Benoit, Kitchener Rangers (75)
Goaltender - Michael Ouzas, Mississauga IceDogs (50)
Coach - Dale Hunter, London Knights (57)

Second Team
Centre - Michael Richards, Kitchener Rangers (57)
Left Wing - Benoit Pouliot, Sudbury Wolves (45)
Right Wing - Bobby Ryan, Owen Sound Attack (35)
Defence - Jordan Smith, Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds (43)
Defence - Kyle Quincey, Mississauga IceDogs (33)
Goaltender - Adam Dennis, London Knights (41)
Coach - Dick Todd, Peterborough Petes (42)

Third Team
Centre - Brad Richardson, Owen Sound Attack (29)
Left Wing - Liam Reddox, Peterborough Petes (35)
Right Wing - Ryan Callahan, Guelph Storm (20)
Defence - Nathan McIver, Toronto St. Michael's Majors (24)
Defence - Mark Flood, Peterborough Petes (23)
Goaltender - Gerald Coleman, London Knights (39)
Coach - Mike Stothers, Owen Sound Attack (27)

Voting points in brackets.

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Nice to see we've got the Ontario Hockey League's two best centers.

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Where is Stefan Ruzicka?

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Where is Stefan Ruzicka?
He was left off, deservedly so. Had a lot of trouble putting together a string of good games.


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Carter and Richards ahead of Richardson?

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Carter and Richards ahead of Richardson?
I like Richardson a lot... but you can't be serious.

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I like Richardson a lot... but you can't be serious.
Carter and Richards are obviously better prospects but this is about performance this season.

Richardson 41 Goals 56 Assists 97 Points 1.43 PPG
Carter 34 Goals 40 Assists 74 Points 1.35 PPG
Richards 22 Goals 36 Assits 58 Points 1.35 PPG

Heck Richards only played 43 games. Richardson was clearly the best of the three.

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Nice to see Nathan Mciver make the 3rd team. Spent most of my winter in Alberta so I haven't had a chance to see much of the O. Congrats Nathan

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If offensive contribution was the only thing that contributed to this list, then you seem to make a good arguement, but the last time I looked there was more to hockey than individual points.

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If offensive contribution was the only thing that contributed to this list, then you seem to make a good arguement, but the last time I looked there was more to hockey than individual points.
It's too bad that nearly all of the nhl's awards are based on individual accomplishments. It looks like the William Jennings is the only one that can be affected by a good team effort. The same goes for the All-Star game.

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If offensive contribution was the only thing that contributed to this list, then you seem to make a good arguement, but the last time I looked there was more to hockey than individual points.
I tend to think it is point production over talent, with Dylan Hunter making the first team and all.

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My point was that maybe the GM's believe that despite the higher pts per game numbers produced by Brad Richardson, that Carter and Richards are better players.

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They made the list because they were bigger names IMO.

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