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OHL All-Star Teams

The Ontario Hockey League today announced the All-Star Teams for the 2005-06 season as selected by OHL general managers.

The London Knights, who finished first over-all during the regular season and won the Hamilton Spectator Trophy, were well represented with OHL All-Star selections, including First Team All-Stars Rob Schremp, David Bolland, and Adam Dennis, along with Second Team All-Stars Dylan Hunter and coach Dale Hunter.

The Owen Sound Attack had two representatives on the First Team, Mike Angelidis and Andrej Sekera. Defenceman, Marc Staal of the Sudbury Wolves and coach Dave Barr of the Guelph Storm were also named OHL First Team All-Stars.

This is the eighth All-Star selection for Dick Todd of the Peterborough Petes and the third consecutive for both Dylan and Dale Hunter. It marks the second time that Bolland, Dennis, Wojtek Wolski and Ryan Callahan have been named to OHL All-Star Teams.

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.

2005-06 Ontario Hockey League All-Star Teams

First Team
Centre Rob Schremp, London Knights (77)
Left Wing Mike Angelidis, Owen Sound Attack (65)
Right Wing David Bolland, London Knights (76)
Defence Andrej Sekera, Owen Sound Attack (78)
Defence Marc Staal, Sudbury Wolves (75)
Goaltender Adam Dennis, London Knights (74)
Coach Dave Barr, Guelph Storm (65)

Second Team
Centre Wojtek Wolski, Brampton Battalion (64)
Left Wing Dylan Hunter, London Knights (59)
Right Wing Ryan Callahan, Guelph Storm (67)
Defence Ryan Parent, Guelph Storm (54)
Defence Patrick McNeill, Saginaw Spirit (47)
Goaltender Dan Turple, Kitchener Rangers (40)
Coach Dale Hunter, London Knights (44)

Third Team
Centre Bryan Little, Barrie Colts (31)
Left Wing Ryan Hamilton, Barrie Colts (23)
Right Wing Michael Blunden, Erie Otters (15)
Defence Matt Lashoff, Kitchener Rangers (19)
Defence Michael Vernace, Brampton Battalion (19)
Goaltender Kevin Lalande, Belleville Bulls (29)
Coach Dick Todd, Peterborough Petes (27)


Not an all-star but on the first all-star team?


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Ouch. Not one Major.

I thought maybe Wilson would get a look, or at least one of the Donattis.

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Not an all-star but on the first all-star team?

I *knew* this post was coming the minute I saw the all-star teams.

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There were a few question marks on this list....

Wolski wins the OHL's outstanding player award, but doesn't make the first team?

From a Kitchener perspective, Lashoff was not our best defenseman (and it'd be a stretch to say he was 2nd best), but was named to the all-star team.

No Bobby Ryan?

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There were a few question marks on this list....

Wolski wins the OHL's outstanding player award, but doesn't make the first team?

From a Kitchener perspective, Lashoff was not our best defenseman (and it'd be a stretch to say he was 2nd best), but was named to the all-star team.

No Bobby Ryan?

Ryan is a center - the only one I could say he is arguably better than regarding those who were voted onto the all star team is Little and I would say they are about equal. Voting seemed to be by position so I gather the voters thought Angelidis was the best left wing and Ryan the fourth best center ....

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Wolski wins the OHL's outstanding player award, but doesn't make the first team?
Am I the only one not that surprised by this? Him and Schremp were neck and neck in many people's opinions - and there is only room for one center on the first team. You can't put him in as goalie...

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Am I the only one not that surprised by this? Him and Schremp were neck and neck in many people's opinions - and there is only room for one center on the first team. You can't put him in as goalie...
I understand what you're saying - but I can't remember the last time the Tilson award winner wasn't on the first all star team. It really is the year of the centre, which explains Bobby Ryan's absence. For some reason, I think of him as a winger.

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Ouch. Not one Major.

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Only 2 Easterner's cracked the top 2 all star teams, period.

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I understand what you're saying - but I can't remember the last time the Tilson award winner wasn't on the first all star team. It really is the year of the centre, which explains Bobby Ryan's absence. For some reason, I think of him as a winger.
Because he is. Ryan has never played centre..not sure where that comes from, STS?

I think Bobby really tailed off in the second half and that was taken into consideration. If he wants honours like these, conditioning needs to improve.

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Am I the only one not that surprised by this? Him and Schremp were neck and neck in many people's opinions - and there is only room for one center on the first team. You can't put him in as goalie...
Wolski isin't a centre either......


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I *knew* this post was coming the minute I saw the all-star teams.
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Wolski isin't a centre either......

He's listed at Center on both his player profile on Ontario Hockey League as well as the All-Star Team. I assume he must have put some time in there otherwise he'd have been listed as a Left Wing

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He's listed at Center on both his player profile on Ontario Hockey League as well as the All-Star Team. I assume he must have put some time in there otherwise he'd have been listed as a Left Wing
Maybe he's played a bit of centre...I always thought of him as a left winger.

http://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/stats/p...php3?pid=71741

http://hockeysfuture.com/prospect/wojtek_wolski

http://sports.espn.go.com/nhl/player...e?statsId=3658

http://mckeenshockey.rivals.com/view...4&pr_key=13429

All have him as a LW. Just the OHL has him as a centre but I think they are wrong. I see where you are coming form on your original point now if OHL regards him as a centre.

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Wolski played centre for the second half of this season. Media vote for the MVP while GMs vote for the allstar teams -- there's the discrepancy.

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