2010 AHL All-Star Game

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The 2010 participants

The 2010 American Hockey League All-Star Game was held on January 18–January 19, 2010 at Cumberland County Civic Center, in Portland, Maine. Where Canadian AHL All-Stars completed a sweep of the 2010 Time Warner Cable AHL All-Star Classic with a come-from-behind 10-9 shootout win over PlanetUSA.[1]

The AHL All-Star game is made up of the top AHL prospects in the minor league[clarification needed].

Game Summary[edit]

The game started off with a great amount of intensity starting in the first minute of the game where the Canadian AHL All-Stars scored their first goal 47 seconds into the game.[1] 25 Seconds after Team Canada scored Planet USA came back and tied the game 1-1.[1]

The Canadians were down by four goals when the Worcester Sharks' Logan Couture began the comeback at 7:48 of the third period. The Binghamton Senators' Ryan Keller collected his second goal of the night at 12:30 and Ellerby captured his only point of the night with an assist on Dustin Jeffrey's goal at 14:41 of the final frame to help put the Canadians within one goal and cut the deficit to 9-8. Then, with their goaltender pulled for an extra attacker, the Canadian squad evened the score when reigning league MVP Alexandre Giroux of the Hershey Bears banged home a shot with 18.0 seconds remaining.[1]

Stations Airing the Game[edit]

Canada TSN (HD) – Skills Competition Live, All-Star Game Live

New England NESN (HD) – Skills Competition Live, All-Star Game Live

Philadelphia CSN Philly – Skills Competition Live The Comcast Network – All-Star Game Live

Chicago CSN Chicago (HD) – Skills Competition Live, All-Star Game Jan. 20th, 12:30 PM CT

Bay Area CSN California (HD) – All-Star Game Live

Washington/Baltimore MASN - Skills Competition Live, All-Star Game Jan. 19, 11:30 PM ET, Jan. 22, 7PM ET

New York/New Jersey MSG (HD) – Skills Competition Live, All-Star Game Live

Pittsburgh FS Pittsburgh (HD) – Skills Competition Live, All-Star Game Jan. 20, 7PM ET

Detroit FS Detroit (HD) – Skills Competition Jan. 20, 3PM ET, All-Star Game Jan. 24, 1PM ET

Columbus FS Ohio – All-Star Game Jan. 20, 11PM ET

St. Louis FS Midwest (HD) – Skills Competition Jan. 21, 2PM ET, All-Star Game Jan. 19, 11PM ET

Texas FS Houston/FS Southwest – Skills Competition Live, All-Star Game Live

Arizona FS Arizona (HD) – All-Star Game Live

Northwest FS Northwest (HD) – Skills Competition Jan. 19, 1PM PT, All-Star Game Live

Florida/Tampa Sun Sports (HD) – Skills Competition Jan. 18, 11PM ET and Jan. 19, 10 AM ET, All-Star Game Live in Northern Florida, Jan. 20, Midnight ET for all of Florida.

Colorado Altitude – Skills Competition Jan. 19, 9PM MT Altitude 2 – All-Star Game Live.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d [1], Canada Rallies Late To Win 2010 AHL All-Star Game
  2. ^ [2], AHL All Star Game Airings