It’s that time of the year when leagues are announcing rosters for their All-Star games. Just about every top level hockey league has released their rosters for the games coming in the next few weeks.
The only Worcester Hockey Alum that made the NHL All-Star Game is Joe Pavelski. In 43 games, he has scored a total of 39 points with 15 goals and 24 assists. Pavelski is tied for 17th in points, tied for 29th in goals, and tied for 22nd in assists.
Full Rosters for the 2017 NHL All-Star Game can be found at NHL.com.
Worcester Hockey Alumni Yanni Gourde and Matt Taormina were named to the AHL’s All-Star game to represent the North Division. Taormina has 12 goals and 24 assists for a total of 36 points this season. He is ranked 28th in goals, 6th in assists, and 4th in points. Gourde has 11 goals and 16 assists for a total of 27 points this season. He is ranked 44th in goals, 56th in assists, and 38th in points.
Former Worcester Sharks goaltender Troy Grosenick was named to AHL’s All-Star game to represent the Pacific Division. Grosenick has allowed the 11th least amount of goals with 39, and leads the AHL with 5 shutouts this season. Grosenick currently has the 5th highest save percentage with 0.925.
Full Rosters for the 2017 AHL All-Star Classic can be found at TheAHL.com.
Two Worcester Hockey Alumni were named to the ECHL All-Star Game, those being Peter Sivak and Chad Costello. Sivak leads the ECHL with 30 goals and is 29th in assists with 22. He is ranked 2nd in points with 52 this season. Costello is 7th in goals with 20, 1st in assists with 44, and 1st in points with 64.
The game will air tonight at 8 PM EST on NHL Network.
Full Rosters for the 2017 ECHL All-Star Classic can be found at ECHL.com
Former Worcester Sharks Jonathan Cheechoo and Chad Rau were named to the KHL’s All-Star Game. Cheechoo will represent the Bobrov Division and Rau will represent the Chernyshev Division.
Full Rosters for the 2017 ECHL All-Star Classic can be found at TheHockeyWriters.com