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AFHL Announces Coaches and Eligible Players for 2012 All-Star Game


Coaches and Eligible Players Announced for 2012 All-Star Game

January 23rd, 2012

The AFHL will showcase it’s best and brightest on January 28th in Buffalo at the Phantoms’ home ice arena, as the American Conference will take on the Canadian Conference in the third annual AFHL All-Star Game.

On Monday morning, the AFHL released the list of eligible players for both conferences and now it’s up to the coaches to decide on the lineups.


* – Denotes rookie playing in Young-Stars Game

# – Denotes a player is injured and unable to participate

^ – Denotes a player named as injury replacement



Head Coach: Mike Nellany (Deer Park)

Assistant Coach: Daryn Beckman (Buffalo)



Daniel Alfredsson (Manhattan)

Marian Gaborik (Boston)

Colin Greening (Pittsburgh) *

Pavel Datsyuk (Manhattan)

Adam Henrique (Manhattan)

Marian Hossa (Buffalo)

Ryan Johansen (Twin City) *

Mikko Koivu (Fort Drum) #

Gabriel Landeskog (Goldsboro) *

Evgeni Malkin (Boston)

Milan Michalek (Buffalo)

Corey Perry (Goldsboro)

Jason Pominville (Buffalo)

Daniel Sedin (Pittsburgh)

Henrik Sedin (Pittsburgh)

Tyler Seguin (Washington)

Craig Smith (Montreal) *

Jason Spezza (Washington)



Brian Campbell (Fort Drum)

Dan Girardi (Pittsburgh)

Justin Faulk (Detroit) *












Henrik Lundqvist (Deer Park)






Head Coach: Mike Brunetta (North Bay)

Assistant Coach: Gates Imbeau (Hamilton)



Luke Adam (Lakehead) *

Jamie Benn (Lakehead)

Sean Coutourier (Ottawa) *

Logan Couture (Victoria)

Jordan Eberle (Victoria) ^

Claude Giroux (Hamilton)

Cody Hodgson (Comox Valley) *

Jarome Iginla (North Bay)

Nick Johnson (Hamilton) *

Patrick Kane (Victoria)

Phil Kessel (Victoria)

Joffrey Lupul (Toronto)

Ryan Nugent-Hopkins (Toronto) # *

Alex Ovechkin (North Bay)

Matt Read (London) *

Steven Stamkos (Lakehead)

John Tavares (Oshawa City)

Jonathan Toews (Ottawa)



Dustin Byfuglien (Lakehead) #

Zdeno Chara (Oshawa City)

Alexander Edler (Victoria)

Erik Karlsson (Toronto)

Adam Larsson (Toronto) *

Kris Letang (Lakehead)

Dion Phaneuf (Ottawa)

Ryan Suter (Hamilton)

Kimmo Timonen (Oshawa City)

Shea Weber (Hamilton)

Dennis Wideman (Comox Valley)

Keith Yandle (Lakehead)



Brian Elliot (Comox Valley)

Jimmy Howard (North Bay)

Carey Price (Victoria)

Jonathan Quick (Toronto)

Tim Thomas (Hamilton)



9 Forwards (any positions) – must include at least 3 rookie forwards

4 Defensemen – must include at least 1 rookie defenseman

1 Utility Player

1 Goaltender


(Same as regular season matchup)

Offense/Defense: G, A, P, +/-, PPP, SHP, GWG

Goaltending: W, GAA, SV%, SVs, SO


– Rosters are based on the players in the real NHL All-Star Game and Young-Star Game.

– Coaches were selected based on season standings (top two teams in each conference).

– Coaches must communicate with each other and make roster decisions together.

– Head coach must submit their All-Star Team’s lineup to the commissioner by midnight on Thursday, Jan. 26th




2011 AFHL All-Star Game

2010 AFHL All-Star Game

Categories : afhl


  1. skates89 says:

    Uh couple of questions anthony. If we are supposed to have 4 D men there are only 3 listed here while the canadian side has 12 options listed. Im sure we have more eligible american D men than only 3. We obviously need at least one more option

  2. Manhattan GM Tony Furino says:

    Correction: Henrique is also a rookie…
    Adam Henrique (Manhattan) *

    Nellany – Rosters are based on the players in the real NHL All-Star Game and Young-Star Game…
    we have no other dmen in the real games…i think it was like that last yr too…but we won anyway! 😉

  3. Toronto GM Jordan Carbone says:

    good lineups, looks like the year the Canadian Conference walks away the victor haha so much talent in our conference it’s unreal.

    Also on a home team note it’s nice to see an All-Star at every position, even though some people might argue Joffrey Lupul isn’t one… and to those people I say shut the fuck up yeah he is!
    Seriously always a fun weekend, Im looking forward to the NHL All-Star draft this year Chara and Alfie make some good captains.

  4. Hamilton GM Gates Imbeau says:

    GM Brunetta and I have been enjoying forming a potent attack. The American Conference sure are lucky that our top rookie and two strong top six have been removed from competition!

  5. skates89 says:

    ah ok anthony. Yeah I mean Dan Girardi lol I love the guy as a Rangers fan but seriously. Ok well Hartnell has been included now also so we have him as an option. Daryn and I already picked the team. Yeah true Jordan lots of talent in your conference which makes the victory even sweeter. Best of luck to ya but not to much, US is as always is kick ass and with GM Nellany behind the bench and beckman as the asisstant we plan to get the most out of our boys. Afer we get the lead we will implore the left wing lock with a 1 2 2 attack and with the King in net it gets even more daunting. Best of luck scrubs…USA USA USA

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