Tuesday, January 19, 2010

ECHL Skills Competition

As mentioned here several times over the last few weeks, the Ontario Reign - proud affiliate of the Los Angeles Kings - are hosting the ECHL All Star Game on Wednesday, January 20th.

In the same arena where the game will be held - the Citizens Business Bank Arena in Ontario - the Skills Competition was held earlier tonight.

In a touch of irony it was pouring rain outside the home of the Reign. Inside, the host National Conference defeated the American Conference, 11-10.

Here are the official results, per the ECHL press release:

Sher-wood Hockey Puck Control Relay - National d. American

Sher-wood Hockey Individual Puck Control Relay - National (Peter Lenes, Ontario) d. American (Jacob Micflikier, Florida)

Reebok Fastest Skater - National (14.406) d. American (14.462)

Reebok Hardest Shot - American (97.9) d. National (94.7)
* David Walker (Ontario), National Conference (94.0)

Bull Outdoor Products Rapid Fire - American (22 saves) d. National (20 saves)

MeiGray Group Accuracy Shooting Competition - National (11 targets) d. American (9 targets)
* Greg Hogeboom (Ontario), National Conference (3-for-8)

Ice Town Breakaway Relay - American d. National, 7-5
* David Walker (Ontario), National, goal
* Peter Lenes (Ontario), National, miss
* Shawn Weller (Ontario), National, miss
* Greg Hogeboom (Ontario), National, goal

The ECHL All-Star Game will be played in Ontario on Wednesday, January 20th. Tickets are available via the Reign website by clicking here.

You can also watch the game in SoCal on Fox Sports West; and nationally on the NHL Network (DirecTV channel 215 or check your cable listings). The game will also be broadcast live online free of charge on www.B2TV.com.

I'll be at the game and providing a full report right here on www.MayorsManor.com. If you're not busy, head out to Ontario and check out the game in person.

The Mayor

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