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Today Sabre Prospects Nathan Gerbe & Tim Kennedy were named to the Planet-USA AHL All Star team. In fact Gerbe was named a starter.

Gerbe currently has 25 points in 23 games for the Pirates so far this season. That total is good for fifth in the league amongst rookies.

TK also has been named to the Planet USA team. He currently sits second in the "A" rookie scoring with 28 points in 33 games.

Yesterday another Sabre Prospect was selected to be on the Canadian AHL All Star team. Mark Mancari was selected to his second AHL All Star game. He is currently 6th in the "A" in scoring. 36 pts in 28 games.

Now hopefully Thursday is good news for the big club.HDTV should be selected to his 1st All Star game. Maybe even Derek Roy? Who knows. Dont forget the league is in charge of filling out the remaining roster so anything can happen
Filed Under:   sabres   09 all star   ahl  
January 7, 2009 4:12 PM ET | Delete
Derek Roy? I doubt it, unfortunately for the Sabres he's not a 60 minute player or a leader. But you are right in the NHL, a bush league, anything can happen. Remember game six Stanley Cup Playoffs no goal? I do and until I see an asterisk for the final score in that series, the NHL will remain a bush league.
January 7, 2009 5:01 PM ET | Delete
Roy should be a candidate with his scoring ability as well as being able to play in all situations, but there are a lot of good centers in the East right now. Malkin, Crosby, Savard, Backstrom, Carter, Richards...
January 7, 2009 7:58 PM ET | Delete
Don't forget Andrew Peters. He survive and attack by "Jaws" Ruutu!
January 7, 2009 10:26 PM ET | Delete
How bout that Tyler Myers fella? Think he will be taking part in one of these games sometime soon! Six is in the mix for 2010! GO CANADA GO!!!
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