2018-2019 ECRHA All-Star SelectionsECRHA February 11th, 2019 at 8:46AM February 14th, 2019 11:15PM
This weekend the ECRHA heads to Long Island for the annual All-Star Event (ASE). The ASE is traditionally the largest weekend of the season, with every club in the league being represented. This weekend's event is larger than usual after mother nature forced us to cancel a weekend and condense the schedule event further.
This year the event will be held at two separate rinks on Long Island. Skate Safe America in Old Bethpage is the host of the event, with additional games being played across town at Sportime in Bethpage, NY.
As a result of the condensed schedule, we are aware some players are going to miss this weekend's all-star games because of the nature of the schedule. Sadly, this could not be avoided.
As a result, we will be accepting nominations for alternates for players not named to the team.
Email email@example.com to nominate a player on your team. We anticipate adding 8 additional skaters.
The format for this year's All-Star Game will include a 10-minute shoot around. Players will warm up and get ready for the game.
During the shoot around, Brett Kotcher will name two game captains who will pick this year's teams. At the conclusion of the shoot around, captains will alternate selections until the teams are decided.
Following the conclusion of the All-Star Game, the annual skills competition will take place. All players are invited to participate. Details regarding the individual events will be released tomorrow.
Congratulations to the 2018-2019 ECRHA All-Stars!
D1 - Farmingdale - Max Halverson
D1 - Farmingdale - Jake Corso
D1 - Farmingdale - Joey DiMartino
D1 - Slippery Rock - Gannon Warwick
D1 - Slippery Rock - Vincent Lavorgna
D2 - Rochester IT - Cody Zajaczkowski
D2 - Cortland - Trevor Evans
D2 - Rochester IT - Samuel Murray
D2 - Massachusetts - John Carroll
D2 - Northeastern - Thomas Keith
D2 - Massachusetts - Trevor Shea
D2 - Robert Morris - Jesse Zahn
D2 - Robert Morris - Dan Trunk
D2 - Jason Wally - Stony Brook
D2 - Penn State - Colin McCann
D3 - Endicott - Corey Eisenband
D3 - Oswego - Joe Tofallos
D3 - Hofstra - Collin Ewald
D3 - Syracuse - Marc Orlin
D3 - Drexel - Michael Leininger
D3 - Cornell - Daniel Pike
D3 - St. Joseph’s - Chris Tedesco
D4 - Farmingdale - Colin Tinschert
D4 - Farmingdale - James Kolokathis
D4 - Slippery Rock - Mark DeAngellis
D4 - Slippery Rock - Spencer Carlson
D4 -Massachusetts - George Boccelli
D4 - Massachusetts - Collin Cooke
D1 - Farmingdale - Dustin Muccio-Schrimpe
D2 - West Chester - John Whitman
D2 - Stony Brook - Rory Buckley
D3 - Endicott - Stephen Richetelli
D3 - Temple - Cody Baldwin
D4 - Farmingdale - Michael Muccio-Schrimpe