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Nagle heading to the ECHL All-Star Game

Nagle heading to the ECHL All-Star Game

(Toledo, OH) – Goaltender Pat Nagle leads the ECHL win 16 wins this season and now he will represent Toledo at the 2018 CCM/ECHL All-Star in Indianapolis on Monday, January 15, 2018. The complete roster follow this release.

The is the first time that Nagle has been selected for the All-Star Contest despite owning a career record of 139-61-26 with a 2.61 goals against average, a .911 save percentage and 11 shutouts. In his first season with Toledo, the Bloomfield, Michigan native leads the ECHL in victories with 16 to go along with a 2.61 GAA and a .910 SVP. He ranks fifth in the league in minutes played with 1,241. This season he has already taken home the ECHL weekly honor and was named the goaltender of November with a 7-1-1 record.

The game will air LIVE exclusively on NHL Network on Monday, January 15 starting at 1 p.m.

For the first time in ECHL history, the All-Star Classic will feature not two, but four teams, representing each of the League’s divisions. In a format similar to those adapted by the NHL and AHL All-Star Games, the four teams will compete in a 3-on-3 tournament in order to crown a winner.  The two semifinal matches will be played within the Eastern and Western Conferences; with the East Division taking on the South Division and the Central Division facing the Mountain Division. The 2018 CCM/ECHL All-Star Skills Competition will take place after the second semifinal game, with the championship round following immediately at the conclusion of the Skills Competition.

The 2018 rosters feature 27 first-time ECHL All-Star selections, 12 rookies and nine players who have been selected in the NHL Entry Draft.

More than 65 players from the ECHL All-Star Game have gone on to play in the National Hockey League, including 51 since 2002 when the lineups began having players who coaches felt were prospects to move up to a higher level.

The rosters were determined in a vote of coaches, team captains, media relations directors, broadcasters and members of the media. Each of the ECHL teams is represented by a player in the 2018 CCM/ECHL All-Star Classic.


North Division All-Stars

  • G – Etienne Marcoux, Indy Fuel
  • D – Matt Petgrave, Brampton Beast
  • F – Woody Hudson, Worcester Railers
  • F – Alex Krushelnyski, Reading Royals
  • F – Ty Loney, Adirondack Thunder
  • F – Joel Lowry, Manchester Monarchs
  • F – Cody Wydo, Wheeling Nailers


South Division All-Stars

  • G – Martin Ouellette, Florida Everblades
  • D – Christopher Dienes, Jacksonville Icemen
  • D – Nolan Valleau, Orlando Solar Bears
  • F – Grant Besse, Norfolk Admirals
  • F – Taylor Cammarata, South Carolina Stingrays
  • F – Caleb Herbert, Greenville Swamp Rabbits
  • F – Phil Lane, Atlanta Gladiators


Central Division All-Stars

  • G – Pat Nagle, Toledo Walleye
  • D – Kyle Bushee, Kalamazoo Wings
  • D – Willie Raskob, Quad City Mallards
  • F – Justin Danforth, Cincinnati Cyclones
  • F – Mike McMurtry, Kansas City Mavericks
  • F – Michael Neal, Indy Fuel
  • F – Artur Tyanulin, Fort Wayne Komets


Mountain Division All-Stars

  • G – Shane Starrett, Wichita Thunder
  • D – David Makowski, Allen Americans
  • D – Cliff Watson, Utah Grizzlies
  • F – Conner Bleakley, Tulsa Oilers
  • F – Michael Joly, Colorado Eagles
  • F – Justin Parizek, Idaho Steelheads
  • F – Dante Salituro, Rapid City Rush

The 11th class will be inducted into the ECHL Hall of Fame on Monday, Jan. 15 during a formal dinner, presented by BFL CANADA and Sutton Special Risk, featuring Induction Ceremonies, players from the ECHL All-Star Teams, and several of the NHL and ECHL’s most prestigious trophies.

The 2018 ECHL All-Star Fan Fest, presented by Central Indiana Honda Dealers, will kick off the All-Star festivities Sunday, Jan. 14 from 2-8 p.m. at The Pavilion at Pan Am. Fans in attendance can enjoy a wide array of entertainment options throughout the day in anticipation for the 2018 CCM/ECHL All-Star Classic. The Hockey Hall of Fame will be on hand with a variety of interactive activities and exhibits, including displays of ECHL and NHL trophies and memorabilia. Fans can enjoy a live performance from Indianapolis’ own Hunter Smith Band, while having the chance to get autographs from Indy Fuel players, ECHL All-Stars and league mascots.