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Bouchard, Miletic join All-Star rosters

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SPRINGFIELD, Mass. … The American Hockey League today announced a change to the playing rosters for the 2020 AHL All-Star Classic presented by Ontario International Airport, to be held this Sunday and Monday, January 26-27 in Ontario, Calif.

Bakersfield Condors defenseman Evan Bouchard has been added to the Pacific Division roster, and Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins forward Sam Miletic has been added to the Atlantic Division roster.

In addition, the AHL announced that Wilkes-Barre/Scranton’s Andrew Agozzino and Tucson’s Lane Pederson will be unavailable for the event.

The 10th overall pick in the 2018 NHL Draft, Bouchard, a 20-year-old rookie, has seven goals and 17 assists in 40 games for the Condors this season.

Miletic, a second-year pro, has recorded 27 points in 42 games with Wilkes-Barre/Scranton this season.

Rosters as of Jan. 23




A limited number of tickets for the 2020 AHL All-Star Classic presented by Ontario International Airport, which include admission to both the AHL All-Star Skills Competition on Sunday, Jan. 26, and the AHL All-Star Challenge on Monday, Jan. 27, are available now by visiting ontarioreign.com/allstar.

The 2020 AHL All-Star Classic presented by Ontario International Airport will feature the top young talent in the American Hockey League: since 1995, more than 95 percent of All-Star Classic participants have gone on to compete in the National Hockey League, including Cam AtkinsonPatrice BergeronJordan BinningtonBen BishopJohn CarlsonZdeno CharaLogan CoutureConnor HellebuyckBraden HoltbyTyler JohnsonAndreas JohnssonMartin JonesJonathan MarchessaultBrandon MontourWilliam NylanderKyle PalmieriZach PariseMikko RantanenTuukka RaskPekka RinneDylan StromeP.K. Subban and Mats Zuccarello.

In operation since 1936, the American Hockey League serves as the top development league for the players, coaches, managers, executives, broadcasters and staff of all 31 National Hockey League teams. Nearly 90 percent of today’s NHL players are American Hockey League graduates, and more than 100 honored members of the Hockey Hall of Fame spent time in the AHL in their careers. In 2018-19, over 7 million fans attended AHL regular-season and playoff games across North America.