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PK Subban Scores the All-Star Game Shootout Winner

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Uploaded on Jan 19, 2010

Subban Scores the Game winner in the 2010 AHL All Star classic game shootout one night after amazing us in the skills competition. Cedrick Desjardins stops the shot right after to preserve the win.

PORTLAND, Maine After an 18-12 win in Mondays Skills Competition, the Canadian AHL All-Stars completed a sweep of the 2010 Time Warner Cable AHL All-Star Classic tonight with a come-from-behind 10-9 shootout win over PlanetUSA in the 2010 AHL All-Star Game at the Cumberland County Civic Center.

Rookie Tyler Ennis of the hometown Portland Pirates was selected the games most valuable player, notching a goal and two assists for the Canadians.

The Canadians were down by four goals when the Worcester Sharks Logan Couture began the comeback at 7:48 of the third period. The Binghamton Senators Ryan Keller collected his second goal of the night at 12:30 and Dustin Jeffrey of the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins cut the deficit to 9-8 at the 14:41 mark. Then, with their goaltender pulled for an extra attacker, the Canadian squad evened the score when reigning league MVP Alexandre Giroux of the Hershey Bears banged home a shot with 18.0 seconds remaining.

Couture and Hamilton Bulldogs rookie P.K. Subban scored in the shootout while Hamiltons Cedrick Desjardins stopped four of five PlanetUSA attempts to seal the win, establishing the largest third-period comeback in AHL All-Star Game history.

PlanetUSAs offense was led by Brett Sterling of the Chicago Wolves, Mikko Lehtonen of the Providence Bruins and Sergei Shirokov of the Manitoba Moose with two goals apiece.

Corey Locke of the Hartford Wolf Pack picked up an assist for the Canadian side to set a league record with his ninth career All-Star point.

The road to the 2010 Calder Cup Playoffs continues when the American Hockey Leagues 74th season resumes on Friday.

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