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Altitude to Broadcast AHL All-Star Game

by Aaron Lopez / Colorado Avalanche
Be sure to tune in to Altitude tonight to catch Avalanche prospects Kyle Cumiskey and Tyler Weiman compete in the 2009 American Hockey League All-Star Classic.

The broadcast of this year’s event, held in Worcester, Mass., will begin at 5:00 p.m. MT, with both Cumiskey and Weiman suiting up for the Canadian squad as they take on PlanetUSA.

Cumiskey, who was named to the team on Jan. 6, leads all Lake Erie defensemen and ranks third on the team with 17 points (5g/12a) in 28 games.

Weiman, meanwhile, was added to the squad on Jan. 23. In his second year with the Monsters, the netminder has posted a 12-10-2 record in 25 appearances and is tied for the league lead with five shutouts. He currently sits fourth in the AHL with a 2.32 goals-against average and ranks seventh with a .923 save percentage.

Following the game (8:00 p.m. MT), Altitude will also air a replay of the 2009 AHL All-Star Skills Competition that was held Sunday evening.

Cumiskey competed in the Puck Control Relay, while Weiman took part in the Rapid Fire and Pass & Score events. At the conclusion of the competition, every AHL All-Star also tried their luck in the Breakaway Relay.

Don’t miss all of the action from the 2009 AHL All-Star Classic tonight on Altitude!
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