MONTREAL - Michael McNiven and Mikhail Sergachev were named first- and second-team All-Stars, respectively, in the Ontario Hockey League.
McNiven, who won the OHL goalie of the year award on May 3, and finished first in a number of categories last season, including wins (41), goals-against average (2.30) and shutouts (6). He also registered a .915 save percentage in 54 outings. The Owen Sound Attack netminder is in the running for the Canadian Hockey League's goalie of the year honors.
As for Sergachev, he scored 10 goals for 43 points, in addition to recording a plus-22 differential in 50 regular season games with the Windsor Spitfires. The 18-year-old defenseman, who helped Russia to a bronze medal at the last World Junior Hockey Championship, will be taking part in the Memorial Cup tournament, which begins on Friday.