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All Star DHI Cup Teams Announced

by Staff Writer / Philadelphia Flyers

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The Durham Hockey Institute has announced the all star teams for the DHI Cup starting October 30th.

The PA Prep team includes:  Sean Aldinger, Bryan Geiger, Ryan Bones, Joe Hiller, TJ Laessig, Matthew Slobodinsky, Kevin Weller, Tony Bornaschella, Eddie Banes, Vinnie D'Angelo, Nick Seravalli, Kellen Wojnar, Adam Berkle, Kyle Zoldy, Lee Zoeller, Matthew Robinson, Geoffrey McGrath, Adam Graff, Daniel Pyne, and Cedric Brown.

The PA Public team includes:  Eric Dukes, David Baker, Jeffrey Jackson, Jason Mandell, Casey Nau, Michael Noce, Matt Leonardis, T.J. Haeberle, Alex Cottle, Jaime Berlin, David Hecker, David Orlando, Chad Barthelmess, William S. Mullin, A.J. Moyer, Ryan Gannon, Joe Tinsman, Bryan Chalmers, Steven Stewart, and David Aman.

The NJ Prep team includes:  Tom Lynch, Michael Zuppe, Thaddeus R. Williams, Ryan Paradis, Michael Welsh, Curtis Schickner, Alex Wooley, Mark Rivera, Michael Smigelski, Bobby Smith, Kenneth Yasenchock, Michael Seyglinski, Kevin Pecca, Kevin Crowe, Ryan Marra, Zachary Stern, Bryan Robinson, Dan Weiniger, Brian Bennett, and Michael Infante.

The NJ Public team includes:  Andrew Ball, James Murphy, Ryan Monahan, Michael Ozolnieks, Andrew Scannella, Matthew Nowicki, Daniel Folkman, Joe Kubrak, Ryan Larkin, Dean Combos, Tim Higgins, Edward Conrads, Chris Tamminga, Brian Ruskowski, Justin Decowski, Jesi Goodrick, Jim Tumolo, Brandon Lipke, Anthony Tabbacchino, and Garret Beckwith.

Hosted by Co-owner of the Junior A Durham Fury (Oshawa, Ontario) and former Philadelphia Flyers Captain Keith Primeau, the DHI Cup features all-star selections from the Delaware Valley selected by a panel of local high school coaches.

The preliminary game will be played on Tuesday October 30, 2007 at Flyers Skate Zone in  Voorhees, NJ.  The final two teams will compete for the title at the Wachovia Center on Mon., November 12th prior to the Flyers game.  Admission to the final game is free with a Flyers ticket that night and includes a Q&A session with Keith Primeau.
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