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AHL Unveils All-Star Card Set

48-card pack features league's top stars

The American Hockey League and the Professional Hockey Players’ Association today unveiled the 2005 AHL All-Stars trading card set, a 48-card collection featuring the outstanding participants from last month’s 2005 Dodge AHL All-Star Classic.

The set, manufactured by Choice SportsCards of Aston, Pa., features action photos and career statistics of many of the top young players from all 28 AHL teams. Availability of the limited-edition series is just 1,000 sets, and it is believed to be the first complete All-Star collection ever produced by the American Hockey League.

2005 AHL All-Stars Mike Cammalleri Card 2005 AHL All-Stars Ryan Miller Card 2005 AHL All-Stars Eric Perrin Card

The cards are currently available for purchase online at ahlstore.com.

Included in the set are:

Nolan Baumgartner
Patrice Bergeron
Rene Bourque
Jay Bouwmeester
Mike Cammalleri
Steve Eminger
Simon Gamache
Mathieu Garon
Dan Hamhuis
Jason King
Chuck Kobasew
Jason LaBarbera
Joey MacDonald
Lawrence Nycholat
Michel Ouellet
Eric Perrin
Travis Roche
Patrick Sharp
Jason Spezza
Eric Staal
Brad Tiley
Kyle Wellwood
Dennis Wideman
Keith Ballard
Sean Bergenheim
Brandon Bochenski
Dustin Brown
Craig Darby
Christian Ehrhoff
Denis Grebeshkov
Andy Hilbert
Michael Holmqvist
Andrew Hutchinson
Ryan Kesler
Mikko Koivu
Niklas Kronwall
Kari Lehtonen
Ryan Miller
Antero Niittymaki
Zach Parise
Joni Pitkanen
Tomas Plekanec
Brian Pothier
Tony Salmelainen
Alexander Svitov
Anton Volchenkov
Special: Manchester Monarchs
Special: Finnish All-Stars

In operation since 1936, the American Hockey League serves as the top development league for all 30 National Hockey League clubs. The 2004-05 season sees 28 teams competing for the coveted Calder Cup championship, and more than 5.5 million fans have already attended AHL games this year alone.

Source: American Hockey League
Date: March 23, 2005

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