Rookie forward Aaron Lewadniuk was the only Reign player chosen to the ECHL All-Star team when reserves were announced Thursday.
Lewadniuk is tied for second on the Reign with eight goals, most among the team’s
seven rookies. He’s also one of only four players on the team (along
with Kyle Kraemer, C.J. Stretch and Shawn Germain) who doesn’t have a minus rating (even-0).
Although he’s been scoreless since play resumed after the Christmas holiday break, Lewadniuk had been hot to start the month of December (around the time ballots were cast), with five goals and one assist in eight games. For the season he also has four assists and 19 penalty minutes, including a fight in the second game of the season.
Lewadniuk is one of only 8 (out of 21 total) All-Stars from the Western
Conference, one of 11 rookies and one of 20 first-time ECHL All-Stars. More on him in tomorrow’s editions of the Sun and Daily Bulletin.
Here are the rest of the ECHL All-Stars who will take on the Bakersfield Condors on Jan. 26 …
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