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Tuesday, December 29, 2009

So much for the suspense

Why wait until we get the release from the league tomorrow?
Russo says Khudobin is an All-Star, so by all means, let the party start now.
The Aeros will have two players in the game, and that is good news for the up and down Aeros.

Earlier today, Max Noreau was announced as a player on the Canadian side and Khudobin will play for the Planet USA team.

Congrats to both players, who are both very much deserving of the honor.

Even though Anton is winless in December, his numbers are still very good. This just goes to show you how well he played in November.

Congrats, again, to both players.


artandhockey said...

Bravo, Anton Khudobin.... that calls for celebration.. TWO Aeros in the AHL ALL STARS GAME!

ICEVET said...

Well-deserved recognition for both outstanding competitors and the enigmatic Aeros Team.

Despite a volatile December, in 20 contests, Khudobin has put together impressive numbers thus far (including 4 shutouts) in his inaugural regular AHL season.

Many fans might have forgotten that Corey Locke potted a record 4 goals (Texas hat trick) in last season's All-Star contest.

Go Aeros!

Anonymous said...

Congrats Anton, great job!