It was Toronto Marlies‘ captain Ryan Hamilton(12) putting the cherry on his hat trick for the night to give the Western Conference the win with 11.5 seconds left on the clock breaking the 6-6 tie for the win at the AHL All-Star Game held this season at the Dunkin’ Donuts Center, home of Providence Bruins.
He was also named the game’s MVP, of course.
P-Bruins is always near the top in league attendance, this year at 7,409. The ASG turned out 10,846 hardcores, which is/was a very full building really wanting an Eastern Conference W, despite them hating some of the home squad’s teammates at any regular season game.
They did get a huge cheer going when captain Trent Whitfield(23) tallied the game-tying goal late in the third.