The Texas Stars top line continued to collect AHL honors on Thursday when the league announced the first and second all-star team.
Travis Morin and Colton Sceviour were named the first-team center and left wing, one day after left wing Curtis McKenzie was named to the all-rookie team.
Morin has an AHL-leading 81 points in 62 games, he’s also second in assists (50) and third in goals (31). Sceviour hasn’t played an AHL game since early March, but is still second in goals with 32 — three behind Charlotte’s Zach Boychuck.
2013-14 AHL First All-Star Team
Goaltender – Jake Allen, Chicago Wolves (49gp, 30-16-3, 2.09gaa, .926sv%, 6so)
Defense – T.J. Brennan, Toronto Marlies (70gp, 22+44=66pts., 12 PPG, 4 GWG)
Defense – Adam Clendening, Rockford IceHogs (70gp, 12+44=56pts., +7, 19 PP pts.)
Left Wing – Mike Hoffman, Binghamton Senators (51gp, 30+37=67pts., +11, 12 PPG)
Center – Travis Morin, Texas Stars (62gp, 31+50=81pts., +13, 10 PPG)
Right Wing – Colton Sceviour, Texas Stars (54gp, 32+31=63pts., +11, 13 PPG, 6 GWG)
2013-14 AHL Second All-Star Team
Goaltender – Petr Mrazek, Grand Rapids Griffins (30gp, 22-7-1, 2.03gaa, .927sv%, 3so)
Defense – Adam Almquist, Grand Rapids Griffins (69gp, 4+48=52pts., +9, 27 PP pts.)
Defense – Brad Hunt, Oklahoma City Barons (62gp, 11+38=49pts., +9, 9 PPG)
Left Wing – Zach Boychuk, Charlotte Checkers (65gp, 35+35=70pts., 17 PPG, 4 GWG)
Center – Andy Miele, Portland Pirates (65gp, 27+42=69pts., 33 PP pts.)
Right Wing – Spencer Abbott, Toronto Marlies (64gp, 17+52=69pts., +10, 9 PPG)