Skills Records

Fastest Skater

Fastest Average Times, Team
13.760 – Colorado Eagles, 2013
13.197 – Adirondack Thunder, 2017
14.089 – USA/World All-Stars, 1998
14.103 – ECHL All-Stars, 2013
14.149 – National All-Stars, 2009

Fastest Times, Individual
13.395 – Jeff Lazaro, USA/World All-Stars, 1998, (New Orleans)
13.455 – Dylan Hood, Colorado Eagles, 2013
13.470 – Alex Krushelnyski, ECHL All-Stars, 2015 (Utah)
13.590 – Scott Tanski, Orlando Solar Bears, 2015
13.620 – Steven McParland, ECHL All-Stars, 2017 (South Carolina)
 
Hardest Shot

Hardest Average Shot, Team
97.900 mph – American All-Stars, 2010
96.050 mph – Southern All-Stars, 1999
95.050 mph – Southern All-Stars, 2001
94.900 mph – American All-Stars, 2008
94.850 mph – American All-Stars, 2007

Hardest Shot, Individual
102.7 mpg – Josh Godfrey (ECHL All-Stars, 2011), South Carolina
102.2 mph     – Jon Awe (American All-Stars, 2007), Gwinnett
101.9 mph – A.J. Thelen (American All-Stars, 2010), Florida
101.5 mph – Sasha Pokulok (National All-Stars, 2010), Bakersfield
101.0 mph – Isaac Smeltzer (Colorado Eagles, 2013)

Rapid Fire

Most Saves, Team
26 of 30 – Western All-Stars, 2004, Frederic Cloutier, Louisiana, 9 of 10; Michael Garnett, Gwinnett, 7 of 10; Dan Ellis, Idaho, 10 of 10
                    – Southern All-Stars, 2001, Kirk Daubenspeck, South Carolina, 7 of 10; Brian Leitza, Baton Rouge, 10 of 10; Jason Saal, Louisiana, 9 of 10

24 of 30 – twice, most recent;
                        National All-Stars, 2006, Marc Magliarditi, Las Vegas, 9 of 10; Brett Jaeger, Fresno, 8 of 10; Jake Moreland, Stockton, 7 of 10

23 of 30 – three times, most recent;
     American All-Stars, 2007, Adam Berkhoel, Dayton, 7 of 10; Cedrick Desjardins, Cincinnati, 7 of 10; David Shantz, Florida, 9 of 10

22 of 30 – American All-Stars, 2010, Braden Holtby, South Carolina, 9 of 10; Todd Ford, South Carolina, 8 of 10; Jeremy Smith, Cincinnati, 5 of 10

Most Saves, Individual
10 of 10 – Ryan MacDonald, (National All-Stars, 2007), Fresno
                    – Dan Ellis, (Western All-Stars, 2004), Idaho
                    – Brian Leitza, (Southern All-Stars, 2001), Baton Rouge
  9 of 10 – nine players, most recent;
                       Braden Holtby, (American All-Stars, 2010), South Carolina

Accuracy Shooting

Most Targets Hit, Team
12 of 19 – ECHL All-Stars, 2013, Andrew Hotham, Wheeling, 4 of 5; Dustin Gazley, Elmira, 4 of 5; Dean Ouellet, San Francisco, 4 of 5

11 of 18 – National All-Stars, 2010, Ryan Kinasewich, Utah, 4 of 4; Shawn Weller, Bakersfield, 4 of 6; Greg Hogeboom, Ontario, 3 of 8

11 of 19 – Northern All-Stars, 2003, Brad Rooney, Reading, 4 of 6; Jamie Herrington, Richmond, 3 of 8; Jason Jaffray, Roanoke, 4 of 5

11 of 20 – Southern All-Stars, 1999, Cail MacLean, Jacksonville, 4 of 7; Dave Seitz, South Carolina, 4 of 5; Jason Elders, Mobile, 3 of 8

Most Targets Hit, Individual
4 of 4 – Ryan Kinasewich, (National All-Stars, 2010), Utah
              – Ash Goldie, (National All-Stars, 2008), Victoria
4 of 5 – six players, most recent;
                     Andrew Hotham (ECHL All-Stars, 2013), Wheeling
4 of 6 – seven players, most recent;
                     Shawn Weller, (National All-Stars, 2010), Bakersfield

Breakaway Relay

Most Goals Scored, Team
8 – twice, most recent;
          National All-Stars, 2006
7 – four times, most recent;
          American All-Stars, 2010
6 – five times, most recent;
         American All-Stars, 2006

Most Saves, Team
16   –     American All-Stars, 2010, Todd Ford, South Carolina, 5 of 6; Jeremy Smith, Cincinnati, 5 of 6; Braden Holtby, South Carolina, 6 of 6
         – American All-Stars, 2007, Adam Berkhoel, Dayton, 6 of 6; Cedrick Desjardins, Cincinnati, 5 of 6; David Shantz, Florida, 5 of 6

14   –     five times, most recent;
                    National All-Stars, 2010, David Shantz, Victoria, 4 of 6; Richard Bachman, Idaho, 5 of 6; Timo Pielmeier, Bakersfield, 5 of 6

13 –     five times, most recent;
           American All-Stars, 2008, Craig Kowalski, Gwinnett, 5 of 6;  Anton Khudobin, Texas, 4 of 6; Justin Peters, Florida, 4 of 6

Most Saves, Individual
6 of 6 – eight times, most recent;
                   Patrick Killeen, (ECHL All-Stars, 2011), Wheeling
8 of 9 – two times, most recent;
                    Maxime Gingras, (Northern All-Stars, 1999), Richmond
5 of 6 – 21 times, most recent;
                     Richard Bachman, (National All-Stars, 2010), Idaho
                      Todd Ford, (American All-Stars, 2010), South Carolina
                      Timo Pielmeier, (National All-Stars, 2010), Bakersfield
                       Jeremy Smith, (American All-Stars, 2010), Cincinnati