BAKERSFIELD, Calif. – The ECHL All-Stars defeated the host Bakersfield Condors 9-3 on Wednesday in front of 7,397 fans at Rabobank Arena in the 19th Annual ECHL All-Star Classic presented by CCM and brought to you by Mercy & Memorial Hospitals.
Arcobello opened the scoring just 2:06 into the first period off assists from Andy Bohmbach from Toledo and Cincinnati’s Brian O’Hanley. Alaska’s Chris Langkow doubled the All-Stars lead to 2-0 at 8:54 and Trenton’s Ryan Ginand extended the lead to 3-0 through 20 minutes with a tally at 18:16.
Ginand tallied his second of the night at 1:12 of the third to stretch the ECHL lead back to four. Bakersfield’s Erick Lizon scored an unassisted tally at 4:16 to make it 6-3. The ECHL All-Stars extended the lead back to four at 7:59 on an unassisted goal from Greenville’s Marc-Olivier Vallerand. Langkow scored his second of the night at 16:22 of the third and Lampe capped the scoring at 19:23
Josh Tordjman played the entire game for Bakersfield making 32 saves on 41 shots.