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THE HOCKEY MINOR LEAGUES AT THEIR ALL-STAR BREAKS
Published January 17, 1995
The AHL's first All-Star game since December 1959 takes place tonight at the Providence Civic Center, while the IHL plays its All-Star Game tomorrow in Las Vegas. The AHL game will be televised at 8:00pm EST on ESPN2. AHL President Dave Andrews: "We created a strategy for the next few years to increase the profile of the league" (Judy Van Handle, BOSTON GLOBE, 1/15). In Milwaukee, Mike Hart takes a look at the IHL's progress. IHL Commissioner Bob Ufer: "Our ticket prices are extremely popular. The NHL can't tough that" (MILWAUKEE SENTINEL, 1/17).