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Grant Ledyard scored twice and was named first star as the South beat the North 6-5 in the MJHL All-Star Game held Saturday, January 16 in Kenora. The game was part of the community's centennial celebration.

Randy Allen, Derrick Todoruk, Ken Prost, and Ken Petrash added singles for the South, which led 2-1 after one. Both teams were tied at 2 after two. Mark Fenez, Greg Waldvogel, Steve Harder, Donovan McMillan, and Brian Thompson replied for the North. Thompson was named second star. The third star was goalie Derril Trakalo.

North Division South Division
Player Team Player Team
Chris Knapp Winkler Flyers Scott Klassen Fort Garry Blues
Doug Lunney Selkirk Steelers Derril Trakalo St. Boniface Saints
Kerry Baldwin Selkirk Steelers George Chase St. James Canadians
Donovan McMillan Winkler Flyers Tony Kadikoff Kenora Thistles
Dan Mullin Winkler Flyers Grant Ledyard Fort Garry Blues
Mike Omichinski Portage Terriers Brent Morrow Fort Garry Blues
Warren Thorvaldson Selkirk Steelers Bryan Shettler Fort Garry Blues
Gene Vestby Dauphin Kings Derrick Todoruk St. Boniface Saints
Derek Blight Portage Terriers Dan Bissonette Kenora Thistles
Mark Fenez Selkirk Steelers Scott Davidson Fort Garry Blues
Steve Harder Winkler Flyers Ray Meilleur St. Boniface Saints
Blair Hopfner Dauphin Kings Mike Vinsky (see note) Kildonan North Stars
Left Wing
Larry Furkalo Dauphin Kings David Ferguson Kenora Thistles
Jim Kryskow Winkler Flyers Carey Lucyk St. Boniface Saints
Shane Moffatt Portage Terriers Ken Prost St. James Canadians
Greg Waldvogel Selkirk Steelers Russ Rankin Fort Garry Blues
Right Wing
Lyall Cook Portage Terriers Ken Petrash St. Boniface Saints
Dale Krentz Selkirk Steelers Dean Postlewaite Fort Garry Blues
Daryle Lamb Winkler Flyers Mike Ridley St. Boniface Saints
Brian Thompson Winkler Flyers Grant Zimmerman St. James Canadians
Al Hares Selkirk Steelers Joe Cyr St. Boniface Saints
Ron Scherza Selkirk Steelers Ralph Borger St. Boniface Saints

Note: Vinsky was called up to the Winnipeg Warriors of the Western Hockey League and did not play.
Randy Allen of the Kenora Thistles was his replacement. MJHL LOGO.jpg