PROVIDENCE -- While most of the B-Sens get a few days off following two straight shootout wins, Eric Gryba, Robin Lehner, and Coach Luke Richardson on the other hand are taking part in All Star Game activities tonight.
Gryba registered 99.6 miles per hour in the Fastest Shot Competition. That was good for fastest in the East, but still 2.2 mph slower than the winner.
Lehner only allowed one goal in the Rapid Fire Competition. Then saved two out of three shots in the Pass and Score Competition. He then finished with four saves in the 6-Man Breakaway Relay.
The West came from behind to win the competition 12-11.
The All Star Game is scheduled for Monday night in Providence.
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