The USPHL announced its 2020-21 Pacific Division All-Stars as voted by the division's coaches yesterday April 15th.
In the announcement seven Fresno Monsters' players were named to the All-Star lineup:
Jackson Bauml, Fresno Monsters (Defense ‘01 Kindersley, Sas.)
Bauml appeared in 40 games for the Monsters, scoring eight goals and 23 points. Two goals and two assists came on power-play chances and he added an assist while shorthanded. With 131 games, he is 11th all-time in that category for the Monsters organization.
Leon Biller, Fresno Monsters (Forward ‘02 Valencia, Calif.)
Biller played just 26 games with the Monsters, but that was enough to rack up 21 goals and 44 points, one of his goals a game-winner. Biller found the range for three goals and eight assists while on power plays and another three goals with a single assist while shorthanded. Biller was assessed just eight minutes in penalties this past season.
Antoine Dumoulin, Fresno Monsters (Defense ‘00 Ste-Pierre-Les Becquets, Que.)
Dumoulin scored six goals and collected 24 points in 34 games with the Monsters. He scored once and set up another 10 on power plays. He finished second on the team in takeaways (148), just behind Bauml’s team-leading 176. Dumoulin had previous USPHL experience in Daytona before joining Fresno.
Jacob Gagnon, Fresno Monsters (Forward ‘02 Reedley, Calif.)
Gagnon played 35 games this past season, scoring 21 goals and collecting 46 points, three of his goals being game-winners. While up a skater, Gagnon scored eight times and collected 13 points, adding a couple of assists while shorthanded.
Mihail Gavrilenko, Fresno Monsters (Forward ‘01 Astana, Kazakhstan)
Gavrilenko led the Monsters in points, scoring 23 goals and collecting 56 points in 35 games and two of the goals were game-winners. Gavrilenko was consistent on power plays, scoring seven goals and collecting 13 points and he also contributed three goals and a set up with the Monsters shorthanded.
Knute Loe, Fresno Monsters (Goalie ‘00 Cochrane, Alb.)
Loe went to the crease for 20 games this past season, putting together a record of 15-5-0-0 with a pair of shutouts. He kicked out all but 50 of the 619 shots he faced for a 2.66 Goals Against Average and a Save Percentage of .919.
Anton Svensson, Fresno Monsters (Forward ‘00 Jonkoping, Sweden)
In 28 games, Svensson collected 25 goals and 45 points and five of his goals were game-winners. Svensson counted three goals and eight points on power plays and another three goals along with one helper while shorthanded.