The Toledo Walleye will be represented by defenseman Ben Youds and forward Luke Glendening at the ECHL All-Star Game on Jan. 23.
The league announced the reserves today for the all-star game that will be held in Loveland, Colo.
Youds is tied for first among all ECHL defensemen with 26 points. Youds has scored four goals and dished out a team-high 22 assists.
Youds, 24, is in his second full season. The Minnesota native is in his first year with the Walleye.
Glendening, who is currently recalled to Grand Rapids of the American Hockey League, is third among all ECHL rookies with 14 goals. Glendening has 21 points in 27 games and has a plus-minus rating of plus-13.
Glendening, 23, is a native of Grand Rapids, Mich. and was a captain at the University of Michigan.
The Walleye have no starters in the all-star game that will feature the Colorado Eagles taking on the ECHL All-Stars.