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2nd RHI All-Star Game
1 2 3 4</th> Total
West 5 1 2 4</td>

<td>12</td>

East 2 4 5 3</td>

<td>14</td>

Date July 15, 1995
Arena Kiel Center
City St. Louis, Missouri
MVP Tony Szabo (Detroit)
Attendance 9,166

The 2nd Roller Hockey International All-Star Game was held at the Kiel Center in St. Louis, Missouri, home of the St. Louis Vipers, in conjunction with the Vipers moving into the new Kiel Center for the 1995 season. The game was held between two teams, each representing a conference (Eastern and Western) of Roller Hockey International (RHI). The Eastern Conference team won the game 14–12. The next RHI All-Star Game, the 3rd, would be held in 1996 in Anaheim, California.

Rosters Edit

Eastern Conference Western Conference
Coach: Template:Country data CAN Yvan Cournoyer (Montreal Roadrunners) Template:Country data CAN Grant Sonier (Anaheim Bullfrogs)
Assistant Coach: Template:Country data CAN Perry Turnbull (St. Louis Vipers) Template:Country data CAN Dave Cairns (Vancouver Voodoo)
Captains: Template:Country data USA Rik Wilson Template:Country data CAN Doug Lawrence
Starters:

Template:Country data CAN 35 – G Sylvain Rodrigue (Ottawa Loggers)
Template:Country data CAN 44 – D Andre Brassard (Montreal Roadrunners)
Template:Country data CAN 37 – F Gerry St. Cyr (New Jersey Rockin Rollers)
Template:Country data USA 25 – F Tony Szabo (Detroit Motor City Mustangs)
Template:Country data USA 65 – F Chris Tucker (Minnesota Blue Ox)

Template:Country data USA 1 – G Rob Laurie (Anaheim Bullfrogs)
Template:Country data USA 4 – D Scott Drevitch (Oklahoma Coyotes)
Template:Country data RUS 77 – F Sergei Berdnikov (Sacramento River Rats)
Template:Country data CAN 61 – F Victor Gervais (Anaheim Bullfrogs)
Template:Country data CAN 9 – F Doug Lawrence (Oklahoma Coyotes) - (C)

Reserves:

Template:Country data USA 31 – G Chris Rogles (St. Louis Vipers)
Template:Country data CAN 2 – D Chad Biafore (New Jersey Rockin Rollers)
Template:Country data CAN 9 – D Don Martin (Philadelphia Bulldogs)
Template:Country data USA 4 – D Rik Wilson (St. Louis Vipers) - (C)
Template:Country data CAN 7 – F Frank Cirone (St. Louis Vipers)
Template:Country data CAN 22 – F Daniel Larin (Orlando Rollergators)
Template:Country data CAN 77 – F Mike Martens (Chicago Cheetahs)
Template:Country data CAN 61 – F Christian Skoryna (St. Louis Vipers)
Template:Country data CAN 19 – F John Vecchiarelli (Buffalo Stampede)

Template:Country data LAT 30 – G Sergei Naumov (Sacramento River Rats)
Template:Country data LAT 24 – D Arturs Kupaks (San Diego Barracudas)
Template:Country data USA 21 – D Darren Perkins (Anaheim Bullfrogs)
Template:Country data CAN 7 – D Steve Wilson (Los Angeles Blades)
Template:Country data CAN 11 – F Michel Couvrette (Phoenix Cobras)
Template:Country data CAN 47 – F Ryan Harrison (Vancouver Voodoo)
Template:Country data USA 13 – F Jay Murphy (San Jose Rhinos)
Template:Country data CAN 81 – F Chris Robertson (Oakland Skates)
Template:Country data CAN 8 – F Mark Woolf (San Jose Rhinos)

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