WICHITA, Kan. – For the third straight year, The Sin Bin will provide on-site, multi-platform coverage of the ECHL All-Star Classic. Our coverage of the 25th ECHL All-Star Classic, from Wichita, Kansas will begin Monday, January 21, 2020.
This year, The Sin Bin will have more than six hours of live coverage from the ECHL All-Star Classic, including, for the first time ever, the game broadcast on The Sin Bin app. Additionally, fans will be able to keep tabs with everything happening in Wichita through our vast array of social media channels, plus written, photo, and video content on the site.
“The ECHL All-Star Classic is a celebration of the best players and coaches in the ECHL, the longevity of the ECHL and growth of minor pro hockey in North America,” said Matthew Harding, The Sin Bin’s Editor-in-Chief. “We are proud and honored to air 2020 ECHL All-Star Classic, plus bring all the latest news, and stories from this fantastic event to our wonderful fans.”
Anchoring the site’s coverage of the event is award-winning journalist and Editor-in-Chief of TheSinBin.net, Matthew Harding. Joining him will be The Sin Bin’s social media editor and Wichita Thunder correspondent, Matthew Will, Wichita Thunder photographers Ed Bailey and Cat Gonzales, Chief Technology Officer, Matt Thomas, and current Wichita Thunder game analyst, Zach Courter.
Our coverage kicks off with a special edition of the “In the Corners Podcast — Live from ECHL All-Star FanFest”, hosted by Matthew Harding and Zach Courter on Tuesday, January 21 from 7:30-9 pm Central time. Harding and Courter will interview all-star players, league dignitaries, and others associated with the event.
The All-Star festivities kick into overdrive on Wednesday, January 22 with a one-hour ECHL All-Star Pregame Show, hosted by Harding and Matthew Will, beginning at 6 pm Central time. Then, stay tuned for the broadcast of the 25th ECHL All-Star Classic, led by play-by-play announcer Zach Courter, and analysts Matthew Harding and Matthew Will. The night wraps up with the ECHL All-Star Postgame Show, immediately after the game.
“Being the streaming home for the ECHL All-Star Classic on TheSinBin.net and The Sin Bin app is a watershed moment for our website,” Harding said. “We are grateful to ECHL Commissioner Ryan Crelin, Joe Babik, and Wichita Thunder leadership for the honor of bringing it to hockey fans across North America.”
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