Now, Gernander will be honored by the
He will be inducted at a January 28th ceremony at the 2013 AHL All-Star Classic in Providence. He'll enter with Harvey Bennett Jr., Jim Morrison and
It's a well deserved honor of a guy who has been associated with the league for 22 years. Gernander, 43, is entering his sixth season as head coach after serving as an assistant for two years.
Before coaching, he played for 14 seasons with Moncton, Binghamton and Hartford. Gernander had 624 points (293 goals, 331 assists) in 973 games and retired in 2005 as the AHL's highest scoring American-born player in league history.