(PHILADELPHIA) - The road to the NHL is becoming a straight one for former UAH standout Jared Ross.
The AHL center has been named on the PlanetUSA All-Star team, and will represent his team, the Philadelphia Phantoms, in the AHL All-Star Classic on January 28.
Ross currently leads the Phantoms in scoring with 12 goals and 23 assists in 35 games played, He's in his 2nd season with the Philadelphia Flyers' top farm club.
One of the most prolific scorers in UAH history, Ross finished his career 2nd all-time in points at UAH with 159 points (73 goals, 86 assists).
The Huntsville native along with fellow former Charger netminder Scott Munroe have led the Phantoms to a 26-10 record and 1st place in the AHL East.
The 25-year old Ross will be playing in his first All-Star game.
His father, Doug, retired as the head coach of the Chargers last year after a 25-year career at Huntsville.