The Salt Lake Golden Eagles have placed two players - one actually is a former player - on the International Hockey League's all-star second team.

Right wing and team captain Rich Chernomaz was honored as well as center Marc Bureau, who was traded March 5 by the parent Calgary Flames to the Minnesota North Stars. Bureau is currently involved in the Stanley Cup playoffs with the North Stars.Eagle forward C.J. Young also received an award, being honored as the IHL's American-born Rookie of the Year.

The Peoria Rivermen dominated the All-Star squads, placing three players - David Bruce, Nelson Emerson and Dominik Lavoie - on the first team and four players on the second team. Bruce was selected as the league's Most Valuable Player while Emerson was named Rookie of the Year.

Chernomaz led the team in scoring with 97 points, ninth in the IHL. Bureau's 88 points put him 11th in the league.

Young, who is a graduate of Harvard, had 31 goals and 35 assists in 79 games.

Joining the three Rivermen on the All-Star first team are goalie Dominik Hasek and winger Brian Noonan of the Indianapolis Ice and defensemen Brian McKee of Fort Wayne. Ex-Eagle Jim Johannson, who plays for the Ice, won the Iron Man award.