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Preliminary results for NHL All-Star Fan voting - After 2 weeks

Monday, 29.11.2010 / 7:05 PM / News
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Preliminary results for NHL All-Star Fan voting - After 2 weeks
MONTREAL – Two weeks into the voting process and Canadiens fans are still going strong.

After leading the way in Week 1 despite being left off the NHL ballot, Carey Price is still at the top of the class between the pipes, pacing the league with 145,726 write-in votes.  The Habs’ netminder is followed by fellow write-in candidate Sergei Bobrovsky of the Philadelphia Flyers with 116,725 votes.

Another write-in candidate for the Canadiens, defenseman P.K. Subban is inching his way up the leaderboard in his own right. Jumping up a spot to No. 8 among NHL blue-liners, the 21-year-old rookie has already accumulated 89, 050 votes to date. Injured rearguard Andrei Markov currently ranks 15th among defenseman with 43,517 votes.

Up front, the Habs have good representation from Michael Cammalleri, Tomas Plekanec and Brian Gionta, who rank sixth, 13 and 14, respectively. With 107,575 votes, Cammalleri is just shy of overtaking Patrick Kane for the fifth spot on the list but well back of Sidney Crosby who has a league-leading 218,791 votes to date.


Forwards
RanK PLAYER TEAM NUMBER OF VOTES
1 Sidney crosby 218 791
2 Steven Stamkos   141 818
3 Jonathan Toews 139 570
4 Alex Ovechkin 120 966
5 Patrick Kane 108 649
6 Michael Cammalleri 107 575
13 Tomas Plekanec 93 528
14 Brian Gionta 77 671


Defensemen
RANK PLAYER TEAM NUMBER OF VOTES
1 Duncan Keith 137 642
2 Chris Pronger 137 549
3 Nicklas Lidstrom
134 626
4 KRISTOPHER LETANG
115 862
5 Kimmo Timonen 110 599
8 P.K. Subban 89 050
15 Andrei Markov 43 517
Goaltenders
RANK PLAYER TEAM NUMBER OF VOTES
1 Carey Price 145 726
2 Sergei Bobrovsky 116 725
3 Marc-André Fleury
92 095
4 Jaroslav Halak
78 168
5 Tim THomas 76 967