Preliminary results for NHL All-Star Fan voting - After 4 weeks

Tuesday, 14.12.2010 / 2:00 PM / News
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Preliminary results for NHL All-Star Fan voting - After 4 weeks
MONTREAL – After another week of voting, Carey Price is still on top, but he’s got some stiff competition between the pipes.

Still leading all NHL netminders with 250,256 votes, Price is currently the third-highest vote-getter in the league, but with 218,350 votes of his own, Penguins goalie Marc-Andre Fleury has made up some serious ground on the 23-year-old Hab.

A few other Canadiens have moved up the ranks this week, most notably Michael Cammalleri, whose 181,745 are good enough for seventh place among all NHL forwards. Tomas Plekanec’s numbers are also up this week, placing the Czech center 11th on the league’s list followed closely by Brian Gionta in 14th place.

Write-in candidate P.K. Subban dropped to No. 7 among blue-liners with his 151,672 votes, although the Habs’ rookie still has a long way to go to catch No.1 defenseman Kris Letang or No.2 Duncan Keith.

Visit vote.nhl.com to cast your ballot. Voting closes January 2 at 11:59 p.m.


Forward
Rank Player team number of votes
1 Sidney crosby 410 754
2 Jonathan Toews 244 774
3 Steven Stamkos 219 090
4 EVgeni malkin 211 699
5 Alex Ovechkin
191 892
7
Michael Cammalleri 181 745
11 Tomas Plekanec 159 187
14 Brian Gionta 138 334


Defensemen
RANk PLAyer team number of votes
1  KRISTOPHER LETANG 293 584
2 Duncan Keith 234 514
3 Chris Pronger
229 147
4 Nicklas Lidstrom 216 154
5 Kimmo Timonen 183 205
7 P.K. Subban 151 672
15 Andrei Markov 52 316
Goaltender
RANK PLAyer team number of votes
1 Carey Price 250 256
2 Marc-André Fleury 218 350
3 Sergei Bobrovsky
202 254
4 Tim THomas
118 074
5 Jaroslav Halak 103 653