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Thursday, December 21, 2006

All-Star voting update

The NHL released this All-Star voting update today. Here are the top three:

Eastern Conference:
1. Sidney Crosby, Pittsburgh Penguins, 626,175 votes
2. Alex Ovechkin, Washington Capitals, 356,215 votes
3. Daniel Briere, Buffalo Sabres, 350,699 votes
15. Marco Sturm, Boston Bruins, 131,701 votes (Keep in mind all of these votes are write-ins because Sturm is not on the ballot)
21. Patrice Bergeron, Boston Bruins, 96,240 votes

1. Brian Campbell, Buffalo Sabres, 422,573 votes
2. Sheldon Souray, Montreal Canadiens, 394,226 votes
3. Bryan McCabe, Toronto Maple Leafs, 388,387 votes
4. Zdeno Chara, Boston Bruins, 380,670 votes

1. Ryan Miller, Buffalo Sabres, 410,660 votes
2. Martin Brodeur, New Jersey Devils, 336,079 votes
3. Marc-Andre Fleury, Pittsburgh Penguins, 293,670 votes

Western Conference
1. Joe Thornton, San Jose Sharks, 535,134 votes
2. Patrick Marleau, San Jose Sharks, 368,827 votes
3. Joe Sakic, Colorado Avalanche, 363,720 votes

1. Scott Niedermayer, Anaheim Angels, 447,502 votes
2. Rory Fitzpatrick, Vancouver Canucks, 428,832 votes (Keep in mind all of these votes are write-ins because Fitzpatrick is not on the ballot)
3. Nicklas Lidstrom, Detroit Red Wings, 427,364 votes

1. Roberto Luongo, Vancouver Canucks, 367,528 votes
2. Miikka Kiprusoff, Calgary Flames, 296,186 votes
3. Marty Turco, Dallas Stars, 294,762 votes

All star voting ends January 2nd so keep voting. It is nice to see Joe Thornton doing well. Even though he's with San Jose I still like the guy.

Tonight's game against the Vancouver Canucks should be a good one. I am curious though whether Lewis will go easy against the Canucks. It would make sense in order to save stregnth for Saturday's far more important game against the Montreal Canadiens.

Also, Chiarelli traded Wade Brookbank to Pittsburgh for future consideration. Apparently Brookbank ditched the team one day without permission and was suspended indefinitely.


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