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#1 truebladearmy

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Posted 23 November 2010 - 01:50 PM

Forwards
Sidney Crosby Pittsburgh 118,755
Alex Ovechkin Washington 80,169
Jonathan Toews Chicago 79,953
Steven Stamkos Tampa Bay 78,833
Patrick Kane Chicago 63,969
Mike Richards Philadelphia 59,808
Pavel Datsyuk Detroit 59,372
Marian Hossa Chicago 57,324
Michael Cammalleri Montreal 56,569
Evgeni Malkin Pittsburgh 56,255

Defensemen
Duncan Keith Chicago 82,968
Nicklas Lidstrom Detroit 80,723
Chris Pronger Philadelphia 78,003
Drew Doughty Los Angeles 63,999
Kimmo Timonen Philadelphia 61,951
Mike Green Washington 56,104
Brent Seabrook Chicago 54,419
*Kris Letang Pittsburgh 50,153
*P.K. Subban Montreal 41,268
Zdeno Chara Boston 41,081
Brian Rafalski Detroit 40,901

*Carey Price Montreal 71,199
*Sergei Bobrovsky Philadelphia 58,101
Tim Thomas Boston 47,646
Jaroslav Halak St. Louis 47,483
Marc-Andre Fleury Pittsburgh 44,111
Ryan Miller Buffalo 39,764
*Jimmy Howard Detroit 31,537

*Denotes write-in.

Unfortunately Crosby is at the top, and Toews is somehow above Stamkos.

Lidstrom is second overall for defense-man. Keith barely edging him out, but I kind of agree that Lidstrom/Keith would be interesting to see if only for one game.

Of note is that Howard has 31,000 write in votes.

It should also be noted, 118,754 of the votes for Crosby, came from a 14 year old boy in a Philadelphia basement. The other vote came from Crosby himself (I have this on good authority, don't question me!!)

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Posted 23 November 2010 - 01:57 PM

NO ZETTERBERG?!

GRGAEGUEGHAAAAAARRRRGGGHHHH

Keith and Lids would be a great pairing, but who knows if they'll even wind up on the same team.

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Posted 23 November 2010 - 02:03 PM

that's awesome that Howie has gotten 31,000 writes ins.

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Posted 23 November 2010 - 02:07 PM

Lol that Toews and Kane are even on there at all.

All Star game always has been, and continues to be, a joke.
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Posted 23 November 2010 - 02:18 PM

Forwards
Sidney Crosby Pittsburgh 118,755
Alex Ovechkin Washington 80,169
Jonathan Toews Chicago 79,953
Steven Stamkos Tampa Bay 78,833
Patrick Kane Chicago 63,969
Mike Richards Philadelphia 59,808
Pavel Datsyuk Detroit 59,372
Marian Hossa Chicago 57,324
Michael Cammalleri Montreal 56,569
Evgeni Malkin Pittsburgh 56,255

Defensemen
Duncan Keith Chicago 82,968
Nicklas Lidstrom Detroit 80,723
Chris Pronger Philadelphia 78,003
Drew Doughty Los Angeles 63,999
Kimmo Timonen Philadelphia 61,951
Mike Green Washington 56,104
Brent Seabrook Chicago 54,419
*Kris Letang Pittsburgh 50,153
*P.K. Subban Montreal 41,268
Zdeno Chara Boston 41,081
Brian Rafalski Detroit 40,901

*Carey Price Montreal 71,199
*Sergei Bobrovsky Philadelphia 58,101
Tim Thomas Boston 47,646
Jaroslav Halak St. Louis 47,483
Marc-Andre Fleury Pittsburgh 44,111
Ryan Miller Buffalo 39,764
*Jimmy Howard Detroit 31,537

*Denotes write-in.

Unfortunately Crosby is at the top, and Toews is somehow above Stamkos.

Lidstrom is second overall for defense-man. Keith barely edging him out, but I kind of agree that Lidstrom/Keith would be interesting to see if only for one game.

Of note is that Howard has 31,000 write in votes.

It should also be noted, 118,754 of the votes for Crosby, came from a 14 year old boy in a Philadelphia basement. The other vote came from Crosby himself (I have this on good authority, don't question me!!)

Its very unlikely that anyone in Philadelphia would vote for Crosby, hes hated more than Santa Claus there.

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Posted 23 November 2010 - 02:24 PM

Lol that Toews and Kane are even on there at all.

All Star game always has been, and continues to be, a joke.



The list of players more qualified than those two clowns is high and deep.

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Posted 23 November 2010 - 02:30 PM

Now I hate the Blackhawks too but come on. Kane is averaging a point per game and Toews has 18 points in 23 games while playing well defensively. Both deserve at the very least to be playing in the game. Lets not let our hatred blind us.

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Posted 23 November 2010 - 02:34 PM

Now I hate the Blackhawks too but come on. Kane is averaging a point per game and Toews has 18 points in 23 games while playing well defensively. Both deserve at the very least to be playing in the game. Lets not let our hatred blind us.


A lot of players are? The fact is Toews and Kane have been lackluster this season. The All-Star is and always will be a simple popularity contest. I wish they would take this away from the fans and give the vote directly to experts, to be honest with you.
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Posted 23 November 2010 - 02:35 PM

Now I hate the Blackhawks too but come on. Kane is averaging a point per game and Toews has 18 points in 23 games while playing well defensively. Both deserve at the very least to be playing in the game. Lets not let our hatred blind us.




The all star ballot is insignificant enough that I don't mind being blind by hatred. I will slightly retract and say Kane before Toews.

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Posted 23 November 2010 - 02:47 PM

A lot of players are? The fact is Toews and Kane have been lackluster this season. The All-Star is and always will be a simple popularity contest. I wish they would take this away from the fans and give the vote directly to experts, to be honest with you.

In reality this years all star game is mostly based on last years performance with a little on this years. We all know the Stanley Cup hangover can be a ***** and Im sure the Hawks are feeling it.

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Posted 23 November 2010 - 03:05 PM

Its very unlikely that anyone in Philadelphia would vote for Crosby, hes hated more than Santa Claus there.


The kid's not even a hockey fan. His parents make him watch every game though, and as an act of rebellion he voted nonstop for their least favorite player.

It's true, I saw it on the news.

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Posted 23 November 2010 - 03:12 PM

I hope nobody from the Wings will be selected. Resting for two more days is way more important physically and emotionally.
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Posted 23 November 2010 - 03:36 PM

Stamkos running a train on the NHL right now... behind Toews

Marc Andre Fleury on there at all

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Posted 23 November 2010 - 03:48 PM

Its very unlikely that anyone in Philadelphia would vote for Crosby, hes hated more than Santa Claus there.


I meant Pennsylvania. I was still half asleep :)

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Posted 23 November 2010 - 04:12 PM

looks like only 3 Wings players could make it. that's 3 too much in my book,
but I can live with it.

anyway... whoever expected Sindy Crosby to not be on top...

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Posted 23 November 2010 - 04:16 PM

Eh whatever. Fan voting is stupid as it is. Anyone remember the Hawks board advocating voting for the other top vote getters aside from their 3 starters so that the Wings couldn't get any starters in? That's what it's become. In the end we all know Lids, Dats, probably Z will be there, and I still probably won't watch it. I'll watch the draft, not the game though.

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Posted 23 November 2010 - 04:36 PM

stupid,

I went with Stewart - Stamkos - Crosby, Byfuglien - Lids, Quick
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Posted 23 November 2010 - 04:38 PM

Sean Avery has more votes than Selanne, Getzlaf, Stewart, or Roy?

ugh this is almost depressing, and I'm an Avery fan.

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Posted 23 November 2010 - 08:08 PM

Sean Avery has more votes than Selanne, Getzlaf, Stewart, or Roy?

ugh this is almost depressing, and I'm an Avery fan.


:lol:

I love Avery. That said, he has no business being in an ASG. But I love how Rangers fans are basically trolling the NHL. It all started at some Rangers blog, and spread like wildfire from there I guess.

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Posted 23 November 2010 - 08:33 PM

every all star game is a joke. NHL, NFL, NBA, etc. No way around it





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