Wednesday, November 28, 2007

All Star East voting

Thought it would be interesting to take a peek at All-Star East voting through Monday. Here are the top 15:

Sidney Crosby, Pittsburgh, 177,873
Daniel Alfredsson, Ottawa, 80,211
Vincent Lecavalier, Tampa Bay, 73,743
Daniel Briere, Philadelphia, 62,867
Alex Ovechkin, Washington, 55,692
Ilya Kovalchuk, Atlanta, 52,948
Dany Heatley, Ottawa, 47,957
Saku Koivu, Montreal, 46,554
Maxim Afinogenov Buffalo, 33,080
Evgeni Malkin, Pittsburgh, 32,688
Chris Drury, N.Y. Rangers, 27,481
Jaromir Jagr, N.Y. Rangers, 26,267
Mats Sundin, Toronto, 25,683
Jason Blake, Toronto, 24,333
Alex Kovalev, Montreal, 23,922

I'll skip the Sidney Crosby joke about his mom voting for him (but I am thinking it) and just note the huge difference between him and the next person on the list, Daniel Alfredsson - 97,662. I'm happy to see Ovie rounding out the top five, but I'm even happier to see Chris Drury beating Jaromir Jagr. After this interview, Rangers fans should be happily clicking away for Drury.

You can see the whole list here.

x-posted to Capital Addiction

6 comments:

Lucky13 said...
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Lucky13 said...

Not sure how that happened with Drury - I think his Buffalo days are spilling over into voters' minds.

KMS2 said...

I can't believe Martin St. Louis isn't at the top. And where are some of the top Carolina guys? Ugh...Drury is overrated.

Kirsten said...

If you are lazy, I added a link to the all star ballot to the sidebar of my blog. That way you don't have to look for the damn thing like I did.

Kerriberry7228 said...

That Jagr interview makes me want to kill myself. In more ways than you know.

Yeah.

Anyway, all star voting gives me a headache, so I only did it once, to vote for Rory last season.

KMS2 said...

That way you don't have to look for the damn thing like I did.

OMG, I did the same thing!! Why the hell wouldn't NHL.com put a link to it on the front page?? I finally went to the Kings front page which had a link to the voting site.