January 8, 2008

Your Eastern and Western Conference All Star Starting Lineups


EASTERN CONFERENCE
Sidney Crosby (2nd)
Vincent Lecavalier (3rd)
Daniel Alfredsson (5th)
Zdeno Chara (3rd)
Andrei Markov (1st)
Martin Brodeur (10th)

WESTERN CONFERENCE
Henrik Zetterberg (2nd)
Pavel Datsyuk (2nd)
Jarome Iginla (4th)
Dion Phaneuf (2nd)
Nicklas Lidstrom (10th)
Roberto Luongo (3rd)

*Number of All Star appearances in parenthesis

FINAL VOTING TALLY
Eastern Conference Goaltenders
Martin Brodeur New Jersey 220,392
Henrik Lundqvist NY Rangers 175,350
Cristobal Huet Montreal 170,215
Martin Biron Philadelphia 123,025
Ryan Miller Buffalo 90,146
Ray Emery Ottawa 56,293
Rick DiPietro NY Islanders 55,395
Cam Ward Carolina 42,753
Olaf Kolzig Washington 34,712
Tomas Vokoun Florida 28,029

Forwards
Sidney Crosby Pittsburgh 507,274
Vincent Lecavalier Tampa Bay 224,661
Daniel Alfredsson Ottawa 224,483
Daniel Briere Philadelphia 188,740
Alex Ovechkin Washington 177,574
Ilya Kovalchuk Atlanta 173,629
Dany Heatley Ottawa 134,782
Saku Koivu Montreal 112,794
Maxim Afinogenov Buffalo 111,425
Chris Drury NY Rangers 92,337
Evgeni Malkin Pittsburgh 79,566
Mats Sundin Toronto 77,814
Jason Blake Toronto 72,905
Jaromir Jagr NY Rangers 72,646
Alex Kovalev * Montreal 67,340
Simon Gagne Philadelphia 63,074
Jason Spezza Ottawa 62,595
Marian Hossa Atlanta 58,991
Thomas Vanek Buffalo 56,936
Mike Richards * Philadelphia 55,145
Martin St. Louis Tampa Bay 47,798
Patrik Elias New Jersey 47,536
Brendan Shanahan NY Rangers 46,016
Vyacheslav Kozlov Atlanta 39,528
Eric Staal Carolina 35,179
Marc Savard Boston 27,870
Bill Guerin NY Islanders 27,097
Scott Gomez NY Rangers 26,936
Olli Jokinen Florida 25,959
Justin Williams Carolina 21,532
Brian Gionta New Jersey 20,752
Brad Richards Tampa Bay 15,458

* write-in candidate

Defensemen
Andrei Markov Montreal 316,136
Zdeno Chara Boston 271,272
Brian Campbell Buffalo 205,332
Tomas Kaberle Toronto 193,634
Kimmo Timonen Philadelphia 156,471
Wade Redden Ottawa 150,284
Jay Bouwmeester Florida 140,058
Ryan Whitney Pittsburgh 138,655
Bryan McCabe Toronto 111,154
Dan Boyle Tampa Bay 106,203
Chris Phillips Ottawa 103,203
Henrik Tallinder Buffalo 86,070

Western Conference Goaltenders
Roberto Luongo Vancouver 263,221
Pascal Leclaire Columbus 180,381
Dominik Hasek Detroit 119,465
J-S Giguere Anaheim 102,051
Miikka Kiprusoff Calgary 84,416
Niklas Backstrom Minnesota 79,727
Evgeni Nabokov San Jose 58,434
Nikolai Khabibulin Chicago 53,217
Marty Turco Dallas 47,680

Forwards

Henrik Zetterberg Detroit 326,244
Pavel Datsyuk Detroit 303,309
Jarome Iginla Calgary 244,538
Mike Cammalleri Los Angeles 165,042
Joe Sakic Colorado 162,489
Joe Thornton San Jose 147,795
Jonathan Cheechoo San Jose 143,375
Marian Gaborik Minnesota 139,828
Ryan Getzlaf Anaheim 132,180
Jason Arnott Nashville 127,288
Rick Nash Columbus 118,240
Paul Stastny Colorado 113,928
Mike Modano Dallas 98,086
Paul Kariya St. Louis 76,703
Shane Doan Phoenix 75,595
Anze Kopitar Los Angeles 64,856
Markus Naslund Vancouver 54,788
Ryan Smyth Colorado 50,222
Ales Hemsky Edmonton 49,680
Henrik Sedin Vancouver 47,797
Daniel Sedin Vancouver 46,795
Martin Havlat Chicago 46,321
Milan Hejduk Colorado 42,255
Andy McDonald St. Louis 35,196
Keith Tkachuk St. Louis 32,576
Patrick Marleau San Jose 31,268
Brian Rolston Minnesota 27,423
Daymond Langkow Calgary 26,157
Brenden Morrow Dallas 23,991
Patrick Kane * Chicago 18,589
David Legwand Nashville 13,881

* write-in candidate

Defensemen
Nicklas Lidstrom Detroit 477,787
Dion Phaneuf Calgary 307,358
Chris Pronger Anaheim 206,590
Rob Blake Los Angeles 177,113
Francois Beauchemin Anaheim 151,746
Brian Rafalski Detroit 139,492
Sergei Zubov Dallas 101,585
Sheldon Souray Edmonton 97,539
Scott Hannan Colorado 96,621
Ed Jovanovski Phoenix 91,644
Mattias Ohlund Vancouver 88,579
Lubomir Visnovsky Los Angeles 53,250
Robyn Regehr Calgary 37,022

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3 comments:

A poorly organized band of hockey fanatics said...

I guess my Mike Commodore Write-In Campaign failed miserably. Curses!!!

Ken said...

I just can't believe Pronger or Zubov weren't voted in. They're far more deserving than Phaneuf.

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Anonymous said...

How the hell does McCabe get more votes than Phillips (or anyone for that matter!)? It's bad enough he was even considered in the first place.