Blackhawks Dominating All-Star Voting

According to the most recent NHL release, five Chicago Blackhawks are now among the top six in NHL All-Star voting.

Up front, Buffalo’s Zemgus Girgensons continues to lead all players with more than 1.2 million votes. Patrick Kane and Jonathan Toews are now second and third, respectively, with more than 800,000 votes each. Patrick Sharp is fifth among forwards with more than 462,000 votes, with Sidney Crosby between Sharp and his two teammates. Marian Hossa is seventh; Evgeni Malkin is between Sharp and Hossa.

On the blue line, Duncan Keith and Brent Seabrook are the top two. Keith has almost 150,000 votes more than Seabrook, who is now more than 70,000 votes in front of PK Subban. Niklas Hjalmarsson has more than 156,000 votes.

In net, Corey Crawford holds a lead of more than 228,000 votes over Montreal netminder Carey Price.

 

2 thoughts on “Blackhawks Dominating All-Star Voting

  1. Well of course! The entire country of Latvia is voting for Girgensons..well good for them. Blackhawk nation keep up the votes.

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