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Old 04 Dec 2003, 10:54 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Here's what the Easy looks like far:

Rank Player Team Votes
1. Joe Thornton Boston 20,868
2. Mario Lemieux Pittsburgh 14,581
3. Jeremy Roenick Philadelphia 12,744
4. Mats Sundin Toronto 11,008
5. Joe Nieuwendyk Toronto 8,689
6. Chris Drury Buffalo 8,407
7. Vincent Lecavalier Tampa Bay 8,145
8. Ron Francis Carolina 7,834
9. Saku Koivu Montreal 6,033
10. Eric Lindros N.Y. Rangers 5,953
11. Radek Bonk Ottawa 4,942
12. Simon Gagne Philadelphia 4,683
13. Olli Jokinen Florida 4,242
14. Alexei Yashin N.Y. Islanders 3,704
15. Scott Gomez New Jersey 3,560
16. Robert Lang Washington 3,487
17. Rod Brind?Amour Carolina 3,298
18. John Madden New Jersey 3,161
19. Viktor Kozlov Florida 2,518
20. Michael Peca N.Y. Islanders 2,353
21. Brian Rolston Boston 2,054
22. Keith Primeau Philadelphia 1,844
23. Brad Richards Tampa Bay 1,814
24. Martin Straka * Pittsburgh 1,249
* -- traded to L.A. on Nov. 30

Wings
Rank Player Team Votes
1. Ilya Kovalchuk Atlanta 41,820
2. Marian Hossa Ottawa 21,731
3. Tony Amonte Philadelphia 20,428
4. Martin St. Louis Tampa Bay 19,145
5. Alexander Mogilny Toronto 16,871
6. Owen Nolan Toronto 15,234
7. Jaromir Jagr Washington 13,640
8. Daniel Alfredsson Ottawa 13,241
9. Jamie Langenbrunner New Jersey 12,180
10. Alexei Kovalev N.Y. Rangers 10,531
11. Dany Heatley Atlanta 10,368
12. Jeff O?Neill Carolina 9,791
13. Sergei Samsonov Boston 9,712
14. Glen Murray Boston 9,571
15. Patrik Elias New Jersey 8,712
16. Miroslav Satan Buffalo 8,324
17. Jeff Friesen New Jersey 7,490
18. Peter Bondra Washington 6,600
19. Richard Zednik Montreal 5,802
20. Mariusz Czerkawski # N.Y. Islanders 4,983
21. Martin Havlat Ottawa 3,831
# -- write-in votes

Defensemen
Rank Player Team Votes
1. Scott Stevens New Jersey 31,806
2. Scott Niedermayer New Jersey 29,547
3. Brian Leetch N.Y. Rangers 19,866
4. Eric Desjardins Philadelphia 16,578
5. Zdeno Chara Ottawa 15,933
6. Sergei Gonchar Washington 15,646
7. Wade Redden Ottawa 14,945
8. Bryan McCabe Toronto 14,268
9. Tomas Kaberle Toronto 13,230
10. Kim Johnsson Philadelphia 11,060
11. Danny Markov Carolina 10,381
12. Adrian Aucoin N.Y. Islanders 9,986
13. Dan Boyle Tampa Bay 9,983
14. Brian Rafalski New Jersey 8,403
15. Alexei Zhitnik Buffalo 8,240
16. Tom Poti N.Y. Rangers 7,321
17. Roman Hamrlik N.Y. Islanders 6,912
18. Janne Niinimaa N.Y. Islanders 6,748
19. Chris Phillips Ottawa 4,776
20. Kenny Jonsson N.Y. Islanders 3,142

Goaltenders
Rank Player Team Votes
1. Martin Brodeur New Jersey 40,487
2. Nikolai Khabibulin Tampa Bay 20,991
3. Ed Belfour Toronto 20,503
4. Jose Theodore Montreal 12,718
5. Patrick Lalime Ottawa 12,199
6. Mike Dunham N.Y. Rangers 8,702
7. Roberto Luongo Florida 8,660
8. Olaf Kolzig Washington 4,257



West:


Centers
Rank Player Team Votes
1. Peter Forsberg Colorado 30,584
2. Mike Modano Dallas 18,063
3. Steve Yzerman Detroit 17,561
4. Joe Sakic Colorado 16,939
5. Brendan Morrison Vancouver 13,688
6. Sergei Fedorov Anaheim 9,488
7. Pavol Demitra St. Louis 5,622
8. Doug Weight St. Louis 3,722
9. Patrick Marleau San Jose 3,344
10. Jason Allison Los Angeles 3,208
11. Andrew Cassels Columbus 3,120
12. Mike York Edmonton 2,769
13. Steve Rucchin Anaheim 2,614
14. Vincent Damphousse San Jose 2,612
15. Alexei Zhamnov Chicago 2,094
16. Mike Comrie Edmonton 1,920

Wings
Rank Player Team Votes
1. Todd Bertuzzi Vancouver 35,858
2. Markus Naslund Vancouver 27,836
3. Brett Hull Detroit 19,485
4. Paul Kariya Colorado 19,384
5. Bill Guerin Dallas 19,155
6. Milan Hejduk Colorado 18,536
7. Alex Tanguay Colorado 16,106
8. Brendan Shanahan Detroit 13,444
9. Teemu Selanne Colorado 11,445
10. Zigmund Palffy Los Angeles 11,378
11. Keith Tkachuk St. Louis 10,264
12. Jere Lehtinen Dallas 10,092
13. Jarome Iginla Calgary 9,930
14. Marian Gaborik Minnesota 9,798
15. Petr Sykora Anaheim 6,322
16. Ryan Smyth Edmonton 5,485
17. Andrew Brunette Minnesota 5,336
18. Eric Daze Chicago 4,376
19. Geoff Sanderson Columbus 3,380
20. Shane Doan Phoenix 3,129

Defensemen
Rank Player Team Votes
1. Rob Blake Colorado 32,315
2. Nicklas Lidstrom Detroit 28,911
3. Ed Jovanovski Vancouver 28,207
4. Chris Pronger St. Louis 19,298
5. Adam Foote Colorado 18,068
6. Sergei Zubov Dallas 17,612
7. Chris Chelios Detroit 16,840
8. Mattias Ohlund Vancouver 15,561
9. Teppo Numminen Dallas 11,191
10. Sandis Ozolinsh Anaheim 10,827
11. Al MacInnis St. Louis 10,630
12. Eric Brewer Edmonton 7,580
13. Barret Jackman St. Louis 7,288
14. Filip Kuba Minnesota 6,576
15. Derian Hatcher Detroit 6,083
16. Derek Morris Colorado 4,566
17. Mattias Norstrom Los Angeles 4,217
18. Kimmo Timonen Nashville 4,214
19. Robyn Regehr Calgary 3,146
20. Toni Lydman Calgary 2,910

Goaltenders
Rank Player Team Votes
1. Dan Cloutier Vancouver 19,950
2. Marty Turco Dallas 17,639
3. Jean-Sebastien Giguere Anaheim 17,635
4. Dominik Hasek Detroit 17,531
5. Chris Osgood St. Louis 8,649
6. Curtis Joseph Detroit 7,353
7. Roman Cechmanek Los Angeles 7,042
8. Sean Burke Phoenix 5,907
9. Marc Denis Columbus 5,409
10. Jocelyn Thibault Chicago 4,613
11. Evgeni Nabokov San Jose 4,285
12. Manny Fernandez Minnesota 3,977
13. Tommy Salo Edmonton 3,633
14. Dwayne Roloson Minnesota 3,442
15. Tomas Vokoun Nashville 2,830


What a fucking joke this voting is. Its just a popularity contest. How is washed up, crybaby Lemieux second in the east? He's played like 5 games this season. And even as a Stars fan i'm suprised Modano is second. He hasn't done anything this season so far. And same as Turco and Giguere. How the hell are they 2 and 3. They both played like shit all season. And Cujo, he's played like 3 games, and he's 6th on the list. This is a joke. Some people are so stupid.
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how is lang ranked 16 and modano dosnt deserve to be in 2nd

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yeah most of the voting is stupid. must be the american fans
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yeah most of the voting is stupid. must be the american fans
yep, that must be it.
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bah. the voting system is fucked.

most hockey fans are uninformed morons.

like every other year, it will suck ass.

i'll take my NBA all-star game over that shite everyday of the year
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This voting system is messed up... I mean how can people like lemieux,hatcher,cujo and even comrie make the list??? These guys have played like no games so far this season....
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lol I didn't even notice Hatcher.
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