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Preliminary results for NHL All-Star Fan voting - After 6 weeks

by Staff Writer / Montréal Canadiens
MONTREAL – With just one week left to go until the polls close, Marc-Andre Fleury has knocked Carey Price out of the top spot for the NHL All-Star game this January.

The Penguins’ netminder racked up over 52,000 votes in the past week alone leap over Price for the All-Star starting job with a 311,623 to 309,598 margin. This marks the first time since voting began that Price isn’t leading the way amongst NHL netminders on the road to Raleigh.

Still sitting comfortably in sixth place just ahead of Alex Ovechkin, Michael Cammalleri earned nearly 20,000 votes last week, bringing him within 3,600 votes of knocking Patrick Kane from the fifth-place slot among forwards. To make it into the starting lineup at the midseason classic, the Habs’ winger will have to catch Evgeni Malkin and his 289,878 votes to crack the Top 3. Write-in candidate Tomas Plekanec isn’t far behind Cammalleri in 10th place, followed by Habs captain Brian Gionta in 14th.

Check out the Canadiens' All-Star campaign and cast your ballot here. Voting closes January 3 at 11:59 p.m.

RANK PLAYER TEAM number of votes
1 Sidney crosby 523,822
2 Jonathan Toews 308,192
3 EVgeni malkin 289,878
4 Steven Stamkos 269,917
5 Patrick Kane
Michael Cammalleri 228,021
10 Tomas Plekanec 196,398
14 Brian Gionta 173,356

RANK PLAYER TEAM number of votes
2 Duncan Keith 303,638
3 Chris Pronger
4 Nicklas Lidstrom 260,171
5 Kimmo Timonen 215,243
7 P.K. Subban 185,469
15 Andrei Markov 71,352
RANK PLAYER TEAM number of votes
1 Marc-andré fleury 311,623
2 Carey price 309,598
3 Sergei Bobrovsky
4 Tim THomas
5 Jaroslav Halak 117,151

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