NHL All-Star tally – three weeks

Claude Giroux continues his breakout season with 13 goals and 12 assists. (Nick Laham/Getty Images)

Claude Giroux continues his breakout season with 13 goals and 12 assists. (Nick Laham/Getty Images)

For the third week of voting, barely any Flyers players changed their positions, but there were some shifts to be found with other players.

Mike Richards and Claude Giroux remained in the same spot. Giroux continues to lead all write-in candidates for forwards with 147,993 votes. Danny Briere moved up one spot as Jeff Carter fell one.

Kris Letang of Pittsburgh received a massive push of almost 100,000 votes to vault him from fourth into first position among defensemen. Chris Pronger, who was originally only 93 votes out of first has now fallen to 16,000 behind the leader. Kimmo Timonen remains at fifth position.

The top two goaltenders have, yet again, not changed. Carey Price of Montreal still leads over rookie Sergei Bobrovsky, but the margin has grown 10,000 votes since last week. Price now holds roughly a 40,000 vote edge over Bobrovsky.

As it stands now, the six players going to the All-Star game are Sidney Crosby (PIT), Jonathan Toews (CHI), Steven Stamkos (TBL), Letang (PIT), Pronger (PHI), Price (MTL).

Now that you’ve seen where the Flyers stand, it’s time to boost them up in the standings more. How? By heading on over to vote. Finished voting already? Well then go do it again. Have a phone handy? Text the last name of the player to 81812. And while that’s sending, you can go ahead and vote online a few more times.

Please note that for forwards and defensemen, I have posted only the top 30. To see the entire rankings, visit the NHL’s site.

Forwards
1. Sidney Crosby, Pittsburgh – 319,809
2. Jonathan Toews, Chicago – 196,792
3. Steven Stamkos, Tampa Bay – 191,265
4. Alex Ovechkin, Washington – 168,684
5. Evgeni Malkin, Pittsburgh – 159,119
6. Patrick Kane, Chicago – 152,859
7. Mike Richards, Philadelphia – 151,354
8. Michael Cammalleri, Montreal – 150,544
9. *Claude Giroux, Philadelphia – 147,993
10. Pavel Datsyuk, Detroit – 138,204
11. Danny Briere, Philadelphia – 132,826
12. Tomas Plekanec, Montreal – 131,799
13. Marian Hossa, Chicago – 125,905
14. Brian Gionta, Montreal – 113,307
15. Henrik Zetterberg, Detroit – 110,060
16. Johan Franzen, Detroit – 82,550
17. Eric Staal, Carolina – 81,130
18. Jeff Carter, Philadelphia – 80,336
19. Nicklas Backstrom, Washington – 71,404
20. *Sean Avery, NY Rangers – 64,450
21. *Alexander Semin, Washington – 62,611
22. *Patrick Sharp, Chicago – 61,711
23. Henrik Sedin, Vancouver – 52,974
24. Daniel Sedin, Vancouver – 48,354
25. *Chad LaRose, Carolina – 43,900
26. Marian Gaborik, NY Rangers – 42,275
27. Phil Kessel, Toronto – 39,069
28. Anze Kopitar, Los Angeles – 38,593
29. Martin St. Louis, Tampa Bay – 36,274
30. Joe Thornton, San Jose – 35,904

73. *Ville Leino, Philadelphia – 7,023

Defensemen
1. *Kris Letang, Pittsburgh – 210,807
2. Chris Pronger, Philadelphia – 194,602
3. Duncan Keith, Chicago – 188,744
4. Nicklas Lidstrom, Detroit – 187,818
5. Kimmo Timonen, Philadelphia – 156,461
6. *P.K. Subban, Montreal – 127,112
7. Brent Seabrook, Chicago – 126,394
8. Drew Doughty, Los Angeles – 115,928
9. Mike Green, Washington – 108,092
10. Brian Rafalski, Detroit – 97,601
11. Dustin Byfuglien, Atlanta – 95,632
12. Paul Martin, Pittsburgh – 79,762
13. Zdeno Chara, Boston – 78,132
14. Marc Staal, NY Rangers – 64,079
15. Andrei Markov, Montreal – 56,630
16. Dan Boyle, San Jose – 52,167
17. Shea Weber, Nashville – 45,334
18. Joni Pitkanen, Carolina – 44,760
19. Brian Campbell, Chicago – 43,703
20. Dion Phaneuf, Toronto – 39,510
21. Sergei Gonchar, Ottawa – 39,342
22. *Tim Gleason, Carolina – 31,147
23. Tomas Kaberle, Toronto – 29,078
24. *Josh Gorges, Montreal – 27,901
25. *Brooks Orpik, Pittsburgh – 27,775
26. *John-Michael Liles, Colorado – 27,479
27. Dan Hamhuis, Vancouver – 24,552
28. *John Carlson, Washington – 19,581
29. *Dan Girardi, NY Rangers – 18,173
30. Stephane Robidas, Dallas – 17,623

Goaltenders:
1. *Carey Price, Montreal – 209,025
2. *Sergei Bobrovsky, Philadelphia – 169,680
3. Marc-Andre Fleury, Pittsburgh – 152,264
4. Tim Thomas, Boston – 101,391
5. Jaroslav Halak, St. Louis – 94,213
6. *Jimmy Howard, Detroit – 84,137
7. Ryan Miller, Buffalo – 71,954
8. Cam Ward, Carolina – 57,495
9. Henrik Lundqvist, NY Rangers – 50,665
10. Roberto Luongo, Vancouver – 48,513
11. Jonathan Quick, Los Angeles – 47,957
12. Antti Niemi, San Jose – 34,670
13. *Michal Neuvirth, Washington – 28,852
14. *Marty Turco, Chicago – 27,642
15. Craig Anderson, Colorado – 23,662
16. Jean-Sebastien Giguere, Toronto – 21,158
17. Martin Brodeur, New Jersey – 20,043
18. Miikka Kiprusoff, Calgary – 14,923
19. Niklas Backstrom, Minnesota – 14,335
20. Ilya Bryzgalov, Phoenix – 14,149
21. Pekka Rinne, Nashville – 11,969
22. *Jonas Hiller, Anaheim – 11,163
23. *Antero Niittymaki, San Jose – 10,823
24. *Corey Crawford, Chicago – 8,131
25. *Jonas Gustavsson, Toronto – 7,207
26. Nikolai Khabibulin, Edmonton – 6,425
27. *Semyon Varlamov, Washington – 6,024
28. Tomas Vokoun, Florida – 5,461

* Write-in vote

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