11-30-2006, 04:31 PM #111
I think that's great! I mean, it's funny, and still somewhat tasteful. I can't imagine what didn't make it in. Well, I can, but some people are still quite creative.
Originally Posted by Bubba-Jo-Lyn;2160523;
12-03-2006, 10:23 PM #112
Yoffy lifts a finger...
I saw a sign that said "the gap in your story is bigger than the gap between your teeth".
It was a disappointing game imo.
Edmonton did not play well.
I saw very quickly last week that Jay was second with 130,000 votes
Originally Posted by Rusicade
McCabe was first with 170,000+ if memory serves.
I only saw the graphic very briefly and haven't been able to find updated figures anywhere so I'm not sure if I read it correctly.
That's one heck of a leap from the nhl figures I posted upthread, so I have been questioning my eye-sight.
I was surprised Fleurry was leading the goalie votes for the east.
I'd have thought Miller or even Raycroft simply by virtue of the fact there are so many Leafs fans.
If you're going to vote again, don't forget Rory needs those write-in votes.
From the Vancouver Sun
ETA I just gave in and checked the horribly-slow-to-load Florida Panthers official site and Jay is indeed in second place. He might even be top if he was playing for a decent team
Panthers Defenseman Jay Bouwmeester Jumps to Second Place Among Defensemen in the Eastern Conference All-Star Fan Balloting.
More Than 6.5 Million Votes Cast To Date
November 28, 2006
NEW YORK (November 28, 2006) – Florida Panthers defenseman Jay Bouwmeester jumped into second place among defensemen in the Eastern Conference All-Star Game Fan Balloting with 132,570 votes. Pittsburgh Penguins center Sidney Crosby holds the top spot among Eastern Conference vote-getters with 247,854 votes in COLD-fX/NHL All-Star Fan Balloting, Presented by 2K Sports. The top two defensemen, top three forwards and top one goaltender will start for the Eastern Conference in the 2007 NHL All-Star Game, which will be played on Wednesday, Jan. 24, in Dallas (8 p.m. ET, VERSUS, CBC, RDS, NASN, NHL Radio). To date, more than 6.5 million votes have been cast in the first 12 days of the all-digital voting program, surpassing total voting results in the entire 2003-04 voting period by approximately 10 percent.
Fans can vote for six Eastern Conference All-Stars and six Western Conference All-Stars: three forwards, two defensemen and one goaltender for each team. If a player is not listed on the ballot, a space is provided for write-in votes. The three forwards, two defensemen and one goaltender from each Conference receiving the most votes will comprise the starting lineups. Each of the 30 NHL Clubs has at least two representatives on the ballot.
The leading vote-getters by position are forwards Crosby, his Penguins teammate Evgeni Malkin (156,469) and Alex Ovechkin of the Washington Capitals (112,501); defensemen Bryan McCabe of the Buffalo Sabres (174,205) and Bouwmeester of the Florida Panthers (132,570); and Penguins goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury (138,151).
Last edited by fluff; 12-03-2006 at 10:36 PM.
12-04-2006, 06:38 PM #113
Yoffy lifts a finger...
I finally found the latest voting results on the NHL site.
Sidney Crosby, Pittsburgh, 247,854; Evgeni Malkin, Pittsburgh, 156,469; Alex Ovechkin, Washington, 112,501; Daniel Briere, Buffalo, 110,913; Maxim Afinogenov, Buffalo, 105,737; Erik Cole, Carolina, 103,566; Chris Drury, Buffalo, 86,819; Jaromir Jagr, NY Rangers, 85,637; Marian Hossa, Atlanta, 48,150; Ilya Kovalchuk, Atlanta, 45,453; Brendan Shanahan, NY Rangers, 43,237; Mats Sundin, Toronto, 39,433; x-Tomas Vanek, Buffalo, 39,355; Rod Brind'Amour, Carolina, 38,551; Eric Staal, Carolina, 37,742; Peter Forsberg, Philadelphia, 32,574.
Saku Koivu, Montreal, 26,167; Dany Heatley, Ottawa, 22,375; Vincent Lecavalier, Tampa Bay, 20,560; Martin St. Louis, Tampa Bay, 19,365; Jason Spezza, Ottawa, 18,529; Daniel Alfredsson, Ottawa, 16,736; Patrice Bergeron, Boston, 15,689; Patrik Elias, New Jersey, 15,263; Simon Gagne, Philadelphia, 13,498; x-Darcy Tucker, Toronto, 13,306; Brian Gionta, New Jersey, 11,762; Scott Gomez, New Jersey, 11,735; Miroslav Satan, NY Islanders, 10,463; Olli Jokinen, Florida, 10,296; Brad Richards, Tampa Bay, 9,618; Michael Nylander, NY Rangers, 8,938.
Marc-Andre Fleury, Pittsburgh, 138,151; Ryan Miller, Buffalo, 123,224; Martin Brodeur, New Jersey, 111,389; Andrew Raycroft, Toronto, 35,255; Cam Ward, Carolina, 33,430; Kari Lehtonen, Atlanta, 24,545; Henrik Lundqvist, NY Rangers, 23,190; Olaf Kolzig, Washington, 19,369.
Bryan McCabe, Toronto, 174,205; Jay Bouwmeester, Florida, 132,570; Brian Campbell, Buffalo, 118,406; Zdeno Chara, Boston, 110,416; Tomas Kaberle, Toronto, 105,137; Henrik Tallinder, Buffalo, 92,131; Sheldon Souray, Montreal, 84,503; Brian Rafalski, New Jersey, 59,330; Wade Redden, Ottawa, 56,723; Alexei Zhitnik, NY Islanders, 33,736; Dan Boyle, Tampa Bay, 28,525; Chris Phillips, Ottawa, 21,405.
Joe Sakic, Colorado, 184,017; Martin Havlat, Chicago, 136,801; Brenden Morrow, Dallas, 131,107; Joe Thornton, San Jose, 116,130; Jarome Iginla, Calgary, 99,448; Jonathan Cheechoo, San Jose, 69,041; Teemu Selanne, Anaheim, 62,006; Mike Modano, Dallas, 57,959; Ryan Smyth, Edmonton, 54,091; Markus Naslund, Vancouver, 48,669; Paul Kariya, Nashville, 48,208; Petr Sykora, Edmonton, 40,335; Patrick Marleau, San Jose, 39,020; Henrik Sedin, Vancouver, 38,918; Daniel Sedin, Vancouver, 38,514.
Pavel Datsyuk, Detroit, 38,259; Marian Gaborik, Minnesota, 36,351; Ales Hemsky, Edmonton, 35,093; Brian Rolston, Minnesota, 32,760; Henrik Zetterberg, Detroit, 31,460; Rick Nash, Columbus, 29,005; Pavol Demitra, Minnesota, 23,755; Andy McDonald, Anaheim, 22,135; Milan Hejduk, Colorado, 21,014; Steve Sullivan, Nashville, 20,585; Doug Weight, St. Louis, 19,086; Keith Tkachuk, St. Louis, 16,605; Shane Doan, Phoenix, 13,058; Ladislav Nagy, Phoenix, 12,575; Nikolai Zherdev, Columbus, 9,613.
Marty Turco, Dallas, 158,417; Miikka Kiprusoff, Calgary, 91,320; Roberto Luongo, Vancouver, 67,655; Jean-Sebastien Giguere, Anaheim, 60,336; Dwayne Roloson, Edmonton, 53,365; Manny Fernandez, Minnesota, 29,330; Thomas Vokoun, Nashville, 25,390; Nikolai Khabibulin, Chicago, 22,736.
Scott Niedermayer, Anaheim, 233,522; Nicklas Lidstrom, Detroit, 214,789; Chris Pronger, Anaheim, 134,185; Dion Phaneuf, Calgary, 110,544; Sergei Zubov, Dallas, 59,269; Rob Blake, Los Angeles, 51,584; Mattias Ohlund, Vancouver, 43,340; John-Michael Liles, Colorado, 38,146; Scott Hannan, San Jose, 34,867; Robyn Regehr, Calgary, 34,552; Lubomir Visnovsky, Los Angeles, 31,664.
12-04-2006, 06:51 PM #114
Very surprised that Marc-Andre Fleury has the most votes for the goaltenders since Pittsburgh isn't doing that well in the standings. Maybe Ryan Miller and Martin Brodeur will be able to pass him. Glad to see that Eric Cole is playing again and is getting a fair amount of votes.
12-04-2006, 11:49 PM #115
World Junior Selection camp invitees have been announced! I love the World Junior tournament so I'm already excited!!
* denote returning player
12-05-2006, 06:26 PM #116
Drummer / Model
These numbers baffle me, no way should Fleury be that high. And, Kolzig? Who the hell is voting for him?
Originally Posted by fluff;2166946;
12-05-2006, 06:32 PM #117
Yoffy lifts a finger...
Updated voting figures for the Eastern conference.
Player NHL Club Votes
Sidney Crosby Pittsburgh 401,365
Evgeni Malkin ; Pittsburgh 217,146
Daniel Briere ; Buffalo 214,295
Alexander Ovechkin ; Washington 203,138
Maxim Afinogenov ; Buffalo 200,776
Chris Drury ; Buffalo 156,788
Jaromir Jagr ; NY Rangers 151,576
Erik Cole ; Carolina 141,551
Ilya Kovalchuk ; Atlanta 97,011
*Thomas Vanek ; Buffalo 92,103
Marian Hossa ; Atlanta 88,554
Eric Staal ; Carolina 81,449
Rod Brind'Amour ; Carolina 79,796
Mats Sundin ; Toronto 78,574
Brendan Shanahan ; NY Rangers 77,962
Saku Koivu ; Montreal 77,068
Peter Forsberg ; Philadelphia 68,141
Dany Heatley ; Ottawa 43,709
Vincent Lecavalier ; Tampa Bay 38,682
Martin St. Louis ; Tampa Bay 35,534
Daniel Alfredsson ; Ottawa 33,623
Patrice Bergeron Boston 31,780
Jason Spezza Ottawa 30,566
Olli Jokinen ; Florida 27,302
*Marco Sturm ; Boston 26,772
Simon Gagne Philadelphia 25,611
Patrik Elias ; New Jersey 25,573
*Darcy Tucker ; Toronto 23,271
Brian Gionta ; New Jersey 20,287
Scott Gomez ; New Jersey 19,701
Miroslav Satan ; NY Islanders 19,639
Michael Nylander ; NY Rangers 17,881
*Chris Neil ; Ottawa 16,720
Brad Richards ; Tampa Bay 16,303
Ryan Miller ; Buffalo 253,024
Marc-Andre Fleury ; Pittsburgh 208,492
Martin Brodeur ; New Jersey 185,679
Cam Ward ; Carolina 57,826
Andrew Raycroft ; Toronto 57,677
Kari Lehtonen ; Atlanta 57,482
Henrik Lundqvist ; NY Rangers 52,035
*Cristobal Huet ; Montreal 51,363
Olaf Kolzig ; Washington 40,370
Bryan McCabe ; Toronto 245,976
Brian Campbell ; Buffalo 242,852
Zdeno Chara ; Boston 205,981
Jay Bouwmeester ; Florida 203,581
Henrik Tallinder ; Buffalo 202,637
Tomas Kaberle ; Toronto 194,850
Sheldon Souray ; Montreal 190,516
Wade Redden Ottawa 116,108
Brian Rafalski ; New Jersey 96,009
Dan Boyle Tampa Bay 78,211
Alexei Zhitnik ; NY Islanders 62,235
Chris Phillips ; Ottawa 41,847
I need to get voting so I can see Jay play alongside Brian Campbell.
Last edited by fluff; 12-05-2006 at 06:35 PM.
12-05-2006, 07:51 PM #118
Ryan Miller deserves to be the top vote getter among goaltenders.
Originally Posted by fluff;2168078;
12-06-2006, 12:47 AM #119
I have a silly question, is it only the top X votegetters that make it onto the allstar team. As in 3 forwards, 2 defence and 1 goalie for each conference?
If so, I'm going to have to keep voting.
12-06-2006, 07:31 AM #120
Yoffy lifts a finger...
I believe so, ca.
I think the GM's get to vote other players in as well, but it's only the top 3,2,1 that get in on fan votes as far as I know.
If nothing else I hope there are enough votes for someone to bump Mccabe out of the line-up...as long as it isn't Kaberle of course.
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