Sidney Crosby tops All-Star voting
Cross Checks: Let's Pick Teams
Pierre LeBrun, left, and Scott Burnside take turns picking their All-Star teams, the same way the players will choose sides for this year's game. Blog
NEW YORK -- Sidney Crosby is the top vote-getter for the NHL All-Star Game.
The rest of the 42 All-Stars will be revealed on Jan. 11. They will nominate captains and alternates, who will then choose teams in a draft on Jan. 28.
The All-Star game is Jan. 30 in Raleigh, N.C.
Crosby received 635,509 total votes, Toews got 407,676 and Malkin received 376,887.
Pittsburgh's Letang, a write-in candidate, was the top defenseman with 477,960 votes. Fleury led goalies with 426,305.
Copyright 2011 by The Associated Press
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